Art Newspaper, Vol. XXII, No. 251, November 2013

Art Newspaper, Vol. XXII, No. 251, November 2013
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Publication Date Nov 2013
Description News US recluse gives £20m to London college Free The School of Oriental and African Studies aims to train the future cultural leaders of Southeast Asia Bacon estate says lover’s brother sold fakes New details emerge in British courts about disputed drawings that first emerged in Italy Chinese artist (and AbEx copier) has some CV Starchitect’s Swiss hitch Warhol or not? It’s a numbers game Free Do you own one of the 35 works on our list that were once deemed to be not by Warhol Philly schools art sale halted But questions remain about the value and condition of works that once hung in the city’s public schools Church’s great art sell-off continues Valuable paintings and artefacts owned by Anglican churches are being disposed of on a regular basis—and the rules are not always being followed Cash in the belfry: what the churches sold How long can street art last? Landmark legal battle over New York’s 5Pointz graffiti complex could set precedent for protecting works Dealer’s sister arrested Court to rule on art as Holocaust compensation Bloomberg out, arts funding in doubt The mayor of New York spent $3bn on cultural projects, but his successor may not be as generous US recluse gives £20m to London college The School of Oriental and African Studies aims to train the future cultural leaders of Southeast Asia Heirs reject provenance project Jewish dealer Alfred Flechtheim’s relatives say participating museums are not dealing satisfactorily with restitution claims Digital access to Italian banks’ art Calatrava ‘thrilled’ with major Vatican show Free An exhibition of the Spanish architect follows the Holy See's first pavilion at this year’s Venice Biennale Art dealer cleared of smuggling antiquities French artist guilty of breaching copyright Netherlands returns 16th-century icons to Cyprus Retail giant recruits top talent for new art space in Paris Contemporary art savaged by culture boss Russian minister Vladimir Medinsky criticises work in Moscow Biennale as “incomprehensible” Pussy Riot supporter fired by university The stories that matter—at a glance Little man with huge potential Free Ancient figure could provide clue to the development of writing Tracing the history of Le Corbusier’s Indian furniture—backwards Solid start to Shanghai show New biennial takes over post-industrial zone Prizes In the frame TopTOP Art Market London market is pushed to its limits During an intense season of fairs, satellites, auctions and gallery shows, buyers found it difficult to focus Art market still down Shows they can’t sell Free Why some commercial galleries think it’s worth putting on exhibitions of borrowed work Christie’s makes a bid for the holiday market Bonhams spots theft from caliphs’ tomb London expert alerts Egyptian authorities In the Trade In the Trade Guide to top Brazilian artists angers dealers Free Three galleries represent more than half of the artists in the book Artists in ABC, Contemporary Brazilian Art Disaster coverrises after Sandy Premiums have risen by up to 20%, with contingency planning now a requirement US pursues coin smuggling case One Creed, two prices Decorative works sell out New record for Norman Lewis A good time to be young Youthful collectors, and even younger artists, took the lead during the Frieze week auctions Post-war and contemporary results Big works, small prices Christie’s auction of Saatchi’s works disappoints, despite records for some artists Boyle Family of artists gets gallery Free Reclusive group that has existed in bohemian vacuum is now taking commissions Viva Italia! Record auction results prove there is a voracious appetite for post-war Italian art A golden moment for Melotti Free Renewed international interest in the work of the Italian sculptor In love with Paris again? An increased number of foreign visitors to the 40th edition of Fiac reflects the city’s possible re-emergence as an art market centre More Hopi masks on the block in Paris Runnqvist works do well at auction French cut import taxes Low noise, high quality It might not be May, but there is still a lot of serious market activity going on during the October season Fine art auction results Bowls don’t get much better than this Buyer’s big plans for the Buddha Christie’s rolls out red carpet for Shanghai Auction house puts on the ritz for its first sale on the mainland, but event had more style than substance Round-up Picture story Sotheby’s plays catch-up More overseas galleries means Artissima grows The fair fights the economic climate with a wide programme of events in Turin International fairs Surfacing on the market Auctions Make a plan and make it now
ISSN 09606556
Quantity 1
Format Newspaper
Publisher Umberto Allemandi & Co.
Month November 2013
Language English
Publication Art Newspaper, The

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