Culture Clicks: Weekly Art News Roundup


''Les Choristes,'' a pastel by Edgar Degas, was stolen from the Musee Cantini in Marseille between Dec. 30 and Dec. 31 in a series of heists in the South of France.

Depending on the Culture of Strangers:  Holland Cotter Reviews Past Decade (NY Times)

Make Room for Video, Performance and Paint:  Roberta Smith Reviews Last Decade (NY Times)

Small Museum Captures a Rare Chagall Featuring Nazi Figure and Christ (NY Times)

Thanks to Love and Money:  From the Private Collections of Texas (NY Times)

Art Thieves Grab $1.15 Million Degas as Heists Spread (Bloomberg)

Koons, Hirst Prices Drop 50%; May Take Next Decade to Recover (Bloomberg)

Faces to Watch in 2010:  Art (LA Times)

Kenneth Noland, Known for Color-field paintings, is dead at 85 (LA Times)

New Computer Program May Spot Art Forgeries (ARTINFO)

Smithsonian Enjoyed Massive Attendance Numbers in 2009 (ARTINFO)

Scene & Heard International Art Party Pics (ARTFORUM)

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