Culture Clicks: Weekly Art News Roundup

13Jan10

Works by Mark Rothko at MOCA, part of the exhibition “Collection: MOCA’s First Thirty Years.” Image via The New York Times.

A New Boss and a Jolt of Real World Expertise: Jeffrey Deitch (NY Times)

Artists Miffed Over Rothschild Foundation’s Missing Grant Money (NY Times)

For China’s Western Expatriates, Creative Lives of Plenty (NY Times)

Drawing Distinctions:  Rembrandt at the Getty (WSJ)

Director of Getty Museum to Step Down (WSJ)

Deitch’s Contract Has Safeguards Against Conflict of Interest (LA Times)

West Hollywood Antiques Dealer Acused of Selling Fake Picasso (LA Times)

U.K. Art Spending to Stay Depressed for Two Year, Charity Says (Bloomberg)

Deitch, Broadly Speaking (ARTINFO)

Louvre Remains Attendance Champion (ARTINFO)

Scene & Heard:  Art World Happenings (ARTFORUM)

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