Culture Clicks: Weekly Art News Roundup


Giacometti's "Walking Man I" sold for $104.3 million at Sotheby's in London last week

Iron Checkbook Shapes Cultural Los Angeles (NY Times)

From Instant Thrill of Polaroid, Enduring Art, Now for Sale (NY Times)

Alexander McQueen, Designer, is Dead at 40 (NY Times)

Giacometti Record and Other Bright Spots for the Art Market (WSJ)

Renoir as Closet Modernist at LACMA (WSJ)

Fight for Doig, Fontana Boosts $84.5 Million Sotheby’s Auction (Bloomberg)

Controversial Auction Sells Warhols From Polaroid’s Collection (Bloomberg)

MOCA Announces More the 50 Acquisitions for 2009 (LA Times)

Art Review:  “Rachel Whiteread Drawings” at Hammer (LA Times)

De Kooning, Klein Catch Fire at Sotheby’s (ARTINFO)

In New York:  Opening this Week (ARTINFO)

Lloyd Wise Around Art Los Angeles Contemporary (ARTFORUM)

One Response to “Culture Clicks: Weekly Art News Roundup”

  1. Practically all those shots were photoshopped ( badly ) and not just lleevs etc. I wonder how legal that is when selling something.By photoshopped I mean the most-obvious are the internal shots which have poorly manipulated window views.

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