Posts Tagged ‘London’

Whitney 75th Biennial Declared Women’s Biennial (NY Times) Design for New American Embassy in London Criticized (NY Times) In Vancouver, an Artwork With Its Own Barkeeps (NY Times) Art Review:  Mercedes Matter at the Weisman Museum (LA Times) Art Review:  Chris Barnard at Sam Lee Gallery (LA Times) Swann’s African-American Art Auction Soars (ARTINFO) New […]


Nancy Spero, Artist of Feminism, is Dead at 83 (NY Times) Artists Salute Undersung Multitasker:  Ron Warren (NY Times) David Hockney’s Long Road Home (NY Times) Signs of Life in London’s Art Market (WSJ) Sun King’s Ego, Lust Are Celebrated in Versailles Exhibit (Bloomberg) Dutch Financier to Auction $40 Million Paintings:  Art Buzz (Bloomberg) Art […]


At Louvre Many Stop to Snap but Few Stay to Focus (NY Times) For Annie Leibovitz, a Funny Financial Picture (NY Times) Auction Houses and Their Taboos (NY Times) Summer Reading:  Secrets of the Art Experts (WSJ) Whose Art Is It Anyway? (WSJ) D’Orsay Comes to De Young (ARTINFO) Robert Fontenot on Recycling LACMA (ARTINFO) […]


‘Futurism’ at Tate Modern: The Futurists’ Futile Chase After Motion (NY Times) In Venice, Peter Greenaway Takes Veronese’s Figures Out to Play (NY Times) This Summer, Some Galleries Are Sweating Their Survival (NY Times) ‘Your Bright Future’ at LACMA (LA Times) Christie’s Resumes Cutting Jobs After May N.Y. Auctions Decline (Bloomberg) Judge Slams MoMA, Guggenheim […]


By Emily Waldorf If you happen to be in London for the Frieze Art Fair, you should schedule a visit to The National Portrait Gallery’s concurrent exhibition: Annie Leibovitz:  A Photographers Life 1990-2005.  Organized by the Brooklyn Museum, the exhibition features over 150 of Leibovitz’ photographs, including her well-known images of celebrities, politicians, and the […]



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