Posts Tagged ‘MoMa’

The Los Angeles Times‘ Jori Finkel reported that Jeffrey Deitch’s first show at MOCA will be, “Dennis Hopper Double Standard,” curated by Julian Schnabel, opening on July 11, 2010.  Deitch officially starts his new post as museum director on June 1st and the exhibition is being organized with faster than average speed, due in part […]


Gabriel Orozco’s Whale of a Return to MoMa (NY Times) A Beating Heart of Social Import at the Studio Museum in Harlem (NY Times) Book Review:  John Singer Sargent’s Model Children (NY Times) “American Stories” at the MET:  A Roundup of Iconic Images (WSJ) Sotheby’s, Christie’s Contemporary Art Sales Total Drops 75% (Bloomberg) Glenn Ligon […]


Miami Fair:  Big Pieces, Smaller Prices and Relief (NY Times) Tweaking the Big Money Art World on Its Own Turf:  William Powhida (NY Times) A Rembrandt Identity Crisis at the Getty (NY Times) Peter Zumthor, Michael Govan Plot LACMA’s Future (LA Times) The Worlds of David Hockney (LA Times) Sizzle Sans Steak and other New […]


At MoMa, ‘Permanent’ Learns to Be Flexible (NY Times) Prints that Shine Anew:  Cassavetes, Bergmann, and More at MoMa (NY Times) Banks Hoard Troves of Art (NY Times) John Singer Sargent’s Sea Fever at the Corcoran Gallery of Art (WSJ) Timothy Corrigan Says it’s a Great Time for Wallpaper (WSJ) Kinky Dolls, Glass Tears Adorn […]


‘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 […]



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