Jennifer Allen

International News Digest

November 2010

Bank of Ireland Sells Off Collection; Monet Exhibition Opened Twenty-Four Hours; Controversial Show on Gaza Reopens in Paris; Exhibition Attacked in Austria… READ ON

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International News Digest

November 2010

Rome Gets Ready for New MACRO; Berlusconi Adds Penis to Mars; Criticism of Dutch Culture Cuts; Bulgarian Town Petitions for Removal from UNESCO’s World Heritage List; UNESCO Recognizes Catalan Human Pyramids… READ ON

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International News Digest

November 2010

Klara Lidén Wins Blauorange Prize; Haubrok Foundation Loans Works to Berlin’s Nationalgalerie; Basquiat Painting Damaged; Louvre Seeks Donations Online… READ ON

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International News Digest

November 2010

Italy to Close Museums in Protest; Ai Weiwei’s House Arrest Ends; Santiago Sierra Turns Down Prize; Austrian Culture Budget Frozen for 2011.… READ ON

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International News Digest

November 2010

Berlin’s Kunsthalle Project Revived; Anish Kapoor Chosen for “Monumenta” in Grand Palais; Wildenstein Investigation; Qatar Shows Interest in Christie’s… READ ON

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International News Digest

October 2010

Details on the Next Venice Biennale; German Pavilion at Venice Biennale to “Thematize” Late Schlingensief; Cyprien Gaillard Wins Marcel Duchamp Prize; Two Winners for Ricard Prize; Pompidou Coins?… READ ON

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International News Digest

October 2010

Association Calls for “Ban” on Larry Clark Retrospective; Clark Works Removed from Exhibition; Legal Action Against Murakami Show; Works with Israeli Flag Removed from Exhibition; Police End Acropolis Blockade… READ ON

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Married Life

Art Forum Berlin and Art Berlin Contemporary

October 2010 BERLIN

LAST WEEK, Art Forum Berlin (AFB) and Art Berlin Contemporary (ABC) decided to try cohabitation—but at a distance. AFB took up its traditional space in the Palais am Funkturm, albeit about twenty galleries lighter this year, with 110 stands.… READ ON

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International News Digest

October 2010

Moscow Curators Lose Appeal; Kiesler Prize for Heimo Zobernig; Berlusconi Coming Clean––or Going Down the Drain; Green Light for German Arts Academy in Istanbul; Strong European Presence at Morocco’s First Art Fair… READ ON

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Twist and Lieshout

The fifteenth anniversary of Atelier van Lieshout

October 2010 ROTTERDAM

TALK ABOUT UNDERWORLD MEETS UNDERWATER. Atelier Van Lieshout’s “Infernopolis” was recently organized by the Boijmans van Beuningen museum inside the cavernous halls of the Submarine Wharf in the Rotterdam harbor. The industrial … READ ON

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