Jennifer Allen

Security System for Philipsz at Münster; Eliasson Prepares for SF MoMA; Daniel Richter Hits the Streets; Julius Koller (1939–2007)

August 2007

Skulptur Projekte Münster Installs Security System to Protect Susan Philipsz Work; Holger Liebs Speaks with Olafur Eliasson About his Upcoming Survey at SF MoMA; Daniel Richter Takes a Stab at Street Portraiture; Julius Koller (1939–2007)… READ ON

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Cindy Sherman

August 2007

Does Cindy Sherman’s photographic oeuvre stand the test of time? Yes and no. This retrospective—superbly organized by the Jeu de Paume in Paris—has a great deal to offer, with individual works and series from 1975 to 2004: the early … READ ON

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Münster Reports High Visitor Rates; Documenta's Mini-Marathon; Dumas Takes Düsseldorf Prize; Roma Pavilion at Venice; World Records for Photo and Graffito

August 2007

Münster Reports 350,000 Visitors at Halfway Mark; Arno Widdman Disappointed with Documenta 12 Marathon; Marlene Dumas Takes Home the Düsseldorf Art Prize; Roma Pavilion at Venice Biennale; Guinness World Records Announces World's Largest … READ ON

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Tour Groups Take Documenta to Court; Documenta Reports High Attendance; New Museum Outside Athens; Tel Aviv as EU Cultural Capital?

August 2007

Commercial Travel Group Studiosus Files Official Complaint Against Documenta's Business Strategies; Documenta 12 Reports 330,000 Visitors at Halfway Point; Goulandris Foundation Plans New Modern Art Museum Outside Athens; Against Odds, Tel … READ ON

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Münster Sculpture Lost and Found; Damaged Twombly May Head to US; Tunick has Plans for Swiss Glacier; Buren in California; Christo and Jeanne-Claude in UAE

July 2007

Michael Asher's Trailer Stolen from Skulptur Projekte Münster; Cy Twombly Painting Damaged by a Kiss May Head to US for Repairs; Spencer Tunick Plans Nude Portrait on Swiss Glacier to Highlight Impact of Global Warming; Daniel Buren Plans … READ ON

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Secession Adds Hotel; What Is a “Presentist”?; HRW Appeals to Guggenheim and Louvre; Interview with Beecroft

July 2007

Vienna's Secession to Host Hotel Project by Tatzu Nishi; Le Monde's Harry Bellet and Emmanuel de Roux Consider “Insider Trading” in the Art Market; Human Rights Watch Appeals to the Guggenheim and the Louvre to Ensure Workers' Rights in… READ ON

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Gay Exhibition Canceled in Milan; Marx Collection to Neue Nationalgalerie; Renovations for Pompidou Fountain; New Direction at Nitsch Museum; Vo Wins blauOrange; Sassen Wins Prix de Rome; Hockney Defends Smoking

July 2007

Exhibition of Gay Art Canceled at Milan's Palazzo della Ragione; Erich Marx's Collection Heads to Neue Nationalgalerie; Fountain at the Centre Pompidou May Undergo Renovations; Directors Change at Austria's Hermann Nitsch Museum; Danh Vo Wins… READ ON

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Free Museums in France?; Abu Dhabi Agency Trouble; Spain's Museum Boom; Wyss Says Good-bye to Criticism; Hopper at Serpentine; Lacroix at Arles; Paris Hilton as Art

July 2007

France Weighs Costs and Benefits of Free Museums; Agency in Charge of Opening of Abu Dhabi Louvre Loses Leader; Critics Consider Negative Effects of Spain's Museum Boom; Beat Wyss Declares Death of Art Theory; Dennis Hopper at the Serpentine;… READ ON

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Good reviews for Münster; Ai Work Falls; Dispute over Documenta Giraffe; Dutch Museums Use eBay; Ile Seguin’s Future; La Pinacothèque Opens; Goldberg Gets Cartier-Bresson Prize; a Show for Manson

July 2007

Skulptur Projekte Münster Gets Some Good Reviews; Ai Weiwei’s Template Toppled in Storm; Ayse Erkmen Claims Peter Friedl’s Giraffe as Her Own; Dutch Instituut Collectie Nederland to Sell Work on eBay; the Parisian Island of Ile Seguin … READ ON

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Critics Weigh In on Documenta 12 and Art Basel; Ferran Adrià's Role in Documenta 12

June 2007

CRITICS WEIGH IN ON DOCUMENTA 12  The first reviews of Documenta 12 are trickling in. Writing in the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, Michael Hierholzer picks his most memorable moments: Harun Farocki's Deep Play, a twelve-screen analysis of… READ ON

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