Jennifer Allen

International News Digest

October 2010

Judge Sides with Beuys Estate in Landmark Ruling; Larry Clark “Shocked” Over Exhibition Restriction; Takashi Murakami on Versailles Criticism; Problems in Prague; Moscow Accepts Critical Work in Louvre Exhibition; Carolyn Christov-Bakargiev… READ ON

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International News Digest

September 2010

Russian Painters Threaten to Boycott Louvre; Controversy at São Paulo Bienal; Olafur Eliasson Wins Quadriga Prize; Numbers Spell Success for MAXXI… READ ON

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International News Digest

September 2010

Larry Clark Rated-X; Schöllhammer Heads to Viennafair; Schulze Wins Prize at Cologne Fine Art and Antiquities Fair; Giacometti Auction Sale to Help Museums; Italy’s Cultural Minister Criticizes Tarantino.… READ ON

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International News Digest

September 2010

Joseph Beuys: Legacy and Litigation; Prince Claus Awards Announced; Cultural Capitals and Capital Woes; Hendrix and Handel… READ ON

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International News Digest

September 2010

Neo Rauch Donates Works; New Museum for Mestre; Pinault Popular in Venice; Kahlo and Rivera’s New Face; Larry Gagosian’s Collection in Abu Dhabi… READ ON

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International News Digest

August 2010

Resistance to Murakami at Versailles; Gagosian in Paris; Who Chewed the Gum?; Rem Koolhaas’s Plans for Venice.… READ ON

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International News Digest

August 2010

After Schlingensief’s Death, Questions about the German Pavilion; Trouble at Germany’s Istanbul Academy; FIAC Celebrates Record Number of Applicants; Bob Dylan at the Statens Museum… READ ON

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International News Digest

August 2010

Visitor Records at German and Italian Museums; Stolen Polke Works Found; Prizes for Walther and Ullman.… READ ON

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International News Digest

August 2010

France’s “Cols Rouges” Under Investigation; Is the Internet Better for Art Information than for Art Market?; Photography, Fine Art, and Popular Practice… READ ON

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International News Digest

August 2010

LOOKING INTO THE STENDHAL SYNDROME  Does the Stendhal syndrome really exist? As Der Standard reports, Italian researchers want to take a closer look at the syndrome named after the French writer Stendhal who swooned after seeing too much … READ ON

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