Jennifer Allen

Jeu de Paume, “Art-sharing,” Yoko Ono, and More

October 2002

This week, European papers cover the threat to Jeu de Paume, collective acquisitions of artworks, Yoko Ono's new peace prize, and a variety of new exhibitions.… READ ON

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News from Rome; Architecture Overview

October 2002

This week in the European papers: Rome's new spaces for contemporary art, the battle over Italian heritage, and a roundup of writing on architecture.… READ ON

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New Cultural Minister for Germany; Architecture and Design

October 2002

This week in the European papers: opinions on Christina Weiss, Germany's new culture minister, and a roundup on architecture and design.… READ ON

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New Belgian Art Center, Baltic Triennial, and More

October 2002

In this week's European papers: a new contemporary art center for Belgium, a Triennial with a history, and the German art councillor resigns.… READ ON

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Dercon Goes To Munich; The Stedelijk's Woes

September 2002

DERCON HEADS FOR HAUS DER KUNST: Chris Dercon is leaving his position as the artistic director of the Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen in Rotterdam to head the Haus der Kunst in Munich. The forty-four-year-old Belgian, who has been at Boijmans… READ ON

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Udo Kittelmann, Palais de Tokyo, and Louise Bourgeois

September 2002

In the European newspapers: praise for Kittelmann's first exhibition at MMK, inquiry into the Palais de Tokyo's “Art and Squats,” and a chat with Louise Bourgeois.… READ ON

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Munich's New Museum, Andreas Gursky, and More

September 2002

European papers report on a major new museum in Munich, a residency in Toulouse, Andreas Gursky's campaign poster, and contemporary galleries affected by Eastern European floods.… READ ON

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The Moderna Museet, Documenta Ends, 9/11 Memorials and More

September 2002

This week, European papers visit the Moderna Museet, sum up Documenta 11, note Edinburgh's plans for a Guggenheim, and interview Peter Eisenman on 9/11 memorials.… READ ON

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Portikus, the Smithsonian, the Johannesburg Summit, and more

September 2002

This week European papers look at new and old ideas for Frankfurt's Portikus and Berlin's Kulturforum; funding strategies at the Smithsonian in Washington, DC; and culture's role at the Summit for Sustainable Development in Johannesburg.… READ ON

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Damage in Dresden, Eduardo Chillida, and Palais de Tokyo

August 2002

This week European papers take stock of the flood damage, pay tribute to Basque sculptor Eduardo Chillida, and look over some unfulfilled plans for the Palais de Tokyo building.… READ ON

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