Jennifer Allen

International News Digest

December 2009

REVIEWING THE NOUGHTIES  Die Welt’s Tim Ackermann takes a look at the past decade, which he argues was better for art than for art criticism. While contemporary art teetered between “boom” and “bling,” art criticism began to show… READ ON

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International News Digest

December 2009

Art at Copenhagen Talks; Trading Modernity for History in Warsaw?; Contemporary Art at the Hermitage; Algerian Artist Kicked Out of Alexandria Biennial; Pregnant Saint Petersburgers Flock to Exhibitions… READ ON

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International News Digest

December 2009

Iranian Artist Arrested; Litz to Head Documenta 13 Projects; Can Google Post Images?; “Art of Two Germanys” AICA’s Top Show; French Strike Update; Human Rights Exhibition Partially Dismantled… READ ON

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International News Digest

December 2009

Pompidou Curators Side with Striking Workers; Cultural Figures Protest Swiss Referendum; Latvian Cultural Minister Under Fire… READ ON

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International News Digest

November 2009

More Details on the “Papal Pavilion” at Venice; Bye-Bye Dubai; Update on Pompidou Strike; Berlin Gallery Weekend and Art Cologne Lists … READ ON

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International News Digest

November 2009

Pope Invites Artists for Papal Blessing; French Courts Block Sale of Press-Edition Photos; Prague’s New Museum; ZKM Head Takes on Kunsthalle Düsseldorf; “Fake” Beuys to be Dismantled; Taschen’s Helmut Newton Book Temporarily Shelved;… READ ON

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International News Digest

November 2009

Hamburg’s Artists Making Gains—and Resisting City Marketing; Vladimir Poutine Embraces Street Art; Bamako Biennial Honors African Photographers; Orozco’s “Skeleton Sculpture” Comes to New York; Paris’s 104 Looks for a New Director;… READ ON

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International News Digest

November 2009

Berlin’s East Gallery Reopens; Old Masters in Public Spaces; Curators, Dealers, and Artists—from Larry Gagosian to Matthew Barney—Sign Beuys Petition; Another Struggle over Photographs of Beuys Performances… READ ON

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International News Digest

November 2009

Sâadane Afif Wins Marcel Duchamp Prize; Ida Tursic and Wilfried Mille Win Ricard Foundation Prize; Artist Hides Gold; Sigmar Polke Wins Swiss Prize; Pierre Bergé Creates Endowment to Fight AIDS; Kippenberger's Paris Bar Painting: Not Exactly… READ ON

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International News Digest

October 2009

Bergman Property to Become Artist Center?; French Antiquarians Versus Auction Houses; “General Strike” at Vienna Academy; Dutch Museum Loses Collection to Creditors; Hamburg Artist Protest Impacts City Planners… READ ON

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