Jennifer Allen

International News Digest

October 2009

A “New” Mona Lisa Theory; Trouble Broils over Peru’s “Memory Museum”; Denmark Faces Crisis in Arts Funding; Do Internet Users Consume More Culture?… READ ON

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International News Digest

October 2009

Van der Heide to Direct Kunstverein München; Peter Weibel Awarded European Culture Prize; Fischli & Weiss Win Wolfgang Hahn Prize; Baselitz Honored; Update on the “Affaire Mitterrand”; Majority Wants Mitterrand to Stay; Académie des … READ ON

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International News Digest

October 2009

Right and Left, Calls for French Culture Minister’s Resignation; Pierre Bergé Received Death Threats over Chinese Bronzes; Citing Health Reasons, Ai Weiwei Cancels Appearance; Bridget Riley Honored; Something Rotten in Denmark?… READ ON

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International News Digest

September 2009

Documenta Directors Meet in Turin; Kippi’s Paris Bar for Sale; Artists Draw Khodorkovsky Trial; Good-bye to the Blockbuster, Hello to the Permanent Collection; Spread of Street Festivals: the Antidote to “Elitist” Contemporary Art; … READ ON

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International News Digest

September 2009

Ai Weiwei Hospitalized in Munich; Sigmar Polke Painting Goes Missing; Swine Flu as Sculpture; Lecturing the Pompidou? … READ ON

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International News Digest

September 2009

Shirin Neshat Wins Best Director at Venice; Pipilotti Rist’s Pepperminta Debuts; Ten Cultural Projects for France, Including a Pompidou on Wheels; Arts Council Seeks Assessors… READ ON

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International News Digest

September 2009

Free Museums in Spain?; “Super” Art in Berlin; Furor over Israel Exhibition; Koolhaas Defends Beijing Tower; Hirst vs. Cartrain; Art for Public Buildings in Estonia?… READ ON

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International News Digest

September 2009

Stoschek Collection to Leave Düsseldorf?; Berlin Mayor Supports Kunsthalle; Bristol Decides Between Art and Vandalism; Picasso Museum: Not Coming to Museum Near You; Swedish Student Artwork Judged; Question over Appel Paintings; Scientist … READ ON

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International News Digest

August 2009

Artists Occupy Hamburg Buildings; Interpol Puts Database of Stolen Art Online; Market for Fake Art; Art Competition or Historical Revision in Poland?… READ ON

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International News Digest

August 2009

A Second Auction for Yves Saint Laurent; Disputes over Professorship in Leipzig; Former HK MoCA Director Leaves Debt; French Artist Sentenced in Hong Kong… READ ON

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