30 SOMETHIN' by Charlie Finch

Bridging the gap between the baby boomers and the new digital generation.

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Summer Reading OF ARTISTS, CURATORS AND CRITICS by Hunter Drohojowska-Philp

A new Sam Francis catalogue raisonne, a biography of Peter Selz, and essays by Peter Clothier.

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Terracotta Warriors DEFENDERS OF CHINA'S FIRST EMPEROR by N.F. Karlins

From the tomb complex of the first emperor of China, a squad of life-sized terracotta warriors at Discovery Times Square.

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Michael Goedhuis DEBUTING CHINESE INK PAINTING AT THE SAATCHI GALLERY by Brook S. Mason

The Dutch-born, London-based art dealer Michael Goedhuis talks about the new show of Chinese art he organized for Charles Saatchi in London.

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Art Market Watch TIFFANY, RIETVELD, NOGUCHI AND LALANNE: DESIGN IN NEW YORK by Jessica Mizrachi

Spring design auctions at Sotheby's, Christie's and Phillips de Pury and Company in New York.

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Art Basel WATCH WHERE YOU STEP by Emily Nathan

Art Basel 43's public art sector, Art Parcours, takes over the historic neighborhood of St. Johann, and a public art festival comes to roost in Zurich.

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Ranbir Singh MY HERO by Charlie Finch

Remembering the art collector Ranbir Singh, 1955-2012.

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Art Basel ART UNLIMITED 2012 by Linda Yablonsky

Huge art projects, surprising and fun, in the context of no context other than money, the driving force of Art Basel.

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Summer Reading BODY AND SOIL by James Croak

Four new books on the new ecological outlook of Earthworks, Land Art and, well dirt.

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Art Basel 2012 THE PRIVATE MUSEUM TAKEOVER by Rachel Corbett

Jeffrey Deitch on the threat of private museums to fundraising and programming at the Los Angeles Museum of Contemporary Art.

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Karl Haendel FAMILY BLACKMAIL by Hunter Drohojowska-Philp

In time for Father's Day, the celebrated Los Angeles photorealist Karl Haendel addresses issues of masculinity and family dynamics.

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Art Market Watch THE HORBELLS by Charlie Finch

A hypothetical art-collecting power couple, the Horbells, face the effects of a global recession.

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Art Market Watch ART BASEL LOOKS TO ASIA by Rachel Corbett

News of Uli Sigg's major donation to a Hong Kong museum spurs forecasts of an Asianized Art Basel.

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Art Market Watch SPRING ANTIQUITIES AT SOTHEBY'S AND CHRISTIE'S NEW YORK by Jessica Mizrachi

A $900,000 Greek gravestone -- plus a homoerotic krater -- at Sotheby's and a $926,000 Roman marble of an actor at Christie's.

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Art Basel 43 STAKING CLAIMS AT ART STATEMENTS by Emily Nathan

Oliver Laric, Karthnik Pandian, Rokni Haerizadeh, Aurelien Froment, Zin Taylor, Amalia Pica and more at Art Basel 43.

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Kehinde Wiley UNPLANNED OBSOLESCENCE by Charlie Finch

In the cultural tsunami of art news, a real triumph by Kehinde Wiley at the Jewish Museum.

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Documenta 13 SETH PRICE & TIM HAMILTON: ONE FOR THE MONEY by Emily Nathan

New York artist Seth Price and clothing designer Tim Hamilton collaborate on a fashion line for Documenta 13.

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Liste 2012 BASEL'S INDEPENDENT ART FAIR by Rachel Corbett

A slideshow tour of Liste 13, Basel's indiest art fair.

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Istancool LET'S TALK TURKEY by Adrian Dannatt

The Istanbul International Arts and Culture Festival welcomes the art world to the hottest city on the global art scene.

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Rachel Harrison UNMASKING THE MUSE by Emily Nathan

A new exhibition of sculptures by Rachel Harrison explores the unseen forces behind every work of art.

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Artnet Design DESIGN MIAMI/BASEL 2012 by Brook S. Mason

This spring's new design trends emphasize supersized lighting plus cutting-edge furniture and ceramics along the way.

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Old Masters ROMANINO, ROBERT AND MORE AT CHRISTIE'S NEW YORK by Paul Jeromack

Chilean baron Alvaro Saieh snags a Romanino, and the Met deaccessions a dozen paintings.

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Documenta 13 LIVING ARTWORKS by Emily Nathan

The 13th edition of the once-every-five-years super-art-survey in Kassel, curated by Carolyn Christov-Bakargiev, takes a page from the book of life.

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Mr. Artsee VOTE IN ELLIOTT ARKIN'S ANNUAL CARICATURE CONTEST

Three street caricature artists throw down in a demonstration in Mister ArtSees first annual New York street caricature contest.

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Gilbert and George THE CULTURE OF DESPAIR by Charlie Finch

In a three-gallery show of "London Pictures," Gilbert and George make despair cozy and comforting.

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