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Ana Mendieta Work Set to Sell at Sotheby’s Sees Conflict Over Ownership

Wednesday, March 11th, 2020

Carl Andre Exhibition at MOCA Sees Protests Remembering Ana Mendieta

Monday, April 10th, 2017

Protests Erupt at Tate Modern Over Representation of Ana Mendieta

Wednesday, June 15th, 2016

New York – Ana Mendieta: “Late Works 1981-1985″ at Galerie Lelong Through June 22nd, 2013

Monday, June 17th, 2013

BBC Questions How to Separate Artists’ Dark Pasts from Their Work

Tuesday, June 13th, 2017

NSU Museum Receives Gift of Over 100 Contemporary Works

Friday, August 19th, 2016

AO Events and Art Preview – Miami Beach: Art Basel Miami Beach 2016 and Miami Art Week, December 3rd – 6th, 2015

Monday, November 30th, 2015

AO Recap – Mexico City: Visual Arts Week, February 4th – 8th, 2015

Monday, February 9th, 2015

AO Onsite – “Devil’s Heaven,” The 2013 Watermill Center Summer Benefit

Wednesday, July 31st, 2013

AO On Site – New York: The ADAA Art Show at Park Avenue Armory, March 7-11, 2012

Sunday, March 11th, 2012

AO On Site – Paris: ‘Fresh Hell’ at the Palais de Tokyo through January 16th, 2011 featuring Maurizio Cattelan, Martin Creed, Isa Genzken, Dan Graham, Philip Guston, Martin Kippenberger, Nate Lowman, Sarah Lucas, Bruce Nauman & Frank Owen, Michelangelo Pistoletto, Rob Pruitt, Agathe Snow, Rudolf Stingel, Rosemarie Trockel and others

Thursday, January 13th, 2011

Carl Andre

Thursday, November 27th, 2008
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NYT Notes Generation Gap in Online Art Sales

June 9th, 2020

As art sales go online, the NYT notes an increasing generation gap, with older buyers tapering off their purchases and younger buyers continuing to collect. “The resistance from older collectors is still there,” says Anders Petterson, founder of analytics firm ArtTactic.  “When there is no physical art world, how do you substitute that experience?” he added. “Younger people are a lot quicker to adapt.”
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Unrest Over Killing of George Floyd Forces Museums to Address Institutionalized Racism

June 9th, 2020

A piece in the New York Times charts pressure on institutions to address problems of systemic racism and injustice in their organizations, collections and programs, following the social unrest caused by the killing of George Floyd at the hands of the police.  “I do not think art museums have done enough,” says Chris Anagnos, executive director of the Association of Art Museum Directors. “We have dabbled around the edges of the work, but in our place of privilege we will never live up to the statement that ‘museums are for everyone’ unless we begin to confront, examine and dismantle the various structures that brought us to this point.”
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Art Basel Cancelled

June 9th, 2020

Art Basel has completely cancelled the 2020 edition of its fair in the Swiss town, after an attempt to move the fair’s dates to September.  “While there are signs of hope as individual countries are coming out of lockdown, the global situation remains precarious, and, unfortunately, too many uncertainties remain to go ahead with the fair,” the organization said in a statement. “These include the health risks posed by large gatherings, the limitations on intercontinental travel, and the unclear Swiss regulatory environment for shows of Art Basel’s size. Given these uncertainties, we believe that the best option concerning the Basel show is to focus on next year’s edition and delivering a fair of the exceptional international quality that the artworld expects.”
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