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Go See – Stockholm: “Thrice Upon A Time” at Magasin 3 Konsthall, through December 12, 2010

Thursday, September 16th, 2010

Don’t Miss – New York: ‘THE AUDIO SHOW’ a selection of solely audio pieces at Friedrich Petzel Gallery, featuring Marilyn Minter, Barnaby Furnas and more, through August 23, 2009

Friday, August 21st, 2009

Go See – Humlebæk, Denmark: David Hockney at the Louisiana Museum through August 28th, 2011

Wednesday, August 17th, 2011

Go See – Aarau, Switzerland: Ugo Rondinone at Aargauer Kunsthaus through August 1, 2010

Tuesday, June 22nd, 2010

Go See – New York: David Hockney’s ‘Paintings 2006-2009′ at PaceWildenstein through December 24th 2009

Sunday, November 8th, 2009

French estuary on display

Saturday, June 30th, 2007
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Frieze Los Angeles Announces Gallery List

September 12th, 2018

Frieze LA, via FriezeFrieze Los Angeles, which will run February 14 through 17 at Paramount Pictures Studio in Hollywood, has announced its initial gallery list, with a heavy focus on blue-chip galleries that speaks to the impact it is looking to make on the West Coast. 
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Venice Canadian Pavilion Reopened

September 12th, 2018

Canada Pavilion in Venice, via Globe and MailThe Canadian Pavilion at the Venice Biennale has been reopened, with a restored interior that The National Gallery of Canada is hoping will improve the working conditions for its chosen artists. “I give always very much importance to the conservation, as much as possible, of the original design,” says designer Alberico Belgiojoso “Nature changes, while architecture stays at it is.”
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New York Court Rejects Family Claim to Matisse Work

September 12th, 2018

Matisse greta Moll, via Art NewspaperA federal appeals court in New York has rejected a claim to a 1908 Matisse painting owned by the National Gallery in London by the grandchildren of the woman in the work. “The alleged taking of the painting was committed by a private actor” not “a sovereign”, the panel of judges said. “The National Gallery’s refusal to compensate appellants for that taking after the fact does not provide a basis for jurisdiction over a foreign sovereign and its instrumentality.” 
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