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artnet Newsletter October 2011
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The Biennial as Curatorium
The Biennial as Curatorium Art historian Patricia Watts visits the 12th Istanbul Biennial and finds that an oddball curatorial approach does not get in the way of discovering interesting new art.  Read More  ►
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artnet DesignTV artnet DesignTV

Watch artnet Auctions Senior Design Specialist Brent Lewis interview Gaetano Pesce in his New York City studio.  View  ►
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artnet.fr and Fiac artnet.fr and FIAC

Partnering with FIAC, artnet.fr presents a series of limited interviews with artists whose artworks have been selected for the international Contemporary art fair, October 20–23 in Paris, France.  View  ►
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The Midcareer Question The Midcareer Question

With retrospectives of Glenn Ligon fading in the mirror and Maurizio Cattelan and Cindy Sherman coming up on the horizon, art critic Linda Yablonsky contemplates the pros and cons of the mid-career museum survey.
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London Frieze Out for Kalup Linzy? London Frieze Out for Kalup Linzy?

An interview with Kalup Linzy, the hip New York artist who specializes in black–drag–queen humor (think Big Momma's House), on the night that he premieres his act at the Saatchi Gallery in London. Read More  ►
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Willem de Kooning: Beauty and the Beast Willem de Kooning: Beauty and the Beast

Art critic Donald Kuspit examines the Museum of Modern Art retrospective of famed Abstract Expressionist painter Willem de Kooning, and asks, "Who is de Kooning's woman?" Read More  ►
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Something Like Sirens Something Like Sirens

After challenging sexual propriety for more than 15 years, post-feminist painter Lisa Yuskavage makes room for her censorious audience in a new body of work, on view at David Zwirner Gallery in Chelsea. Read More  ►
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Pacific Standard Time Pacific Standard Time

Los Angeles art writer Hunter Drohojowska-Philp takes on the exhibition that ate Los Angeles—"Crosscurrents in L.A.: Painting and Sculpture from 1950 to 1970" at the Getty Museum. Read More  ►
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Gaetano Pesce, Monumental Resin Bowl
Gaetano Pesce
Monumental Resin Bowl, 2002
Flexible resin
15 x 36 x 36 in.
Est. US$8,000–10,000
€5,825–7,280
Bidding ends October 26


 
Andy Warhol, Electric Chair
 
Andy Warhol
Electric Chair, 1971
Screenprint
35.5 x 48 in.
Est.
US$9,500–11,500
€6,873–8,320
Bidding ends October 24


 
Edward Sheriff Curtis, An Oasis in the Badlands
 
Edward Sheriff Curtis
An Oasis in the Badlands – Sioux, 1905
Photogravure on Japanese vellum
15.88 x 19.75 in.
Est.
US$40,000–50,000
€28,940–36,175
Bidding ends October 25
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