Waddell’s West [Theodore Waddell interview]

Luxury Magazine, Winter 2018, pp. 180-191.


Loving Vincent [van Gogh]

Luxury Magazine, Fall 2018, pp. 182-195.

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Local Colors [Bahamian art]

Luxury Magazine, Spring 2018, p. 243.

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French Foreign Legion [Louvre Abu Dhabi]

Luxury Magazine, Spring 2018, pp. 200-206.

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In Living Color [David Hockney profile]

Luxury Magazine, Spring 2018, pp. 222-233.

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Conceptual Calligrapher [Xu Bing interview]

Luxury Magazine, Winter 2017, pp. 6, 222-235.

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Cosmic Creator [Alex Grey interview]

Luxury Magazine, Fall 2017, pp. 220-235.

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Underwater Reveries [Eric Zener profile]

Luxury Magazine, Summer 2017, pp. 220-235.

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Outward Bound [Nature photography]

Luxury Magazine, Spring 2017, pp. 14-26.

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Painting’s Polymath [Gerhard Richter profile]

Luxury Magazine, Spring 2017, pp. 214-233.

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Ballet Bachelor [Edgar Degas profile]

Luxury Magazine, Winter 2016, pp. 220-234.

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The Man Behind the Dot [John Baldessari interview]

Luxury Magazine, Fall 2016, pp. 218-234.

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Guiding Light [Leo Villareal interview]

Luxury Magazine, Summer 2016, pp. 202-218.

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Found At Sea [Ran Ortner interview]

Luxury Magazine, Spring 2016, pp. 220-233.

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Infinite Focus [Hiroshi Sugimoto interview]

Luxury Magazine, Winter 2015, pp. 218-233.

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Big League Abstraction [Frank Stella interview]

Luxury Magazine, Fall 2015, pp. 222-237.

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Beyond the Sea [Massimo Vitali interview]

Luxury Magazine, Summer 2015, pp. 224-239.

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Wrap Star [Christo interview]

Luxury Magazine, Spring 2015, pp. 226-242.

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The Natural: Bill Rauhauser

The Magazine Antiques, Nov.-Dec. 2014, pp. 110-117.

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Microbiology on Acid [Kelsey Brookes profile]

Luxury Magazine, Fall 2014, pp. 228-242

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Skyscrapers: Race for the Clouds

Luxury Magazine, Fall 2014, pp. 214-226.

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Garry Winogrand: ‘The Central Photographer Of His Generation’

Artphaire (Online), Sept. 4, 2014.


The Delightful and Perplexing Art of Jeff Koons

Artphaire (Online), Aug. 5, 2014.


Dan Colen

Artphaire (Online), July 10, 2014.


MoMA

Artphaire (Online), June 11, 2014.


Face Time with Chuck Close

Black Card Mag, Summer 2014, pp. 230-242.

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Most Wanted: Uncovering Warhol

Artphaire (Online), May 29, 2014.


Latin America Rising: Cartagena

Artphaire (Online), May 15, 2014.


Artist Spotlight: China

Artphaire (Online), May 13, 2014.


Jasper Johns

Artphaire (Online), April 21, 2014.


Dealer Spotlight: Taiwan

Artphaire (Online), April 16, 2014.


Art Fair Recap: New York City

Artphaire (Online), March 16, 2014.


Q and A with Chuck Close

Artphaire (Online), March 4, 2014.


Polka Dot Princess [Yayoi Kusama profile]

Black Card Mag, Spring 2014, pp. 226-242.

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Emerging Markets: Bogota Colombia, Artists from a rich culture take center stage

Art + Auction, pp. 96-97, March 2014


A Pop-up Museum of Contemporary American Art at Sotheby’s

Artphaire (Online), Feb. 10, 2014.


Rare Bertoia Maquette Up For Auction This February

Artphaire (Online), Jan. 21, 2014.


War in Pictures [MFA Houston/Corcoran photography exhibition]

Capitol File, Fall 2013, p. 56.

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150 years after Munch’s birth, an intimate look back [Oslo retrospective]

The Washington Post, 21 July 2013, p. E.3.


The complete story of the painter of ‘The Scream’ On the 150th anniversary of Edvard Munch’s birth, Norway takes a long look back at its native son

The Washington Post, 19 July 2013.


Banksy: Not Your Usual Graffiti Artist

Black Card Mag, Summer 2013, pp. 212-227.

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Who Was Andy Warhol [Warhol profile]

Black Card Mag, Spring 2013, 214-227.

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South African Seduction [survey of S.A. contemporary art scene]

Art + Auction, Feb. 2013, pp. 80-85.

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Death, Dots and Dollars [Damien Hirst profile]

Black Card Mag, Winter 2012, pp. 214-227.

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From Obscurity to Fame [Barnes Collection]

Black Card Mag, Fall 2012, pp. 206-212.


Modernista per tradizione, moderno per vocazione: cuore di MoMA

(Robert Storr interviewed by Jason Edward Kaufman, from The Art Newspaper, January 1994) in Il museo contemporaneo: storie, esperienze, competenze, ed. by Daniela Fonti and Rossella Caruso, University of Rome/Gangemi Editore, Rome, 2012.

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For exhibits, the future is virtually here

The Washington Post, 02 Oct 2011, p. Q.4.


Some people enjoy going to the beach…For us, to see art is pleasure (Daniel and Mirella Levinas profile)

The Washington Post, 21 Aug 2011, p. E.1.


Venice Biennale an ambitious but typically overblown international art festival

The Washington Post, 17 June 2011, p. E.2.


D.C. society and beyond

The Washington Post, 17 Apr 2011, p. E.6.


Creative sights to see in New York

The Washington Post, 10 Apr 2011, p. E.4.


Perhaps the Most Important African Art Show [Ife at Virginia Museum of Fine Art]

The Washington Post, 13 Mar 2011, p. E.1.


The Art of Lost-Wax Casting: How they do it

The Washington Post, 13 Mar 2011, p. E.4.


Grace (and art) seen in garbage [Vik Muniz’s “Waste Land”]

The Washington Post, 13 Mar 2011, p. E.8.


Holy relics, heavenly body parts

The Washington Post, 06 Mar 2011, p. E.1.


Thoughts on a Chinese Artist Studying a Western Old Master [Jin Shangyi]

Excerpted from Jin Shangyi: Compliments to Vermeer [catalogue accompanying exhibition of the same name], Central Academy of Fine Arts, Beijing, 2011, pp. 90-103.

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Two-painting exhibit sublime in its simplicity [Hendrick ter Brugghen at the National Gallery of Art]

The Washington Post, 20 Feb 2011, p. E.4.

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The city as artifice, created as you watch [Hans Op de Beeck at Hirshhorn Museum]

The Washington Post, 23 Jan 2011, p. E.8.


Frida Fighters (An ongoing debate over the authenticity of a group of possible Kahlos heats up)

Art + Auction, June 2010, p. 28.


Finding Frida Kahlo: Controversy Calls into Question the Authentication of the Renowned Artist’s Work

IFAR Journal, Volume 11, nos. 3&4, 2010, published by the International Foundation for Art Research and may not be reproduced/distributed elsewhere without IFAR’s permission.

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I want to add a new complexity to everything we do

The Art Newspaper 207 (November 2009), p. 12.


New evidence in Nazi loot case against MoMA

The Art Newspaper 18.207 (Nov 2009), p. 13.


Salary cuts for one third of US museum directors

The Art Newspaper 206, Oct. 2009, p. 1, 8.

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New evidence uncovered in Warhol Foundation lawsuit

The Art Newspaper 18.206 (Oct 2009), p. 9.


Cleveland to use acquisition funds for expansion

The Art Newspaper 206, p. 20. (October 2009)


Guggenheim buys back sold Kandinsky

The Art Newspaper 206, p. 20. (October 2009)


Guggenheim borrows back sold Kandinsky

The Art Newspaper 18.206 (Oct 2009), p. 20.


Museo del Barrio is back

The Art Newspaper 18.206 (Oct 2009), p. 26.


How are Hirst and Murakami coping with the downturn

(Co-authors Cristina Ruiz, Georgina Adam, Gareth Harris) The Art Newspaper 18.206 (Oct 2009), p. 37-38.


Still no plan for Prince’s house

The Art Newspaper 18.205 (Sep 2009), p. 9.


MoMA tower to loom over Manhattan

The Art Newspaper 205, p. 20. (September 2009)


I am who I am. I’m not going to adopt a grand-style persona (Interview with Thomas Campbell, director of The Metropolitan Museum of Art)

The Art Newspaper 205 (September 2009), p. 22-23.

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Battle to save contemporary museum

The Art Newspaper 18.204 (Jul 2009-Aug 2009), p. 13.


Rose Art Museum operating on a shoestring

The Art Newspaper 18.204 (Jul 2009-Aug 2009), p. 14.


Exhibitions axed as recession strikes

The Art Newspaper 18.203 (Jun 2009), p. 1.


Abramovic takes over MoMA

The Art Newspaper 18.203 (Jun 2009), p. 4.


Leading collector plans contemporary art space

The Art Newspaper 18.203 (Jun 2009), p. 13.


Can the Corcoran dig itself out of an increasingly deep hole

The Art Newspaper 18.203 (Jun 2009), p. 14.


Huge bequest by literary agent

The Art Newspaper 18.203 (Jun 2009), p. 16.


America turns its gaze inwards

The Art Newspaper 18.202 (May 2009), p. 14.


Art Institute prepares to open massive new extension

The Art Newspaper 18.202 (May 2009), p. 23-24.


Renzo Piano on building in the home of American modernist architecture

The Art Newspaper 18.202 (May 2009), p. 23.


Renzo Piano on building in the home of American modernist architecture

The Art Newspaper 18.202 (May 2009), p. 23.


The same but different

The Art Newspaper 18.202 (May 2009), p. 24.


Il museo mette le ali [The museum flies] [Art Institute of Chicago Modern Wing]

Vernissage 10.104 (May 2009), p. 4-5.


Troubles deepen for museums: layoffs, budget cuts and cancelled shows

Art Newspaper 18.201 (Apr 2009), p. 4.


Rockefeller rooms find homes

The Art Newspaper 18.201 (Apr 2009), p. 11.


Denver’s two contemporary art institutions have merged operations

The Art Newspaper 18.201 (Apr 2009), p. 13.


Newsprint magnate puts his contemporary art on show

The Art Newspaper 18.201 (Apr 2009), p. 37-38.


Jeff Koons’s $25 million sculpture for museum

The Art Newspaper 18.200 (Mar 2009), p. 1.


Brandeis’s Rose museum to become educational facility

The Art Newspaper 18.200 (Mar 2009), p. 14.


New LA MoCA chief wields axe

The Art Newspaper 18.200 (Mar 2009), p. 14.


Bonnard museum to open in his home town

The Art Newspaper 18.200 (Mar 2009), p. 18.


Koons

Giornale dell’Arte 27.285 (Mar 2009), p. 12.


US cracks down on Chinese antiquities

The Art Newspaper 18.199 (Feb 2009), p. 4.


Los Angeles Museum of Contemporary Art back on an even keel

The Art Newspaper 18.199 (Feb 2009), p. 13.


Corcoran to lease land in Washington

The Art Newspaper 18.199 (Feb 2009), p. 13.


Museums make deep cuts in face of global financial crisis

The Art Newspaper 18.198 (Jan 2009), p. 1,4.


Smithsonian chief axes art oversight post

The Art Newspaper 18.198 (Jan 2009), p. 15.


Can New Orleans reinvent itself as a fine art destination

The Art Newspaper 17.197 (Dec 2008), p. 11.


Hidden Asian influence on US modern masters revealed

The Art Newspaper 17.197 (Dec 2008), p. 13.


Chicago shows rare old master drawings

The Art Newspaper 17.197 (Dec 2008), p. 14.


Broad steps in to save MoCA

The Art Newspaper 17.197 (Dec 2008), p. 15.


Latin America’s big biennial at risk

The Art Newspaper 17.196 (Nov 2008), p. 11.


New discoveries in America’s oldest public collection of drawings

The Art Newspaper 17.196 (Nov 2008), p. 13.


University’s Pollock saved from sale

The Art Newspaper 17.196 (Nov 2008), p. 14.


Piano’s plans for Kimbell

The Art Newspaper 17.196 (Nov 2008), p. 16.


Local boy makes good and comes home

The Art Newspaper 17.196 (Nov 2008), p. 16.


Wadsworth exhibits private furniture collection destined for the market

The Art Newspaper 17.196 (Nov 2008), p. 18.


Tehran’s mystery space

The Art Newspaper 17.196 (Nov 2008), p. 22.


New Metropolitan director is little-known insider

The Art Newspaper 17.195 (Oct 2008), p. 11.


Guggenheim director to refocus on Manhattan flagship

The Art Newspaper 17.195 (Oct 2008), p. 16.


Sale of Whitney brownstones to help fund new site

The Art Newspaper 17.194 (Sep 2008), p. 18.


Design gets dramatic new home in Manhattan

The Art Newspaper 17.194 (Sep 2008), p. 20.


Jorge Pardo adds colour to Latin American galleries

The Art Newspaper 17.194 (Sep 2008), p. 20.


Kienholz’s backroom exhibition

(Co-authors Gabriela Cala-Lesina, Eva Sandler) The Art Newspaper 17.194 (Sep 2008), p. 20.


New federal indemnity for domestic shows

The Art Newspaper 17.194 (Sep 2008), p. 22.


Denver deal under investigation

The Art Newspaper 17.194 (Sep 2008), p. 22.


China bans loans to show on cultural revolution

The Art Newspaper 17.194 (Sep 2008), p. 25.


Is the Barnes row finally over

The Art Newspaper 17.193 (Jul 2008-Aug 2008), p. 13.


Whitney’s billionaire chairmen of trustees steps down

The Art Newspaper 17.193 (Jul 2008-Aug 2008), p. 14.


Russian capital gets new gallery in Melnikov bus depot (with Ruiz, Christina)

Art Newspaper 17.192 (Jun 2008), p. 11.


Whitney gets lion’s share of tobacco giant’s art

The Art Newspaper 17.192 (Jun 2008), p. 20.


…and unveils designs for new building [Whitney Museum]

Art Newspaper 17.192 (Jun 2008), p. 20.


Barnes Foundation wins ruling to move to city centre

The Art Newspaper 17.192 (Jun 2008), p. 24.


Why the Guggenheim won’t open a branch in Guadalajara

The Art Newspaper 17.192 (Jun 2008), p. 27.


Robert Rauschenberg, 1925-2008

The Art Newspaper 17.192 (Jun 2008), p. 33.


La nuova pittura

Giornale dell’Arte 26.277 (Jun 2008), p. 12-13.


Arte contemporanea nell’ambasciata Usa. [Contemporary art in the American embassy.]

Giornale dell’Arte 26.277 (Jun 2008), p. 19.


Contemporary art ‘to connect’ to China

The Art Newspaper 17.191 (May 2008), p. 5.


Dealer gives period prints

The Art Newspaper 17.191 (May 2008), p. 12.


Bank of America sends its art on tour

The Art Newspaper 17.191 (May 2008), p. 13.


China puts pressure on US for import ban on cultural goods

The Art Newspaper 17.190 (Apr 2008), p. 7.


Global museum director Thomas Krens sets off into the sunrise

The Art Newspaper 17.190 (Apr 2008), p. 20.


Director resigns over Dia’s need for home and money

The Art Newspaper 17.190 (Apr 2008), p. 22.


Scientist to lead Smithsonian Institution

The Art Newspaper 17.190 (Apr 2008), p. 24.


What the Mind’s Eye Sees

The American Scholar 77.2 (Spring 2008), p. 113-117.

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Jeff Koons’s taste for the classics (with Jeromack, Paul)

Art Newspaper 17.189 (Mar 2008), p. 1.


New York museum disposes of its star attraction: the Rockefeller rooms

The Art Newspaper 17.189 (Mar 2008), p. 11.


Smithsonian reforms its business division

The Art Newspaper 17.189 (Mar 2008), p. 13.


Chinese artists today have an easier path to success

The Art Newspaper 17.189 (Mar 2008), p. 51.

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New York collector returns antiquities to Italy

The Art Newspaper 17.188 (Feb 2008), p. 2.


Klimt claim dropped

The Art Newspaper 17.188 (Feb 2008), p. 6.


Top academic post for Chinese artist

The Art Newspaper 17.188 (Feb 2008), p. 10.


Broad museum opens in Los Angeles

The Art Newspaper 17.188 (Feb 2008), p. 11,12.


I am not retiring from the field’ [Philippe de Montebello]

Art Newspaper 17.188 (Feb 2008), p. 13.


Smithsonian adopts sweeping reforms

The Art Newspaper 17.188 (Feb 2008), p. 14.


Voluptuous Horror a Chelsea [Voluptuous horror in Chelsea]

Giornale dell’Arte 26.273 (Feb 2008), p. 20.


US and Italian officials seek better collaboration

The Art Newspaper 17.187 (Jan 2008), p. 10.


Wall street collector opens private gallery in Chelsea

The Art Newspaper 17.187 (Jan 2008), p. 18.


Mega mecenati dirimpettai [Mega patrons face to face]

Giornale dell’Arte 25.272 (Jan 2008), p. 42.


Abramovic’s school for performance art

The Art Newspaper 16.186 (Dec 2007), p. 1.


Warhol Foundation looks back on 20 years

The Art Newspaper 16.186 (Dec 2007), p. 7.


Mexico’s two biggest collectors join forces

The Art Newspaper 16.186 (Dec 2007), p. 13.


And third Mexican collector loans his art to university

The Art Newspaper 16.186 (Dec 2007), p. 13.


More space for impressionists and post-impressionists

The Art Newspaper 16.186 (Dec 2007), p. 16.


Nazi associations of collection ‘not relevant’ says founder of new museum

The Art Newspaper 16.186 (Dec 2007), p. 18.


Nouvel to design new tower

The Art Newspaper 16.186 (Dec 2007), p. 20.


Harvard tries to reorganise its museums again

The Art Newspaper 16.186 (Dec 2007), p. 22.


Leonard Lauder’s Klimt landscape belongs to me, says heir of Nazi victim

The Art Newspaper 16.184 (Oct 2007), p. 3.


Metropolitan director comes out top

The Art Newspaper 16.185 (Oct 2007), p. 6.


Can you teach a curator to lead a museum

The Art Newspaper 16.184 (Oct 2007), p. 6.


US billionnaire has donated $55m to preserve global sites [Robert Wilson]

The Art Newspaper 16.184 (Oct 2007), p. 7.


Botero offers Abu Ghraib pictures to Berkeley

The Art Newspaper 16.184 (Oct 2007), p. 11.


Judge dismisses claims against Academy of Art

The Art Newspaper 16.184 (Oct 2007), p. 12.


Sabarsky collection for Neue Galerie

The Art Newspaper 16.185 (Oct 2007), p. 15.


Judge to review Barnes planned location

The Art Newspaper 16.184 (Oct 2007), p. 18.


Field museum returns Maori skulls

The Art Newspaper 16.184 (Oct 2007), p. 18.


Midwest goes green

The Art Newspaper 16.184 (Oct 2007), p. 20.


September 11 goes on tour

The Art Newspaper 16.184 (Oct 2007), p. 20.


Clark to move onto Mass MoCA campus

The Art Newspaper 16.184 (Oct 2007), p. 22.


Detroit Institute of Arts opens after seven-year refit

The Art Newspaper 16.185 (Oct 2007), p. 24.


Metropolitan unveils restored Wrightman Galleries

The Art Newspaper 16.185 (Oct 2007), p. 25.


Dahesh closes its Madison Avenue space to find permanent home

The Art Newspaper 16.185 (Oct 2007), p. 30.


MoMA zeroing in on contemporary art

The Art Newspaper 16.185 (Oct 2007), p. 32.


Terracotta warriors to go on US tour

The Art Newspaper 16.183 (Sep 2007), p. 8.


Fight to stop the Barnes from moving gathers pace

The Art Newspaper 16.183 (Sep 2007), p. 14.


Acting director takes charge after top job sits empty for five months

The Art Newspaper 16.183 (Sep 2007), p. 15.


Getty reaches agreement with Italy

The Art Newspaper 16.183 (Sep 2007), p. 16.


New wing attracts fewer than expected [Royal Ontario Museum]

The Art Newspaper 16.183 (Sep 2007), p. 20.


Can US museums help win the war on terror

The Art Newspaper 16.182 (Jul 2007-Aug 2007), p. 1.


Smithsonian criticised for pay and perks

The Art Newspaper 16.182 (Jul 2007-Aug 2007), p. 11.


More US museums need directors than ever before

The Art Newspaper 16.182 (Jul 2007-Aug 2007), p. 11.


Trustees fund $20bn construction boom in New York

The Art Newspaper 16.182 (Jul 2007-Aug 2007), p. 12.


A biennial to help New Orleans recover from Hurricane Katrina

The Art Newspaper 16.181 (Jun 2007), p. 6.


Getty Aphrodite under the spotlight

The Art Newspaper 16.181 (Jun 2007), p. 8.


Accountant alleges major fraud at art school founded by Andy Warhol

The Art Newspaper 16.181 (Jun 2007), p. 9.


Libeskind goes nude for the summer

The Art Newspaper 16.181 (Jun 2007), p. 20.


New building for Nelson Atkins should attract an extra 100,000 visitors per year, says director

The Art Newspaper 16.181 (Jun 2007), p. 21.


North American museums bounce back from 11 September

The Art Newspaper 16.181 (Jun 2007), p. 24.


Smithsonian leadership crisis deepens

The Art Newspaper 16.181 (Jun 2007), p. 28.


$1bn donations put Seattle on the map

The Art Newspaper 16.180 (May 2007), p. 1,4.


Primeval forest for Tate in London [Alan Sonfist commission]

The Art Newspaper 16.180 (May 2007), p. 7.


Highest paid US director gets 31x salary of Uffizi director

The Art Newspaper 16.180 (May 2007), p. 13.


Renzo Piano chosen for Kimbell

The Art Newspaper 16.180 (May 2007), p. 21.


Mass MoCA raises $25m for endowment

The Art Newspaper 16.180 (May 2007), p. 22.


Boston gets $2.5m and 189 photos from Ritts Foundation

with Sharpe, EmilyArt Newspaper 16.180 (May 2007), p. 23.


Going, going, gone: our diminishing Modernist heritage

(Co-author Brook Mason) The Art Newspaper 16.180 (May 2007), p. 53.


Un regalo da 1 miliardo di dollari [A present of one billion dollars]

Giornale dell’Arte 25.265 (May 2007), p. 10.


Museale e benefico Monet da Wildenstein [A big and charitable Monet at Wildenstein]

Giornale dell’Arte 25.265 (May 2007), p. 78.


Smithsonian art museums have ‘reached a critical point

The Art Newspaper 16.179 (Apr 2007), p. 1,4.


Metropolitan opens new Greek and Roman galleries

The Art Newspaper 16.179 (Apr 2007), p. 12.


MoMA defends director’s secret pay

The Art Newspaper 16.179 (Apr 2007), p. 13.


National Gallery of Art buys Jasper Johns’ prints

The Art Newspaper 16.179 (Apr 2007), p. 19.


Shanghai Pompidou ‘not like the Abu Dhabi Louvre

The Art Newspaper 16.179 (Apr 2007), p. 26.


Celebrating the greatest Anglophile of them all

The Art Newspaper 16.179 (Apr 2007), p. 42-43.


Your chance to see how the master of minimalism lived [Donald Judd’s Soho studio]

The Art Newspaper 16.178 (Mar 2007), p. 7.


Pollock pigments posthumous [Matter family Pollock dispute]

Art Newspaper 16.178 (Mar 2007), p. 7.


New museum homeless

The Art Newspaper 16.178 (Mar 2007), p. 18.


Universities display Botero’s Abu Ghraib pictures

The Art Newspaper 16.177 (Feb 2007), p. 6.


Pay not matched by performance

The Art Newspaper 16.177 (Feb 2007), p. 13.


Senator investigates MoMA

The Art Newspaper 16.177 (Feb 2007), p. 13.


Philadelphia raises $68m to beat Wal-Mart to the ‘Clinic

The Art Newspaper 16.177 (Feb 2007), p. 15.


Albright-Knox sells the old to pay for the new

The Art Newspaper 16.177 (Feb 2007), p. 19.


Views of Russia’s crumbling modernist heritage

The Art Newspaper 16.177 (Feb 2007), p. 20.


Se il Louvre va ad est, il MoMA cresce a NY [If the Louvre goes East, the MoMA grows in New York] [interview with Glenn Lowry]

Giornale dell’Arte 25.262 (Feb 2007), p. 38, 40.


Two more Getty antiquities will go back to Greece

The Art Newspaper 16.176 (Jan 2007), p. 14.


Veteran Chicago director drafted in to Getty

The Art Newspaper 16.176 (Jan 2007), p. 14.


Were these objects looted from Iran [Salander O’Reilly]

The Art Newspaper 15.175 (Dec 2006), p. 3.


Getty revises its guidelines for acquiring antiquities again

The Art Newspaper 15.175 (Dec 2006), p. 13.


Manhattan bank opens gallery for museum shows

The Art Newspaper 15.175 (Dec 2006), p. 14.


Sol LeWitt goes on show for 25 years

The Art Newspaper 15.175 (Dec 2006), p. 15.


Great leap forward for Shanghai

with Adam, GeorginaArt Newspaper 15.174 (Nov 2006), p. 1-2.


Getty escapes charges following investigation

The Art Newspaper 15.174 (Nov 2006), p. 9.


Baltimore museums go free

The Art Newspaper 15.174 (Nov 2006), p. 10.


We are going to substantially increase the space devoted to our permanent collection

The Art Newspaper 15.174 (Nov 2006), p. 13.


Wanted: a home for Botero’s paintings of Abu Ghraib

The Art Newspaper 15.173 (Oct 2006), p. 3.


Lauder raises $190m cash as Bloch-Bauer Klimts come up for sale

with Sharpe, EmilyArt Newspaper 15.173 (Oct 2006), p. 9.


Is this the end of partial gifts

The Art Newspaper 15.173 (Oct 2006), p. 11.


A museum or a sculpture

The Art Newspaper 15.173 (Oct 2006), p. 13.


Louvre and Guggenheim ad Abu Dhabi [Louvre and Guggenheim in Abu Dhabi]

Giornale dell’Arte 24.258 (Oct 2006), p. 54, 56.


Six years ago, US museums pledged to research the Nazi history of works in their collections. Few have fulfilled their promises

The Art Newspaper 15.172 (Sep 2006), p. 8.


MoMA generates $2 billion for New York, says report

The Art Newspaper 15.172 (Sep 2006), p. 11.


Brooklyn Museum re-shuffle angers curators

The Art Newspaper 15.172 (Sep 2006), p. 13.


Pompidou takes responsibility for damaging two works

The Art Newspaper 15.172 (Sep 2006), p. 19.


Will the Louvre follow the Guggenheim to Abu Dhabi

The Art Newspaper 15.172 (Sep 2006), p. 21.


Spencer Tunick to create largest ever nude installation in Mexico City

The Art Newspaper 15.171 (Jul 2006-Aug 2006), p. 5.


Finances published online in an effort to rebuild reputation

The Art Newspaper 15.171 (Jul 2006-Aug 2006), p. 6.


Print Documenta for Philadelphia

The Art Newspaper 15.171 (Jul 2006-Aug 2006), p. 9.


Two Smithsonian galleries re-open after $298 million renovation

The Art Newspaper 15.171 (Jul 2006-Aug 2006), p. 11.


Denver vuole diventare un nuovo polo dell’arte [Denver wants to become a new centre of art]

Giornale dell’Arte 24.256 (July-Aug. 2006), p. 24.


This mask is ours, says St Louis Art Museum

The Art Newspaper 15.170 (Jun 2006), p. 5.


US museum directors debate the antiquities dilemma

The Art Newspaper 15.170 (Jun 2006), p. 6.


National Gallery pays out in Vuillard plagiarism suit

The Art Newspaper 15.169 (May 2006), p. 1,11.


State Department bows to art world demands on biennales

The Art Newspaper 15.169 (May 2006), p. 7.


Moving Serra

(Co-author Gareth Harris) The Art Newspaper 15.169 (May 2006), p. 39.


Denver Art Museum get $60m contemporary art gift

The Art Newspaper 15.168 (Apr 2006), p. 11.


Gagosian to open gallery in Rome

The Art Newspaper 15.168 (Apr 2006), p. 50.


Gago apre a Roma, e triplica a NY [Gagosian opens in Roma, and triples in New York]

Giornale dell’Arte 23.253 (April 2006), p. 6.


Quando il MoMA va a caccia grossa [When the MoMA goes big-game hunting]

Giornale dell’Arte 23.253 (April 2006), p. 44-45.


Contemporary art specialist to head Los Angeles County Museum of Art

The Art Newspaper 15.167 (Mar 2006), p. 21.


The memoir MoMA declined to publish [William Rubin memoir]

The Art Newspaper 15.167 (Mar 2006)

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US collections: poorly cared for and at risk of damage, says report

The Art Newspaper 15.166 (Feb 2006), p. 11.


Breaking new ground: Eli Broad

The Art Newspaper 15.166 (Feb 2006), p. 13.


One of the last great photography collections goes to the Nelson-Atkins Museum

The Art Newspaper 15.166 (Feb 2006), p. 14.


A Miracle Made Real

Art Review 10 (Feb 2006), p. 92-95.


Doubts remain over unprecedented Pollock finds

The Art Newspaper 15.165 (Jan 2006), p. 6.


Secretive Microsoft billionaire to reveal his collection

The Art Newspaper 15.165 (Jan 2006), p. 14.


Private collectors step in to fill institutional void

The Art Newspaper 15.165 (Jan 2006), p. 15.


Minneapolis Institute of Arts nears its $100 million goal

The Art Newspaper 15.165 (Jan 2006), p. 15.


Art historians appointed to help judge Warhol attributions

The Art Newspaper 15.164 (Dec 2005), p. 8.


World’s top museums compete for Hong Kong development

The Art Newspaper 15.164 (Dec 2005), p. 14-15.


La crème de la crème dei musei per il Wkcd [The crème de la crème of museums for the Wkcd]

Giornale dell’Arte 23.249 (Dec 2005), p. 14.


Museum of Fine Arts breaks ground on $205 million Foster expansion

The Art Newspaper 14.163 (Nov 2005), p. 15.


Protests at conversion of Modernist building

The Art Newspaper 14.163 (Nov 2005), p. 15.


Via libera per Piano al Whitney [The go ahead to Piano at the Whitney]

Giornale dell’Arte 23.247 (Oct 2005), p. 41.


Getty Museum director chosen as trust ceo investigated

The Art Newspaper 14.161 (Sep 2005), p. 15.


Philanthropy Rubells donate $1 million worth of art to Tampa Museum

The Art Newspaper 14.161 (Sep 2005), p. 16.


Sponsorship US aluminium giant sends Warhol to Russia

The Art Newspaper 14.161 (Sep 2005), p. 17.


Corcoran shelves Gehry extensiondirector and two trustees resign

The Art Newspaper 14.160 (Jul 2005-Aug 2005), p. 20.


The most extravagant installation in history

The Art Newspaper 14.160 (Jul 2005-Aug 2005), p. 33.


Guggenheim opens Prince house to public

The Art Newspaper 14.159 (Jun 2005), p. 15.


Art to Las Vegas, cars in Boston

The Art Newspaper 14.159 (Jun 2005), p. 16.


Getty given Stark Collection sculptures

The Art Newspaper 14.159 (Jun 2005), p. 17.


Bringing a little Miami to San Juan [Diana and Moises Berezdivin]

Art Newspaper 14.159 (Jun 2005), p. 22.


Now you see it, now you don’t

The Art Newspaper 14.159 (Jun 2005), p. 28.


Offresi a studiosi leader, maghi degli affari, manager agguerriti, esperti di risorse umane, da 250 a 600mila dollari l’anno, americani [On offer to scholar leaders, business magicians, fierce managers, human resources experts, from 250 to 600 thousands d

Giornale dell’Arte 23.244 (Jun 2005), p. 43.


Faces of the fallen

The Art Newspaper 14.158 (May 2005), p. 5.


Wildenstein to publish Jasper Johns catalogue raisonn

The Art Newspaper 14.158 (May 2005), p. 53.


New panel to select artists for Biennales

The Art Newspaper 14.157 (Apr 2005), p. 6.


Helping put visitors at ease when they look at art

The Art Newspaper 14.157 (Apr 2005), p. 11.


Retired TV executive makes largest art gift ever to museum [E. Blake Byrne to MOCA LA]

Art Newspaper 14.156 (Mar 2005), p. 19.


Institute of Contemporary Art closes this month [Palm Beach]

Art Newspaper 14.156 (Mar 2005), p. 21.


Dalla spirale di Wright a quella dei debiti [From Wright’s spiral to the spiral of debts]

Giornale dell’Arte 21.241 (Mar 2005), p. 22.


A new kind of tourist trap

Art Review 56 (Feb 2005), p. 32-33.


Il met si dà al contemporaneo, eposto ‘nel suo contesto storico’ [The met devotes itself to the contemporary, exhibited ‘in its historical context’]

Giornale dell’Arte 21.237 (Nov 2004), p. 62.


Pellerossa col vizietto del gioco [Redskin with the vice of gambling] [National Museum of the American Indian]

Il Giornale dell’arte 21.236 (Oct 2004), p. 53.


Clyfford Still’s will fulfilled

The Art Newspaper 14.150 (Sep 2004), p. 1, 12.


Less circus, more focus [Venice Biennale]

(Co-author Anna Somers Cocks) The Art Newspaper 14.150 (Sep 2004), p. 8.


Major Latin American research project launched

The Art Newspaper 14.150 (Sep 2004), p. 13.


A vision without boundaries

Art Review 54 (Sep 2004), p. 86-89.


Chicago unveils its new art park

The Art Newspaper 14.149 (Jul 2004-Aug 2004), p. 5.


Metropolitan embraces contemporary art

The Art Newspaper 14.149 (Jul 2004-Aug 2004), p. 9.


Whitney announces major expansion again

The Art Newspaper 14.149 (Jul 2004-Aug 2004): 10.


Casino loan earns Boston unwelcome attention

The Art Newspaper 14.149 (Jul 2004-Aug 2004), p. 11.


Pastoral paint

Art and Antiques 27.6 (Jun 2004), p. 60-65.


A new international role for the Whitney

The Art Newspaper 14.148 (Jun 2004), p. 8.


Black museum faces closure [Charles H. Wright Museum of African-American History in Detroit]

The Art Newspaper 14.148 (June 2004), p. 9.


Top European collection for Charlotte [Bechtler Museum]

The Art Newspaper 14.148 (June 2004), p. 10.


The days of single ownership are over

The Art Newspaper 14.147 (May 2004), p. 13.


New broom sweeps clean [Adam Weinberg plans directorship at Whitney]

The Art Newspaper 14.144 (Feb 2004), p. 18.


Where dollars speak louder than protest [Havana Biennale]

The Art Newspaper 13.142 (Dec 2003), p. 27.


Market focus interview: American Indian art Ted Coe, the last of the campfire boys

The Art Newspaper 13.140 (Oct 2003), p. 43.


Stones Full of Life and Memory [Andy Goldsworthy]

New York Times, Late Edition (East Coast) [New York, N.Y] 14 Sep 2003, p. 2.35.


Guggengeim-Rio and Boston-Nagoya projects falter

The Art Newspaper 13.139 (Sep 2003), p. 12.


Eli Broad finances new building scheme for Los Angeles County Museum of Art

The Art Newspaper 13.138 (Jul 2003-Aug 2003), p. 14.


Come Step Inside My Monet (or Renoir, or Manet) [J. Seward Johnson]

New York Times, Late Edition (East Coast) [New York, N.Y] 15 June 2003, p. 2.30.


`I didn’t want to preside over the museum if it was not going to try something significant’ [Maxwell Anderson on Whitney resignation]

Art Newspaper 13.137 (Jun 2003), p. 14.


A Guggenheim for Brazil

(Co-author Victoria Verlichak) The Art Newspaper 13.135 (Apr 2003), p. 6.


What New Yorkers think of `wrap stars’ Christo’s and Jeanne-Claude’s mega-proposal for Central Park

The Art Newspaper 13.134 (Mar 2003), p. 8.


Lyrical colour

Art and Antiques 26.2 (Feb 2003), p. 66-69.


A Collector Who Can Let Go of His Treasures [Eugene V. Thaw]

The New York Times, Late Edition (East Coast) [New York, N.Y] 24 Nov 2002, p. a.42.


The $24 million blockbuster (Egyptian art tours North America)

The Art Newspaper, July-Aug. 2002, p. 7.


Following Weston’s twists and turns (Phillips Collection)

The Baltimore Sun, July 7, 2002, p. 1E.


Museum Head J. Carter Brown Dies

The New York Sun, June 17, 2002, p. 2.


Show of Netherlandish art another charm of Brugge

The Washington Times, June 15, 2002, p. E4.


ArtNew York’s Shifting Art Scene

Los Angeles Times, 12 May 2002, p. F.70.


Curator Robert Storr Leaves MoMA for Teaching Position at NYU

The New York Sun, May 31, 2002, p. 3.


MoMA May Lose One of Its Key Curators As Storr Weighs an Offer From NYU

The New York Sun, May 13, 2002, pp. 1, 4.


New York’s Shifting Art Scene

Los Angeles Times, May 12, 2002, Sunday Calendar, pp. 70-71.


Wall of Memories [Sept. 11 artifacts enter museum collections]

Smithsonian Magazine 33.1 (Apr 2002), p. 42.


Wall of Memories (preserving 9/11 victims shrine from Bellevue Hospital)

Smithsonian Magazine, April 2002, p. 42.


International trade show or cultural festival [ARCO Madrid] [Andy Goldsworthy at Storm King]

Art Newspaper (U.K.) 13.123 (Mar 2002), p. 35.


International Trade Show or cultural festival (Fair report: ARCO, Madrid)

The Art Newspaper, March 2002, p. 35.


Lest we forget (The aftermath of 11 September)

The Art Newspaper, Feb. 2002, p. 20.


Dynamic DuoNeue Galerie and American Folk Art Museum are as different as they are popular

Los Angeles Times, 9 Jan 2002, p. F.1.


Rockwell rides a wave of patriotism

The Baltimore Sun, Jan. 27, 2002, p. 8E.


Dynamic Duo (Neue Galerie and American Folk Art Museum, NY)

Los Angeles Times, Jan. 9, 2002, Calendar


The Mystery of Mu

Smithsonian 32.9 (Dec 2001), p. 36.


Lovely, misleading Renaissance visions (Renaissance portraits of women at National Gallery)

The Baltimore Sun, Dec. 16, 2001, p. 2E.


Projected images from the dawn of plug-in art (Whitney)

The Art Newspaper, Dec. 2001, p. 26.


View / Artifacts: Museums Return Indian Treasures

Wall Street Journal, 31 Aug 2001, p. W.13.


In a Downturn, Museums Remain Big Spenders Cautious Investments, Big Donors Offset Stock Market’s DeclineShrinking Endowments Ahead

Wall Street Journal, 21 Aug 2001, p. A.17.


Grasping the Global (5th Lyon Biennale of Contemporary Art)

Artnet Magazine (Artnet.com), Aug. 3, 2000.


Following Inspiration Across Hill and Dale

Wall Street Journal, 18 July 2000, p. A.20.


Following Inspiration Across Hill and Dale (Andy Goldsworthy at Storm King)

The Wall Street Journal, July 18, 2000, p. A20.


Landscape surveyors (Boston ICA’s Art on the Emerald Necklace)

The Art Newspaper, July-Aug. 2000, p. 23.


Open Letter: Out With The Old (revisionist installations at Tate and MoMA)

Everything Art Magazine No. 19 (June-July 2000), ArtStar.com.


Letter from London (museum round-up)

Everything Art Magazine No. 18 (June 2000), ArtStar.com.


Review / Museums: Tate and MoMA Rehang Themselves

Wall Street Journal, 12 May 2000, p. W15C.


The Tate Modern: Contents and Discontents

Insight Magazine (eartgroup.com), May 23, 2000.


Tate and MoMA Rehang Themselves

The Wall Street Journal, May 12, 2000, p. W15C.


Postmodern religious relativism (Schntgen Museum at Boston College)

The Art Newspaper, May 2000, p. 31.


U.S. Museums Acquire Top Asian Art But Not From Auctions

Wall Street Journal, 5 Apr 2000, p. A24.


U.S. Museums Acquire Top Asian Art but Not From Auctions

The Wall Street Journal, April 5, 2000, p. A24.


Edward Weston: Modern Master (MFA Boston)

Everything Art Magazine No. 16 (April-May 2000), ArtStar.com.


Going north to the South (Mexico’s San Carlos Museum)

The Art Newspaper, April 2000, p. 10.


Small lukewarm beer (NEA funding)

The Art Newspaper, April 2000, p. 5.


There’s More to English Art than Dead Sharks in Formaldehyde (Cornelia Parker at ICA Boston)

Everything Art Magazine No. 14 (April 2000), ArtStar.com.


Edward Weston: Modern Master [MFA Boston]

Everything Art Magazine No. 16 (April-May 2000), ArtStar.com.


Art: A Poet of the Mundane Cornelia Parker’s Conceptual Art Aims to Reverse Time And Capture the Inverse of Sound

Wall Street Journal, 21 Mar 2000, p. A24.


Funding America’s Permanent ‘Border Culture’ (NEA)

Everything Art Magazine No. 13 (March-April 2000), ArtStar.com.


Art: A Poet of the Mundane (Cornelia Parker at ICA Boston)

The Wall Street Journal, March 21, 2000, p. A24.


US 1999 museum acquisitions (comprehensive survey)

The Art Newspaper, March 2000, pp. 23-30.


We want students to hold these drawings in their hands (George and Maida Abrams)

The Art Newspaper, Feb. 2000, p. 28.


The Gallery: Chaos and Crowds

Wall Street Journal, 5 Jan 2000, p. A, 20:4.


The Gallery: Chaos and Crowds (Susan Rothenberg at MFA Boston)

The Wall Street Journal, Jan. 5, 2000, p. A20.


Talent draining away (MFA Boston)

The Art Newspaper, Jan. 2000, p. 6.


From beyond the Rio Grande and the Great Lakes (Mexican modern art in Canada)

The Art Newspaper, Jan. 2000, p. 12.


A 10th-Century Masterpiece or Modern Fraud Chinese Art Experts Are Split Over the Authenticity Of an Ink-on-Silk Scroll

Wall Street Journal, 13 Dec 1999, p. A, 32:1.


A 10th-Century Masterpiece or Modern Fraud? (The Metropolitan’s Riverbank)

The Wall Street Journal, Dec. 13, 1999, p. A32.


Respaldo al director de la ‘hecatombe [Endorsement of director of hecatombe] [MFA Boston]

El Periodico del Arte, Nov. 1999, p. 10.


Trade wisdom [Interview: Paul Gottlieb of Harry N. Abrams]

The Art Newspaper, Nov. 1999, p. 52.


Furor por los despidos [Rage over dismissals] [MFA Boston scandal]

El Periodico del Arte, Oct. 1999, p. 8.


Fountain (self-laundering dollar) [Leonid Lamm sculpture]

The Art Newspaper, Oct. 1999, p. 1.


Trustees back ‘massacre’ director, Malcolm Rogers [MFA Boston]

The Art Newspaper, Oct. 1999, p. 12.


Otros 7.000 metros cuadrados para el Chicago Art Institute (Interview: James Wood, director re: Renzo Piano)

El Periodico del Arte, Oct. 1999, p. 7.


A 75,000 square-foot expansion planned for the Chicago Art Institute

(interview: director James Wood re: Renzo Piano), The Art Newspaper, Sept. 1999, p. 20.


Staff sacking unleashes fury [Interview: MFA Boston director Malcolm Rogers]

The Art Newspaper, Sept. 1999, pp. 14-15.


The abolition of grants to artists has silenced the critics

The Art Newspaper, Sept. 1999, p. 8.


After a Massacre at the Boston Museum of Fine Arts, Sargent Reigns Serene

Wall Street Journal, 5 Aug 1999, p. A16.


After a Massacre at the Boston Museum of Fine Arts, Sargent Reigns Serene [MFA reorganization]

The Wall Street Journal, Aug. 5, 1999, p. A16.


Medio milenio en Toscana [Book review: Five Centuries of Sienese Painting]

El Periodico del Arte, Aug.-Sept. 1999, p. 36.


The Rothschild Affair: A Test of Austria’s Conscience

Wall Street Journal, 6 July 1999, p. A13.


The Rothschild Affair: A Test of Austria’s Conscience

The Wall Street Journal, July 6, 1999, p. A13.


I wanted to teach, in an almost subliminal way but I did not want to preach. That is still what I try to do [Interview: John Russell]

The Art Newspaper, July-Aug. 1999, p. 49.


Half a millennium in Tuscany [Book review: Sienese Painting]

The Art Newspaper, July-Aug. 1999, p. 55.


Paper Weight [Morgan Library collects modern drawings]

The Art Newspaper, June 1999, p. 22.


Anatomy of a fair: Art 1999 Chicago, 7 to 11 May

The Art Newspaper, May 1999, p. 72.


Ellsworth Kelly’s early years [Drawing exhibit at Harvard University Art Museum]

The Art Newspaper, May 1999, p. 16.


To the greater glory of antiquity [Metropolitan Museum’s new galleries of Greek art]

The Art Newspaper, May 1999, pp. 18-19.


El viaje imprevisto de Caravaggio [The unforeseen voyage of Caravaggio] [Exhibits at McMullen Museum, Boston and Wadsworth Atheneum, Hartford]

El Periodico de Arte, May 1999, p. 14.


Arte del siglo XX sobre el lago Michigan (Art 1999 Chicago)

El Periodico de Arte, May 1999, p. 39.


The Glory That Was . . .At the Met, Greek and Roman Antiquities Galleries Given a Grand Makeover

The Washington Post, 25 Apr 1999, p. G06.


View / Art: What Museums Got in ’98

Wall Street Journal, Eastern edition [New York, N.Y] 09 Apr 1999, p. W12.


What Museums Got in ’98

The Wall Street Journal, April 9, 1999, p. W12.


Not what the Pilgrim fathers had in mind [Caravaggio shows at Boston College and Wadsworth Atheneum]

The Art Newspaper, April 1999, p. 18.


Bill Wixom, grand acquisitor of medieval art [Interview: Metropolitan Museum’s director of Medieval Art & The Cloisters]

The Art Newspaper, April 1999, pp. 10-11.


El regalo de un ex alumno [The gift of an alumnus] [Raymond Nasher to Duke University Museum]

El Periodico del arte, March 1999, p. 9.


For Museums, an Acquisitive Age: Modern Works Lead the Way as Galleries Look to Fill Gaps in Their Collections

The Washington Post, 28 Feb 1999, p. G06.


Locally, a Time to Give and Receive

The Washington Post, 28 Feb 1999, p. G06.


A Dutchman’s Hearth and SoulIn Hartford, Conn., 17th-Century Painter Pieter de Hooch Steps Out of Vermeer’s Shadow

The Washington Post, 07 Feb 1999, p. G06.


For Museums, an Acquisitive Age [Washington, DC museum’s 1998 acquisitions]

The Washington Post, Feb. 28, 1999, G6.


A Dutchman’s Hearth and Soul [Pieter de Hooch at Wadsworth Atheneum in Hartford]

The Washington Post, Feb. 7, 1999, p. G6.


Graduate’s gift [Ray Nasher gift to Duke University]

The Art Newspaper, Feb. 1999, p. 50.


US and Canadian 1998 museum acquisitions

The Art Newspaper, Feb. 1999, pp. 26-31.


Hágase su voluntad (MoMA-Met Rockefeller bequest)

El Periodico del Arte, Dec. 1998, p. 8.


Thoroughly Modern Monet at Boston’s Fine Arts

The Washington Post, 25 Oct 1998, p. G05.


Thoroughly Modern Monet at Boston’s Fine Arts

The Washington Post, Oct. 25, 1998, p. G5.


Chaim Soutine’s Colorful Expression

The Washington Post, 19 July 1998, p. G07.


Casino profits fund Indian tribe’s mega-museum [Pequot Museum in Connecticut]

The Art Newspaper, July-Aug. 1998, p. 9.


Chaim Soutine’s Colorful Expression [Also Charles Ray and Andrew Wyeth at Whitney Museum]

The Washington Post, July 19, 1998, p. G7-8.


Critiquing the critic [Letter to the Editor: response to Hilton Kramer review of essay in Knoedler’s Frank Stella exhibition catalogue]

The New York Observer, June, 1998.


Sculpture’s Abstractions – In New York, Recent Shows Spotlight a Resilient Style

The Washington Post, 26 May 1998, p. C09.


Sculpture’s Abstractions [Serra, Noguchi, David Smith]

The Washington Post, May 26, 1998, p. C9.


La metamorfosis (Un importante cambio en el Museum Whitney de Nueva York) [The metamorphosis (An important change in the Whitney Museum of New York]

(Co-author J.A.Alvarez Reyes) El Periodico del Arte, May 1998, p. 7.


Pledge Broken? Sue. (Chicago MCA vs. Oliver-Hofmanns)

Art and Antiques, Apr. 1998, p. 19.


The American canon presented (half, so far)

(Whitney permanent- coll. galleries), The Art Newspaper, April 1998, p. 26.


The American canon presented (half, so far) [Whitney Museum’s permanent- collection galleries]

The Art Newspaper, April 1998, p. 26.


The instant, $20 million, English art collection [William Berger in Denver]

The Art Newspaper, April 1998, p. 23.


Whitney Gets Nadelmans…And Lewitts

ARTnewsletter, Feb. 24, 1998, p. 6.


Kimbell’s Director to Resign

ARTnewsletter, Feb. 10, 1998, p. 7.


Angels in America (How to borrow the Vatican’s best)

The Art Newspaper, Feb. 1998, p. 15.


Hack Artist [Vandal slashes Barnett Newman]

Art and Antiques, Feb. 1998, p. 20.


Le Vatican et son mecene (Cleveland show and Angels tour)

Le Journal des Arts, Feb. 27, 1998, p. 7.


Ovation pour le cble

Le Journal des Arts, Jan. 30, 1998, p. 5.


Kimbell Gets Its First Gauguin

ARTnewsletter, Jan. 27, 1998, p. 7.


Masterworks Moved in Protest

(Staechelin Coll. to the Kimbell), Art and Antiques, Jan. 1998, p. 20.


Arts channel breaks into New York market

The Art Newspaper, Jan. 1998, p. 21.


Fast money for the J.B. Speed Art Museum

The Art Newspaper, Jan. 1998, p. 9.


Victory for museum patrons

(Detroit), The Art Newspaper, Jan. 1998, p. 7.


David Smith’s Market Strengthens

ARTnewsletter, Dec. 30, 1997, pp. 4-5.


Met Acquires Best of Rubel

ARTnewsletter, Dec. 2, 1997, pp. 7-8.


La Svizzera firma l’Unidroit? E io mando i miei quadri in Texas [Staechelin Collextion to Kimbell]

Il Giornale dell’Arte, Dec. 1997, p. 16.


What is the Shumei religion

The Art Newspaper, Dec. 1997, p. 9.


Heavenly showcase for cult’s collection [The Miho Museum, Japan]

The Art Newspaper, Dec. 1997, pp. 8-9.


A Temple for Antiquities [Miho Museum, Kyoto]

The Washington Post, Nov. 30, 1997, p. G5.


Penn Historical Society Bows to Public Pressure

ARTnewsletter, Nov. 4, 1997, p. 4.


$10 million price tag in New York for Bockelberg (sic.) collection

The Art Newspaper, Nov. 1997, p. 36.


Bilbao’s Guggenheim: New Colossus

The Washington Post, 26 Oct 1997, p. G, 2:1.


Bilbao’s Guggenheim: New Colossus

The Washington Post, Oct. 26, 1997, p. G2.


Are Convicts Key to Gardner Theft

ARTnewsletter, Oct. 7, 1997, p. 8.


Historical Society Seeks to Sell Treasures

(Penn plan), ARTnewsletter, Oct. 7, 1997, p. 7.


Gardner Museum theft

Il Giornale dell’Arte, Oct. 1997, p. 10.


Lost City of the Incas saved by cloudburst

The Art Newspaper, Oct. 1997, p. 27.


Maker of world-class art museums [Tom Krens and Guggenheim Bilbao]

The Art Newspaper, Oct. 1997, p. 15.


New York proposes, Bilbao disposes [Guggenheim Bilbao]

The Art Newspaper, Oct. 1997, p. 15.


Thyssen and Heinemann give to the Frick

The Art Newspaper, Oct. 1997, p. 13.


Kimbell buys MoMA Monet

The Art Newspaper, Oct. 1997, p. 13.


Emptying Philadelphia’s attic [Pennsylvania Historical Society]

The Art Newspaper, Oct. 1997, p. 13.


Journalist ‘has seen’ missing Rembrandt

(Gardner theft), The Art Newspaper, Oct. 1997, p. 4.


Historical Society liquide ses collections

Le Journal des Arts, Oct. 10, 1997, p. 1.


Kimbell buys MoMA Monet, Lansdowne Bassano

ARTnewsletter, Sept. 23, 1997, pp. 5-6.


Upgrading to stay ahead (Museum thefts, US)

The Art Newspaper, Sept. 1997, p. 14.


Collection withdrawn from Swiss museums in protest against Unidroit [Staechelin Collection to Kimbell]

The Art Newspaper, Sept. 1997, p. 13.


Whitney teams up with Canadian Centre for Artchitecture

The Art Newspaper, Sept. 1997, p. 11.


Peace in prospect (Detroit Institute of Arts)

The Art Newspaper, Sept. 1997, p. 11.


Biggest benefactor slashes funding [Reader’s Digest reduces funding for Metropolitan Museum]

The Art Newspaper, Sept. 1997, p. 11.


US-Canadian accord over Indian artifacts

The Art Newspaper, Sept. 1997, p. 1.


Quella volta que per 3 dollari comprai un Duchamp [The time I bought a Duchamp for 3 dollars] [Interview: Robert Rauschenberg]

Il Giornale dell’Arte, Sept. 1997, pp. 20-21.


Business sure screwed up the art world universally [Interview: Robert Rauschenberg]

The Art Newspaper, Sept. 1997, p. 17.


La naturaleza muerta ya no es lo que era [Still-life isn’t what it used to be] [MoMA exhibition]

El Periodico del Arte, Aug.-Sept. 1997, p. 3.


L’antitrust americano: scandalo a Manhattan

Il Giornale dell’Arte, July-Aug. 1997, p. 91.


Deep in the art of Texas (Focus on Dallas)

The Art Newspaper, July-Aug. 1997, p. 68.


Records set, despite repatriation act (American Indian art, Sotheby’s New York)

The Art Newspaper, July-Aug. 1997, p. 55.


Top dealers and auction houses under investigation

The Art Newspaper, July-Aug. 1997, p. 54.


Bury my art at Wounded Knee (NAGPRA: the repatriation issue)

The Art Newspaper, July-Aug. 1997, p. 36.


What the critics said about Robert Hughes (Art on TV)

The Art Newspaper, July-Aug. 1997, p. 28.


Out of Africa to US via Belgium [Tervuren loan show]

The Art Newspaper, July-Aug. 1997, p. 13.


Mexico la mode (Siquieros, Izquierdo in Houston, New York)

The Art Newspaper, July-Aug. 1997, p. 13.


Proposed 90% cuts to National endowment for the Arts budget

The Art Newspaper, July-Aug. 1997, p. 5.


From ginger pots to Kleenex [Still-life show at MoMA]

The Art Newspaper, July-Aug. 1997, p. 13.


Guggenheim Bilbao Adds $50 Million in Postwar Art to Permanent Collection

ARTnewsletter, July 15, 1997, p. 1.


Montral et les fantasies du Design (Decorative Arts Museum)

Le Journal des Arts, July 4, 1997, p. 17.


Culture de sculptures [Culture of sculptures] [David Smith at Storm King]

Le Journal des Arts, July 4, 1997, p. 12.


Le march

Le Journal des Arts, July 4, 1997, p. 50.


Disgruntled Patron Threatens to Withdraw Works from Metropolitan [Robert Ellsworth]

ARTnewsletter, June 17, 1997, p. 6.


C.C. Wang: Emperor of Chinese Art

ARTnewsletter, June 17, 1997, p. 6.


Knoedler Donates to the Frick

ARTnewsletter, June 3, 1997, p. 8.


Whitney Biennial Buys

ARTnewsletter, June 3, 1997, p. 6.


Suspicacia en Nueva York ante ‘m [Mistrust in New York] [Guggenheim Bilbao]

El Periodico del Arte, June 1997, p. 7.


La Hispanic Society pide auxilio

El Periodico del Arte, June 1997, p. 5.


Drles de philanthropes (New Era scandal)

Le Journal des Arts, June 13, 1997, p. 3.


Kupka come-back [Dallas Museum retrospective]

The Art Newspaper, June 1997, p. 13.


The fields of David Smith (Storm King),

The Art Newspaper, June 1997, pp. 13.


A truth often trampled by rage, guilt, vengeance and political correctness (Detroit’s museum of African American history)

The Art Newspaper, June 1997, pp. 9.


Will the Detroit Institute of Arts be the first major US museum to close

The Art Newspaper, June 1997, p. 7.


354 million swindled [New Era fraud]

The Art Newspaper, June 1997, pp. 1-2.


Qui a peur de Kupka [Who’s afraid of Kupka] [Dallas Museum retrospective]

Le Journal des Arts, May 30, 1997, p. 7.


Fraud Scheme Snags Museums

ARTnewsletter, May 20, 1997, p. 5.


Deux Rodins sinon rien [Two Rodins or nothing] [Philadelphia Museum exhibitions]

Le Journal des Arts, May 2, 1997, p. 8.


Nasher comes through for Dallas [Nasher Sculpture Garden announced]

The Art Newspaper, May 1997, p. 9.


German Expressionist self-portraits [R.S. Johnson, Chicago]

The Art Newspaper, May 1997, p. 51.


Un monument a C

Le Journal des Arts, May 16, 1997, p. 23.


La bataille du 1% aux USA

Le Journal des Arts, Apr. 18, 1997, p. 5.


Biennale du Whitney: plus d’Etrangers

Le Journal des Arts, Apr. 4, 1997, p. 8.


En route pour Byzance [The way to Byzantium] [Metropolitan Museum exhibition]

Le Journal des Arts, Apr. 4, 1997, p. 7.


Glenn Lowry: une presentation plus globale des collections [Interview: MoMA director, Glenn Lowry]

Le Journal des Arts, Apr. 4, 1997, p. 25.


Aimez vous Abrams [Do you like Abrams] [Harry N. Abrams sold to French company]

Il Giornale dell’Arte, Apr. 1997, p. 78.


Lowry: ‘Si pu essere museo e restare moderni’ (Interview: MoMA director Glenn Lowry)

Il Giornale dell’Arte, Apr. 1997, p. 25.


Lovis Corinth, lessico familiare [Interview: Wilhelmine Corinth]

Il Giornale dell’Arte, Apr. 1997, p. 14.


Magisterial work of a lifetime finished (Rewald’s Cezanne catalogue)

The Art Newspaper, Apr. 1997, p. 33.


Top New York art publisher bought by young French giant [Harry N. Abrams acquired by Latingy]

The Art Newspaper, Apr. 1997, p. 33.


Picasso: the protean prodigy

(National Gallery exhibition), The Art Newspaper, Apr. 1997, p. 23.


Hand in hand: Rodin and Michelangelo

(Philadelphia exhibition), The Art Newspaper, Apr. 1997, p. 20.


Raymond Nasher: the world’s biggest private collector of modern sculpture [Guggenheim, NY exhibits Nasher Collection]

The Art Newspaper, Apr. 1997, p. 13.


No votes in killing the NEA

The Art Newspaper, Apr. 1997, p. 2.


New York: les nouvelles Echeances du MoMA,

Le Journal des Arts, Apr. 4, 1997, p. 25.


Magistrale C

Il Giornale dell’Arte, Apr. 1997, p. 77.


French Firm to Buy Harry N. Abrams, Inc.

ARTnewsletter, Mar. 25, 1997, p. 7.


Une visite chez Lovis Corinth [Interview: Wilhelmine Corinth]

Le Journal des Arts, Mar. 1997, p. 10.


Made by hand, telling stories and talking to the public [Whitney Biennial]

The Art Newspaper, March 1997, p. 12.


Top fine art photography fair [AIPAD NY]

The Art Newspaper, March 1997, p. 39.


Get thee hence, dinosaurs says the Brooklyn Museum

(new name and image), The Art Newspaper, March 1997, p. 11.


La Pan-american Biennial open, intimista ed elettronica (Whitney)

Il Giornale dell’arte, Mar. 1997, p. 18.


Sailing to Byzantium(Glory of Byzantium at Met)

The Art Newspaper, March 1997, p. 18.


La seconda et a dell’oro di Bisanzio (at Metropolitan)

Il Giornale dell’arte, Mar. 1997, p. 17.


Gertrude Stein asks: museum or modern? MoMA’s director replies (Interview: Glenn Lowry)

The Art Newspaper, March 1997, p. 8.


At home with Lovis Corinth [Interview: Wilhelmine Corinth]

The Art Newspaper, Feb. 1997, pp. 18-19.


A selection of 1996 US museum acquisitions

The Art Newspaper, Feb. 1997, pp. 12-15.


Der schone Po (Hanna Hoch at MoMA)

The Art Newspaper, Feb. 1997, p. 17.


More Museum Buys in 1996

ARTnewsletter, Jan. 28, 1997, p. 6.


Contemporary Art Acquisitions by Major Museums

ARTnewsletter, Jan. 28, 1997, p. 5.


Abolala Soudavar: bibliophily in the blood

The Art Newspaper, Jan. 1997, p. 6.


Un direttore coraggiosissimo per un museo modernissimo [The bravest director for the most modern museum] [Shanghai]

Il Giornale dell’Arte, Dec. 1996, p. 23.


Casta Paintings [Americas Society, NY exhibition]

Le Journal des Arts, Dec. 1996, p. 9.


Le regard persan de la Sackler Gallery (Washington espre conserver la collection Soudavar)

Le Journal des Arts, Dec. 1996, p. 10.


Casta paintings: a racial study book [Americas Society, NY exhibition]

The Art Newspaper, Dec. 1996, p. 19.


New York revives an old love affair with Corot (The Met, Brooklyn and Salander-O’Reilly Gallery)

The Art Newspaper, Dec. 1996, p. 18.


The Peale dynasty (Philadelphia)

The Art Newspaper, Dec. 1996, p. 15.


The dealers who brokered the sales from The Hermitage (Knoedler and Co.: a chronicle of art collecting in America)

The Art Newspaper, Dec. 1996, pp. 24-25.


US Court abolishes ‘decency standards’ for Federal arts grants

The Art Newspaper, Dec. 1996, p. 6.


Shanghai jette un pont entre Orient et Occident (Shanghai Museum),

Le Journal des Arts, Nov. 1996, p. 35.


Una scienza altamente inesatta: la datazione dei bronzi (Harvard’s show at Toledo Museum)

Il Giornale dell’arte, Nov. 1996, p. 69.


Times Mirror c de Abrams

Le Journal des Arts, Nov. 1996, p. 7.


A half century of Ellsworth Kelly at the Guggenheim

The Art Newspaper, Nov. 1996, p. 15.


Forgery is fun for all (Nelson-Atkins show),

The Art Newspaper, Nov. 1996, p. 19.


Abrams for sale: non arrivata al 12% di profitti

Il Giornale dell’arte, Oct. 1996, p. 76.


Bronzes, the rarest and most valuable classical art (Toledo, Ohio/Cambridge, Mass.)

The Art Newspaper, Oct. 1996, p. 13.


The hall of embracing antiquity [Kaikodo Gallery, NY]

The Art Newspaper, Oct. 1996, p. 44.


Leading US art book publisher for sale [Harry Abrams]

The Art Newspaper, Oct. 1996, p. 21.


Neue Sachlichkeit in Amerika [Grant Wood at Worcester Museum]

The Art Newspaper, Oct. 1996, p. 20.


A glittering new museum for China (Shanghai)

The Art Newspaper, Oct. 1996, p. 8.


Let’s all pull together (The Harbourfront Centre, Toronto)

The Art Newspaper, Oct. 1996, p. 6.


Tutte le strade portano a Johns [Jasper Johns retrospective at MoMA]

Il Giornale dell’arte, Oct. 1996, p. 14.


Jasper Johns: more than the slayer of Abstract Expressionist giants [Interview: Kirk Varnedoe of MoMA]

The Art Newspaper, Oct. 1996, p. 16-17.


PaceWildenstein get Hepworths from Marlborough

The Art Newspaper, Oct. 1996, p. 2.


Les Rothschild du cour (Jewish Museum, NY)

Le journal des arts, Oct. 1996, p. 14.


Chinese Auction Houses Posting High Prices

ARTnewsletter, Sept. 24, 1996, p. 7.


$2-Million Daumier Acquired by Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco

ARTnewsletter, Sept. 24, 1996, p. 5.


Andersons Donate $5-Million Dollars of Pop Prints

ARTnewsletter, Sept. 24, 1996, pp. 4-5.


PaceWildenstein Picks Up Hepworth Estate

ARTnewsletter, Sept. 24, 1996, p. 3.


U.S. Attorney Foils Attempted Art Fraud

ARTnewsletter, Sept. 10, 1996, pp. 2-3.


American Express: la mappa dei cento siti a rischio [American Express: the map of one hundred sites at risk] [World Monuments Watch]

Il giornale dell’arte, Sept. 1996, p. 76.


But does it still work in a museum [Miami Art Museum]

The Art Newspaper, Sept. 1996, p. 20.


Sometimes it moves sideways and sometimes it moves backwards but generally speaking it will move forward [The Wolfsonian, Miami]

The Art Newspaper, Sept. 1996, p. 12.


Annenberg millions put arts back into New York schools

The Art Newspaper, Sept. 1996, p. 7.


Opulent Jewry in European history [Jewish Museum, NY]

The Art Newspaper, Sept. 1996, p. 16.


Private Dealers Beware (Birth of an Art Fairs Association)

The Art Newspaper, Sept. 1996, p. 6.


Musical chairs (U.S. museums: Post-Carter Brown reshuffle)

The Art Newspaper, July-Sept. 1993, p. 9.


American Express vole au secours du patrimoine mondial [World Monuments Watch]

Le Journal des Arts, July-Aug. 1996, p. 47.


Virtuel Guggenheim [Guggenheim Soho]

Le Journal des Arts, July-Aug. 1996, p. 46.


Washington sous le signe des Olmques

Le Journal des Arts, July-Aug. 1996, p. 15.


Ceci n’est pas une retrospective [This is not a retrospective] [Magritte at Montreal MFA]

The Art Newspaper, July-Aug. 1996, p. 12.


Regain d’espoir au Lacma [Renewal of hope at LACMA] [Graham Beal named director]

Le Journal des Arts, July-Aug. 1996, p. 20.


Matre Corbis tient un fromage

Le Journal des Arts, July-Aug. 1996, p. 8.


Tamayo mural to stay in Texas

The Art Newspaper, July-Aug. 1996, p. 16.


Perls adds gems to the Met

The Art Newspaper, July-Aug. 1996, p. 14.


Olmec art by secret convoy [National Gallery of Art exhibition]

The Art Newspaper, July-Aug. 1996, p. 10.


Tissot in Ontario [Art Gallery of Ontario exhibition]

The Art Newspaper, July-Aug. 1996, p. 11.


Whitney and Philadelphia work a mutually beneficial deal

The Art Newspaper, July-Aug. 1996, p. 13.


Meyerhoff et compagnie

Le Journal des Arts, July-Aug. 1996, p. 9.


Brooklyn Museum director steps down after thirteen tough years

The Art Newspaper, July-Aug. 1996, p. 13.


Doria Pamphilj treasures visit America [Interview: Prince Jonathan Doria Pamphilj on National Gallery of Art exhibition]

The Art Newspaper, July-Aug. 1996, p. 12.


Getty sticks with antiquities

The Art Newspaper, July-Aug. 1996, pp. 1, 17.


Un musee americain vend des Degas et des Manet [Shelburne Museum deaccessions]

Le Journal des Arts, July-Aug. 1996, p. 45.


Biting sharks (Winslow Homer at the Metropolitan)

The Art Newspaper, July-Aug. 1996, p. 10.


1492 plus some (Brooklyn Museum’s Converging Cultures)

The Art Newspaper, July-Aug. 1996, p. 7.


Dealer Klaus G. Perls’ Collection: A Year of Dispersals

ARTnewsletter, June 25, 1996, pp. 5-6.


Baltimore Museums Acquire Lucas Collection

ARTnewsletter, June 25, 1996, p. 5.


Double Exposure for Gregory Gillespie

ARTnewsletter, June 11, 1996, pp. 7-8.


Chicago joue dans la cour des grands: Ouverture du nouveau Museum of Contemporary Art

Le Journal des Arts, June 1996, p. 29.


How to make money in contemporary art perhaps [Review: Polsky’s Art Market Guide]

The Art Newspaper, June 1996, p. 29.


The credit card comes to the aid of culture [AmEx funds World Monuments Watch]

The Art Newspaper, June 1996, p. 26.


Deep, edgy stuff in $5 million gift to MoMA [Elaine Dannheisser donation]

The Art Newspaper, June 1996, p. 17.


Very popular post-Glasnost Chagall [Exhibition at Jewish Museum, NY]

The Art Newspaper, June 1996, p. 8.


Havemeyer legacy to be sold off by Sotheby’s [Shelburne Museum deaccessions]

The Art Newspaper, June 1996, p. 15.


How fares the digital revolution [Corbis photography archive]

The Art Newspaper, June 1996, p. 6.


Le Congres americain sort son revolver

Le Journal des Arts, June 1996, pp. 1, 4.


L’appel de Chelsea (La nouvelle Mecque new-yorkaise de l’art contemporain)

Le journal des arts, May 1996, p. 66.


Picasso et le Portrait’: le chant du cygne de William Rubin

Le journal des arts, May 1996, pp. 16-17.


Le Lacma n’est pas sectaire

(Christian Science settlement), Le journal des arts, May 1996, p. 55.


Tutto come ai tempi dei Pequot, profumi compresi

(Pequot Indian Museum), Il Giornale dell’arte, May 1996, p. 30.


Non pi laica l’arte ebraica (Jewish Museum)

Il Giornale dell’arte, May 1996, p. 24.


A dealer who hates decorators

(R. Stanley Johnson), The Art Newspaper, May 1996, p. 46.


Who gave how much to the Art Institute

The Art Newspaper, May 1996, p. 42.


Chicago’s answer to MoMA [Chicago MCA opens new building]

The Art Newspaper, May 1996, p. 41.


Are you asking me what art is? [Interview: Chicago MCA chairman Allen M. Turner]

The Art Newspaper, May 1996, p. 40.


An Englishman for Los Angeles [Graham W. J. Beal named director of LACMA]

The Art Newspaper, May 1996, p. 18.


State-of-the-art and out-of-the-state [MoMA’s new film archive]

The Art Newspaper, May 1996, p. 17.


Guggenheim goes virtual (Deutsche Telekom backs high-tech installations at the struggling SoHo branch)

The Art Newspaper, May 1996, p. 17.


An arts lottery for America [Congress plans to kill NEA and NEH]

The Art Newspaper, May 1996, pp. 1, 8.


La renovation du British Museum a coeur ouvert (Interview: Robert Anderson)

Le journal des arts, May 1996, p. 58.


Asian Art Experts Open Gallery [Kaikodo Gallery, NY]

ARTnewsletter, Apr. 16, 1996, pp. 6-7.


New GATT Regulations Enforce Foreign Copyrights in U.S.

ARTnewsletter, Apr. 16, 1996, pp. 5-6.


Chelsea art district continues to grow, with Dia as its anchor

The Art Newspaper, Apr. 1996, p. 33.


Picasso and portraiture: a long and fruitful relationship (Interview MoMA’s William Rubin)

The Art Newspaper, Apr. 1996, pp. 24-25.


Russians recreate their recreations (Jackson, Mississippi)

The Art Newspaper, Apr. 1996, p. 8.


Christian Science’s loss is LACMA’s gain

The Art Newspaper, Apr. 1996, p. 15.


Amber room recreated in New York

The Art Newspaper, Apr. 1996, p. 10.


Art down on the farm [Meyerhoff Collection at the National Gallery of Art]

The Art Newspaper, Apr. 1996, p. 10.


Russians recreate their recreations (Jackson, Mississippi)

The Art Newspaper, Apr. 1996, p. 8.


Comment devenir ‘trop juif’ en une leon (Jewish Museum show)

Le Journal des Arts, Apr. 1996, p. 18.


L’Amrique espagnole (Colonial show at Brooklyn Museum)

Le Journal des Arts, Apr. 1996, p. 14.


Art down on the farm

(Meyerhoff Collection at the National Gallery of Art), The Art Newspaper, Apr. 1996, p. 10.


Museums to face copyright problems [GATT legislation]

The Art Newspaper, Apr. 1996, p. 2.


FotoFest 96 crie famine

Le journal des arts, Mar. 1996, p. 18.


Guerra fredda e arte che scotta: sul mercato la Cia va come una spia [Norton Dodge Collection at Zimmerli Museum]

Il Giornale dell’arte, Mar. 1996, p. 26.


Rembrandt/Not Rembrandt [Metropolitan Museum exhibition]

Atelier, Mar. 1996, pp. 48-55.


New photo series from MoMA

The Art Newspaper, Mar. 1996, p. 21.


No reservations on gambling and museum mix (The Pequot Tribal Nation)

The Art Newspaper, Mar. 1996, p. 19.


Chicago gearing up for new MCA

The Art Newspaper, Mar. 1996, p. 14.


The nation’s attic’ turns 150 (Smithsonian Institution)

The Art Newspaper, Mar. 1996, p. 14.


A tax-exempt bond is a joy forever (Financial outlook stable for America’s biggest museums)

The Art Newspaper, Mar. 1996, p. 4.


Too Jewish

(Jewish Museum), The Art Newspaper, Mar. 1996, p. 7.


FotoFest for less (Houston)

The Art Newspaper, Mar. 1996, p. 4.


Le cadeau de Smithson en tourne (150th anniversary)

Le journal des arts, Mar. 1996, p. 40.


The Pollock family in print (Krasner catalogue raisonn, and supplement to Pollock catalogue)

The Art Newspaper, Mar. 1996, p. 21.


De faux Dal

Le journal des arts, Mar. 1996, p. 54.


What Else is MoMA Buying

The ARTnewsletter, Feb. 20, 1996, p. 3.


A Boston, fatalismo ed extraterrestri alla conferenza annuale della College Art Association

Il Giornale dell’arte, Feb. 1996, p. 2.


PaceWildenstein to curate midtown sculpture space (New York)

The Art Newspaper, Feb. 1996, p. 26.


$50 million from Japanese for Boston loan

(Nagoya), The Art Newspaper, Feb. 1996, p. 13.


Hirings, firings and retirements (US museums)

The Art Newspaper, Feb. 1996, p. 12.


A look inside the new Outsider Art Museum (Boston) [sic., Baltimore]

The Art Newspaper, Feb. 1996, p. 11.


CAA much obsessed by death

The Art Newspaper, Feb. 1996, p. 4.


Budget battle and blizzard hit Vermeer

The Art Newspaper, Feb. 1996, p. 2.


Copley’s two lives in two exhibitions

The Art Newspaper, Feb. 1996, p. 8.


New York Times buys into Ovations (Art on TV)

The Art Newspaper, Feb. 1996, p. 1.


Rivoluzionario come Giotto, sensuale come il Barocco, eccitante come la musica (Al Guggenheim l’Astrattismo secondo Rosenthal)

Il Giornale dell’arte, Feb. 1996, p. 10.


It’s sensual, it’s exciting: it’s abstract (Interview: Mark Rosenthal, curator of Abstraction in the twentieth century at the Guggenheim)

The Art Newspaper, Feb. 1996, p. 6.


Paul Mellon Spreads the Wealth

ARTnewsletter, Jan. 9, 1996, p. 3.


Getty Focuses on 19th-Century Works

ARTnewsletter, Jan. 9, 1996, p. 2.


Bountiful Harvest For U.S. Museums

ARTnewsletter, Jan. 9, 1996, pp. 1-2.


Marlborough s’en va-t-en guerre au Chili

Le Journal des Arts, Jan. 1996, p. 42.


Lend us your Old Masters and antiquities [Knight-Pew collection sharing program]

The Art Newspaper, Jan. 1996, p. 16.


It takes Monet to make money (Museum overcrowding)

The Art Newspaper, Jan. 1996, p. 15.


Canada’s ArtBank may go private to survive

The Art Newspaper, Jan. 1996, p. 2.


The buyers and the givers of 1995 (A round-up of US and Canadian museum acquisitions)

The Art Newspaper, Jan. 1996, pp. 12-13,17.


La Legion d’honneur rendue a San Francisco

Le Journal des Arts, Jan. 1996, p. 20.


Les musees americains plus que jamais tributaires du mecenat

Le Journal des Arts, Jan. 1996, p. 33.


Venetian Splendours in Minneapolis [MFA Budapest loan exhibition]

The Art Newspaper, Dec. 1995, p. 11.


Metropolitan racks up funds for Greek and Roman redo

The Art Newspaper,Dec. 1995, p. 13.


Who are the richest and most generous of them all [Private gifts to US museums]

The Art Newspaper, Dec. 1995, p. 13.


Mellon giving goes on and on [Virginia MFA]

The Art Newspaper, Dec. 1995, p. 13.


Big corporate art tours the US [PaineWebber collection]

The Art Newspaper,Dec. 1995, p. 11.


Venetian Splendours in Minneapolis [MFA Budapest loan exhibition]

The Art Newspaper,Dec. 1995, p. 11.


Asia’s own biennial (Kwangju, Korea)

The Art Newspaper, Dec. 1995, p. 9.


Inuit art saves premier (Canadian Art Bank)

The Art Newspaper, Dec. 1995, p. 2.


We’ve impounded these fakes now we’re selling them [US government sells Dali forgeries]

The Art Newspaper, Dec. 1995, p. 1.


Il sensuale ermetismo di Hodgkin  [The sensual hermeticism of Hodgkin] [Exhibit at Metropolitan Museum]

Il Giornale dell’arte, Dec. 1995, p. 16.


Asia’s own biennial (Kwangju, Korea)

The Art Newspaper, Dec. 1995, p. 9.


Sventramento per la Legion of Honordemolizione e riconstruzione per il centenario del De Young e un nuovo architetto per il Mexican Museum (San Francisco)

Il Giornale dell’arte, Dec. 1995, p. 21.


Much loved but still mysterious: Vermeer (National Gallery of Art, Washington)

The Art Newspaper, Nov. 1995, p. 14.


Art after the generals: Marlborough move in [Chile]

The Art Newspaper, Nov. 1995, p. 38.


A new museum seeks to disclose the secret language of design [Interview: Mitchell Wolfson, Miami]

The Art Newspaper, Nov. 1995, p. 18.


Much loved but still mysterious: Vermeer (National Gallery of Art, Washington)

The Art Newspaper, Nov. 1995, p. 14.


Furniture’ and architecture invade the art (The Carnegie International)

The Art Newspaper, Nov. 1995, p. 12.


Edvard Munch, yes: Harald Sohlberg, who [National Academy of Design, NY exhibition]

The Art Newspaper, Oct. 1995, p. 9.


Gli smalti Limoges hanno pagato lo scotto della popolarità [The Limoges enamels have paid the price of their popularity] [Metropolitan Museum and Louvre exhibitions]

Il Giornale dell’arte, Oct. 1995, p. 14.


rer americano che piace ai giapponesi (Andrew Wyeth a Kansas City)

Il Giornale dell’arte, Oct. 1995, p. 19.


Enamels of Limoges: victims of their own success [Metropolitan Museum and Louvre exhibitions]

The Art Newspaper, Oct. 1995, p. 8.


The British Museum, Now and in the Future: An Interview With the Director (Dr. Robert Anderson)

Tabula (American Friends of The British Museum), Issue 1, Vol. 1 (Fall 1995), pp. 1, 5.


Secrets of Egyptian Collection Revealed at ‘Meet the Scholar

Tabula (American Friends of The British Museum), Issue 1, Vol. 1 (Fall 1995), pp. 2-4.


Twentieth-century D

The Art Newspaper, Oct. 1995, pp. 13-14.


Hopper, Scarface e Psycho (Al Whitney Museum)

Il Giornale dell’Arte, July-Aug. 1995, p. 14.


Stati Uniti: Non esistono donazioni disinteressate

Il Giornale dell’Arte (Speciale Sponsor: Inchiesta internazionale) July-Aug. 1995, no pagination.


Totally new De Young (San Francisco)

The Art Newspaper, June 1995, p. 17.


Can MASSMOCA become a breadwinner for the Berkshires

The Art Newspaper, June 1995, p. 16.


Hirshhorn gives to the Corcoran [Olga Hirshhorn gift]

The Art Newspaper, June 1995, p. 16.


Ottoman splendors in Texas [Topkapi exhibition at MFA Houston]

The Art Newspaper, June 1995, p. 13.


The Whitney does Hopper again, but differently

The Art Newspaper, June 1995, p. 11.


More masterpieces for MOMA [Louise Reinhardt Smith gifts]

The Art Newspaper, June 1995, p. 15.


Adding the Y chromosome to MOMA (Elizabeth Murray’s Artist’s Choice exhibition)

The Art Newspaper, June 1995, p. 8.


Wesselmann Sues Former Publisher

The Artnewsletter, May 2, 1995, p. 7.


IBM downloads (Sotheby’s New York)

The Art Newspaper, May 1995, p. 28.


A wake or a birthday party [MFA Boston’s 125th anniversary]

The Art Newspaper, May 1995, p. 16.


Museum of Modern Art to sell at Christie’s

The Art Newspaper, May 1995, p. 15.


Henry goes to Hollywood (PaceWildenstein mount outdoor display of Henry Moore)

The Art Newspaper, Apr. 1995, p. 32.


Gingrichisation’ threatens the US arts agencies (The American cultural community is on the ropes, trying to forestall what some are calling a ‘Congressional fatwa’)

The Art Newspaper, Apr. 1995, pp. 20-22.


The Met turns 125 with more blush than bluster

The Art Newspaper, Apr. 1995, p. 14.


Who will stand up for Kitaj

The Art Newspaper, Apr. 1995, p. 9.


Offensive reactionnaire au Congres (Le Fonds national pour les arts menace)

Le Journal des Arts, Apr. 1995, p. 4.


Kandinsky essentiel (MoMA-New York)

Le Journal des arts, Mar. 1995, p. 14.


A kinder, gentler Whitney Biennial

The Art Newspaper, Mar. 1995, p. 3.


Une Biennale assagie (Whitney Museum)

Le Journal des arts, Mar. 1995, p. 14.


Il Whitney lancia l’ampliamento temporaneo

Il Giornale dell’Arte, Mar. 1995, p. 26.


Summit per gli interventi di emergenza (Washington)

Il Giornale dell’Arte, Mar. 1995, p. 8.


Les hamburgers d’Oldenburg (National Gallery-Washington)

Le Journal des arts, Mar. 1995, p. 14.


Gonzalez-Torres et Bleckner uptown, Tapies downtown (Guggenheim Museum-New York)

Le Journal des arts, Mar. 1995, p. 14.


Contrordine al Whitney: correct s

Il Giornale dell’Arte, Mar. 1995, p. 23.


L’Expressionnisme aggrave de Nolde (Boston)

Le Journal des arts, Mar. 1995, p. 15.


Celant cura i clonati di Oldenburg [Celant curates Oldenburg’s clones]

Il Giornale dell’Arte, Feb. 1995, p. 9.


Kandinskij: ricomposte le ‘Composizioni’ [Kandinsky: The “Compositions” recomposed] [MoMA exhibition]

Il Giornale dell’Arte, Feb. 1995, p. 10.


Photographs in focus (The Getty Museum, Malibu: First overview of second greatest photo archive in North America)

The Art Newspaper, Feb. 1995, p. 26.


Outsize Oldenburg (Washington DC)

The Art Newspaper, Feb. 1995, p. 16.


Kandinsky’s ‘Compositions’ a connoisseur’s show (MoMA)

The Art Newspaper, Feb. 1995, p. 16.


Nolde, the rejected Nazi (Boston and Los Angeles)

The Art Newspaper, Feb. 1995, p. 16.


Hirings and firings (United States)

The Art Newspaper, Feb. 1995, p. 12.


Earthquake-proofing the Old Masters (San Francisco)

The Art Newspaper, Feb. 1995, p. 9.


La Cretica de Arte en la Prensa

Diario 16 (Madrid), Feb. 4, 1995,


What if the Japanese earthquake had hit the US (Washington DC: American conservators meet to discuss the safeguarding of monuments and museums in natural emergencies)

The Art Newspaper, Feb. 1995, p. 23.


I consider Tapies the best Spanish artist (SoHo, New York: Guggenheim curator Carmen Gimenez on her latest show)

The Art Newspaper, Feb. 1995, p. 17.


Il direttore del nuovo museo degli Indiani d’America e Cheyenne

Il Giornale dell’Arte, Jan. 1995, p. 22.


International symposium considers questions surrounding WWII loot (New York)

The Art Newspaper, Jan. 1995, p. 20.


Skid-row revived by culture and commerce [San Francisco’s Yerba Buena Center]

The Art Newspaper, Jan. 1995, p. 8.


This is a great moment in the life of the Whitney’ (New York: As the offices move out, the museum gains a whole floor for the collections)

The Art Newspaper, Jan. 1995, p. 7.


An artistic jump start (New York City’s Culture budget)

The Art Newspaper, Jan. 1995, pp. 1-2.


La pop star du Musee de Baltimore (Andy Warhol en vedette dans les nouvelles salles)

Le Journal des arts, Jan. 1995, p. 20.


Des associations litistes (Members associations at U.S. museums)

Le Journal des arts, Jan. 1995, p. 17.


Negli Usa ora il furto d’arte un delitto contro la nazione

Il Giornale dell’Arte, Jan. 1995, p. 8.


Le jack-pot des Pequots (Les bandits-manchots au service des Indiens)

Le Journal des Arts, Jan. 1995, p. 20.


Multiculturalism without political correctness (San Francisco: Center for the Arts at Yerba Buena GardensThe thirteen attractions of Yerba Buena)

The Art Newspaper, Jan. 1995, p. 9.


Bill Gates’s mega-database of world art

The Art Newspaper, Dec. 1994, pp. I-II.


A Warhol wonderland for Baltimore (Baltimore Museum)

The Art Newspaper, Dec. 1994, p. 19.


A colour-by-numbers picture of US museums (Washington DC: Facts and figures from the American Association of Museums)

The Art Newspaper, Dec. 1994, p. 18.


Gambling on art (American Indians: Pequot tribe funds Smithsonian)

The Art Newspaper, Dec. 1994, p. 18.


Bought, begged or bequesthed in 1994 (US museum acquisitions)

The Art Newspaper, Dec. 1994, pp. 16-17.


More museum moves (US)

The Art Newspaper, Dec. 1994, p. 15.


The Reveries of Redon

The New York Review of Art, Dec. 1994, pp. 7-9.


Big art theft now a federal crime (Crime: The thief must live in prolonged fear)

The Art Newspaper, Dec. 1994, p. 2.


Giacometti at Acquavella (New York: Distinguished lenders involved)

The Art Newspaper, Nov. 1994, p. 33.


Six-figure sum for Frida Kahlo’s journal (New York: Abrams’s winning bid for 170-page illulstrated diary)

The Art Newspaper, Nov. 1994, p. 23.


FotoFest 94 emphasises global environmental concerns

(Houston), The Art Newspaper, Nov. 1994, p. 20.


The Whitney juggles with space (New York: The museum adds to its real estate holdings, and takes on management of the Landau collection)

The Art Newspaper, Nov. 1994, p. 15.


American Indians get their due [Smithsonian Institution opens National Museum of the American Indian]

The Art Newspaper, Nov. 1994, p. 13.


Houston Fotofest’, petit frere du Mois de la photo

Le Journal des arts, Nov. 1994, p. 20.


Premiere retrospective Baldus (Metropolitan Museum of Art)

Le Journal des arts, Nov. 1994, p. 20.


Corporations favour political correctness (USA) [The International Scene: Sponsorship and Corporate Collecting]

The Art Newspaper, Oct. 1994, p. VIII.


IBM’s collection for sale [The International Scene: Sponsorship and Corporate Collecting]

The Art Newspaper, Oct. 1994, p. XII.


Alamo Rent a Car takes art museums for a spin [The International Scene: Sponsorship and Corporate Collecting]

The Art Newspaper, Oct. 1994, p. IV.


US tax penalties [The International Scene: Sponsorship and Corporate Collecting]

The Art Newspaper, Oct. 1994, p. I.


Epilepsy and sibling rivalry [Odilon Redon in Amsterdam]

The Art Newspaper, Oct. 1994, p. 17.


The Cloisters buys a lion (London/New York)

The Art Newspaper, Oct. 1994, p. 33.


I still believe in the hand of the artist’ (Art Newspaper interview: Eugene Thaw, connoisseur, dealer, collector, and patron of the Morgan Library discusses his life and work)

The Art Newspaper, Oct. 1994, p. 24-25.


Corcoran sells its Stradivari for $15 million (Washington, D.C.: Two violins, a viola and cello bought by Japanese foundation)

The Art Newspaper, Oct. 1994, p. 12.


The Kimbell still fancies Europeans (Brain drain: Joachim Pissarro arrives from Lausanne)

The Art Newspaper, Oct. 1994, p. 10.


The museum carousel (USA and Canada: Who has moved where)

The Art Newspaper, Oct. 1994, p. 10.


Burton and Helaine Fendelman on: American Paint Decorated Furniture and Folk Art

The Appraiser, Oct. 1994, pp. 4-6.


Ma Leonardo si vende lo stesso (Il museo Hammer vince il 1? round della battaglia legale)

Il Giornale dell’Arte, Oct. 1994, pp. 78.


Le Praemium Imperiale vise a accootre le rule du Japon dans la creation mondiale (Un entretien avec David Rockefeller)

Le Journal des Arts, Oct. 1994, p. 4.


L’aquamanile de Nuremberg au Cloisters (New York: Un septieme aquamanile pour le musee)

Le Journal des Arts, Oct. 1994, p. 25.


Le dernier codex de Leonard aux encheres (Los Angeles: Le Musee Armand Hammer met en vente le precieux carnet chez Christie’s New York)

Le Journal des Arts, Oct. 1994, p. 3.


Le dernier codex de Leonard aux encheres (Los Angeles: Le Musee Armand Hammer met en vente le precieux carnet chez Christie’s New York)

Le Journal des Arts, Oct. 1994, p. 3.


Ho i miei buoni motivi per sostenere che quei disegni sono falsi/veri (Il Giornale dell’Arte mette faccia a faccia in un emozionante confronto l’esperto Heiner Bastian e il allerista Julius Hummel sullo scandalo dei disegni di Beuys)

Il Giornale dell’Arte, Sept. 1994, pp. 48-49.


La saga des faux dessins de Beuys (Vienne-Berlin-New York: Bataille de marchand ed d’expert autour des dessins du Guggenheim)

Le Journal des Arts, Sept. 1994, p. 7.


Quatre Stradivarius pour le Japon (Washington: De la Corcoran Gallery la Japon Music Foundation)

Le Journal des Arts, Sept. 1994, p. 20.


Catalogue Raisonne for Rothko

The ARTnewsletter, Sept. 20, 1994, pp. 7-8.


Odilon Redon revele (Chicago: Collaboration americano-hollando- anglaise pour une grande retrospective)

Le Journal Des Arts, Sept. 1994, p. 12.


Le Musee des beaux-arts s’agrandit (Houston: Au Texas, on sait faire face a la recession)

Le Journal des Arts, July-Aug.,1994, p. 23.


Redon ReconsideredIn Chicago, the First Major U.S. Retrospective of the Artist’s Works

The Washington Post, 31 July 1994, p. g06.


US publisher draws a royal flush (New York: Harry N. Abrams adds the Guggenheim to its stable of museums

The Art Newspaper, July-Sept. 1994, p. 27.


A Japanese Nobel in the arts worth $100,000 each (The 1994 Praemium Imperiale awards: David Rockefeller Jr, talks about his role as adviser)

The Art Newspaper, July-Sept. 1994, p. 8.


I’m right and you’re wrong!’ ‘No, I’m right and you’re wrong! (The Joseph Beuys drawings scandal: Expert Heiner Bastian explains why the drawings are fakes while the dealer who owns them defends himself

The Art Newspaper, July-Sept. 1994, pp. 5-6.


Native American Graves [response to letter to the editor]

The Art Newspaper, July-Sept. 1994, p. 3.


Gli istinti fratricidi di Redon (Chicago, Amsterdam, Londra: Una mostra getta nuova luce sulla tormentata figura del simbolista)

Il Giornale dell’Arte, July-Sept. 1994, p. 8.


Redon Reconsidered (In Chicago, the First major U.S. Retrospective of the Artist’s Works)

The Washington Post, July 31, 1994, pp. G6-7.


A Joseph Cornell Cornucopia (It’s What’s in the Box That Counts)

ARTnewsletter, June 14, 1994, pp. 2-3.


Gary Vikan directeur de la Walters Art Gallery

Le journal des arts, June 1994, p. 20.


? nous deux, Chicago! (Les bronzes de Botero sur les bords du lac Michigan

Le Journal des Arts, June 1994, p. 15.


Doutes sur la Fondation Ise (New York)

Le Journal des Arts, June 1994, p. 5.


US collaborates with Mali (Cultural property)

The Art Newspaper, June 1994, p. 7.


Clement Greenberg: As the art world remembers him [Interviews with John Russell, Hilton Kramer, William Rubin, Robert Rosenblum, Linda Nochlin]

The Art Newspaper, June 1994, p. 4.


Leonardo Codex on the market (The Armand Hammer Museum, LA)

The Art Newspaper, June 1994, pp. 1-2.


Not Frank Stella’s father [Joseph Stella] [Review of exhibition at Museum of Modern Art, NY]

ARTnews 93.6 (Summer 1994), p. 37.


Da Codice Hammer a Codice Getty (L’Armand Hammer Museum vende il prezioso testo di Leonardo)

Il Giornale dell’Arte, June 1994, p. 68.


Joseph Stella au Whitney Museum (New York: Une retrospective longtemps attendue)

Le Journal des Arts, June 1994, p. 14.


Denmark’s Gilded Age

The New York Review of Art, Summer 1994, pp. 10-11.


Not Frank Stella’s Father (Art Market: New York)

ARTnews, Summer 1994, p. 37.


Bucking the recession in Texas (Houston: The Museum of Fine Arts’ endowment has grown to $157 million and a $50 million building by Raphael Moneo comes next)

The Art Newspaper, June 1994, p. 20.


Impressionnisme et realisme (New York: Une exposition presente la peinture americaine au tournant du siecle)

Le Journal des Arts, June 1994, p. 9.


Donald Judd Estate to Create Foundation

ARTnewsletter, May 3, 1994, pp. 2-5.


The social life of American Impressionism 1885-1915 (New York: American painting through the revisionist lens of social context)

The Art Newspaper, May 1994, p. 9.


The other Stella (no relation) at the Whitney (New York: A retrospective, long in the making, may spur interest in Joseph Stella, a neglected American modernist)

The Art Newspaper, May 1994, p. 8.


Order restored at the Walters (Baltimore: Chief curator Gary Vikan named director)

The Art Newspaper, May 1994, p. 17.


Botero’s corpulent creations on a global roll (Chicago/Madrid: After Florence, Monte Carlo, Paris, New York and Buenos Aires, two more cities are promenading his bronzes)

The Art Newspaper, May 1994, p. 10.


The other Stella (no relation) at the Whitney (New York: A retrospective, long in the making, may spur interest in Joseph Stella, a neglected American modernist)

The Art Newspaper, May 1994, p. 8.


Stella o meteora, per molti e un Ufo (re: Joseph Stella at the Whitney)

Il Giornale dell’Arte, May 1994, p. 17.


Miracle a l’americaine pour le Los Angeles County Museum? (re: Christian Science Church legacy)

Le Journal des Arts, May 1994, p. 19.


Nouvelle politique pour les musees (

Le journal des arts, May 1994, p. 15


Rejuvenating Joseph Stella’s Market

ARTnewsletter, Apr. 5, 1994, pp. 3-4.


Cassa integrazione al Guggenheim (New York: Taglie al personale, mostre posticipate e una questua da 1000 milioni di dollari per ripianare il bilancio (New York)

Il Giornale dell’arte, April 1994, p. 30.


I am/je suis/io sono/ich bin a courier

(Book review: Cordelia Rose, Courierspeak: A phrase book for couriers of museum objects), The Art Newspaper, Apr. 1994, p. 30.


Rich pickings for super-star architects (As the US museum boom continues despite the recession The Art Newspaper surveys the mechanics of the expansion)

The Art Newspaper, Apr. 1994, pp. 17-18.


1988 bond issue worth $54.9 million is still costing museum $7.5 million p.a. (Guggenheim, New York: Thirty staff laid off and $100 million fund raising drive launched to balance the books)

The Art Newspaper, Apr. 1994, p. 15.


Six hundred of the best buildings on video disk (CD-Rom)

(Kevin Matthews, The Great Buildings on CD-ROM), The Art Newspaper, Apr. 1994, p. 29.


Culture funds transferred into new superministry (Canada)

The Art Newspaper, Apr. 1994, p. 15.


How we remember the Holocaust (New York)

(Jewish Museum survey of Holocaust memorials), The Art Newspaper, Apr. 1994, p. 6.


Hiring out the collection: the Whitney does, MOMA doesn’t (Exhibition policies: US: Collection leasing provides a fundraising alternative for some museums, and a surrogate permanent collection for others)

The Art Newspaper, Apr. 1994, p. 11.


The Great Buildings Collection (Les 600

Le Journal des Arts, May 1994, p. 23.


Un budget culturel tres liberal (Canada)

Le Journal des Arts, Apr. 1994, p. 3.


Una santona, due matrone e tre pretendenti per un’eredit da 170 miliardi (Los Angeles County Museum: Decisione salomonica tra Christian Science Church, Los Angeles County Museum e Stanford University in lizza per un lascito controverso)

Il Giornale dell’Arte, April 1994, p. 29.


L’heritage culturel africain menace (Mali: Les

Le Journal des Arts, Apr. 1994, p. 25.


Le paradoxe des musees americaines (

Le Journal des Arts, Apr. 1994, p. 18.


The contemporary scene has no centre, but centres, plural

(Interview with Robert Storr, curator of contemporary art, MoMA), The Art Newspaper, Mar. 1994, pp. 20-22.


U.S. Museums Make Collection-Leasing Deals

ARTnewsletter, Mar. 8, 1994, p. 3.


Bataille de foires (Chicago)

Le Journal des Arts, Mar. 1994, p. 38.


Le musee Guggenheim licencie

Le Journal des Arts, Mar. 1994, p. 20.


And now there are only two (Chicago art fairs: Organisers hope to avoid last year’s confusion as two continue in May, while Art International aims for September)

The Art Newspaper, Mar. 1994, p. 27.


A major private museum of Impressionism and Greek art for Athens (The Goulandris Foundation: Architect of Louvre pyramid, I.M. Pei, is its designer)

(Interview with I.M. Pei), The Art Newspaper, Feb. 1994, pp. 9-10.


Print giants shake hands (Tunick-Kornfeld: Epic battle over Picasso signature ends)

The Art Newspaper, Feb. 1994, p. 26.


Works of art spared (Los Angeles earthquake)

The Art Newspaper, Feb. 1994, p. 3.


Eakins in London

The New York Review of Art, Feb. 1994, pp. 5-6.


L’Art Bank pitemibile delle Giubbe Rosse

Il Giornale dell’arte, Feb. 1996, p. 5.


Incoming director sacked before he takes office (Walters Art Gallery, Baltimore: Irreconcilable differences discovered between Michael Mezzatesta, appointee, and the board of the gallery)

The Art Newspaper, Jan. 1994, p. 14.


Egyptian galleries for Egyptian exhibits (Post-modernism: Michael Graves’s enlargement of the Carlos Museum suits the style to the art)

The Art Newspaper, Jan. 1994, p. 11.


Non saremo mai Versailles o Fontainebleau, ma ci proviamo (La riapertura delle prime 25 nuove sale al Philadelphia Museum)

(Interview: Anne d’Harnoncourt), Il Giornale dell’Arte, December 1993, p. 23.


The saga of American blacks according to Jacob Lawrence (San Francisco/Washington, D.C.: America’s racist past the subject of touring show)

The Art Newspaper, Dec. 1993, p. 14.


The saga of American blacks according to Jacob Lawrence (San Francisco/Washington, D.C.: America’s racist past the subject of touring show)

The Art Newspaper, Dec. 1993, p. 14.


A reviving interest (Lovis Corinth)

The Art Newspaper, Dec. 1993, p. 11.


The arts and humanities: there’s something in it for you!’ U.S. culture for the masses (Museum funding: Vying for scarce public and private funds, American museums stress their economic and social relevance)

The Art Newspaper, Dec. 1993, p. 10.


Il secolo

(Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam: Art from the Northern Netherlands), Il Giornale dell’Arte, Dec. 1993, p. 15.


Anglophilia at the Met (New York: Lucian Freud show opens on Central Park)

The Art Newspaper, Dec. 1993, p. 15.


How Dutch was the Netherlands’ Golden Age (Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam: Sculpture, paintings, ceramics and glass from the Northern Netherlands 1580-1620)

The Art Newspaper, Dec. 1993, p. 13.


Prints and Drawings: As the Trade Sees Them (Interview: David Tunick)

The Appraiser, Winter 1993, pp. 4-5.


The Blame in Spain falls mainly on…? (Madrid/New York: Ma

The Art Newspaper, Dec. 1993, p. 11.


Dr. Geza von Habsburg on: Appraising Faberge and Objets of Vertu: Drawing a Bead on Royal Baubles

The Appraiser, Winter 1993/94, pp. 4-5.


Guggenheim Museum-Hummel deal on hold as Milan courts consider besmirched Beuysiana (New York: Row over dubious Beuys drawings comes to US)

The Art Newspaper, Nov. 1993, p. 13.


The body in question at America’s other biennial (The 43rd Corcoran Biennial: Figuration leads as ‘conveyor of social, political, psychological and philosophical content’)

The Art Newspaper, Nov. 1993, p. 10.


Brinkmanship at the Met for the season’s major show (The art of early medieval Spain: Loan saturation and Spain’s economic crisis threaten Hispanic exhibition series)

The Art Newspaper, Nov. 1993, p. 8.


Billionairess launches college for decoration arts studies (New York: Susan Weber Soros founds the Bard)

The ArtNewspaper, Nov. 1993, p. 2.


Native Americans get their own back (Cultural property: Many US states returning skeletal remains to their descendants)

The Art Newspaper, Nov. 1993, p. 2.


Key positions in federal art agencies filled (U.S. government policy: One in four Representatives in favour of abolishing the NEA)

The Art Newspaper, Oct. 1993, pp. 1, 3.


Botero ‘the famous Italian artist

The Art Newspaper, Oct. 1993, p. 1.


Fake Botero Dupes Experts

Latin American Art, Oct. 1993, p. 27.


Fragonard et le dessin francais au XVIII

Drawing, Sept.-Oct. 1993, 63-64.


Annenberg Elates The Metropolitan with a Choice van Gogh (What’s Happening in New York)

Atelier, Aug. 1993, p. 61.


A permanent blockbuster, says museum’s director (Nineteenth-century revivalism to house Metropolitan

The Art Newspaper, July-Sept. 1993, p. 10.


ICOM conservators to meet in Washington

The Art Newspaper, July-Sept. 1993, p. 26.


African, classic Modern and Contemporary in trio (SoHo, New York: Museum of African Art the third tenant in gallery district’s new ‘museum mile’)

The Art Newspaper, July-Sept. 1993, p. 10.


IBM Gallery falls victim to the recession

The Art Newspaper, July-Sept. 1993, p. 8.


Mixing politics and grants (National Endowment for the Arts)

The Art Newspaper, July-Sept. 1993, p. 4.


Juan Gris, Cubism’s Great Theorist

The World and I, July 1993, pp. 140-145.


Michelangelo Revisited (Book review: Pietro C. Marani, et. al., The Genius of the Sculptor in Michelangelo’s Work)

Sculpture, July-Aug. 1993, pp. 52-53.


Let us restore our patrimony for you (Japanese money and know- how to conserve Eastern masterpieces in Western museums)

The Art Newspaper, June 1993, p. 18.


A tribute to one of the richest men in pre-income-tax America (Metropolitan Museum, New York: The Havemeyer bequest)

The Art Newspaper, June 1993, p. 14.


Giving journalists status (The National Arts Journalism Program: A $3.2 million grant funds the first fellowship programme aimed at boosting the importance of arts journalism in the U.S. media)

The Art Newspaper, June 1993, p. 5.


Faux chateau nouveau per il Jewish di New York

Il Giornale dell’Arte, June 1993, p. 20.


Jewish Museum reopens in a new French chateau on New York’s museum mile

The Art Newspaper, June 1993, p. 9.


Mary-Anne Martin On Appraising Latin American Paintings

The Appraiser, Summer 1993, pp. 4-5, 7.


P.C. or not P.C. That’s not the question (The Lila Wallace- Reader’s Digest Fund’s Museums collections accessibility initiative)

The Art Newspaper, June 1993, p. 7.


Gli ori precolombiani Mitchell in permanenza al Met

Il Giornale dell’Arte, May 1993, p. 23.


Cambi de poltrone (Musei americani: Arrive partenze a Washington e Los Angeles mentre il MoMa cerca un manager)

Il Giornale dell’Arte, May 1993, p. 21.


La Freer Gallery fa la ruota

(on renovation) Il Giornale dell’Arte, May 1993, p. 20.


Metropolitan opens new showcase for Pre-Columbian gold

The Art Newspaper, May 1993, p. 13.


Poland’s noble collections tour the U.S. (Old Master drawings: The northern works stand out)

The Art Newspaper, May 1993, p. 9.


With $26 million voted by Congress, a larger, newer, smarter Freer Gallery

The Art Newspaper, May 1993, p. 12.


Will WONDERS never cease

The Art Newspaper, May 1993, p. 8.


The Met’s Erstwhile Dictator of Taste

(Book review: Thomas Hoving, Making the Mummies Dance: Inside The Metropolitan Museum of Art), The World and I, May 1993, pp. 321-327.


Realism Rising: A Look at Four Americans who Defy Modernism (Wyeth, Maury, Gillespie, Desiderio)

Atelier, May 1993, pp. 46-55, 78-80.


Ma Havemeyer surclassa Annenberg per generosita e stile (Havemeyer Collection at the Metropolitan)

Il Giornale dell’Arte, May 1993, p. 16.


Il faticoso risveglio del collezionismo polacco

Il Giornale dell’Arte, April 1993, p. 17.


Three organisations battle it out (Chicago Art Fairs: The fairs multiply as organisers await the reopening of Navy Pier)

The Art Newspaper, April 1993, p. 25.


Lest we forget (Washington, D.C.: $150 million Holocaust Museum opens)

The Art Newspaper, April 1993, p. 13.


Anglophile professor donates 322 drawings (National Gallery, Washington)

The Art Newspaper, April 1993, p. 11.


U.S. set to restore tax advantage for museum benefactors (Washington D.C.)

The Art Newspaper, April 1993, p. 3.


Art shopping Japanese-style (Takashimiya [sic.])

The Art Newspaper, April 1993, p. 2.


Carter Brown to be godfather of American arts TV (Art on film: New cable channel, Ovation, to show cultural news,performances, museum visits and concerts)

The Art Newspaper, April 1993, p. 2.


Eric Fischl at Mary Boone

Atelier, April 1993, pp. 72-74, 82-83.


Pre-eminent Dealer Harold Sack: On Appraising American Furniture

The Appraiser, Spring 1993, pp. 4-6.


Strategies for Survival: The Magazine Editors Speak

AICA USA Newsletter (International Association of Art Critics, American Section), Spring 1993, pp. 3-4.


Government of Ontario rethinks punitive policy towards major museum (Toronto)

The Art Newspaper, March 1993, p. 7.


Governor makes State backing contingent on private participation (MASSMoCA: Foundering plan to make a depressed mill town into a Guggenheim satellite for contemporary art has until 31 July to raise $12 million)

The Art Newspaper, March 1993, p. 5.


Speculator gives away $150 million (Aid for Eastern Europe: George Soros, millionaire who made $2 billion out of collapse of the pound, funds aid to ex-communist countries)

(with J.C.), The Art Newspaper, March 1993, p. 3.


A return to works of art (College Art Association Conference: Venturi the keynote speaker, de Kooning rewarded for life-time achievement)

The Art Newspaper, March 1993, p. 3.


Wifredo Lam, Multicultural Modernist

The World and I, March 1993, pp. 130-135.


New Yorkers to get a glimpse of Nazi cultural policies and their repercussions

The Art Newspaper, Feb. 1993, p. 6.


Brooklyn’s Master Plan on hold: budget cuts halt West wing project (New York)

The Art Newspaper, Feb. 1993, p. 9.


Prezzi troppo alti, anche per colpa mia

(Interview: Bernard Breslauer), Il Giornale dell’Arte, Feb. 1993, p. 14.


Museum of Art director resigns after pleading ‘no contest’ to charge of public lewdness (Dallas: Board ousts Rick Brettell only to rehire him privately)

The Art Newspaper, Feb. 1993, p. 7.


Portraits of the artist [Samaras]

The Art Newspaper, Feb. 1993, p. 9.


Jeff Koons: the new Pompier

The Art Newspaper, Feb. 1993, p. 5.


Rival collections converge (Los Angeles County Museum of Art: Paley and Wertheim Impressionists on show this month)

The Art Newspaper, Feb. 1993, p. 5.


You too can own your local museum (Cincinatti Art Museum: Private sponsorship in the American tradition restores Art Palace of the West)

The Art Newspaper, Feb. 1993, p. 7.


Louvre/Met cooperation on archaeological loans (New York: Near Eastern antiquities on display while Louvre reorganises)

The Art Newspaper, Jan. 1993, p. 10.


Kawamata’s Wooden Jumbles Challenge Problems in the Urban Jungle

Atelier, Jan. 1993, pp. 92-96.


Jung and the art of museum marketing (Art Gallery of Ontario: C$58 million push towards financial independence)

The Art Newspaper, Jan. 1993, p. 8.


Jusepe de Ribera: A Spanish Realist in Baroque Italy

The World and I, December 1992, pp. 196-201.


Quebec to convert museum into a gambling hall

The Art Newspaper, Dec. 1992, p. 12.


Cut up missal in evening hard work’ Ruskin (Pierpont Morgan Library: Bernard Breslauer has the finest collection of illuminated leaves in the U.S., on display this month for the first time)

The Art Newspaper, Dec. 1992, p. 8.


Albert Bierstadt: Art and Enterprise

American Arts Quarterly, Winter 1992, pp. 20-27.


Art Gallery of Ontario closed until 24 January (Toronto: Expanded and renovated at a cost of C$58 million, but over 50% of staff laid off)

The Art Newspaper, Nov. 1992, p. 7.


We’ve cleaned up tax fraud, the selling of fakes, helped recover thefts, and supported freedom of expression’ (Art Dealers Association of America’s co-founder Gilbert Edelson)

The Art Newspaper, Nov. 1992, p. 30.


Government of Quebec spends millions on a bankrupt engineering company’s collection

The Art Newspaper, Oct. 1992, p. 8.


Egypt’s dazzling sun: Amenhotep III and his world (Fort Worth: Cleveland’s seventy-fifth anniversary exhibition includes important new discoveries)

The Art Newspaper, Oct. 1992, p. 13.


Musical chairs for America’s top directors

The Art Newspaper, Oct. 1992, p. 4.


Patrick Tosani: Photographer (The Art Institute of Chicago)

New Art Examiner, Oct. 1992, p. 32.


The Art of Islamic Spain

The World and I, Sept. 1992, pp. 266-71.


Musee d’Art Contemporain Montreal

Atelier, Nov. 1992, pp. 77-90.


How to avoid a greedy disaster and develop dignified and durable tourism

(Angkor Wat: International wrangling at last month’s Asia Society conference on the way ahead for South-East Asia’s greatest cultural monuments), The Art Newspaper, July-Sept. 1992, p. 13.


Nubian fruits of partage go on show at Museum of Fine Arts

The Art Newspaper, July-Sept. 1992, p. 7.


Met’s textile holdings further enhanced by rare early altar-frontal

The Art Newspaper, July-Sept. 1992, p. 7.


Metropolitan takes on new medievalists

The Art Newspaper, July-Sept. 1992, p. 5.


Back to the drawing board for Museum of Contemporary Art

(Chicago: Community rejects plan to raise garden above street level), The Art Newspaper, July-Sept. 1992, p. 5.


Major gift of works by Calder to Chicago’s contemporary museum

The Art Newspaper, July-Sept. 1992, p. 4.


Met and Brooklyn divide important collection of Modern American art

The Art Newspaper, July-Sept. 1992, p. 4.


Los Angeles County Museum acquires Florentine Silk Weavers’ Guild altarpiece

The Art Newspaper, July-Sept. 1992, p. 4.


Tobacco sponsorship of the arts applauded by the Whitney

The Art Newspaper, July-Sept. 1992, p. 3.


Mellon adds $25 million to the Yale Center for British Art endowment

The Art Newspaper, July-Sept. 1992, p. 3.


A second slap in the face to ex-N.E.A. chief but from the other side

(The National Endowment for the Arts: Federal judge finds decency clause unconstitutional), The Art Newspaper, July-Sept. 1992, p. 1.


Non piace il muro del Museum of Contemporary Art (Chicago:I residenti contestano un progetto troppo ingombrante)

Il Giornale dell’Arte, July-Aug. 1992, p. 21.


Revising Mantegna

The World and I, July 1992, 236-41.


Radical New Curatorial Studies Program Christened at Bard College

Atelier, July 1992, pp. 24-29.


Art Institute salutes French photographer Patrick Tosani

The Art Newspaper, July-Sept. 1992, p. 8.


Muse d’art contemporain, comes out of exile led by a Jesuit philosopher (Montreal: After twenty-four years, it leaves the remote site of Expo ’67)

The Art Newspaper, July-Sept. 1992, p. 4.


Netherlandish drawings in the Pierpont Morgan Library

The Art Newspaper, June 1992, p. 16.


American Art Review rides again (Book review: Felice Stampfle)

The Art Newspaper, June 1992, p. 15.


Nelson-Atkins shows Ming paintings and calligraphy

The Art Newspaper, June 1992, p. 13.


Bretschneider prize awarded to catalogues of Roman glass at the Toledo Museum of Art

The Art Newspaper, June 1992, p. 15.


Rubens’ great- ‘Raising of the Cross’ restored (Antwerp: Its home, the Cathedral, to be ready by 1993)

The Art Newspaper, June 1992, p. 14.


National Gallery brings American Indians into the tribe of the new art history

The Art Newspaper, June 1992, p. 12.


The making of America’s top director (Washington: In detail, how the National Gallery of Art came to settle on Rusty Powell as head)

The Art Newspaper, June 1992, p. 6.


NEA vows to avoid funding ‘overwhelming sexual experiences

The Art Newspaper, June 1992, p. 3.


Nominato il successore di Carter Brown: ‘Rusty’ Powell

Il Giornale dell’Arte, June 1992, p. 23.


Troubled relations: blacks and Jews seek solutions (Bridges and Boundaries at Jewish Museum)

The Art Newspaper, June 1992, p. 13.


Brooklyn Reinstalla i suoi dipinti europei (New York: Aperto dal 4 marzo il nuovo accrochage)

Il Giornale dell’Arte, May 1992, p. 35.


The International Art Expo is a bit less international (Chicago)

The Art Newspaper, May 1992, p. 20.


Boston and Impressionism when you’ve got a good thing

The Art Newspaper, May 1992, p. 7.


Minneapolis Institute pays tribute to long-serving trustee Bruce B. Dayton

The Art Newspaper, May 1992, p. 5.


American Rococo

The World and I, May 1992, pp. 184-89.


Smithsonian welcomes Mesopotamian loan

The Art Newspaper, May 1992, p. 14.


Meet the Etruscans! (Seven rooms of Rome’s Gregorian Etruscan Museum refurbished courtesy of Americans) (with G. C. Gattinara)

The Art Newspaper, May 1992, p. 14.


Japanese give millions to Chicago for East Asian galleries

The Art Newspaper, May 1992, p. 10.


What’s that sculpture there and who owns it (Smithsonian launches US survey)

The Art Newspaper, May 1992, p. 10.


Beyond Elvis and barbecue: Memphis, Tennessee’s ‘WONDERS’ series outperforms major US museums but is snubbed by them

The Art Newspaper, May 1992, p. 8.


Smithsonian welcomes Mesopotamian loan

The Art Newspaper, May 1992, p. 14.


Works of art in their context spiced with theatre and dignified with didacticism

(Philadelphia: Anne d’Harnoncourt, Director of the Philadelphia Museum is reinstalling its European collection and integrating the Johnson Collection Old Masters), The Art Newspaper, May 1992, p. 11.


Texas show puts visitors at sea

The Art Newspaper, May 1992, p. 7.


Boston and Impressionism when you’ve got a good thing

The Art Newspaper, May 1992, p. 7.


Minneapolis Institute pays tribute to long-serving trustee Bruce B. Dayton

The Art Newspaper, May 1992, p. 5.


Il Whitney sfrattato dagli sponsor (New York: Due succursali di Manhattan chiuderanno la prossima estate. Il museo dovreriesumare il discusso progetto di ampliamento di Michael Graves)

Il Giornale dell’Arte, May 1992, p. 34.


Frohnmayer silurato: attacco da destra (Nea)

Il Giornale dell’Arte, April 1992, pp. 1, 3.


Widow of aircrash Senator donates $10 million to Yale

The Art Newspaper, Apr. 1992, p. 6.


The more the Morgan grows the more it stays the same

The Art Newspaper, Apr. 1992, p. 6.


More than eggs from Faberg

(U.S. museum food relief to Russia), The Art Newspaper, Apr. 1992, p. 6.


Harvard beats Met and Peabody Museum for best collection of Korean ceramics outside Korea

The Art Newspaper, Apr. 1992, p. 5.


Fumigating the N.E.A. in pre-election America

The Art Newspaper, Apr. 1992, pp. 1-2.


Stuart Davis, American Modernist

The World and I, April 1992, pp. 196-201.


Il Brooklyn reinstalla i suoi dipinti europei (New York: Apre il 4 marzo il nuovo allestimento)

Il Giornale dell’Arte, Mar. 1992, p. 25.


Archivist champions exact restoration of St Michael’s cathedral

(Brussels) The Art Newspaper, Mar. 1992, p. 13.


Only connect altarpiece reunited

(National Gallery, Washington), The Art Newspaper, Mar. 1992, p. 13.


Apostle of hope for American cities

(Washington, D.C.), The Art Newspaper, Mar. 1992, p. 2.


Whitney evicted by corporate sponsors

The Art Newspaper, Mar. 1992, p. 5.


Rembrandt Reconsidered

The World and I, Mar. 1992, pp. 202-09.


How to deal with the Eastern European artworld

The Art Newspaper, Mar. 1992, p. 2.


National Gallery to publish catalogue of Rembrandt watermarks

The Art Newspaper, Feb. 1992, p. 16.


Mt Athos: 1000 years of monks and books

The Art Newspaper, Feb. 1992, p. 15.


The ‘Two courtesans’ really are watching the hunt

The Art Newspaper, Feb. 1992, p. 11.


Sleazy disclosures at the Rops Museum

The Art Newspaper, Feb. 1992, p. 5.


Warhol should not have died, so his estate benefits

The Art Newspaper, Feb. 1992, p. 4.


How Did the Queen Get All Those Pictures

The Journal of Art, Dec. 1991, p. 12.


Richard Thomas Davis: American Durer [sic.]

American Arts Quarterly, Winter 1991, pp. 10-13.


Fine Disregard for Modernism [Review of A Fine Disregard, by Kirk Varnedoe]

American Arts Quarterly, Winter 1991, pp. 29-31.


The Timeless Realism of Antonio Lopez Garc

The World and I, Dec. 1991, pp. 234-39.


Beauty of Lausanne Painted Portal Revealed

The Journal of Art, Nov. 1991, p. 74.


Pawnshops and Palaces: The Fall and Rise of the Campana Art Museum [Review of book by Helen and Albert Borowitz]

The Journal of Art, Oct. 1991, p. 71.


Anderson Keeps the Faith at the British Museum

(Interview:Robert Anderson), The Journal of Art, Oct. 1991, p. 23.


Pierpont Morgan Library Doubles its Space

The Journal of Art, Oct. 1991, p. 20.


Deconstructing the Past: The New American Landscape

American Arts Quarterly, Fall 1991, pp. 28-31.


Renaissance Redux: Inside the Sainsbury Wing (Interview: Nicholas Penny)

The Journal of Art, Sept. 1991, p. 18.


Frick Art Reference Library on the Rocks

The Journal of Art, Sept. 1991, p. 3.


Liubov Popova: Art into Life

The World and I, Aug. 1991, pp. 238-43.


Cleveland Celebrates 75 Years of Fine Art

The Journal of Art, June/July/Aug. 1991, p. 25.


Swiss Museum Opens for Summer

The Journal of Art, June/July/Aug. 1991, p. 24.


U.S. Art Institutions Face Disastrous Cuts

The Journal of Art, June/July/Aug. 1991, p. 3.


Interview: Kevin Consey, Museum of Contemporary Art

The Journal of Art, May 1991, p. 28.


Interview: James Wood, The Art Institute of Chicago

The Journal of Art, May 1991, p. 28.


Chicago Zeitgeist

The Journal of Art, May 1991, pp. 27-29.


Dutch Close in on Cache of Stolen Master Drawings

The Journal of Art, May 1991, p. 4.


The Treasure of Priam in Russian Hands

The Journal of Art, May 1991, pp. 1, 2.


The End of Art-Welfare in The Netherlands

The Journal of Art, Apr. 1991, p. 32.


The Reality of Delacroix’s Passion

The Journal of Art, Apr. 1991, p. 11.


William Bailey: Yale’s Reclusive Dean of Art

American Arts Quarterly, Spring 1991, pp. 16-19.


Serious Artbooks

American Arts Quarterly, Spring 1991, pp. 30-31.


Art for the nation

Journal of Art 4.3 (Mar. 1991), p. 46-47.


Art for the Nation

(Interview: J. Carter Brown), The Journal of Art, Mar. 1991, pp. 46-47.


Schimmel Antiquities to be Sold

The Journal of Art, Mar. 1991, p. 3.


Unknown Works by Young Picasso Discovered in Spain

The Journal of Art, Mar. 1991, p. 3.


Glories of the Past

(Shelby White and Leon Levy Coll.), The World and I, Feb. 1991, pp. 210-11.


Acid Rain Threatens Romanesque Monument

The Journal of Art, Feb. 1991, p. 76.


Durer’s `Apocalypse’ in Contemporary Context

The Journal of Art, Feb. 1991, p. 13.


Views of Amsterdam and Venice: Cities on the Water

The Journal of Art, Feb. 1991, p. 14.


The Wealth of Aphrodisias

(with Ozgen Acar and Perry Bialor), The Journal of Art, Feb. 1991, p. 70.


A new policy and a new vision for the Corcoran

Journal of Art 4.1 (Jan. 1991), p. 23.


National Gallery Conservators Working Overtime

The Journal of Art, Jan. 1991, p. 45.


A New Policy and a New Vision for the Corcoran

(Interview: David Levy) The Journal of Art, Jan. 1991, p. 23.


The Illustrated Bartsch: A Classic of its Kind

The Journal of Art, Jan. 1991, p. 22.


High Art’s Affair with Popular Culture

(High and Low at MoMA), The World and I, Jan. 1991, pp. 204-09.


On Books: A Fine Disregard: What Makes Modern Art Modern

(Kirk Varnedoe), New Art Examiner, Jan. 1991, p. 53.


America’s Leonardo

The Journal of Art, View, Jan. 1991, pp. 14-15.


Ryder

New York City Tribune, Dec. , 1990, pp. 16, 14.


What Remains of the Real Ryder

The Journal of Art, Dec. 1990, p. 18.


Quest for Beauty: Louis Comfort Tiffany

American Arts Quarterly, Winter 1990, pp. 21-27.


The Grand Old Master of Venice

(Titian), The World and I, Nov. 1990, pp. 220-25.


Richard Thomas Davis’ Magnificent Realist Paintings

New York City Tribune, Oct. 23, 1990, pp. 16, 14.


Milton Avery, Sans Colors

New York City Tribune, Oct. 16, 1990, p. 16.


NYPL Exhibit Honors Benefactors

New York City Tribune, Oct. 15, 1990, p. 16.


Martin Hardy’s Orientalia

New York City Tribune, Oct. 15, 1990, p. 14.


Three Ways to Display African Art

New York City Tribune, Oct. 5, 1990, p. 16.


Art Today: Changing Concepts

(Venice Biennale), The World and I, Oct. 1990, pp. 228-33.


Academic Tradition Revisited

American Arts Quarterly, Fall 1990, pp. 27-29.


Growing Market for American Realism

American Arts Quarterly, Fall 1990, pp. 8-12.


Richard Thomas Davis (exhibition brochure)

Gerold Wunderlich and Company, New York City, Oct. 10-Nov. 10, 1990.


The Best of the Ancients at the Met

(Shelby White and Leon Levy Coll.), New York City Tribune, Sept. 21, 1990, pp. 16, 14.


Engineers Chip in to The Art World

New York City Tribune, Sept. 10, 1990, pp. 16, 14.


Expositions: Basel

Art and Auction, Sept. 1990, pp. 121-24.


Contemporary American Realism: A Growth Market

New York City Tribune, Aug. 31, 1990, p. 16.


Money Creates ‘Taste’: An Unfortunate Truism

(Venice Biennale), New York City Tribune, Aug. 17, 1990, pp. 16, 14.


Rediscover Pompeii The High-Tech Way

New York City Tribune, Aug. 13, 1990, pp. 16, 14.


Edward Weston’s Portraits and Nudes

New York City Tribune, Aug. 3, 1990, pp. 16, 14.


The Art of Francis Bacon

The World and I, Aug. 1990, pp. 208-13.


From MOMA, One Expects More (Book review: Kirk Varnedoe, A Fine Disregard: What Makes Modern Art Modern)

New York City Tribune, Aug. 10, 1990, pp. 16, 14.


The Academic Tradition Revisited

New York City Tribune, July 26, 1990, pp. 16, 14.


Art and Money Merge for 5 Frantic Days in Basel

New York City Tribune, July 23, 1990, pp. 16, 14.


Van Gogh Superstar

The World and I, July 1990, pp. 206-13.


100 Years of Art: Pollock to Alma-Tadema

(Book reviews), New York City Tribune, June 26, 1990, pp. 16, 14.


A Visual Travel Guide: `Matisse in Morocco,

New York City Tribune, June 21, 1990, p. 16.


Francis Bacon: Disturbing Species of Realism

New York City Tribune, June 19, 1990, p. 16.


Three Shows Of 19th-Century French Painting

New York City Tribune, June 6, 1990, pp. 16, 14.


Exhibition Review: XXth Sao Paulo International Biennial

Review: Latin American Literature and Arts, Jan.-June 1990, pp. 62-63.


From Poussin to Matisse at the Met

New York City Tribune, May 30, 1990, p. 16.


The Intimate Interiors of Edouard Vuillard

New York City Tribune, May 28, 1990, pp. 16, 14.


The Brooklyn Museum Expansion Underway

New York City Tribune, May 8, 1990, pp. 16, 14.


Three Individual Perspectives of Interiors, Still Lifes and Figures

New York City Tribune, May 18, 1990, pp. 16, 14.


A Resurgence of Realism The Landscape

New York City Tribune, May 16, 1990, p. 16.


Master Drawings from the Woodner Collection

New York City Tribune, Apr. 30, 1990, pp. 16, 14.


Van Gogh: A Superb Centennial Celebration

New York City Tribune, Apr. 24, 1990, p. 16.


The Metropolitan Museum of Art Exhibits Louis Comfort Tiffany Masterworks

New York City Tribune, Apr. 17, 1990, p. 16.


Holland’s Year-Long Vincent Van Gogh Tribute

New York City Tribune, Apr. 9, 1990, p. 16.


The Way Magnum Sees the World

The World and I, Apr. 1990, pp. 186-91.


Art Critique Is Still A Hazy Shade of Writing

(Book review), New York City Tribune, Apr. 30, 1990, p. 15.


The Manoogian Collection

American Arts Quarterly, Spring/Summer 1990, pp. 31-32.


American Realism

American Arts Quarterly, Spring/Summer 1990, pp. 20-24.


A Definitive History Of Photography

New York City Tribune, Mar. 23, 1990, p. 16.


Splendor of `The Feast of the Gods’ Is Restored

New York City Tribune, Mar. 19, 1990, p. 14.


On the Trail of an Old Master: `The Lute Player

New York City Tribune, Mar. 19, 1990, p. 16.


John Marin: From Whistler to Pollock

New York City Tribune, Mar. 13, 1990, p. 16.


`Life of Forms in Art’: Conventional Wisdom of Creativity

(Book review: Henri Focillon), New York City Tribune, Mar. 6, 1990, p. 15.


The Golden Age Of Dutch Paintings

(Early manuscript painting), New York City Tribune, Mar. 6, 1990, p. 16.


Recent Literature on 19th and 20th Century Art

New York City Tribune, Mar. 5, 1990, p. 16.


South America’s Answer to SoHo

(XXth Sao Paulo Bienal), The World and I, Mar. 1990, pp. 200-05.


Robert Moscowitz Treading Water in a Pop/Minimalist Sea

New York City Tribune, Feb. 26, 1990, p. 16.


Do You Remember Realism

New York City Tribune, Feb. 19, 1990, pp. 16, 14.


New British Painting At the Queens Museum

New York City Tribune, Feb. 15, 1990, pp. 16, 14.


To Find the Meaning in Monet

New York City Tribune, Feb. 8, 1990, p. 16.


Artbooks: Antiquity to the Renaissance

New York City Tribune, Feb. 2, 1990, p. 16.


Sublime Psalms of Light

(F.E. Church), The World and I, Feb. 1990, pp. 198-203.


Superb Private Collections at The Metropolitan

(Manoogian and Gelman), New York City Tribune, Jan. 29, 1990, pp. 16, 14.


Thomas Hart Benton: An American Original

New York City Tribune, Jan. 23, 1990, pp. 16, 14.


Solo Shows

New York City Tribune, Jan. 18, 1990, pp. 16, 14.


Idols: Beginning of Abstract Form’ at Ariadne Galleries

New York City Tribune, Jan. 15, 1990, p. 16.


Crossroads of Continents: Cultures of Siberia and Alaska

New York City Tribune, Jan. 8, 1990, pp. 16, 14.


XXth Sao Paulo Bienal: Parque de Ibirapuero [sic.], Sao Paulo, Brazil, October 14-December 10

Artpapers, Jan./Feb. 1990, pp. 69-70.


Hopper and the ‘Chaos of Ugliness

The World and I, Jan. 1990, pp. 286-93.


Canaletto and Bonnard at the Metropolitan

New York City Tribune, Dec. 12, 1989, pp. 16, 14.


Hals and Church at the National Gallery

New York City Tribune, Dec. 11, 1989, pp. 16, 14.


Frans Hals The People’s Painter

The World and I, Dec. 1989, pp. 226-31.


Alfred Eisenstaedt Retrospective: Photojournalism for Sale

New York City Tribune, Nov. 30, 1989, p. 16.


The Newark Museum Has Arrived

New York City Tribune, Nov. 21, 1989, pp. 16, 14.


Old Masters From Texas at the Frick

New York City Tribune, Nov. 20, 1989, pp. 16, 14.


Portraiture: Noguchi’s Early Forte

New York City Tribune, Nov. 14, 1989, pp. 16, 14.


Brazil’s Twentieth Sao Paulo Bienal

New York City Tribune, Nov. 9, 1989, p. 16.


Canaletto and Piranesi: Views Of Both Venice And Rome

New York City Tribune, Oct. 31, 1989, p. 16.


NYPL Pays Tribute to Berenice Abbott

New York City Tribune, Oct. 26, 1989, p. 16.


Ford Motor Company Collection at the Met

New York City Tribune, Oct. 11, 1989, p. 16.


Velazquez [sic.] Baroque Age Brilliance

New York City Tribune, Oct. 3, 1989, p. 16.


Picasso and Braque: Mano a Mano

The World and I, Oct. 1989, pp. 278-83.


Judite Dos Santos

CEPA Journal (Center for Experimental Perceptual Arts, Buffalo, NYVol. 4, Issue 1), 1989, pp. 36-37.


Master Printer Aldo Crommelynck at the Whitney

New York City Tribune, Sept. 27, 1989, p. 16.


Picasso and Braque,’ `Velazquez’ Crown New York City Museum Season

New York City Tribune, Sept. 22, 1989, p. 16.


A Very Mixed (Albeit Interesting) Bag at IBM Exhibit

New York City Tribune, Sept. 20, 1989, p. 16.


Vel

The World and I, Sept. 1989, pp. 276-83.


Celebrating 150 Years of Photography

The World and I, Aug. 1989, pp. 202-07.


Hispanic Art in the United States’ at Brooklyn Museum

New York City Tribune, July 24, 1989, p. 16.


Art Hawaiian Style

New York City Tribune, July 11, 1989, p. 16.


Hawaii: Tropics With the Taste of Home

New York City Tribune, July 11, 1989, p. 14.


Helga’: Cavalcade of Wyeth’s Technical Skill

New York City Tribune, July 4, 1989, p. 16.


Central Park: Remembering an Ideal

New York City Tribune, June 28, 1989, p. 16.


A Nebulous Survey Of 150 Years Of Photography

New York City Tribune, June 19, 1989, pp. 16.


Sample the Splendor of Caesarea

Springfield Republican (Springfield, Mass.), June 18, 1989, pp. T1, T8.


Wilmarth’s Landscapes of Glass and Steel

New York City Tribune, June 16, 1989, p. 16.


King Herod’s Dream

The Standard-Times (New Bedford, Mass.), June 15, 1989, pp. C 1-2.


Recent Literature Marks Photography’s Sesquicentennial

New York City Tribune, June 8, 1989, p. 16.


Annenberg Collection Comes Out of Hiding in Philadelphia

New York City Tribune, June 5, 1989, p. 16.


Baroque Sentiment to Spare

The World and I, June 1989, pp. 200-07.


Frank Stella: Contemporary Arts Museum, Houston, Texas, February 11-April 23

Artpapers, May/June 1989, p. 63.


Art’s Final Word on War Goya and Dix

New York City Tribune, May 17, 1989, p. 16.


Phillips Collection Masterworks

New York City Tribune, May 16, 1989, p. 16.


Architect of Elizabethan England: Inigo Jones

New York City Tribune, May 12, 1989, pp. 16, 14.


Antony Gormley’s Human Cyphers

New York City Tribune, May 10, 1989, p. 16.


Goya Triumphant

The World and I, May 1989, pp. 198-203.


Brancusi Seen Through Blinders

New York City Tribune, Apr. 27, 1989, p. 16.


A Flop at Neuberger Literally and Figuratively

New York City Tribune, Apr. 26, 1989, p. 16.


British Drawings: A World Of Quietness And Ease

New York City Tribune, Apr. 24, 1989, pp. 16, 14.


Realism, Then and Now

New York City Tribune, Apr. 18, 1989, p. 16.


George Segal: He’s Still a Whole Lot Better Than Warhol

New York City Tribune, Apr. 6, 1989, pp. 16, 14.


Three American Photograph Albums

New York City Tribune, Apr. 3, 1989, p. 16.


Courbet Reconsidered

The World and I, Apr. 1989, pp. 206-13.


Cinquecento Sienese Art

American Arts Quarterly, Spring 1989, pp. 32-34.


Pastoral Tradition in Western Art

American Arts Quarterly, Spring 1989, pp. 17-22.


Grand Illusions: American History Painting

American Arts Quarterly, Spring 1989, pp. 25-27.


Hebrew Manuscripts and Books From the Valmadonna Trust

New York City Tribune, Mar. 22, 1989, p. 16.


Refigured Painting

New York City Tribune, Mar. 16, 1989, pp. 16, 14.


Multimillion Dollar Modern Art Maps

New York City Tribune, Mar. 8, 1989, p. 16.


Goya and the Spirit Of the Spanish Enlightenment

New York City Tribune, Mar. 2, 1989, pp. 16, 14.


Spotlight on Siena

The World and I, Mar. 1989, pp. 208-13.


The German Phoenix Rises

The World and I, Feb. 1989, pp. 222-35.


Umberto Boccioni: Discovering the Theorist of Futurism (by Edward Jacobson)

The World and I, Feb. 1989, pp. 217-21.


First U.S. Exhibition of Artist Guido Reni at L.A. County Museum

New York City Tribune, Jan. 25, 1989, pp. 16, 14.


Painting in Renaissance Siena’ at the Metropolitan

New York City Tribune, Jan. 25, 1989, pp. 16, 14.


Gerhard Richter Runs the Gamut of Modernist Styles

New York City Tribune, Jan. 24, 1989, p. 14.


Paolo Caliari: Artist of Venice’s Golden Age

New York City Tribune, Jan. 23, 1989, pp. 16, 14.


A Renaissance of Master Painters Exhibited at the Colnaghi Gallery

New York City Tribune, Jan. 10, 1989, p. 16.


Modern Art In the ‘Latin American Spirit

New York City Tribune, Dec. 13, 1988, pp. 16, 14.


Futurist Umberto Boccioni Surveyed At the Met

New York City Tribune, Dec. 12, 1988, pp. 16, 14.


A Review of the Finest Art Books

New York City Tribune, Dec. 28, 1988, pp. 16, 14.


American Paradise: Painters of the Hudson River School

American Arts Quarterly, Winter 1988, pp. 6-14.


Photographer Gianfranco Gorgoni Offers ‘Altered Images’ Of the Artist

New York City Tribune, Nov. 28, 1988, pp. 16, 14.


The Work of Anselm Kiefer: Scorched, Scoured, Brushed and Gouged

New York City Tribune, Nov. 9, 1988, pp. 16, 14.


Fitz Hugh Lane: Transcendental Luminist

The World and I, Nov. 1988, pp. 264-71.


Ancient Art From the Land of The Pharaohs

New York City Tribune, Oct. 31, 1988, pp. 16, 14.


New York Academy of Art Calls on Soviets to Make a Point

New York City Tribune, Oct. 27, 1988, pp. 16, 14.


Beautiful Hebrew Manuscripts and Books Displayed at The N.Y. Library

New York City Tribune, Oct. 26, 1988, pp. 16, 14.


Bad Art and Boston’s ‘Binational’ Go Hand-in-Hand

New York City Tribune, Oct. 18, 1988, p. 12.


Excess and Elegance in Turn-of-the-Century Munich

New York City Tribune, Oct. 10, 1988, pp. 16, 14.


Fitz Hugh Lane Paintings: Landmarks of ‘Luminism

New York City Tribune, Oct. 5, 1988, pp. 16, 14.


Giacometti Retrospective in Washington

New York City Tribune, Oct. 4, 1988, pp. 16, 14.


Soho: The World’s Premier Marketplace for Contemporary Art

The World and I, Oct. 1988, pp. 268-83.


New Books Explore the Life and Art of Edgar Degas

New York City Tribune, Oct. 17, 1988 pp. 16, 14.


Post-Modernism: Icons Without Meaning

American Arts Quarterly, Fall 1988, pp. 13-17.


Pornography at the Whitney

American Arts Quarterly, Fall 1988, p. 31.


Mark Kostabi Shows Art World The American Way

Downtown, Oct. 5, 1988, pp. 1, 14-15.


Morgan Library Explores Music History in Manuscripts

New York City Tribune, Sept. 26, 1988, pp. 16, 14.


Mellifluous Matisse Prints Return Home to MOMA

New York City Tribune, Sept. 21, 1988, pp. 16, 14.


Fall Art Preview: Inspiration Amid Hype

New York City Tribune, Sept. 15, 1988, pp. 14, 10.


Russian and Soviet Paintings From State Collections

New York City Tribune, Sept. 6, 1988, pp. 14, 10.


Robert Cumming and Vernon Fisher: Ambiguity and Its Discontent

New York City Tribune, Sept. 5, 1988, pp. 14, 10.


Whitney Photo Exhibition is Nothing Short of Pornographic

New York City Tribune, Aug. 3, 1988, pp. 14, 10.


Manhattan Spotlight on Marlene Barasch

Spotlight Magazine, Aug. 1988, pp. 72-74.


Garry Winogrand Photographs Are Overrated

New York City Tribune, July 26, 1988, pp. 14, 10.


Guggenheim Museum Honors Cubist Pioneer, Georges Braque

New York City Tribune, July 25, 1988, pp. 14, 10.


Jose [sic.] Campeche: Society Painter in Colonial Puerto Rico

New York City Tribune, July 22, 1988, pp. 14, 10.


Andrea Mantegna’s Masterful ‘Descent Into Limbo

New York City Tribune, July 21, 1988, pp. 14, 10.


Atlanta Offers More Than the Art of Politics

New York City Tribune, July 18, 1988, pp. 14, 10.


Borges es uno de las Artistas Mas Valiosos del Hemisferio Occidental

Ultimas Noticias, Caracas, Venezuela, July 17, 1988, p. 70.


Exhibition of ‘Deconstructivist Architecture

New York City Tribune, June 27, 1988, pp. 14, 10.


Asian Objects Through Experts’ Eyes: Which is the Original

New York City Tribune, June 22, 1988, pp. 14, 10.


Whitney Christens Its New Location With ‘Made in the Sixties

New York City Tribune, June 21, 1988, pp. 14, 10.


Jacobo Borges: Contorted Figures On a Canvas of Political Turmoil

New York City Tribune, June 20, 1988, pp. 14, 10.


Czechoslovakia Sends its Modern Art to the Guggenheim

New York City Tribune, June 16, 1988, pp. 14, 10.


Constable’s Landscape Sketches Reexamined

New York City Tribune, June 15, 1988, pp. 14, 10.


Conventions of the Deep South: Atlanta, on the upbeat

The Record, June 12, 1988, Travel Section pp. 1, 4-5, 8-9.


King Herod’s Dream City: Caesarea on the Sea

New York City Tribune, June 2, 1988, pp. 14, 10.


Venice and China to Benefit From Beijing Art Auction

New York City Tribune, May 24, 1988, pp. 14, 10.


The Human Figure in Early Greek Art

New York City Tribune, May 31, 1988, pp. 14, 10.


The Ian Woodner Collection of Odilon Redon Paintings in Washington

New York City Tribune, May 27, 1988, pp. 14, 10.


Paul Klee, Pioneer of Abstract Art, at the Metropolitan Museum

New York City Tribune, May 26, 1988, pp. 14, 10.


Silly and Serious: A View of Two Contemporary Artists

(Elizabeth Murray and Donald Sultan), New York City Tribune, May 23, 1988, pp. 14, 10.


The Naked Artist’: Secret Surrealist Desmond Morris

New York City Tribune, May 5, 1988, pp. 14, 10.


The National Gallery Presents: ‘The Art of Paul Gauguin

New York City Tribune, May 2, 1988, pp. 14, 10.


Con Artist’ Mark Kostabi: On the Make and Making It

New York City Tribune, Apr. 26, 1988, pp. 14, 10.


Josef Albers Retrospective at the Guggenheim

New York City Tribune, Apr. 25, 1988, pp. 14, 10.


Four Exhibits, Each Unique in Scale and Purpose

New York City Tribune, Apr. 22, 1988, pp. 14, 10.


Atlanta: The Convention Capital Of The South

New York City Tribune, Apr. 11, 1988, p. 12.


African Art and American Aesthetics: Does Context Count

New York City Tribune, Apr. 8, 1988, pp. 14, 10.


Anselm Kiefer’s Struggle for Purification

New York City Tribune, Apr. 7, 1988, pp. 14, 10.


American Watercolors are Celebrated

American Arts Quarterly, Spring 1988, pp. 27-28.


The New York Academy of Art: Tradition Provides a Bridge to the Future

American Arts Quarterly, Spring 1988, pp. 9-18.


A Show for Connoisseurs: Cezanne’s Basel Sketchbooks

New York City Tribune, Mar. 28, 1988, pp. 14, 10.


For the Artists of the 1980s, Pop and Minimal Still a Guiding Spirit

New York City Tribune, Mar. 25, 1988, pp. 14, 10.


Abstract vs. Realism: Finding the Real Meaning

(Giacometti), New York City Tribune, Mar. 17, 1988, pp. 14, 10.


A Celebrated Medieval Manuscript Offers Glimpse of Ancient Painting

New York City Tribune, Mar. 16, 1988, pp. 14, 10.


The New Museum Attempts to Stretch Its Conceptual Wings

New York City Tribune, Mar. 15, 1988, pp. 14, 10.


Motion and Drama Spring from Rothenberg’s Paintings

New York City Tribune, Mar. 2, 1988, p. 10.


Looking to the Paintings of the Past, Jim Dine Creates Anew

New York City Tribune, Mar. 2, 1988, p. 14.


Acconci Shows He’s Capable of Designing Public Artworks

New York City Tribune, Feb. 29, 1988, pp. 14, 10.


Richard Artschwager Seeks the Art ‘of Cabinetry

New York City Tribune, Feb. 26, 1988, pp. 14, 10.


Picasso’s Late Drawings Obsessions or Retrospection

New York City Tribune, Feb. 16, 1988, pp. 14, 10.


The American Watercolor Movement’: 19th-Century Splendor

New York City Tribune, Jan. 28, 1988, pp. 14, 10.


The Art of Piet Mondrian Has Its Pluses and Minuses

New York City Tribune, Jan. 25, 1988, pp. 14, 10.


Nancy Graves: A Hot Sculptress Whose Work is Lukewarm

New York City Tribune, Jan. 19, 1988, pp. 14, 10.


Four American Artists Show Their Earthiness in Dual Locale Whitney Exhibition

New York City Tribune, Jan. 14, 1988, pp. 14, 10.


Artfully Presented Artifacts at the Met Museum This Holiday Season

New York City Tribune, Dec. 24, 1987, pp. 14, 10.


Stuart Davis: The Breakthrough Years

New York City Tribune, Dec. 21, 1987, pp. 14, 10.


David Graham: A Photographer’s Surreal Look at Very Real Situations

New York City Tribune, Dec. 17, 1987, pp. 14, 10.


Multi-Talented Edwin Schlossberg Exhibits His Work

New York City Tribune, Dec. 16, 1987, p. 14.


Baselitz: Dealing With the Specter of Fascism

New York City Tribune, Dec. 15, 1987, p. 14.


Rich Color and Texture Identify Frankenthaler’s Paintings

New York City Tribune, Dec. 15, 1987, p. 14.


Cubist Davis’ Whitney Exhibit Boxes His Style In

New York City Tribune, Dec. 10, 1987, pp. 14, 10.


The Dreyfus Affair: Inexcusable Turn-of-the-Century Foul Up

New York City Tribune, Dec. 4, 1987, pp. 14, 10.


Fernand Leger: Cubism in a Proletarian Key

New York City Tribune, Nov. 27, 1987, pp. 14, 10.


Ancient Aesthetics: The Art of Primeval Europe

New York City Tribune, Nov. 26, 1987, pp. 14, 10.


Willem DeKooning: An Agitated Artist

New York City Tribune, Nov. 23, 1987, pp. 14, 10.


More Innovation From Picasso

New York City Tribune, Nov. 23, 1987, pp. 14, 10.


Frank Stella: Delivering Abstract Art to You in 3-D

New York City Tribune, Nov. 16, 1987, pp. 14, 10.


Thirty Years of Press Photography: A Reign of Terror

New York City Tribune, Nov. 13, 1987, pp. 14, 10.


The Guggenheim Museum: Renovate or Keep It As Is

New York City Tribune, Oct. 26, 1987, pp. 14, 10.


Stopping Time: The Photos of Harold Edgerton

New York City Tribune, Oct. 14, 1987, pp. 14, 10.


Vito Acconci: Conceptual Artist in Search of ????

New York City Tribune, Oct. 8, 1987, pp. 14, 10.


Whitney Museum Displays Artists’ Disdain For ‘The Social Graces

New York City Tribune, Sept. 17, 1987, pp. 14, 10.


Sonia Gechtoff Retrospective: Intriguing Geometric Landscapes and Georgia’s ‘New South Group’ at Exhibition Space

New York City Tribune, Sept. 30, 1987, pp. 14, 10.


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Stephen Wiltshire – Kaufman – Black Card Mag

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Ran Ortner – Kaufman – Luxury

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Monuments Men – Kaufman – Black Card Mag

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Massimo Vitali – Kaufman – Luxury

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Leo Villareal – Kaufman – Luxury

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Joan Miro – Kaufman – Corcoran Views

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Jeff Koons – Kaufman – Black Card Mag

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Hiroshi Sugimoto – Kaufman – Luxury

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Guggenheim Global Strategy – Kaufman – Art & Antiques

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Frank Stella – Kaufman – Luxury

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Christo – Kaufman – Luxury

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Action Painting – Kaufman – American Scholar

What the Mind’s Eye Sees
Action painters were postwar exemplars of American individualism
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Warhol Lawsuit Quashed – Kaufman – InView

“Warhol Foundation Lawyers Quash Antitrust Lawsuit,” InView (online at Artinfo.com), October 24, 2010, 2:28 pm .

The biggest legal brawl in the art world is coming to a crashing halt

By Jason Edward Kaufman

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US Museums in Financial Crisis – Kaufman – The Art Newspaper

“Museums make deep cuts in face of global financial crisis,” The Art Newspaper, January 1, 2009 (Issue 198), p. 1.

US budgets slashed, programming reduced and expansions halted

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Tate and MoMA Rehang – Kaufman – Wall Street Journal

“Tate and MoMA Rehang Themselves,” The Wall Street Journal, May 12, 2000, p. W15C.

For Modern Art Museums, A Time for Change

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Stuart Davis – Kaufman – World &I

“Stuart Davis: American Modernist,” The World & I, April 1992, pp. 196-201.

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Rothschild Affair – Kaufman – Wall Street Journal

“The Rothschild Affair: A Test of Austria’s Conscience,” The Wall Street Journal,

July 6, 1999, p. A13.

Rothschild treasures leave Austrian museums and head for the auction block

by Jason Edward Kaufman

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Robert Rauschenberg Interview – Kaufman – The Art Newspaper

“Robert Rauschenberg: ‘Business sure screwed up the art world universally,’” The Art Newspaper, Sept. 1, 1997 (Issue 73), p. 17.

by Jason Edward Kaufman

On the occasion of his Guggenheim retrospective, the artist talks about his globe-trotting approach to “the adventure of art”

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Rob Storr at MoMA Interview – Kaufman – The Art Newspaper

Interview with Robert Storr, curator in The Museum of Modern Art’s Department of Painting and Sculpture, at MoMA, NYC, November 22, 1993, by Jason Edward Kaufman.

This is the unedited text of an interview that appeared in The Art Newspaper, March 1, 1994 (Issue 36):.

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Renaissance Women Portraits – Kaufman – Baltimore Sun

“Lovely, misleading Renaissance visions” (Renaissance portraits of women at National Gallery), The Baltimore Sun, Dec. 16, 2001, p. 2E.

Portraits enchant the viewer but fail to suggest the difficulties of women’s lives.

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Pieter De Hooch – Kaufman – Washington Post

“A Dutchman’s Hearth and Soul: In Hartford, Conn., 17th-Century Painter Pieter de Hooch Steps Out of Vermeer’s Shadow,” The Washington Post, February 07, 1999, p. G 6

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Picasso and Braque – Kaufman – World & I

“Picasso and Braque: Mano a Mano,” The World & I, Oct. 1989, pp. 278-83.

Pioneering Cubism

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Paul Mellon – Kaufman – The Art Newspaper

“Celebrating the greatest Anglophile of them all,” The Art Newspaper, April 1, 2007 (Issue 179), pp. 42-43.

Museums in the US and UK pay tribute to Paul Mellon, collector and benefactor, in the centenary of his birth

By Jason Edward Kaufman

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Odilon Redon – Kaufman – Washington Post

“Redon Reconsidered; In Chicago, the First Major U.S. Retrospective of the Artist’s Works,” The Washington Post, Jul 31, 1994, p. G.06

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Norman Rockwell – Kaufman – Baltimore Sun

“Rockwell rides a wave of patriotism,” The Baltimore Sun, January 27, 2002, p. 8E

The artist’s comforting vision is now on display at the Guggenheim, an unsettling turn of events.

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Monet – Kaufman – Washington Post

Sunday, Final Edition

“Thoroughly Modern Monet at Boston’s Fine Arts,” The Washington Post, October 25, 1998, P. G05.

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MoMA’s Exhibition Program – Kaufman – InView

“MoMA’s Quest for Relevance,” Artinfo.com – IN VIEW

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Miami Art Museum’s Future – Kaufman – InView

“Miami Art Museum Should Rethink its Identity,” IN VIEW at Artinfo.com – December 7, 2010, 3:41 pm, by Jason Edward Kaufman.

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Metropolitan’s Greek & Roman Galleries – Kaufman – Washington Post

“The Glory That Was…; At the Met, Greek and Roman Antiquities Galleries Given a Grand Makeover,” The Washington Post, Apr 25, 1999, Start p. G.06
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Kirk Varnedoe on Jasper Johns

“Jasper Johns: more than the slayer of Abstract Expressionist giants,” The Art Newspaper, Oct. 1, 1996 (Issue 63), pp. 16-17.

By Jason Edward Kaufman

For the past two decades we have seen bits and pieces of Johns’s career. At last, the Museum of Modern Art is presenting him whole. The result is an oeuvre far greater than the sum of its proto-Pop, Minimalist, and Conceptualist parts

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John Russell Interview – Kaufman – The Art Newspaper

“I wanted to teach, in an almost subliminal way but I did not want to preach. That is still what I try to do” (Interview: John Russell), The Art Newspaper, July-Aug. 1999, p. 49.

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J.A.M. Whistler – Kaufman – Baltimore Sun

“Whistler is Still Drawing Us,” The Baltimore Sun, April 12, 2003, p.

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Hendrick Ter Brugghen – Kaufman – Washington Post

“At National Gallery, two paintings by one Dutch master add up to a sublime exhibition,” The Washington Post, February 19, 2011;

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Guggenheim Bilbao – Kaufman – Washington Post

“Bilbao’s Guggenheim: New Colossus,” The Washington Post, October 26, 1997, p. G02

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Getty Leadership Structure – Kaufman – Los Angeles Times

“Should the Getty merge its president and museum director positions?”, Los Angeles Times, June 18, 2010

With both jobs now unfilled, some are calling for the leadership roles to be consolidated. Doing so would be a mistake, but the Getty should work to resolve conflicts between the two posts.

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Getty Antiquities Policy – Kaufman – The Art Newspaper

“Getty sticks with antiquities,” The Art Newspaper, July-Aug. 1996, pp. 1, 17.

The Getty Museum’s retreat from the antiquities market goes only so far

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Gary Tinterow and Modern Art at the Metropolitan – Kaufman – InView

August 26, 2010, 1:16 am

Gary Tinterow’s Contemporary Art Agenda for the Metropolitan Museum

In a wide-ranging interview, the chief curator of modern and contemporary art discusses collection sharing, acquisitions strategy, renovation of the Wallace Wing, negotiations to lease the Whitney’s Breuer building, and more.

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Eugene Victor Thaw Profile – Kaufman – New York Times

“A Collector Who Can Let Go of His Treasures,” The New York Times, November 24, 2002, Section 2, Arts and Leisure Desk, p. 42.

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Edward Weston – Kaufman – Baltimore Sun

“Following Weston’s twists and turns,” The Baltimore Sun, July 7, 2002, p. 1E.

D.C. exhibit shows photographer’s connections to other modernists

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Curator Values – Kaufman – InView

What Should Artists and Critics Urgently Care About?

In his review of the Whitney’s “Off the Wall, Part 1: Thirty Performative Actions” exhibitions, Ken Johnson writes in the NYT:

Andy Warhol’s Dance Diagram, 1962. Broad Art Foundation, Santa Monica.

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Corcoran Hires Consultants – Kaufman – InView

Corcoran Hires Outside Consultants to Shape its Identity
The struggling institution is selling property and seeking a new vision for its future.
The Corcoran Gallery in Washington, DC.

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Clement Greenberg Remembered – Kaufman – The Art Newspaper

Clement Greenberg as the American art world remembers him

“Clement Greenberg: As the art world remembers him” (Interviews with John Russell, Hilton Kramer, William Rubin, Robert Rosenblum, and Linda Nochlin), The Art Newspaper, June 1994, p. 4.

by Edward Kaufman

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Chaim Soutine – Kaufman Washington Post

“LETTER FROM NEW YORK: Chaim Soutine’s Colorful Expression,” The Washington Post, July 19, 1998, p. G.07.

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Boston Museum of Fine Arts – Kaufman – Wall Street Journal

“After a Massacre at The Boston Museum of Fine Arts, Sargent Reigns Supreme,” The Wall Street Journal, August 5, 1999, p. A 16

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Bellini’s Feast of the Gods – Kaufman – New York City Tribune

“National Gallery of Art: Bellini masterpiece, Feast of the Gods, restored”

“Splendor of `The Feast of the Gods’ Is Restored,” New York City Tribune, Mar. 19, 1990, p. 14.

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Antonio López García – Kaufman – World & I

“The Timeless Realism of Antonio López García,” The World & I, Dec. 1991, pp. 234-39.

Antonio López García: Timeless Realism in a Spanish Key

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Andy Goldsworthy – Kaufman – Wall Street Journal

“Following Inspiration Across Hill and Dale,” Wall Street Journal, July 18, 2000.

Goldsworthy’s Wall Goes for a Walk at Storm King

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Museums & Money – Kaufman – Wall Street Journal

“In a Downturn, Museums Remain Big Spenders,” The Wall Street Journal, August 21, 2001, p. A17.

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