A photo survey of offerings at Art Basel 2010.
Lincoln Center Arts Tours, Americans for the Arts Conference, National Trust for Historic Preservation’s New President
Across my desk… Lincoln Center Offers Art and Architecture Tours A decade ago, during a financial crunch, Lincoln Center considered selling Jasper Johns’ Numbers, a work that had graced the lobby of the New York State Theater for 35 years and had grown in value to $10-15 million. Unlike the New York Public Library, whose…
A 19th-century photograph recently discovered in a Charlotte, NC moving sale portrays two children that may have been slaves. According to the Associated Press, it was acquired by Keya Morgan, a NY dealer and collector of Civil War-era artifacts. He paid $30,000 for an album containing the photo and $20,000 for a document dated 1854…
INterVIEW with LACMA Director Michael Govan [Part 3]: The Resnick Pavilion, Transforming the Campus, Rethinking Traditional Curatorial Departments, and Hot Topics in Art History
LACMA Director Michael Govan on Rethinking Traditional Curatorial Departments, Hot Topics in Art History, and Expanding the Museum.
Getty Trust president and CEO James Wood has died at 69.
INterVIEW with LACMA Director Michael Govan [Part 2]: On New Media, Redefining Contemporary Art, and the Convergence of Film and Art in L.A.
LACMA Director Michael Govan on New Media, Contemporary Art, and the Convergence of Film and Art in L.A..
Los Angeles County Museum of Art director Michael Govan on his relationship with Eli Broad.