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artnet Newsletter February 2011
Charlie Finch: ...what porn is to making love
Charlie Finch: Why I Hate Art Fairs It’s that time of year again, the one I dread most, when, at the diciest weather point of the New York season, a thousand art fairs and 10,000 ancillary events usher in the month of March. Art fairs are to looking at art what porn is to making love: a wide variety of partial impressions which draw one away from and ultimately shatter the whole experience... Read More
Armory Arts Week 2011 Armory Arts Week 2011

Here it comes! Armory Arts Week 2011 is ushering in a whirlwind of fair fever. Among the new developments this year are Chelsea dealer Ed Winkelman’s fair devoted to video art and even... Read More
Amazing Business in London Amazing Business in London

Art market confidence was back at the London contemporary sales in February, with all three houses – Sotheby’s, Christie’s and Phillips de Pury – doing amazing business... Read More
Christian Marclay: The Clock for Best Picture Oscar Christian Marclay: The Clock for
Best Picture Oscar


New York Magazine art critic Jerry Saltz explains why his nominee for the "Best Picture" Oscar is The Clock, a 24-hour-long masterpiece... Read More
Pulse, New York
Time to Dazzle: Van Cleef & Arpels Time to Dazzle: Van Cleef & Arpels

Decorative arts expert Brook S. Mason reports on "Set in Style: The Jewelry of Van Cleef & Arpels," the Cooper-Hewitt’s survey of the glittering luxury of the Paris jewelry firm’s 104-year history... Read More
Kai Althoff: Lonely Heart Kai Althoff: Lonely Heart

The German artist Kai Althoff is a Neo-Expressionist storyteller whose works constitute what might be called a scattered surrealist symphony of both youthful anomie and bohemian optimism... Read More
Artnet News: Hot Stuff at the Cool MoMA Artnet News: Hot Stuff at the
Cool MoMA


Is 8:30 am too early for the art-press corps? A breakfast press briefing at the Museum of Modern Art’s elegant Terrace 5 Café was awesome, and as it turns out, on the MoMA menu for the next year are more art shows than you can shake a stick at.... Read More
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Jesus Moroles, Musical Fish
Jesús Moroles
Musical Fish, 2010
Black granite
30.25 x 12.25 x 2.25 inches
Est: US $22,500-33,500
€ 16,355-24,350
Bidding ends March 3


Sam Francis, Untitled monotype
Sam Francis
Untitled monotype, 1989
Monoprint with aquatint
19.75 x 17.75 inches
Est: US $10,000-12,000
€ 7,268-8,722
Bidding ends March 2


Sebastiao Salgado, Iceberg and Penguins
Sebastião Salgado
Iceberg and Penguins, Paulet Island, Antarctica, 2005
Silver gelatin print
20 x 24 inches
Est: US $9,000-12,000
€ 6,540-8,722
Bidding ends March 1
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