Friday, April 22, 2016

Issue #17 (1 December 2012)

I hope you enjoy these stories and articles, as this is a very exciting time in the art world with Art Basel Miami Beach approaching and so much to see in our own neighborhood.

Do not miss some of the great shows in Chelsea and Manhattan. I hope you can come to our final ArtCafé of the year on Friday, December 7 from 10 - 11am at the Westport Arts Center.

Best wishes for a happy holiday season!

Helen Klisser During  
Director of Visual Arts
Westport Arts Center

Gorilla close up in the jungle-- no mist. Click image for video. Photo by Helen Klisser During.


The Audience at Art Movement:
Ann Hamilton at the Park Avenue Armory
by Roberta Smith, The New York Times

Art Basel Miami Beach Preview: What to Expect During December's Art Fair Madness
by Julia Halperin, Art+Auction

Art Basel Miami Beach 2012
December 6 - 9 

SCOPE Miami 2012 
December 4 - 9 

PULSE Miami 2012
December 6 - 9

December 4 - 9 

Matisse: In Search of True Painting
December 4 - March 17
Metropolitan Museum of Art 

George Bellows
through February 18
Metropolitan Museum of Art  

Miami's Art Gamble Has Paid Off-- Can Atlantic City Follow Suit?
by Rachel Corbett, ARTINFO 
Carroll Dunham opening reception at Gladstone Gallery, Chelsea. Photo by Helen Klisser During.


Times Critic Ken Johnson Responds to Petition
by Michael H. Miller, GalleristNY

Eyeing the Lens With Suspicion: 'New Photography 2012' at Museum of Modern Art
by Ken Johnson, The New York Times

The Biggest Sculpture in History
by Adam Shergold, UK Mail Online

Whitney Museum Announces Biennial Plans

by Carol Vogel, The New York Times

The Responsibility to Photograph, and Remember
INTERVIEW: Tyler Hicks
by Jame Estrin, The New York Times 
Leo Villareal's Giant Glowing Buckminster Fuller Tribute in Madison Square Park. Photo by Helen Klisser During.

Evolving Towards Ecstasy: Matisse Exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum of Art
by Roberta Smith, The New York Times 

Art in Review: Charles Ray 
by Roberta Smith, The New York Times

William Baziotes: 'A Centennial Exhibition: Surrealist Drawings of the 1930s'
by Roberta Smith, The New York Times 

Tatzu Nishi: A Living Room Suspended Over Columbus Circle
by Julie Lasky, The New York Times
You don't bring me flowers... courtesy of Ken Schachter via Facebook.

In Ten Years We'll All Agree That Damien Hirst is a Joke
by Ruth Dudley Edwards, The Telegraph 

Lunch with the FT: Frank Auerbach 
The reclusive 81-year-old shares prawn sandwiches with Jackie Wullschlager 
by Jackie Wullschlager, Financial Times  
The Greatest Fake Art Scam in History?
by Joshua Hammer, Vanity Fair 

VIDEO: Watch Anish Kapoor's "Gangnam Style" Parody Video in Support of Ai Wei Wei


Malcom Morely: Not Off the Grid, but Often in Flight
by Hilarie M. Sheets, The New York Times

Saltz: Is Glenn Beck's "Obama in Pee-Pee" Actually Art?
by Jerry Saltz, 

Rauschenberg: Art and Photos
The New York Times 
Cadmus muse and model, Jon Anderson. Click image to listen to Jon's interview on State of the ARTS.

VIDEO: Vito Acconci Explains What to Expect from His Design Miami Installation 
by Janelle Zara, ARTINFO 

Local Goes National
by Tim Hayward, Financial Times  

Artists Highlight Mount Everest's Growing Trash Problem By Turning it Into Sculpture
by  Allison Meier, ARTINFO
Christie's Establishes Highest Post-War and  Contemporary Art Sale Total in History at $412.3 Million
Christie's press release

How I Came to Embrace Richard Artschwager's Weirdness
by Jerry Saltz,  
William Wegman and Flo-- in action-- at Wegman's studio. Photo by Helen Klisser During.

Pop Art Design
by Pilar Viladas, T: The New York Times Style Magazine 

Three-Day Laser Rainbow Honoring NYC Sandy Victims Starts Beaming Tonight
by Benjamin Sutton, ARTINFO 

Saltz Challenges: Produce a 'Faux' Gerhard Richter Painting, and I'll Buy It 
by Jerry Saltz, 


Martha Rosler
Meta-Monumental Garage Sale
through November 30

Bob Dylan Embraces Appropriation at Gagosian, Hirst's Market Wilts, and More

Mike Kelley: Deodorized Central Mass with Satellites
Perry Rubenstein Gallery
through December 15
Dancing in Malawi.


In William Wegman's studio: Flo in action. Stay tuned for more information about our upcoming exhibition, "William Wegman: The Traveler" opening January 25, 2013.

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