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Plus, the Drawing Center plans an easy expansion.
"Face to Facebook," by Paolo Cirio and Alessandro Ludovico, created a sensation at Berlin's Transmediale Festival and irked Zuckerberg.
The blue-chip artist has conceded that he does not own all inflatable pups, so San Francisco's Park Life gallery can continue vending its pooch bookends.
An investigation into hot paintings found in the Wildenstein Institute follows another suit, concerning the concealment of the value of his late father's fortune.
In time for the Super Bowl, ARTINFO looked at six approaches contemporary artists have taken to the intense all-American sport in their work. Surprise! There's some homoeroticism.
These stunning mosaics may have covered Zechariah's final resting place.
Plus, Francesco Vezzoli on his new religion-and-celebrity mash-up at Gagosian.
The $5.6 million decrease in funding comes as a blow to culture groups already straitened by the economy.
Poetry and even some makeshift interactive art fortifies the occupation in Tahrir Square, but artist Ahmed Bassiouni is among the casualities of clashes with the government.
What various newspapers, magazines, and blogs have to say about the digital archive of more than 1,000 artworks from 17 international institutions.
Some analysts fear rampant speculation now that art has become a hot investment.
Harassed by the Camorra, Antonio Manfredi the latest museum official to take on Italy's organized crime wants to move his collection up north.
Plus, the short, awful life of J. Paul Getty III.
The AXA insurance giant is the rightful owner of the Koenig Sphere, the display of which has pitted 9/11 family members against the Port Authority.
The Gehry-designed "cloud of glass" museum for billionaire collector Bernard Arnault has been grounded by a French judge in the mid-construction.
While LACMA has stepped up to do fundraising for the massive folk art monument, who stands to gain, besides the devoted enclave of Watts lovers?
The General Association of Curators of French Public Collections have issued a lengthy report defending their profession against "extreme free-market logic."
Plus, Nazi-loot restitution champion Maria V. Altmann dies at 94.
The Perry and Marty Granoff Center for the Creative Arts features galleries, studios, performance spaces, and an interior that is split in half by a glass wall.
Amid the uprising, Zahi Hawass has secured the return of antiquities from the Metropolitan Museum, and is disputing accounts of chaos at the nation's museums.