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Issue 1, Wednesday, 02 March 2011  | Download this issue

Bonus time for art business?

The return of Wall Street wealth should give New York’s art fairs a boost

News and analysis

The Art Show sets a sophisticated tone

Collectors queue to view classic modern and contemporary works

Gaddafi’s son reveals true colours

Muammar Gaddafi's son, Saif, is also an architect, urban planner, and surrealist/symbolist painter

Support for Austrian director forced to resign

Artists and museum directors back up Peter Noever following his resignation

Also in this issue

Guaranteed outcome

Insurance for sellers or market manipulation? Why auction guarantees are dividing the art trade

 
Diary

Zabludowicz’s Collection (and son) debut in NY

The cream of New York’s art scene was out in force on Monday night for the first exhibition of the Zabludowicz Collection (aka British power art couple Anita and Poju) in the US. Art world luminaries such as dealers Yvon Lambert and Victoria Miro,...

 
Exhibitions

Our pick of shows to see when in Miami this week

Previews of the must-see exhibitions on during Art Basel Miami Beach at the city’s museums and private collection spaces
Video

Adjaye's form, Adjaye's content

At the Haus der Kunst in Munich, the British architect David Adjaye is the subject of an exhibition looking at his varied use of materials and how those materials engage his audiences (“David Adjaye: Form, Heft, Material,” 30 January-31 May). The architect, who turns 49 this year, has completed around 50 buildings around the world, and is currently at work on a range of projects including the home for the National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington, D.C. In this clip, he talks about his practice.

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