Mark Rothko

Fraudarchive

Christie’s sold fake Knoedler Rothko ‘worth’ $4m

Christie's finds itself caught up in the ongoing forgery scandal

Rothko’s children condemn Tate vandalism

One of Tate Modern's Rothkos is defaced in the name of art

Rothko and Sugimoto set the pace at Pace

Monochromatic works by both artists will be juxtaposed in Pace's new London location

New projects: The Rothko art centre

The artist was born in Daugavpils, once part of Russia

Why the Tate turned down Rothko’s offer of 30 paintings

Archives reveal the events behind director Norman Reid’s decision to accept only nine of the artist’s pictures

Royaltyarchive

Revealed: Royal family of Qatar is buyer of world’s most expensive Hirst

The ruling Al-Thanis bought the artist’s Lullaby Spring at Sotheby’s last year for £9.7m and are also believed to have purchased the Rockefeller Rothko for $72.8m

Rothko’s remains to be moved

The artist's children petition successfully for his disinterment

Rothko comes to Rome for the first time since 1970

The 70 painting strong exhibition will be in the newly reopened Palazzo delle Esposizioni

Books: Less opportunism and more rigour in study of Rothko, please

The 10 essays of Seeing Rothko are distinctly varied in quality

Rothko exhibition for China and South Korea

The travelling exhibition will be the first major show on the artist in either country

Booksarchive

Books: Mark Rothko himself provides an important piece of the Ab Ex jigsaw puzzle

Rothko’s meditation on how to reconcile physical experience with ideas

New Yorkarchive

What's On in '03: Abstract expressionist Richard Pousette-Dart at Knoedler & Company

His mythic heads and forms appear in paintings and drawings (1935-42) on show in New York

Avery, Gottlieb and Rothko together again at Knoedler & Company

Exploring the interchange between these iconic artists

Art marketarchive

Post-War and Contemporary sale report: where have all the Warhols gone?

Record prices for Andreas Gursky, Peter Doig, Luciano Fabro and Douglas Gordon

What's on in New York: From Neo-Classicism to Pop Art

A Rothko double-header at PaceWildenstein and Washburn, Lichtenstein’s brushstrokes legacy at Mitchell-Innes & Nash while Gagosian installs “Brushstroke” at the Seagram building Plaza

Berlinarchive

What's on in Berlin: From Rothko to wrappings

A selection of shows at the leading contemporary and modern galleries

Rothko Chapel enters the National Register of Historical Places 20 years early

The non-denominational chapel located in Texas is known both for it's site-specific Rothkos and it's advocacy for human rights

Awardsarchive

Mitchell Prize names David Anfam winner for Rothko catalogue raisonné that “sets new standards”

Adriaen de Vries takes the new award for the outstanding exhibition catalogue

Unveiled: the newly restored Rothko Chapel

A $1.8 million project saves both paintings and the contemplative space designed by the artist himself

Shedding light on Rothko’s light: Abstract Expressionism at the National Gallery of Art

The biggest show of the artist’s work for over twenty years derails the view that his highly charged colour-field paintings were a reflection of his moods

Books: The Rothko chapel and religious art without God

A study in obscurity for the twenty-fifth anniversary

Books: A catalogue raisonné for Mark Rothko

Only Gorky and Pollock of his peers has so far been catalogued

What's on in Switzerland: Good Rothko and Mark Tobey shows

In a quiet month a chance to see some classic modern art

Minimalist masterpieces on show in Sydney

The Drill Hall Gallery is showing works by Mark Rothko and Frank Stella, among others