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Artist interview

Interview with Josiah McElheny: The bright lights of Vizcaya

A glassblower’s take on a Florida utopia

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Artist interview

The reluctant comic-book hero: Interview with Robert Crumb

A major survey of R. Crumb’s countercultural cartoons opened in Paris last month, but he remains mystified by the attention

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Interview with Andrea Fraser on exposing the art world from within

From mock guided tours to a sexual encounter with a collector, Fraser’s art is a unique form of institutional critique

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Art Basel in Miami Beach

Extramural shows at Art Basel Miami Beach 2011

If collectors are hungry for more, they can drop by commercial shows outside the fair organised by five of its galleries

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Artist interview

Twisted ways of seeing: Interview with Carsten Höller

Höller has a PhD in insect communication, but he abandoned the rules of science for the “subjective experience” of art

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Features

Tim Burton as great as Warhol, says MoMA in the lead up to its exhibition on the director

The curator of an exhibition which includes over 700 of the film-maker’s drawings, paintings, graphic works and photographs, believes Burton will come to be seen as one of the most influential artists of our time

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Art market

Fritz the Cat comic drawings hot on the art market, but highly rare

Robert Crumb, the creator, is now a cult figure in the contemporary art market

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Museums

MoMA's opening parties were as sober as Tanaguchi’s architecture

Riffraff-proofing the festivities involved intense security procedures

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New Art Dealers Alliance (Nada)

NADA and SCOPE: the emerging fairs that cash in on Art Basel's success

Enterprising dealers met collectors' demand for young and fashionable names

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Art market

The photography market has been going strong in the past few years, and these October sales may mark the return of steady growth in the field

Eggleston peddles to a new record

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Exhibitions

Mona Hatoum is the latest artist to curate an Artist's Choice exhibition at the MoMA

The show is named “Here is elsewhere” since “most of the artists in the exhibition, because of their gender, sexual orientation, colour, or cultural background, speak from a critical position outside the status quo”

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Commercial galleries

What’s On: rest of US commercial galleries

Delia Brown: getting hung up at a collector’s home en route to the museum. Margo Leavin Gallery, Los Angeles

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Exhibitions

Rebecca Warren has her first US solo exhibition

Donald Young Gallery, Chicago

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New York

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

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What's on

From superpower to no power this week in New York

Silly season in New York brings mobsters out on the town, gay-makeovers for the men of America and 80s disco to Kenny Schacter’s new gallery

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Exhibitions

Weapons of mass dissemination: The propaganda of war on show at the Wolfsonian

Florida International University presents a brilliantly curated tour of the First and Second World Wars

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Chris Burden

Chris Burden bites the bullet in exhibition at Gagosian Beverly Hills

A cheeky reference to his early performance art is displayed alongside other new work

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Exhibitions

The Drawing centre opens 'The stage of drawing: gesture and act' with help from Tate

An unmissable eclectic exhibition

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Art market

AIPAD '03 fair report: Art market perseveres in the shadow of a war

Collectors braved the terrorist alerts and bought but at a lower level than in the past

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Post-Impressionism

Vuillard at New York's Berry-Hill Galleries, the major show finally reaches Washington's National Gallery

The exhibition was brought to fruition with with the input of Galerie Bellier, directed by Jean-Claude Bellier, the godson of Vuillard

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Art Basel

Miami: the burgeoning art scene that attracted Art Basel

Do commercial galleries stand to benefit from the increased footfall brought by the famous art fair?

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Wolfgang Tillmans

Ordering Wolfgang Tillmans: 'Still life' on show at Harvard University

Benjamin Paul harks back to Dutch masters in his curation of Tillmans at the Busch-Reisinger Museum

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Art market

The changing locations of notable galleries in New York

What's next for galleries in the Chelsea and Soho areas?

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Andy Warhol

Andy Warhol in Los Angeles

A number of small shows devoted to the artist have opened across the city

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Exhibitions

Utopia & Reality: modernity in Sweden 1900-60

Bard Graduate Center for Studies in the Decorative Arts

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Exhibitions

Eva Hesse at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art

This exhibition incorporates paintings and works on paper

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Roger Balland

What's on: Roger Balland, “Outland”

Gagosian Gallery

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Perry Odgen

Perry Ogden's photographs of Francis Bacon’s Studio on show at the Tony Shafrazi Gallery

Inside 7 Reece Mews

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Art market

The mass gallery exodus from SoHo continues despite rumblings of a recession

Chelsea becomes the new home of many even as it becomes ever more expensive

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Art market

Marilyn photos sales flop; one set was just too expensive, the others were fake

A sign that even this highly popular market for images of the screen icon has its limits–and danger

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Contemporary Photography

Women by women in photography

Commercial photography in New York City

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Asian art

Haughtons’ International Asian Art Fair still rules NY's Asia Week

A diverse offering of Chinese, Japanese, Southeast Asian and contemporary art

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Rothko Chapel

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