Monthly Archives: April 2010


With 96 galleries from 20 different countries, works by approximately 900 artists and more than 30,000 visitors, the seventh edition of Mexico Cityʼs art fair ZONAMACO®, which took place from April 14-18, 2010, constitutes an important manifestation of the vitality of the Latin American art world and provides a meeting point to Latin American and [...]
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Table d’or

For years I have admired private collections that have included Yves Klein tables and have dreamed of placing one in a clients collection.  Probably the most well known is in the collection of Marianne Boesky who so generously allowed images from her home to be photographed for the New York Times Magazine in 2007. Here is [...]
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Chris Ofili at Tate Britain

Currently at Tate Britain, NOT at the south bank Tate Modern, is the mid-career retrospective of Chris Ofili. Without getting too much into the debate surrounding the recent phenomenon of surveying an artist’s career while they are very much still IN their career, it is interesting to note which artists major museums feel comfortable organizing [...]
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The Artist is Present

Sit silently with the artist for a duration of your choosing. So the instructions read on a small plaque on the 2nd floor atrium of the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA). Behind the plaque, a queue forms of visitors eager to enter a large square space—demarcated only by tape on the floor—and sit down at [...]
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