News stories from around the art world: Paris – cutting edge, but criticized by its own http://nyti.ms/92Vv1u The new niche that’s developing in Hong Kong http://nyti.ms/b9yFec Rethinking the visitor experience – the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s director speaks http://bit.ly/94rcgk Moscow begins to take video art seriously http://bit.ly/9SymHK Popular stories from the week: Follow in the […]

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News stories from around the art world: The Basel buzz – where video abounds and success visits http://nyti.ms/9QUrF0 for names both big and small http://bit.ly/9dnoZA ‘The muses who roared'; how Surrealism blossomed through the work of 3 amazing women whose work is now being brought to light http://bit.ly/9XbKFs The Museum of African Art takes its […]

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Art news from around the world: Australian artists unite in outrage as funds are recommended not to invest in the arts http://bit.ly/aAdsHW Questions of funding become ever more important http://bit.ly/9qsKDD as cultural donations plunge http://bit.ly/ck8ebW U.S. response to contemporary Iranian art is subdued as the market lags behind that elsewhere in the world http://bit.ly/cdCjSH MoMA […]

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News stories from around the art world: The era of the Young British Artists is over – bring on the next big thing! http://bit.ly/9vuqFg As LA MOCA’s new director takes over, a critic offers dos and don’ts http://bit.ly/9mznVZ Trying to turn Florida fair into an international event http://bit.ly/bK3rdm As the Paris #art scene moves back […]

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News from around the art world: Buzz surrounds Hong Kong art fair, as Western dealers try to work out how to appeal to new Asian buyers http://bit.ly/96AU35 The Chinese artist who likes money and is setting up a gallery sponsored by a bank http://nyti.ms/cr4py8 How much funding is good for the arts? The debate continues […]

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It’s been a busy week in the art world, so here are some headlines collected together for your weekly art update. As always, all comments and opinions are welcome! News stories from around the art world: Why the choice of the stolen French masterpieces was well-thought out http://bit.ly/9rNPGF and how it happened http://nyti.ms/dfJRjI Where next, […]

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News stories from around the art world: The UK and its new culture secretary; a good guy http://bit.ly/d3Qxni but already looking at cuts http://bit.ly/9fr1MH Postwar and contemporary art prove to be part of the wider art market http://nyti.ms/99B6Th The Tate Modern’s birthday present to itself; the declaration that geography doesn’t matter http://bit.ly/aY0HHl The hot legal […]

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News stories from around the art world: The Australian love affair with public art – proud and popular (though still at risk from vandalism) http://bit.ly/aH9qU1 Has the Turner Prize lost its touch, or is it still valuable in today’s art world? http://bit.ly/dmKvPw As art auctions return to boom-time mode, attention shifts to the money rather […]

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A selection of the past week’s art stories, straight to your inbox if you subscribe by email. A very international set of stories in our first category this week, while the first and last items in the popular category were particularly picked up on. Don’t forget that you can receive daily news updates by following […]

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This week’s collection of interesting tidbits from the international art world. Feel free to comment on any that catch your fancy! News stories from around the art world: The power of street photography – and why it’s becoming more difficult http://bit.ly/cm5thl Digging deep into the vaults; how museums are rediscovering their own treasures http://bit.ly/deXcUS Glasgow’s […]

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