Tag Archives: Laurie Hurwitz


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‘Unedited History, Iran 1960–2014′ at Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris

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Ed Atkins at Palais de Tokyo

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Louise Lawler, Chandelier (traced), 2001/2007/2013, signed certificate, installation instructions, match print on vinyl adhesive, and 
vector-based Illustrator file, dimensions variable. COURTESY REBECCA FANUELE/©LOUISE LAWLER/COURTESY THE ARTIST AND YVON LAMBERT, PARIS

Louise Lawler at Yvon Lambert

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News Web Exclusive
Rembrandt's L'Enfant a la bulle de savon, or Child with soap bubble,
was stolen in 1999 from the municipal museum in Draguignan, France. 
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French Rembrandt Thief Lives Real-Life Version of ‘Goldfinch’ Story

Man who stole painting for love and hid it for 15 years gets surprise when he comes clean Read More


Books Reviews
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Calle Me Maybe

A chronicle of Sophie Calle’s encounter with a mysterious stranger finally resurfaces
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Profiles
Fabrice Hyber with his painting Emmêlé, 2011.

Hyber’s Hybrids

Whether making the world’s largest soap bar or paintings of viruses, Fabrice Hyber infuses wit and mischief into his art projects Read More


Books Catalogues Raisonnés News
Corot experts Martin Dieterle and Claire Lebeau are preparing the sixth supplement to the artist’s catalogue raisonné.

‘If It Doesn’t Dance, It’s Not Corot’

A family steeped in Corot uses connoisseurship and instinct to distinguish the real paintings from copies and fakes Read More


Looking at Art
Anselm Kiefer's installation La Berceuse (for Van Gogh), 2010, was in a room devoted to Rembrandt's The Night Watch, 1642.  MYRA MAY

Kiefer on Night Watch

The German artist does Rembrandt, by way of van Gogh. Read More


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Haggling Over Monet

Why Paris has two Monet shows instead of one. Read More


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Carried Away with the Mona Lisa

In the 1970s, writer and filmmaker Joe Medeiros was reading up on Leonardo da Vinci when a sentence in Liana Bortolon’s book The Life and Times of Leonardo caught his eye. It mentioned the infamous theft of August 21, 1911, … Read More


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Is She Smiling for Two?

Space-age technology allowed restorers to see details of the Mona Lisa they never could before. Read More