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Thomas Lanigan-Schmidt, ?A Summer Beofre Vatican II - Tredentine Church (interior detail), 1976.?Cardboard, foil, Magic marker, plastic, printed material, staples, found objects and other media , 30 x 13 1/4 x 12 3/4. Courtesy of Pavel Zoubok Gallery

The Art World Was Her Stage: Holly Solomon, Actress, Collector, Dealer Extraordinaire


a double headed tribute show at Pavel Zoubok and Mixed Greens


Haunch of Venison's new space at 550 West 21st Street

The In and Out Club: Haunch of Venison Takes Yvon Lambert Spot in Chelsea


Boundaries Obscured is the inaugural group exhibition


Oriane Stender pictured in Allan Stone's office in front of a work by Franz Kline

Stonewall Me and I’ll Facebook You!


Artist Oriane Stender exposes travails of the troubled Allan Stone Gallery


Installation shot, Salon Zurcher, February 28 to March 6, 2011

Salon Zürcher: Showcasing the Indie Dealer Spirit


Stealing a march on the fairs, a Bleecker Street gallery hosts Brooklyn and Lower East Side peers.


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Lindsay Pollock takes helm at Art in America


Exceptional journalist known for her concern with the nuts and bolts of the art world


Carl Plansky, Self Portrait, 2005. Oil on panel, 18 x 14 inches. Courtesy of Sam & Adele Golden Gallery, New Berlin, NY where the work was on exhibition, September 25 to November 20, 2010 as part of the exhibition, Carl Plansky & Friends

Golden Handshake for Carl Plansky


Golden Artists Colors acquires Williamsburg Paint and marks occasion with show of Carl Plansky and friends


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For Your Eyes Only


Eighteen experts talk with Brian Appel on the $1,248,000 Richard Prince photograph that has set a new world auction record for photography. “There wasn’t really a plan. I’ve never been included in any photography based survey, museum show, photo magazine. I’ve heard that Peter Galassi hates my work. That he would never acknowledge it in…


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The New MoMA: a roundtable moderated by Aaron Yassin with Rocio Aranda-Alvarado, Deven Golden, Susan Jennings and Christian Viveros-Faune


The place of contemporary art in New York City is changing. With the scheduled reopening this November of the Museum of Modern Art on 53rd Street, the $858 million project will create 125,000 square feet of new and renovated gallery space, and a new era for the museum will begin. It will unquestionably be an…