Art In America

All Black Everything: Soulages Museum Opens in South of France

The French are no strangers to strikes. So few took notice, on the morning of May 30, when a group of angry farmers in the southern village of Rodez capitalized on the presence of president François Hollande—down from Paris to inaugurate a new...

Artnet Magazine Remembered at Haunch of Venison

Amidst heavy rains at the end of a muggy day in New York, dozens of art scribes gathered at Chelsea's Haunch of Venison gallery to honor Artnet.com's magazine. The German company, which provides a popular art market database, abruptly discontinued...

Artnet Magazine to Cease Publication

Artnet.com magazine is ceasing publication, according to an internal memo sent by editor Walter Robinson and obtained by A.i.A. The e-mail noted that this includes all three of its sites, serving readers in America, France and Germany, and that the...

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