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Art Of The Day Weekly

Every week, since April 2006, ArtoftheDay weekly brings you what's on in the world of art, in France and in Europe. Important, new or unusual events, exhibitions, auctions, fairs, artists, museums and galleries life, art books... You will find here, sorted by year, the summaries of all the issues published since its inception. Click on any of them, the complete issue will appear.

And if you want to go back further to the beginning of the century, our Archives section offers an extensive coverage of the world of art published on our dite since 2001.
 

#27 - from 14 December 2006 to 20 December 2006
This is our last issue for 2006. Our next newsletter will appear next year, on 4 January 2007 MERRY CHRISTMAS AND HAPPY NEW YEAR! - IN THE AIR: PUBLIC COMMISSION: A streetcar named art - EXHIBITIONS: The shocking Chapmans - Behind Tinitn, Hergé - Turpin, in praise of the little master - HERITAGE: Palazzo Madama, a major restoration - BOOKS: Rodtchenko
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#26 - from 7 December 2006 to 13 December 2006
IN THE AIR: A certain idea of Europe - MUSEUMS: A turn towards contemporary art in Boston - FAIRS: Art Basel, a fair with satellites - EXHIBITIONS: Lost memories of Alexandria - Juliette forever - AUCTIONS: Three Watteau colors - BOOKS: Caricatures through the ages
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#25 - from 30 November 2006 to 6 December 2006
IN THE AIR: The return of the Lord of Sipán - EXHIBITIONS: Hirst, the collector - From Kaboul, with love - Nitsch, great preacher of actionnism - MUSEUMS: Philadelphia strikes back - BOOKS: Once upon a time, the Grand Palais
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#24 - from 23 November 2006 to 29 November 2006
IN THE AIR: A few more figures - EXHIBITIONS: Van Gogh, a pioneer of expressionism - Romain Vishniac, a last witness - Raymond Hains, a beautiful souvenir - ARCHITECTURE: Le Corbusier, continuation and end - FAIRS: Artists speaking to artists - BOOKS: Faith seen from the sky
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#23 - from 16 November 2006 to 22 November 2006
IN THE AIR: Sky’s the limit - PHOTOGRAPHY: Paris Photo, the call of the North - EXHIBITIONS: Georges de la Tour is back - Stella: Jacques, not Frank - Vallet from the Valais - GRAPHIC ART: Graphic artists of the world - BOOKS: New York New York
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#22 - from 9 November 2006 to 15 November 2006
IN THE AIR: Seen from the sky - EXHIBITIONS: Advertising and the darkroom - Would you care for another Martini? - One Caravaggio, or the other - MARKET - ARTISSIMA Teenager - Plates against hunger - BOOKS: Kiefer-Celan, the nightmare of the camps
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#21 - from 2 November 2006 to 8 November 2006
IN THE AIR: Who did it? - THE MARKET: Klimt or Picasso, the night of the records? - EXHIBITIONS: November is photo time! - Artaud’s parallel worlds - Rouault - Matisse: their friendship - CONTEMPORARY ART: London calling... over...Paris... - BOOKS: Klein for children
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#20 - from 26 October 2006 to 1 November 2006
IN THE AIR: Calling Saatchi - THE MARKET: The FIAC comes into Paris - Fairs a plenty - EXHIBITIONS: Maurice Denis, more than a Nabi - Painting in Venice - Peggy welcomes Germaine - BOOKS: A life of luxury
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#19 - from 19 October 2006 to 25 October 2006
IN THE AIR: For 4 million dollars more - ARCHITECTURE: My house in Japan - MUSEUMS: Bodegones raining down on the Prado - Hogarth, painting as a weapon - Lille 3000, best of... - ...off Lille 3000 - BOOKS: Plants and Co.
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#18 - from 12 October 2006 to 18 October 2006
IN THE AIR: The Sevso treasure, the return! - MUSEUMS: The Louvre is an American treasure - FESTIVAL: Lille on Indian time - EXHIBITIONS: Half of Velazquez - Rauschenberg, in praise of pot-pourri - ...and Fabrica , open your eyes - The Thraces measured in carats - BOOKS: The secret of the dome
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#17 - from 5 October 2006 to 11 October 2006
IN THE AIR: Louis Vuitton: 100 million for a foundation - ARCHITECTURE: DENVER , A POINTED WING - EXHIBITIONS: Blue, obviously blue - Flood black - Lights of the Alps - AUCTIONS: Fred Feinsilber, books through images - BOOKS: Exit Marx, enter God
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#16 - from 28 September 2006 to 4 October 2006
IN THE AIR: Hitler, going...gone! - EXHIBITIONS: When Venice looked to the East - Holbein and the right families of the XVIth century - Portrait, portrait on the wall... - MARKET: Brassaï: photography and beyond - Art Forum, tenth edition - BOOKS: France, your art history is disappearing
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#15 - from 21 September 2006 to 27 September 2006
IN THE AIR: Christie’s, how many millions? - EXHIBITIONS: The fantastic worlds of Spilliaert - An old Picasso for a new Albertina - Carracci back home - FESTIVAL: An autumn in Toulouse - AUCTIONS: Latest news from Brecht - BOOKS: Blunt, between Poussin and Komintern
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#14 - from 14 September 2006 to 20 September 2006
IN THE AIR: The Antiques Biennial you know where - HERITAGE: Treasures from Dresden - MUSEUMS: Still more objects - EXHIBITIONS: Leonardo forever - Mantegna threefold - The eye of Europe - BOOKS: Van Cleef & Arpels, first century
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#13 - from 7 September 2006 to 13 September 2006
IN THE AIR: An overdose of biennial events - EXHIBITIONS: Titien, the artist who made the portrait of royalty - The dark charm of Caravaggio - MUSEUMS: A scream of relief - ARCHITECTURE: Venice looks at the town - PHOTOGRAPHY: Way by the war correspondents’ - BOOKS: Travels through the gardens
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#12 - From 13 July 2006 To 6 September 2006
IN THE AIR: Gone today, back tomorrow... - MUSEUMS: The Guggenheim looks towards the Orient - EXHIBITIONS: Klimt in five major - Brilliant Moghols - Marilyn, the last clap - The machine age
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#11 - from 6 July 2006 to 13 July 2006
IN THE AIR - Long live black! - MUSEUMS: Glasgow will recover its Kelvingrove - EXHIBITIONS: Japan and Van Gogh - The actor unveiled by the artist - Buffet revisited - The Blue Horseman, an art that obeys no law - BOOKS: Art books, an adventure of the XXth century
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#10 - from 29 June 2006 to 5 July 2006
IN THE AIR: Objective, Arles - MUSEUMS: A small Louvre for Luxembourg - Contemporary art under the sun of Cascais - HERITAGE: Versailles, cottages, digital generation - EXHIBITIONS: Baselitz, the world upside down - Portrait of the artist as a martyr - CULTURAL POLICY: Manifesta, a new Cyprus war - BOOKS: The abbot who loved prehistory
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#9 - from 22 June 2006 to 28 June 2006
IN THE AIR: Dear, dearer Gustav Klimt - AUCTIONS: Primitive Arts : Vérité means truth - EXHIBITIONS: Sicily, sauce Normande - The Maeght Foundation in the dark - Quinn, blood in Rome - MUSEUMS: Brussels gets pluged in - BOOKS: America before Americans
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#8 - from 15 June 2006 to 21 June 2006
IN THE AIR: Branly, here we go - EXHIBITIONS: Cranachs all the way from Mexico - I love Paris - Ketchup in the cold - THE THIRTIES: Strasbourg taken by abstraction - From Bauhaus... - ...to Total Art - BOOKS: Vigée-Lebrun...We mean Mrs. Vigée-Lebrun
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#7 - from 8 June 2006 to 14 June 2006
IN THE AIR: All is fair in Basel - JUSTICE: Settlement or chaos? - THE YEAR OF CEZANNE: Aix’s prodigal son celebrated at home - EXHIBITIONS: Dunkerque in Eggleston’s lens - Kandinsky, a jump into abstraction - David Smith, a stranger - BOOKS: Frank Lloyd Wright, master in houses
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#6 - from 1 June 2006 to 7 June 2006
IN THE AIR: Photographs unlimited - EXHIBITIONS: Constable in large formats - Picasso, again and always - Tal-Coat, Breton d’abstraction - AUCTIONS: Inaccessible Art déco - FAIRS: Primitive art: Brussels on the road to Quai Branly - BOOKS: Gerda frees herself from Capa
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#5 - from 25 May 2006 to 31 May 2006
IN THE AIR: Biennial events galore - EXHIBITIONS: To rediscover Rassenfosse - Beware, Sierra is coming - When Millet used to go out for fresh air - MUSEUMS: Andalusian silver - AUCTIONS: House sale Italian style - BOOKS: Ipoustéguy, what painter are thee?
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#4 - from 18 May 2006 to 24 May 2006
IN THE AIR: Immediate boarding for the Tate. - EXHIBITIONS: To paint the desert - Something new about Giacometti - Raffaello, the Florentine years - FAIRS: Barcelona, at the head of video - AUCTIONS: Périer, wild about the sixties - BOOKS: Black is black
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#3 - from 11 May 2006 to 17 May 2006
IN THE AIR: Museums put on a great show - EXHIBITIONS: When Cindy meets Sherman - All you ever wanted to know about Jan Fabre - Battle of documents - GRAPHIC ARTS: Chaumont still posted - Amateurs for prints are still to be found - AUCTIONS: Amazon Winds over Drouot - BOOKS: Who are you Dora Maar?
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#2 - from 4 May 2006 to 10 May 2006
IN THE AIR: Does French art exist? - MUSEUMS: The Orangerie, walls included - EXHIBITIONS: Friedrich, the exhilaration of Nature - The desperados of Viennese actionnism - Gilbert & George strike again - PHOTOGRAPHY: Will little DFOTO grow up? - BOOKS: Goude in large widths
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#1 - from 27 April 2006 to 3 May 2006
IN THE AIR: Pinault, the merchant of Venice - AUCTIONS: Picasso-Van Gogh, summit meeting - The affront made to Blake - EXHIBITIONS: Cow Parade - Gentile da Fabriano, the amiable Renaissance - Art before the Perestroïka - FESTIVAL: The fashion of the future in Hyères - BOOKS: Tamara, icon of Art Deco
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