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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.
 

#114 - from 18 December 2008 to 24 December 2008
This is our last issue for 2008. Our next newsletter will appear next year, on January 8 2009. MERRY CHRISTMAS AND HAPPY NEW YEAR! - IN THE AIR: To build...or rebuild, that is the question? - EXHIBITIONS: Korda, the Cuban - Grand Palais, grand images - A passage to India - AUCTIONS: Sacred materials - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Candida Romero: the artist and the novelist - BOOKS: (Almost) all Picasso
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#113 - from 11 December 2008 to 17 December 2008
IN THE AIR: In face of the crisis, let us dream - EXHIBITIONS: A lesson in fashion from the Tsars - The Seine sets the stage - My life, the return - AUCTIONS: All the perfumes of Arabia... - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Glen Baxter: the return of nonsense - BOOKS: Theories on posters
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#112 - from 4 December 2008 to 10 December 2008
IN THE AIR: Michelangelo at McDonald’s - EXHIBITIONS: Lurçat: Angers calling - Magritte, al naturale - MUSEUMS: MAO’s long walk - AUCTIONS: Objects that take you through time - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Delphine Coindet: the life of objects - BOOKS: Baghdad brick
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#111 - from 27 November 2008 to 3 December 2008
IN THE AIR: In vino veritas - EXHIBITIONS: Turner’s Italy - Hans Erni, bigger than life - In praise of poor architecture - AUCTIONS: Anquetin, a give-away - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Philippe Perrin - BOOKS: Eternal Egypt
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#110 - from 20 November 2008 to 26 November 2008
IN THE AIR: Ramirez and Van Gogh, for the same cause - EXHIBITIONS: Vouet, the Italian - Easter Island, necessarily a mystery - Braque, beyond Cubism - AUCTIONS: An inventory of hand fans - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Aurore Valade - BOOKS: My little book does not know depression
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#109 - from 13 November 2008 to 19 November 2008
IN THE AIR: Paris, the capital of photography - EXHIBITIONS: Costakis, a foray into Soviet art - Solomon’s eye - Erasmus, what a folly! - AUCTIONS: The eye of Roegiers - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Ed Kienholz: between Dada and Rauschenberg - BOOKS: Phtography, French-style
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#108 - from 6 November 2008 to 12 November 2008
IN THE AIR: Rendez-vous in Torino - EXHIBITIONS: In memoriam of Daniel Tremblay - CoBrA, the European artistic snake - Women offered - AUCTIONS: A Basquiat to fight the crisis - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Aleksandra Mir: like a wingless plane - BOOKS: The other Russian revolution
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#107 - from 30 October 2008 to 5 November 2008
IN THE AIR: EXHIBITIONS: Klee is back in Berlin - Henri Martin, a hero of the Third Republic - AUCTIONS: Back in Jacques Brel’s dear flat country - Sotheby’s risks a big gamble - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Tom Sachs: between Hello Kitty and Goethe - BOOKS: Mingei, in praise of poor art
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#106 - from 23 October 2008 to 29 October 2008
IN THE AIR: Hotel Guggenheim - EXHIBITIONS: Real Byzantium! - Tribute to Montebello - Canaletto and the like - AUCTIONS: Large sculptures - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: André Raffray: Duchamp revisited - BOOKS: Long live blue, down with yellow!
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#105 - from 16 October 2008 to 22 October 2008
IN THE AIR: Eve nude in Mchigan - EXHIBITIONS: In Vuillard’s intimacy - Dufy in all directions - Futurism will blow its one hundred candles - AUCTIONS: The explosion of pâte-sur-pâte - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Julio Le Parc: light in a box - BOOKS: The Etruscans and their cousins
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#104 - from 9 October 2008 to 15 September 2008
IN THE AIR: It is forbidden not to touch! - EXHIBITIONS: How to be an artist in 14-18 - Van Dyck, a painter fit for the kings - Madame Pompadour, an ambassadress of French taste - AUCTIONS: Small prices for the Great century - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Christiane Pooley - BOOKS: Under the glass, the color
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#103 - from 2 October 2008 to 8 October 2008
IN THE AIR: Honey, I shrunk the Tuileries - EXHIBITIONS: Artists, sheer genius - Pomodoro sees big - Picasso looks back on the past - AUCTIONS: In the frame - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Ry Rocklen: no waste - BOOKS: Sarrabezolles, the poet of concrete
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#102 - from 25 September 2008 to 1 October 2008
IN THE AIR: Would you care for some Cold War? - EXHIBITIONS: Rothko, Seagram style - Mantegna, the humanist with a paint brush - The call of Venice - AUCTIONS: Art déco according to Catteau - ARTISTS OF THE WEEK: Deux and Reims: 60 years of common visions - BOOKS: Araki uncovered
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#101 - from 18 September 2008 to 24 September 2008
IN THE AIR: The Acropolis done me in - EXHIBITIONS: Boldini, idealizing women - An oscar for Correggio - Nolde, painting as a means to resist - AUCTIONS: Gothic autographs - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: PJ Crook : horror vacui - BOOKS: Pax Scandinavia
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#100 - from 11 September 2008 to 17 September 2008
IN THE AIR: Paris Biennale: in search of its bearings - EXHIBITIONS: All Bacon minus the workshop - My son Vincent - ARCHITECTURE: The roads of utopia - AUCTIONS: The Hirst Parade - BOOKS: Recovering art, an endless story
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#99 - from 4 September 2008 to 10 September 2008
IN THE AIR: Art overdose - EXHIBITIONS: Another Van Gogh is possible - Napoleon’s soap has been taken - TRIBAL ART: Tribal Saint-Germain - AUCTIONS: The latest in design at Christie’s - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Marlène Mocquet finds the spots - BOOKS: A sense for women
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#98 - from 10 July 2008 to 3 September 2008
Our next issue will appear on September 4. Have a nice holiday! - IN THE AIR: Climb the column with Antony... - MUSEUMS: Surrealism, Berlin style - EXHIBITIONS: Meynier, the king of ceilings - Paul Strand comes back by the sea - Play Spain for us - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Hubert Duprat, the language of stones - BOOKS: Malraux, a builder and protector
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#97 - from 3 July 2008 to 9 July 2008
IN THE AIR: Art rules in Warsaw - EXHIBITIONS: Van Dongen, solid as the Rock - Ave César, Nouvel style - Laib and pollen - PHOTOGRAPHY: The encounters of Lacroix - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Penone, the trunk-man - BOOKS: Chinese architecture in danger
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#96 - from 26 June 2008 to 2 July 2008
IN THE AIR: Don’t cry for me, Argentina... - EXHIBITIONS: Miró’s roots - New China - Avedon’s large spectrum - AUCTIONS: Paper architects - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Lynn Pook : the beauty of sound - BOOKS: Magyar colors
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#95 - from 19 June 2008 to 25 June 2008
IN THE AIR: Beware, fresh vegetables - PATRONAGE: Culture can also deliver profit - EXHIBITIONS: First Italian Divisionism - Fifteen years in the life of Annie Leibovitz - Contemporary art revealed through the sparkles - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Cy Twombly : the empire of signs - BOOKS: The other Prouvé
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#94 - from 12 June 2008 to 18 June 2008
IN THE AIR: The controversy of Saragossa - EXHIBITIONS: A very British Orient - Centennial Balthus - Gods of the warm seas - AUCTIONS: Rouen in blue - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Johan Creten : shaping Rabelais into ceramics - BOOKS: In memory of Cerredo
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#93 - from 5 June 2008 to 11 June 2008
IN THE AIR: A biennale in a suitcase - MUSEUMS: A Jewish museum in the shape of a diamond - EXHIBITIONS: Klimt, the Viennese - Portraits, the golden age - When Zao engraved - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: The landscapes dreamt by Didier Marcel - BOOKS: Auctions, procedure to follow
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#92 - from 29 May 2008 to 5 June 2008
IN THE AIR: No nude mummies please, we are British! - FAIRS: Transition year at Basel - MUSEUMS: Wallonia plays with snapshots - EXHIBITIONS: The American Léger - On the land of the Medicis - BOOKS: Photos with problems - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Barceló in the intimacy of prints
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#91 - from 22 May 2008 to 28 May 2008
IN THE AIR: On Freud’s sofa - MUSEUMS: Novelties in the Trentino region - From London with love - EXHIBITIONS: Steel Caro - Militant posters - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Pedro Cabrita Reis, a builder - BOOKS: Through time
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#90 - from 15 May 2008 to 21 May 2008
IN THE AIR: Egypt = pyramids? - EXHIBITIONS: When the Flemish cross the Channel - Villeglé, a first - Olivetti, a culture fluid - AUCTIONS: The return of Breton’s Manifeste - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Peter Dean: stones and pigments - BOOKS: The Comedy Botticelli drew
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#89 - from 8 May 2008 to 14 May 2008
IN THE AIR: Correggio plays football - MUSEUMS: Lisbon, new capital of the Orient - EXHIBITIONS: How to give Michelangelo a face - Loth, a German Caravaggio? - Steinberg, orchestra-cartoonist - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Richard Serra weighs it on - BOOKS: Parr, a world apart
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#88 - from 1 May 2008 to 7 May 2008
IN THE AIR: Mona Lisa without varnish - EXHIBITIONS: A century of Coppola - Sacred resistance - The sixties, Italian style - AUCTIONS: The race for millions - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: John Currin - BOOKS: Good patterns from Peru
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#87 - from 24 April 2008 to 30 April 2008
IN THE AIR: James Bond and the potpourri - EXHIBITIONS: Royal treasures - Goya yesterday and today - Eliasson is everywhere - HERITAGE: Mystery over Lascaux - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Edouard Levé - BOOKS: Requiem for French museums
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#86 - from 17 April 2008 to 23 April 2008
IN THE AIR: A question of animals - EXHIBITIONS: Fattori is as real as ever - Erro’s gang - Ten years of Japanese architecture - FAIRS: Italy holds on to furniture - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: BOOKS: Return to the primitives
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#85 - from 10 April 2008 to 16 April 2008
IN THE AIR: Headlines - April 1st - The Eifffel Tower will not be wearing a collaret - EXHIBITIONS: An ode to books - Camille comes back to Rodin - Kokoschka, last half of the century - FAIRS: Paris, the capital of drawing - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Jim Dine - BOOKS: Earth
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#84 - from 3 April 2008 to 9 April 2008
IN THE AIR: The Eiffel Tower’s collaret - EXHIBITIONS: The Renaissance, the medical side - Italian snapshots - FAIRS: Parisian rendez-vous - AUCTIONS: In memory of May 68 - ARTISTS OF THE WEEK: Anne et Patrick Poirier, a couple made to last - BOOKS: At Obrist’s microphone
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#83 - from 27 March 2008 to 2 April 2008
IN THE AIR: 131 million dollars - EXHIBITIONS: Karavan comes through Berlin - Corinth’s flesh and tones - Paracas, death in this material - THE MARKET: Japan’s hour - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Candida Höffer : empty Paris - BOOKS: The horse’s palette
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#82 - from 20 March 2008 to 26 March 2008
IN THE AIR: The art of my country - EXHIBITIONS: Say it with colors - Far away cultures from Barbier-Mueller - The spirit of Team 10 - GALLERIES: The return of Berri - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Gilles Barbier: between banana peels and dictionary - BOOKS: Buffet, served cold
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#81 - from 13 March 2008 to 19 March 2008
IN THE AIR: A metro named archeology - EXHIBITIONS: China: proof by three - A bronze Egypt - Marie-Antoinette, you saw the movie, now run to the exhibit - THE MARKET: Every one hundred years, M. Gillot is back... - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Marcus Tomlinson: colored body - BOOKS: Bangladesh, as if you were there
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#80 - from 6 March 2008 to 12 March 2008
IN THE AIR: Musée d’Offay - THE MARKET: TEFAF at all costs - EXHIBITIONS: Romanesque elegies - An aforetaste of Bacon - All roads lead to Babylonia - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Denis Roche - BOOKS: Alechinsky to the letter
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#79 - from 28 February 2008 to 5 March 2008
IN THE AIR: Once again, talk regarding museum funds - THE MARKET: French depression - EXHIBITS: Daumier, master of engravings - The Italian Ottocento -our XIXth century - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Mihael Milunovic - BOOKS: Atlan’s little theater
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#78 - from 21 February 2008 to 27 February 2008
IN THE AIR: Duchamp at every floor - ARCHITECTURE: The museum triangle gains strength - EXHIBITIONS: Batoni, pompous? - Keith Haring: the golden age - Vlaminck, the Fauve period - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Ben - BOOKS: The Spirit of Ferrara
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#77 - from 14 February 2008 to 20 February 2008
IN THE AIR: Keep moving, nothing to sell here! - MUSEUMS: Mr. Broad offers a museum - EXHIBITIONS: Balla in the center - The Penck generation - In search of the Dutch primitives - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Françoise Pétrovitch - BOOKS: Writers’ drawings
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#76 - from 7 February 2008 to 13 February 2008
IN THE AIR: The Louvre of the twenties - EXHIBITIONS: Modigliani and his time - To laugh, or not to laugh... - A gathering for Bill - MARKET: Arco goes over the 300 barrier - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Mona Hatoum: the dark country of my childhood - BOOKS: An architect looks closely at Vauban
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#75 - from 31 January 2008 to 6 February 2008
IN THE AIR: Objective, China - MUSEUMS: The donation made to Matisse - EXHIBITIONS: Paulin at 80 - In the footsteps of Pintoricchio - Cai Guo Qiang, a blazing trail - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Gérard Garouste - BOOKS: The market, now and before
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#74 - from 24 January 2008 to 30 January 2008
IN THE AIR: Forgery a plenty - MUSEUMS: Würth a Picasso - EXHIBITS: Action painting shows its muscle - Russian loans - The charge of the Barbarians - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Karen Knorr - BOOKS: Between football and cooking
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#73 - from 17 January 2008 to 23 January 2008
IN THE AIR: The artist, the car dealer and the drill - EXHIBITIONS: Guido Cagnacci, a rediscovery - Attila has come through here - Latin abstractions - CONTEMPORARY ART: Trafalgar, the club of six - BOOKS: The Symbolist melting pot - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Enzo Cucchi: surviving in the Transavanguardia
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#72 - from 10 January 2008 to 16 January 2008
IN THE AIR: Extension of the domaine of the black stain - EXHIBITIONS: Status quo on the ivory cost - You can come home again - Steichen, on the fashion side - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Buren’s gang - MARKET: Sotheby’s catches up with Christie’s - BOOKS: Sumptuous Moghol parenthesis
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