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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.
 

#155 - from 17 December 2009 to 6 January 2010
This is our last issue for 2009. Our next newsletter will appear on January 7 2010. MERRY CHRISTMAS AND HAPPY NEW YEAR! - IN THE AIR: Eros at Christmas time - EXHIBITIONS: The artist and politics - Art on a code bar - All the colors of the Ballets Russes - Artoftheday also recommends these new exhibitions ... - AUCTIONS: Graffitti has reached maturity - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Miguel Chevalier is riding his high pixels - BOOKS: A world of faces
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#154 - from 10 December 2009 to 16 December 2009
IN THE AIR: Medellín, art against violence - EXHIBITIONS: Catalans of all times - Giorgione at home - Music’s black symphonies - Artoftheday also recommends these new exhibitions ... - AUCTIONS: The charge of the Orientalists - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Bernard Moninot, an artist with wind in his heels - BOOKS: Max and rural France
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#153 - from 3 December 2009 to 9 December 2009
IN THE AIR: Irak, Google and the others - EXHIBITIONS: The Gold of Peru - Crivelli, the passion for details - Group portrait with Virginia Woolf - Artoftheday also recommends these new exhibitions ... - AUCTIONS: The great Alitalia sell off - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Jacques Le Noane, a 1968 version of Surrealism - BOOKS: Eroticism as seen by Pascin
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#152 - from 26 November 2009 to 2 December 2009
IN THE AIR: Tim Burton, a trap for youths - EXHIBITIONS: Avercamp, the painter who came from the North - Baselitz, 50 years of a career - My son, my model - Artoftheday also recommends these new exhibtions ... - AUCTIONS: Three thousand years of the Orient - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Axel Cassel: curbs and counter-curbs - BOOKS: New Art Nouveau
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#151 - from 19 November 2009 to 25 November 2009
IN THE AIR: Mole skeletons and Peter Doig - EXHIBITIONS: Hockney in the beginning - Marianne Werefkin, a blue-blooded expressionist - Mannerist folly in Prague - Artoftheday also recommends these new exhibtions ... - AUCTIONS: Rediscover the avant-garde - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: The scream revisited by Sarkis - BOOKS: The Botta touch
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#150 - from 12 November 2009 to 18 November 2009
IN THE AIR: Did you say Turkey? - EXHIBITIONS: Botticelli, shadows and light - Sweet Josephine - All of Niki - Artoftheday also recommends these new exhibtions ... - AUCTIONS: Madame Leica - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Anders Petersen: looking for humanity - BOOKS: Good words on art
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#149 - from 5 November 2009 to 11 November 2009
IN THE AIR: Mona Lisa has put on weight - MUSEUMS: The return of an old Oxford pro - EXHIBITIONS: Wouverman liked to horse around - The Bauhaus spirit - Artoftheday also recommends these new exhibtions ... - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Tursic and Mille fiddle with current events - AUCTIONS: The treasure hunt - BOOKS: Dina, from muse to museum
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#148 - from 29 October 2009 to 4 November 2009
IN THE AIR: Caesar in France - EXHIBITIONS: Pompeian Delvaux? - Bacon’s century - Delpire at his best - Artoftheday also suggests - AUCTIONS: Durand-Ruel, the freshness of ancient works - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Saadane Afif, crossroad aesthetics - BOOKS: French Republic architecture
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#147 - from 22 October 2009 to 28 October 2009
IN THE AIR: And thus Louis XIVth finally arrived... - EXHIBITIONS: Sculptors of the XVIIth, the masters of Spain... - Eros through the ages - After Matisse came Rodin - Artoftheday also suggests - AUCTIONS: Perfumes of photographs at the Guerlains’ - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Fabienne Verdier : passion de Chine - BOOKS: Comic strips, from A to Z
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#146 - from 15 October 2009 to 21 October 2009
IN THE AIR: Death and the artist - EXHIBITIONS: Inks from China - Maino steps out of the shadow - Lights on Soulages - Artoftheday also suggests - AUCTIONS: Vérité, the return - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Hugues Reip: discovering the world - BOOKS: Delightful Turkish medleys
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#145 - from 8 October 2009 to 14 October 2009
IN THE AIR: The moving frontiers of paedophilia - EXHIBITIONS: Dazzling lights from the maharajas - Constantinople, two thousand years of power - Seurat’s revolutions - Artoftheday also suggests - AUCTIONS: Florence, capital of the Romano family - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Michael Kenna: dreaming landscapes - BOOKS: Women photographers
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#144 - from 1 October 2009 to 7 October 2009
IN THE AIR: The end of small museums? - EXHIBITIONS: Portrait of the artist as an advertising tycoon - The return of Fantin-Latour - The mysteries of Teotihuacán - Art of the day also suggests... - AUCTIONS: Ismail Merchant, a cultural go-between - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Peter Klasen against the Wall - BOOKS: The intimate side of Matisse
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#143 - from 24 September 2009 to 30 September 2009
IN THE AIR: Happy Anniversary Acadia - EXHIBITIONS: Moctezuma, the twilight of an Empire - Renoir’s last period - Pelez, the hidden side of the Belle Epoque - Art of the day also suggests - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Shirin Neshat makes Laos sing - AUCTIONS: Five centuries of stained glass - BOOKS: Wallpaper through the ages
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#142 - from 17 September 2009 to 23 September 2009
IN THE AIR: Dial M for ...Museum - EXHIBITIONS: Turner, under the influence - Nuvolari, on the other side of the lens ... - The magnificent Venetian three - Artoftheday also suggests... - AUCTIONS: A pinch of snuff? - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Ivan Navarro - BOOKS: Little house in the trees
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#141 - from 10 September 2009 to 16 September 2009
IN THE AIR: The exhibitions resist - EXHIBITIONS: Tiffany, the prince of glass - Transylvania comes to us - Shedding light on Impressionsm - Artoftheday also suggests... - FAIRS: To experience again the taste of collecting - TRIBAL ARTS: Kaos, 8th edition and so much more - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Claude Selva, dreams of landscapes - BOOKS: The Oriental style house
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#140 - from 2 July 2009 to 9 September 2009
Our next issue will appear on September 10. Have a nice holiday! - IN THE AIR: UNESCO vacation trips - EXHIBITIONS: Private Surrealism - Swiss secrets - The graffiti years - Artoftheday also suggests... - AUCTIONS: Last round before the summer - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Lilian Bourgeat, a matter of scale - Artoftheday also recommends... - BOOKS: Armstrong and old papers
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#139 - from 25 June 2009 to 1 July 2009
IN THE AIR: The other Mitterrand - EXHIBITIONS: To paint Céret - Ensor in America - Miró in a French garden - Artoftheday also recommends... - AUCTIONS: The wonder of robots - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Jean-Bernard Métais and city art - BOOKS: Reviewing a plundering
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#138 - from 18 June 2009 to 24 June 2009
IN THE AIR: The Hermitage sees double - EXHIBITIONS: Popes from Provence - Mucha’s curves - Artoftheday also recommends... - MUSEUMS: D day for the Acropolis - AUCTIONS: Graffiti is a solid value - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Lee Bul, a game of transparency - BOOKS: Magritte for children
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#137 - from 11 June 2009 to 17 June 2009
IN THE AIR: This is my blood - EXHIBITIONS: Florence in the Settecento - Richard Long, the artist with wings on his feet - The Africa Tarzan dreamt of - Artoftheday also recommends... - AUCTIONS: The spirit of Kenzo - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Antoine de La Boulaye, retinal persistence - BOOKS: Back in the USSR
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#136 - from 4 June 2009 to 10 June 2009
IN THE AIR: Sexless Biennale - EXHIBITIONS: Middle-aged Matisse - Look for the man - Maurice Denis’ passions in Brittany - Artoftheday also recommends... - AUCTIONS: Pious images - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Joël Brisse - BOOKS: Saura by Saura
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#135 - from 28 May 2009 to 3 June 2009
IN THE AIR: Belgian glories - EXHIBITIONS: Psyche, forever contemporary - Giacometti and the family - Colors from Jodhpur - Artoftheday also recommends... - AUCTIONS: Seurat, the return? - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Pascal Pesez’s art is more than skin deep - BOOKS: Picasso in the attic
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#134 - from 21 May 2009 to 27 May 2009
IN THE AIR: Piano, fortissimo? - EXHIBITIONS: Picasso, Cezanne style - Sorolla, a Spanish master - Beauty of other ages - Artoftheday also recommends... - AUCTIONS: Marceau, going, going... - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Sophie Calle: the others and me - BOOKS: The mandatory steps in contemporary art
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#133 - from 14 May 2009 to 20 May 2009
IN THE AIR: Just what is a museum? - EXHIBITIONS: Going through Normandy - Frank Lloyd Wright, 50 years later - Bulgaria on a gold background - Artoftheday also recommends... - AUCTIONS: The call of Nature - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Borre Sæthre : another world - BOOKS: Ousmane Sow, before being big
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#132 - from 7 May 2009 to 13 May 2009
IN THE AIR: Art to the trash - EXHIBITIONS: Germany, year 60 - Green is in art - Eiffel’s Turn - Artoftheday also recommends... - AUCTIONS: Masks from Africa - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Alun Williams, portraits and variations - BOOKS: The Bible of quai Branly
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#131 - from 30 April 2009 to 6 May 2009
IN THE AIR: Paris of the future - EXHIBITIONS: The greatness of the Savoy - Gallé, the Japanese - Keller, a revival - Artoftheday also recommends... - AUCTIONS: The icons of photography - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Nils-Udo: Nature first - BOOKS: Kersalé: Fiat lux!
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#130 - from 23 April 2009 to 29 April 2009
IN THE AIR: Return to Soweto - EXHIBITIONS: Gandhara, between Alexander and Buddha - Contemporary art in force - Titus, father and son - Artoftheday also recommends... - AUCTIONS: From Miró to Murakami - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Pierre Ardouvin : objects, instructions for use - BOOKS: The Renaissance and sustainable development
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#129 - from 16 April 2009 to 22 April 2009
IN THE AIR: Mandatory returns - EXHIBITIONS: Rivière, a Japanese from France - Masson’s animals - Sculpture in Champagne - Artoftheday also recommends... - AUCTIONS: Oury’s Dufys - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Jim Coverley close to the skin - BOOKS: Commando operations for the national Heritage
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#128 - from 9 April 2009 to 15 April 2009
IN THE AIR: La terra trema - EXHIBITIONS: Kandinsky from A to Z - Treasures from Mount Athos - Fra Angelico, sweet Renaissance - AUCTIONS: Projects for settings - BOOKS: Return to Hiroshima - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Ricardo Mosner: humanity in color
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#127 - from 2 April 2009 to 8 April 2009
IN THE AIR: Irish nudes - MUSEUMS: The return of Whitechapel - EXHIBITIONS: Baroque worlds - Image and its double - AUCTIONS: The hidden aspect of Nan Goldin - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Rainier Lericolais - BOOKS: The second sex
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#126 - from 26 March 2009 to 1 April 2009
IN THE AIR: Dare drawings! - EXHIBITIONS: The Parisian Calder - The jazz side of life - The princes’ clothes - AUCTIONS: The week of drawing - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Richard Orlinski, the man of the crocodile - BOOKS: The great flea voyage
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#125 - from 19 March 2009 to 25 March 2009
IN THE AIR: Master Bergé and his Warhols - EXHIBITIONS: From Romania with love - Galileo’s skies - Lippi and Son - AUCTIONS: Coins of the world - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Pascale Rémita : recycling the image - BOOKS: The Beehive is still buzzing
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#124 - from 12 March 2009 to 18 March 2009
IN THE AIR: TEFAF at 22 - EXHIBITIONS: A plunge into the subconscious - Warhol, the portrait artist - Going beyond Rodin - AUCTIONS: Gianni Versace’s world - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Faisal Samra wraps his head up - BOOKS: How we built our collection
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#123 - from 5 March 2009 to 11 March 2009
IN THE AIR: The call of the void - EXHIBITIONS: Sex according to Rodin - Egyptian afterlife - SOS polyptychs - AUCTIONS: Good times for comic strips? - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Alfredo Vilchis Roque brings the ex-voto back to life - BOOKS: Christo over the Arkansas
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#122 - from 26 February 2009 to 4 March 2009
IN THE AIR: The YSL sale: mission accomplished - EXHIBITIONS: The genesis of expressionism - ...and of the pre-Raphaelites - Suzanne Valadon and son - AUCTIONS: The Empire calls - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Annalia Saban - BOOKS: Deciphering photography
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#121 - from 19 February 2009 to 25 February 2009
IN THE AIR: Will Yves Saint Laurent bring the market back to life? - EXHIBITIONS: The century and a half of the della Robbia - Travelling exhibitions - Shah’ Abbas and the Iranian gold age - When Tarsila do Amaral reinvented Brazil - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Steve Hiett: art or ad? - BOOKS: As simple as architecture
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#120 - from 12 February 2009 to 18 February 2009
IN THE AIR: Impressionism against the crisis - EXHIBITIONS: Van Gogh at night - A Constructivist couple - The two faces of Giorgio de Chirico - AUCTIONS: Teapot time - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Marie Orensanz: aesthetics of the fragment - BOOKS: Portrait of Proust as an exhibition curator
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#119 - from 5 February 2009 to 11 February 2009
IN THE AIR: Inventory...34 000 works of art missing! - EXHIBITIONS: Darwinism in art - All you ever wanted to know on Futurism - Thailand before the Thais - AUCTIONS: The second death of the France - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Gueorgui Pinkhassov: from Magnum to art - BOOKS: A coyote in New York
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#118 - from 29 January 2009 to 4 February 2009
IN THE AIR: Master Putin and his easel - EXHIBITIONS: Palladio and Co. - Asia on my American mind - Fetishism is back - AUCTIONS: London, the big gamble - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Fred Kleinberg, rock attitude - BOOKS: Cartier-Bresson, master of the Monde
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#117 - from 22 January 2009 to 28 January 2009
IN THE AIR: Czech...mate! - EXHIBITIONS: Modern art, the cousin of primitive art - Revisiting Canova - Motherwell on paper - AUCTIONS: Collages all the way - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Stéphane Calais: in memoriam Claude Berri - BOOKS: A monkey’s life
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#116 - from 15 January 2009 to 21 January 2009
IN THE AIR: Long live the crisis! - EXHIBITIONS: America, as seen by Frank - Futurism is 100 years old - Pollock, the other one - AUCTIONS: A true goddess from Egypt - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Gilberto Zorio, after Arte povera - BOOKS: Climbing the Vesuvius
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#115 - from 8 January 2009 to 14 January 2009
IN THE AIR: The program... - EXHIBITIONS: Will the accused please stand up! - Einstein, my nephew - Premier de Cordier - AUCTIONS: Sotheby’s year - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Uriel Orlow (re)writes history - BOOKS: The anatomy of a construction site
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