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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.
 

#197 - from 16 December 2010 to 5 January 2011
IN THE AIR: Milano on the map of the XXth century - EXHIBITIONS: Metsu, the other Vermeer - Mexican avant-gardes - Modigliani in 3-D - Artoftheday also recommends - AUCTIONS: Christmas pot-pourri - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Louidgi Beltrame and the nightmare of the architect - BOOKS: Paris, the time machine
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#196 - from 9 December 2010 to 15 December 2010
IN THE AIR: My museum in Zanzibar - EXHIBITIONS: Painting the Mediterranean - When China dressed its Emperor - A family collection - Artoftheday also recommends... - AUCTIONS: Too many notes - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: The mental landscapes of Ellen Kooi - BOOKS: Provincial masterworks
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#195 - from 2 December 2010 to 8 December 2010
IN THE AIR: Miami, barometer of the art market - EXHIBITIONS: Holbein in grey - Antique temptations - Antique temptations, take 2 - Artoftheday also recommends... - AUCTIONS: The charge of the Oriental brigade - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Pierrick Sorin, laughter is man - BOOKS: From China with love
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#194 - from 25 November 2010 to 1 December 2010
IN THE AIR: Slim gets bigger - EXHIBITIONS: Looking down Aby’s road - Piet Mondrian and the knights of the straight angle - Dream-like Licini - AUCTIONS: In Brancusi’s intimacy - BOOKS: Low cost Architecture - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Segui, assessing half a century
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#193 - from 18 November 2010 to 24 November 2010
IN THE AIR: Something new from the East - EXHIBITIONS: Moholy-Nagy, return to Berlin - Impressionism in the garden - Tivoli, the cradle of modern landscapes - Art of the day also recommends... - AUCTIONS: Mexican flavors - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Michel Huelin, at Nature’s risk - BOOKS: Enraged art
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#192 - from 11 November 2010 to 17 November 2010
IN THE AIR: Gaudi, horizon 2026 - EXHIBITIONS: Angola before the slave trade - Lapita, a new way of looking at Oceania - Pop Art for the ladies - Art-of-the-day also recommends... - AUCTIONS: Jewish memory - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Ronan Barrot, the ambition of great painting - BOOKS: When writers read paintings
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#191 - from 4 November 2010 to 10 November 2010
IN THE AIR: Welcome to the slaughter house - EXHIBITIONS: Lawrence, the prince of portrait artists - Versailles, a fount of knowledge - Painting, better than photography - Art-of-the-day also recommends... - AUCTIONS: The Orient, past and present - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Carlos Garaicoa: trade in Cuba... - BOOKS: Being an artist in the XXIth century
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#190 - from 28 October 2010 to 3 November 2010
IN THE AIR: Hundred-year old artists - EXHIBITIONS: Van Eyck and the Flemish revolution - De Nittis, an Impressionist from the South - Art-of-the-day also recommends... - AUCTIONS: Suspicion of snow - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Denis Monfleur, man facing granite - BOOKS: The ten lives of Nadar
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#189 - from 21 October 2010 to 27 October 2010
IN THE AIR: New directions for the FIAC - EXHIBITIONS: Cranach’s treasures - Courbet, a return to Frankfurt - Rodin welcomes Moore - Art-of-the-day also recommends...: This week, do not miss… - AUCTIONS: Art brut at good prices - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Pinoncelli, by whom the scandal comes… - BOOKS: Flea markets à la parisienne
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#188 - from 14 October 2010 to 20 October 2010
IN THE AIR: Larry Clark, the scarecrow - EXHIBITIONS: Beauty according to Gérôme - Leroy, layer after layer - Picasso is back - Art-of-the-day also recommends... - AUCTIONS: The hidden aspects of Marquet - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Larry Gagosian, portrait of the gallery owner as a performer - BOOKS: Angkor, in black and white
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#187 - from 7 October 2010 to 13 October 2010
IN THE AIR: Hanoi, 1 000 years old - EXHIBITIONS: Naturalism is back - Canaletto and Co. - Michelangelo on paper - Art-of-the-day also recommends... - AUCTIONS: America through wall-paper - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Lê Hong Thai: an X-ray of Vietnam - BOOKS: Beautiful buildings
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#186 - from 30 September 2010 to 6 October 2010
IN THE AIR: Don’t go home tonight - EXHIBITIONS: All of Gauguin - A French Renaissance - Exotic bling bling - Artaujourdhui also recommends - AUCTIONS: The night of the dinosaur - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Gérard Alary: mystery in black - BOOKS: So British
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#185 - from 23 September 2010 to 29 September 2010
IN THE AIR: North-East passage - EXHIBITIONS: Vienna 1900, new interpretation - The Medici heritage - A tribute to Kertész - Artaujourdhui also recommends - AUCTIONS: Belgium, Art nouveau - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Marco Del Re, the return of grand decor - BOOKS: Words from members of the Academie
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#184 - from 16 September 2010 to 22 September 2010
IN THE AIR: Big Monet - EXHIBITIONS: Dali strikes back - For or against Arman - Artaujourdhui also recommends - FAIRS: Antiques in Paris - AUCTIONS: Prints a’plenty! - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Guo Fengyi, brut art, Chinese style - BOOKS: Gallery owners, slices of life
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#183 - from 9 September 2010 to 15 September 2010
IN THE AIR: Monet and Gauguin open the season in force - EXHIBITIONS: Muybridge, photographer and murderer - All the Inca gold - Kubrick, the photographer - Artaujourdhui also recommends - FAIRS AND BIENNIAL EVENTS: An abundance of events - ARTISTS OF THE WEEK: Allora and Calzadilla, ecological thought - BOOKS: Moving images from Japan
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#182 - from 8 July 2010 to 8 September 2010
Our next issue will appear on September 9 2010. Have a nice holiday!: IN THE AIR: Another type of football is possible - EXHIBITIONS: Multicolored Miró - Signage, Léger style - The Louvre, in the Arab age - Artaujourdhui also recommends... - ARTIST OF THE SUMMER: Louis Cane: from abstraction to the nude - Artaujourdhui also recommends... - BOOKS: Breton’s muse - Artaujourdhui also recommends... - DVD: One of Marcel’s lives
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#181 - from 1 July 2010 to 7 July 2010
IN THE AIR: Photo! - EXHIBITIONS: Dressing up the diva - Around the world with Loti - Tina, another Frida - Artaujourdhui also recommends - AUCTIONS: Exceptional illuminations - ARTISTS OF THE WEEK: Watriss and Baldwin, with America in their hearts - BOOKS: The aesthetics of science
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#180 - from 24 June 2010 to 30 June 2010
IN THE AIR: For or against the invisible artist... - EXHIBITIONS: Three colors Barceló - Ghirlandaio, profile - Giacometti-Maeght, a friendship - Artoftheday also recommends... - AUCTIONS: Vollard, total suspense - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: The lights of Panayotidis - BOOKS: The new paths in design
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#179 - from 17 June 2010 to 23 June 2010
IN THE AIR: The call from Basel - EXHIBITIONS: Caen, proud of its stone - Mysterious Congo - Chéret, polymorphic talent - Artoftheday also recommends... - AUCTIONS: Majorelle, advantage in - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: When Pierre Buraglio was a little boy - BOOKS: The roads to Abstraction
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#178 - from 10 June 2010 to 16 June 2010
IN THE AIR: Africa’s moment - EXHIBITIONS: Africa, past and present - Laughter, British style - Headdresses from abroad - Artoftheday also recommends... - AUCTIONS: Jacques Kerchache, a life of passions - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Mosset, the hump of geometry - BOOKS: Paris seen by the artists
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#177 - from 3 June 2010 to 9 June 2010
IN THE AIR: Quito, a pre-colombian capital - EXHIBITIONS: Archaeology, long painstaking work - Morandi, more than bottles - Nudes over 150 years - Artoftheday also recommends... - AUCTIONS: Treat yourself to the Feuilles mortes! - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: The Haerizadeh, an Iranian family - BOOKS: Full steam ahead
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#176 - from 27 May 2010 to 2 June 2010
IN THE AIR: Something new in Rome - EXHIBITIONS: Underneath voyeurism - Exter in all directions - Gino tonic - Artoftheday also recommends... - AUCTIONS: The branding of Bibliography - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Hamish Fulton’s long marches - BOOKS: Impressionism day to day
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#175 - from 20 May 2010 to 26 May 2010
IN THE AIR: Photos in the Baltic region - EXHIBITIONS: Post-war visions - Danish landscapes - War and peace by Picasso - Artoftheday also recommends… - AUCTIONS: Fans in fashion - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Jane Hammond’s imaginary world - BOOKS: Beautiful letters
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#174 - from 13 May 2010 to 19 May 2010
IN THE AIR: The man who thought he was Vermeer - EXHIBITIONS: Another Spain - Henri IV, the star king - The sufferings of young Vermeer - Artoftheday also recommends… - AUCTIONS: Tree, my brother - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Ody Saban’s huge appetite - BOOKS: Art for the young generation
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#173 - from 6 May 2010 to 12 May 2010
IN THE AIR: Pompidou Center, bis - EXHIBITIONS: Basquiat at fifty - Dream cities - Eternal China - AUCTIONS: Drawings, for not much... - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Desgrandchamps, a world in blue - BOOKS: In Wyndham’s vortex
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#172 - from 29 April 2010 to 5 May 2010
IN THE AIR: Mary, Mary...how does your garden grow? - EXHIBITIONS: The Bourbons, a family of archaeologists - Penn’s men - A century of Angelus - Artoftheday also recommends… - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Pétra Werlé, the bread of life - BOOKS: Bauhaus revisited - AUCTIONS: Geography through posters
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#171 - from 22 April 2010 to 28 April 2010
IN THE AIR: Grace, all in style - EXHIBITIONS: Kirchner, heads and tails - The XVth century in 100 drawings - Baroque art, like in the movies - Artoftheday also recommends… - AUCTIONS: A museum with a human face - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Bernard Pras on the steps of Arcimboldo - BOOKS: Architects at home
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#170 - from 15 April 2010 to 21 April 2010
IN THE AIR: Leonardo’s herrings - EXHIBITIONS: Giotto, the original version - Tapestries from the Habsburgs - Women’s salons - Artoftheday also recommends... - AUCTIONS: Medals, swords, standards... - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Shimabuku and nature - BOOKS: Van de Woestyne, a Flemish mystic
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#169 - from 8 April 2010 to 14 April 2010
IN THE AIR: Abdullah Wade, the President-sculptor of Senegal - EXHIBITIONS: Look East young man - The secrets of the Dead Sea - Verrio, the Baroque globe-trotter - Artoftheday also recommends... - AUCTIONS: Five centuries of stained glass - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Gendron Jensen, the poetry of bones - BOOKS: Building in the Var
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#168 - from 1 April 2010 to 7 April 2010
IN THE AIR: A contemporary artist at home - EXHIBITIONS: The Ramirez revelation - Tao aesthetics - Foujita Champagne - Artoftheday also recommends... - AUCTIONS: Art Nouveau at small prices - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Dournon’s traces - BOOKS: Sports in the museums
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#167 - from 25 March 2010 to 31 March 2010
IN THE AIR: Is Paris drawing? - EXHIBITIONS: Belgium, the nation of symbols - Meroe, and the glorious past of Sudan - The Renaissance in Siena - Artoftheday also recommends…: AUCTIONS: Souvenirs from Josephine - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Ivan Loubennikov, in search of woman - BOOKS: A dark period in post-war France
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#166 - from 18 March 2010 to 24 March 2010
IN THE AIR: The Vasari case - EXHIBITIONS: All on Baroque - The little flowers of Tutankhamun - YSL, already two years ago - Artoftheday also recommends… - AUCTIONS: The good Danone taste - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Erik Samakh, the song of nature - BOOKS: Androuet du Cerceau, ink architectures
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#165 - from 11 March 2010 to 17 March 2010
IN THE AIR: Art and politics - EXHIBITIONS: Blood on the canvas - Freud, in camera - Artoftheday also recommends… - FAIRS: Tefaf dabbles in paper - AUCTIONS: Almasy, a humanist photographer - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Gerald Roberts: from advertising to art - BOOKS: Cardin in pictures
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#164 - from 4 March 2010 to 10 March 2010
IN THE AIR: Russian loans - EXHIBITIONS: Crazy about Bassano - Beauties from Ife - Precolombian sex - Artoftheday also recommends… - AUCTIONS: The art of locks - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Celeste’s music - BOOKS: The Lurçat generation
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#163 - from 25 February 2010 to 3 March 2010
IN THE AIR: 100% Caravaggio - EXHIBITIONS: Spring of Cima - Moore, women, war - Abstract Monet - Artaujourdhui also recommends - AUCTIONS: Chanel’s Roaring Twenties - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Auguste Dormeuil in the night - BOOKS: King Leo
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#162 - from 18 February 2010 to 24 February 2010
IN THE AIR: Tutankhamun, daddy’s boy - EXHIBITIONS: Piano lesson - Toorop junior, the other one - The private side of Munch - Artaujourdhui also recommends - AUCTIONS: Surrealist odds and ends - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Adami, a figurative artist above all - BOOKS: Stolen art society
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#161 - from 11 February 2010 to 17 February 2010
IN THE AIR: World record - EXHIBITIONS: Portrait of the artist as a Mexican - As complicated as an image - Paris, gothic style - Artaujourdhui also recommends - AUCTIONS: Souvenirs from Chandigarh - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Wallach, in search of balance - BOOKS: Lebel, the king of happenings
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#160 - from 4 February 2010 to 10 February 2010
IN THE AIR: Botero, not too expensive - EXHIBITIONS: Rousseau, the explorer - Greco, a great master from the XXth century - Lisette Model, the street as one - Artaujourdhui also recommends - AUCTIONS: A taste for inkpots - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Klapheck, a taste for jazz - BOOKS: The splendor of embassies
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#159 - from 28 January 2010 to 3 February 2010
IN THE AIR: Art and the bombs - EXHIBITIONS: Living in Utopia with Fourier - Black Power - Memento mori - Artoftheday also recommends ... - AUCTIONS: Very dear dolls - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Jan Voss’ colorful interlaces - BOOKS: The stone and the pen
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#158 - from 21 January 2010 to 27 January 2010
IN THE AIR: Breasts forbid! - EXHIBITIONS: Chipperfield, the architect of asceticism - Madeleine Vionnet, a forgotten star - Michelangelo, a builder in Rome - Artoftheday also recommends ... - AUCTIONS: The paperweight, the big comeback - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Dario Escobar, the tires behind the forest - BOOKS: Staudenmeyer, the meteor of design
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#157 - from 14 January 2010 to 20 January 2010
IN THE AIR: French, your documents please! - EXHIBITIONS: A concentrate of Frida’s essence - Bronzino on paper - Claude Parent, oblique architecture - AUCTIONS: Dirt cheap prices for the eternal summits - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Fred Wilson, the essence of black and white - BOOKS: Vu, a lesson in reporting
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#156 - from 7 January 2010 to 13 January 2010
IN THE AIR: The craze for heights - EXHIBITIONS: Four generations of Barbier-Muellers - Doisneau revisited - Dubuffet the engraver - AUCTIONS: Drouot remains stable - ARTIST OF THE WEEK: Christian Boltanski listens to our hearts - BOOKS: The sale that broke all records
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