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  • James Franco Welcomes You to Gay Town
  • An Art Star Turned Scarf Tsar
  • Coat Tale
  • Frieze Frame
  • Pretty Is As Pretty Does
  • Just KAWS
  • English’s Language
  • Vince Aletti on Weird’s Science
  • The Surreal McCoy
  • Where there’s Smoke, There’s a Delinquent Art Dealer
  • Worth the Wait
  • A Day at the Zoo
  • Fame, What's Your Name
  • The Origins of Boho Chic
  • Sack It To Me
  • Iekeliene Wants The World To Look Like A Polaroid
  • Going for Baroque
  • Clayton Cubitt’s Empire of Dirt
  • Sex Outside the City
  • Dirty Pretty Things
  • Arms Deal
  • What Rot: Anya Gallaccio and Chantal Akerman in London
  • Air Supply
  • Hidden Agenda
  • Creative Differences
  • The Hi-lo Country
  • Frieze Art Fair: Cory Arcangel’s Ticket to Ride
  • Liz Craft’s Surreal World
  • Brigid Berlin Picks up Every Stitch
  • Swap Shop
  • Detail Oriented
  • House and Garden
  • Free Art! Well, Almost
  • Poppy De Villeneuve Snaps Indie Fans, But She’ll Take Ravel
  • Faking It
  • R U Going to This?
  • The Beauty Myth
  • Mark Rothko at the Tate Modern
  • Time after Time
  • Ride ‘em, Cowboy
  • Art from Jeanne Greenberg Rohatyn’s Private Collection
  • Henrik Vibskov, Multi-Hyphenate
  • The Collector: Susan Hancock at Royal/t
  • Hope and Glory
  • Looking Smart
  • Rank and File
  • Peel Good Art
  • Best Friends Forever: Daisy de Villeneuve And Natasha Law
  • She’s No Lightweight: Sam Taylor-Wood at White Cube
  • Ike Ude Sees Spirituality in the Sartorial, Lady Diana in Paris Hilton
  • Connect the Dots
  • Making Up is Fun To Do, Says AMAE
  • Money Changes Everything
  • Pick Up Every Stitch
  • Miller's Time
  • Poppy De Villeneuve Snaps Indie Fans, But She’ll Take Ravel
  • Faking It
  • The Beauty Myth
  • Gathering For the Hunt
  • Acid Trip
  • Art from Jeanne Greenberg Rohatyn’s Private Collection
  • Henrik Vibskov, Multi-Hyphenate
  • The Political Accessory
  • Hot Town, Summer in the City
  • The Yin, the Yang, and the Man who gave Birth to a Mural
  • Artists as Homemakers
  • Grand Illusions at Spencer Brownstone
  • The Devil Inside…the Gallery
  • Our Town
  • Studio Voltaire Braces Itself
  • Beatrice Coron’s Paper Cuts
  • Crowd Control: the Brooklyn Museum Takes it to the Street
  • Sebastian Buerkner Feels your Pain
  • Brad Browses, Death Metal Tastes its Own Medicine
  • If the Shoe Fits, It’s Still Not Yours
  • Rebel Yell
  • Hugs and Kisses from Berlin
  • Think It's Hot in NYC? Try Dubai
  • The Art of Giving
  • Fashion Forward: Louise Bourgeois at the Guggenheim
  • Through a Glass Darkly
  • Ryan Gander's Creative Block
  • Mixed Messages
  • Reading Between the Lines
  • The Gold Standard of Gustave Klimt
  • Model Analysis, Degas Style
  • The Not-So-Discreet Charm of Anton Unai
  • Flora, Fruit Stage Art World Return
  • Self Service
  • American Tourister
  • A Whole Different Ballgame
  • Fire Starter
  • Love Story
  • She is a Femme Fatale
  • Now You See It
  • Mirror Image
  • Power Art
  • Massive Appeal
  • Suburban Outfitter
  • Ballet Recital
  • Move Over Dubai, Doha is Moving Up
  • Wolfgang Tillmans Holds a Grunge
  • Not Another Teen Movie
  • Mixed Master
  • Risk Management, Art World Style
  • The New School
  • Art School
  • It's a Family Affair
  • Ice Maidens
  • Gone in 20 Seconds
  • Cash and Carry
  • Alien Residents
  • Spin Cycle
  • An Affair to Remember
  • Straight Out of Korea
  • Food for Thought
  • Guerilla Girl
  • What's Love Got to Do With It?
  • A Detail Oriented Haunted House
  • Many Inspirations of Fiona Rae
  • Keeping Up With Jones Beach
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INTERVIEW.COM

  • A River Runs Through Javier Peres
  • Frieze By the Sea
  • Intimate Tricks: Tim Noble and Sue Webster
  • Leo Fitzpatrick, Unlimited
  • Matthew Stone: Seeing the Unseen
  • From the Economic Grave: Frieze
  • It Ain't Pretty: Art in the Hamptons
  • To the Wind: Portraits by Jazz Minh Moore
  • Paging: Bettina Rheims
  • Artist Zhivago Duncan Gives INTERVIEW 15 Minutes of Fame
  • Melt-Down in Berlin
  • Closer: Cecile Evans
  • Ad Busters
  • Cotton Candy Man
  • A First Time for Everything
  • Looking At Food: Fanny Maugey
  • Heaven and Hell Meet in Berlin
  • The Many Faces of Alia Raza
  • Video Did What?
  • Lights Out on the Art World
  • Sam Branton: Shades of Noir
  • The Return of Saul
  • In the Streets
  • A Painter of Modern Life
  • Venice Underdogs
  • Venice Preview: Elmgreen & Dragset
  • Apple of Your Eye
  • Inside the Actor's Portrait Studio
  • Cleaning Up After Berlin Gallery Weekend
  • Strike a Pose
  • Meta Magazine: It's You, Not Me
  • The Future of Amerika
  • Javier Peres: The Third K is for Kindness
  • Deeper Underground: Clayton Cubitt
  • Batlle's Food Fight

SAATCHI ONLINE

  • Elle Muliarchyk talks to Ana Finel Honigman
  • Henry Krokatsis Talks To Ana Finel Honigman About Turning Smoke And Mirrors Into Grown-Up Versions Of The Velveteen Rabbit
  • Early Work - review 
  • Dan Attoe in Conversation with Ana Finel Honigman
  • Terence Koh in Conversation with Ana Finel Honigman
  • Marie Weber in Conversation with Ana Finel Honigman
  • Ana Finel Honigman on Collier Schorr at the Deutsche Guggenheim
  • Ana Finel Honigman on Art and Fashion
  • Nicky Hoberman's 'Project Man (Professional Masochist Seeks Narcissist)'
  • Ana Finel Honigman's Top 10 Shows in Berlin: April 2011
  • Ana Finel Honigman's Top 10 Shows in Berlin: A Surreal Start to 2011
  • Leila Pazooki Discusses Her New Berlin Show
  • Ana Finel Honigman’s Top 10 Shows in Berlin: October 2010
  • Saatchi Online Weekly Top 10 Chosen by Ana Finel Honigman
  • Alexei Biryukoff: Saatchi Online Critic’s Choice By Ana Finel Honigman
  • Saatchi Online Top 10 Chosen By Ana Finel Honigman – 17 – 23 May 2010
  • Ana Finel Honigman On Get Behind Me Satan And Push At Peres Projects, Berlin
  • Saatchi Online Top 10 Chosen By Ana Finel Honigman – 19-25 April 2010
  • Sarah Ayoub Agha: Saatchi Online Critic's Choice By Ana Finel Honigman
  • Saatchi Online Top 10 Chosen By Ana Finel Honigman – 25 Jan To 31 Jan 2010
  • Ana Finel Honigman’s Top 10 Berlin Shows January Through April
  • Ana Finel Honigman's Top 10 Berlin Shows
  • Nathalie Pirotte: Saatchi Online Critic's Choice By Ana Finel Honigman
  • Ana Finel Honigman’s Top 10 Berlin Shows For August Through September
  • Ana Finel Honigman’s Top 10 Berlin Shows
  • Matthew Stone in Conversation with Ana Finel Honigman
  • Ana Finel Honigman And Friends Celebrate The Life Of Dash Snow
  • Saatchi Online Top 10 Chosen By Ana Finel Honigman – 20 To 26 July 2009
  • Joshua Levine: Saatchi Online Critic's Choice By Ana Finel Honigman
  • Dickson Schneider: Saatchi Online Critic's Choice By Ana Finel Honigman
  • Saatchi Online Top 10 Chosen By Ana Finel Honigman – 27 April To 3 May 2009
  • Ana Finel Honigman: What Happened To The Vip 'art Star'?
  • Pat Colella: Saatchi Online Critic's Choice By Ana Finel Honigman
  • Saatchi Online Top 10 Chosen By Ana Finel Honigman – 16 – 22 February 2009
  • Bradford Bailey And Rutherford Chang In Conversation With Ana Finel Honigman
  • Fran Recacha: Saatchi Online Critic's Choice By Ana Finel Honigman
  • William Powhida In Conversation With Ana Finel Honigman
  • Clayton Cubitt In Conversation With Ana Finel Honigman
  • Orly Genger In Conversation With Ana Finel Honigman
  • Josh Powell In Convesation With Ana Finel Honigman
  • Dean Sameshima In Conversation With Ana Finel Honigman
  • Bruce la Bruce In Conversation With Ana Finel Honigman
  • David Lock In Conversation With Ana Finel Honigman
  • Natalie Frank In Conversation With Ana Finel Honigman
  • Anne Hardy In Conversation With Ana Finel Honigman
  • Faiza Butt In Conversation With Ana Finel Honigman
  • Sara Rahbar In Conversation With Ana Finel Honigman
  • Nigel Cooke In Conversation With Ana Finel Honigman
  • Antonio Zaya and Hugo Martinez In Conversation With Ana Finel Honigman
  • Ellen Harvey In Conversation with Ana Finel Honigman

ARTNET.COM

  • SCHOLAR OF 'SMUT': Dean Sameshima Celebrates and Memorializes Gay Cultural History at Peres Projects
  • ELEVATION 1049 SUBJECTS ART TO THE ELEMENTS
  • OVERWHELMING LIFE: Alex McQuilkin tells why we should all stop worrying about her.
  • UNIVERSAL LEONARDO: Martin Kemp tells why Leonardo da Vinci is still fascinating but art writing isn’t.
  • MAGIC KINGDOMS: Laleh Khorramian talks about fantasy, Disney and history.
  • SPANKING THE MEDIA: Collage artist Raven Schlossberg talks about porn and politics.
  • SWAN'S WAY: Anh Duong talks about being her own muse. 
  • PUNKS AND PROFITS: A conversation with Marxian art critic Julian Stallabrass.
  • NOTHING FANCY: The wit and wonder of Martin Creed.
  • RESURRECTION: New York artist Phoebe Washburn recycles the world.
  • NETWORKING: Orly Genger weaves sculptures about words and women.
  • OLD SCHOOL: Painter David Nicholson looks to the Old Masters.
  • FAKE PLASTIC TREES: Katie Grinnan talks about art and the ecosystem.
  • ART CRITICISM: Mocking convention with painter Ellen Harvey.
  • ALL-IN-ONE: Kenny Schachter breaks barriers.
  • LE TEMPS DES SOUVENIRS: Carol Bove and the sixties.
  • 24-7: Talking about action and obsession with Ryan McGinley.
  • TELLING TALES: A conversation with Amy Cutler.
  • CHOP CHOP: One, Two, Sue de Beer is coming for you.
  • BURROWING DEEP: Discussing mice and man with Adam Stennett.
  • THE RUSH: Zak Smith talking past the stuff said to sell the work.
  • THE BUNNY WITH BITE: A conversation with "Asianpunkboy" a.k.a Terence Koh.
  • BIRTH PAINS: A conversation with Paul D. Miller/Dj Spooky a.k.a That Subliminal Kid.
  • UNDER THE SKIN: Talking shamanism, surrealism and superstition with Hope Atherton.
  • CONSUMER PARADISE: Talking sex and consumerism with Toland Grinnell.
  • THE ART SHOWMAN: A conversation with the "Pope of Trash," John Waters.
  • HORTICULTURE BERLIN: A report from the 11th annual Art Forum Berlin.
  • BERLIN HORTICULTURE: Javier Peres, Terence Koh, My Barbarian, Huang Yan, F.C. Gundlach, Dieter Mammel, more.
  • LONDON HORTICULTURE: Gary Hume, Sara White Wilson, Armando Anrade Tudelo, Ivan Navarro, Boo Ritson, Bridget Riley.
  • LONDON HORTICULTURE: Spring has sprung, with works by Maaike Schoorel, James Aldridge, Andrew Mania, Nigel Cooke, Jacques Nimki, more.
  • NEW YORK HORTICULTURE: Gerald Davis, Rob Pruitt, Aaron Young, Dash Snow, Frank Magnotta, Lindsay Brant.
  • NEW YORK HORTICULTURE: Barbara Kruger and Christian Jankowski, plus new art at Cuchifritos and Rivington Arms.
  • LIKE A PRAYER: Contemporary devotion in Ryan McGinley’s photographs of Morrissey and his fans.
  • INSPIRED: Evoking the muse at Leslie Tonkonow.
  • WASTED YOUTH: Rita Ackermann's gothic revival at Andrea Rosen.
  • GIRLS AND GORE: A survey of Kiki Smith's printed works at MoMA Queens.
  • THE COLOR OF TURMOIL: Howard Hodgkin's new paintings at Gagosian Gallery.

 

GUARDIAN ARTS AND ARCHITECTURE BLOG

  • Christie's acquisition of a gallery should concern us all
  • Surrealism is drowning in a sea of lazy misinterpretation
  • Intelligent art is a foolish concept
  • Biennale looks to past instead of present
  • Political artists should get their hands dirty
  • Web sights: Ubuweb, the thinking person's YouTube
  • Web sights: Manhattan's Neue Galerie
  • A gay martyr? Lovely, I'll take it
  • Photography is no snap decision for collectors
  • Why is feminism out of fashion in contemporary art?
  • Evaluating art fairs
  • Should art critics be artists themselves?
  • Don't believe the hype about Chinese art
  • Do we need art galleries anymore?
  • Message understood?
  • Arts Council collection online: what are your favourites?
  • USA Today won't be gone tomorrow
  • British galleries answer the call from Paris
  • This year's Turner a prize bore
  • The naked truth is that art-porn no longer shocks
  • Is the art world ageist?
  • French artists defend controversial images of childhood

 

ARTSY.COM

  • Isabel Lewis Offers a Glimpse into Her Upcoming Happenings at Frieze
  • You Are What You Eat: Martynka Wawrzyniak
  • Leo Gabin Adapts 'A Crack-up at the Race Riots' to Film
  • Style Highlights from Frieze London's VIP opening
  • A Walk Through the (Sculpture) Park with Frieze Curator Clare Lilley
  • Not Kidding Around: Pilvi Takala Hands Over her Emdash Award to Kids

ARTSLANT ARTIST INTERVIEWS

  • Delphine Boel 
  • Sahra Motabeli
  • Matthew Morocco
  • Ivonne Thein
  • Betty Tompkins
  • Elijah Burgher
  • Raven Schlossberg
  • Ulrike Theusner 
  • Lili Reynaud-Dewar
  • Dawn Mellor
  • Marlene McCarty
  • Elle Muliarchyk
  • Aslı Çavuşoğlu
  • Marinella Senatore 
  • Molly Crapabble
  • Angela Liosi
  • Jazz-minh Moore
  • Nicky Broekhuysen
  • Ry Rocklen
  • Jeremy Hight
  • Joseph Akel
  • Jowhara AlSaud
  • Emilie Trice
  • Jay Batlle
  • Aziz and Cucher
  • Awst & Walther
  • Maxime Ballesteros
  • Sameer Reddy
  • Zhivago Duncan
  • Madeline Stillwell
  • Ariel Reichman
  • Kenno Apatrida
  • Eloise Fornieles
  • David Nicholson
  • Debating Photorealism with David Nicholson

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  • Dorothy's Dark Side
  • Seven Days in the Art World
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  • David's Lynch mob

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