Up for Sale
Art Price Index
Art and Culture
Art and Culture
Appointments & Prizes
6 Questions for
19 articles taggés "controversy"
The “Judith”: The Jury is Still Out
On 24 December 2018, an export certificate was obtained for the painting found by appraiser Éric Turquin and auctioneer Labarde in Toulouse in 2014…
The Dark Side of the Art Market
The star of the milieu Georgina Adam, who works with leading papers like the Financial Times and Art Newspaper, recently published a new book on the…
Germany: A Thorny Matter Continues
In mid-March, a national get-together in Berlin is being held to debate the question of collections originating from the colonies. Germany had taken…
The Bührle Collection: The Confused Story of a Collector
It took over half a century for Paris to open its exhibition spaces to the outstanding Bührle collection. Now housed in Zurich, this unique group of…
Vincent Geerling: Europe Hobbles the Art Market
Now the European Union has adopted new regulations controlling the import of cultural property, what will it mean for the art market?
Hong Kong: Breaking Records and Windows
Hong Kong has consolidated its presence as the Asian capital of the art market, but for how long?
A New Hurdle for the Antiques Market in New York
States have the right to act in preventing the sale of an object of doubtful origin without the risk of being sued for commercial damages.
Gabrielle Chanel and Philip Guston: The Museums Are on the Horns of a Dilemma
Two countries, two cultures, a world of difference: The coincidence between the Philip Guston retrospective’s postponement and the naming of the new…
Did Black Lives Matter to Phillip Johnson?
As the impact of the Black Lives Matter and #metoo movements reverberates across our societies, architects are increasingly joining the call for change.…
French State Seizes Historic Saint Denis Windows Right Before Auction
The forced withdrawal from a January 27 Pierre Bergé sale at Drouot of two stained glass windows from the abbey church of Saint Denis illustrates…
The Louvre and Cy Twombly: The Ceiling of Discord
The squabble between the Louvre and the Cy Twombly Foundation over the renovation of the s alle des b ronzes, whose ceiling the artist frescoed in…
Jean-Luc Martinez: Reopening the Louvre’s Royal Apartments to the Public
The controversy over altering the Louvre’s Greek and Roman Bronze Rooms erupted at the end of a building project that occupied an entire wing of the…
The Paris Biennale and the Fatal Fakes
The Biennale de Paris [ soon to be replaced by EX.Paris – Ed.] has ceased to exist without reaching its 50 th anniversary.
Strike MoMA Begins Dismantling One of NYC’s Flagship Museums
A coalition of New York City community activists, museum workers and artists has called for a ten-week strike against the Museum of Modern Art as a…
Dismantling the Museum: Dan Hicks on the Benin Bronzes and Cultural Restitution
In his recent book The Brutish Museum s , Dan Hicks calls for the radical rethinking of Western museums. He uses the case of the Benin Bronzes to call…
The Walters Art Museum Confronts Its Founders’ Confederate Legacy
The origins of the Walters Art Museum date back to 1931, when Henry Walters bequeathed to the city of Baltimore an extensive art collection started…
Did Leonardo da Vinci Paint Salvator Mundi? The Louvre Has an Answer.
La Gazette has obtained a copy of the Louvre’s scientific paper confirming Salvator Mundi ’s attribution to the Florentine painter.
Strike MoMA Continues With Weekly Protests
With the ten-week strike against MoMA in full swing, Director Glenn D. Lowry resorts to cynical crisis management rather than creative engagement.…
Restitutions: France Is Still Putting Up Resistance
The Hôtel Drouot Reopens for the Season with the “Oeuvres Choisies”
Collecting Art: Morozov and the Russian Art Connoisseurs
Sisley at the Height of His Maturity
Artsy and the Myth of Sisyphus
See all news
22 September 2021 - 23:04
Photography Scholar and Former Princeton University Art Museum Director Peter Bunnell Dies Age 83
22 September 2021 - 22:02
Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum Appoints Deana Lowe Craighead as Curator of Art
22 September 2021 - 21:04
Hana Miletić and Caleron Clayborn Receive Baloise Art Prize
22 September 2021 - 20:04
Josef Koudelka Gifts 2,000 Works to Czech Museums
Log in to La Gazette
This e-mail address is not valid
Please enter your password
Forgot your password
This email address is not valid
The password must contain
between 8 and 20 characters
at least 1 upper case letter
at least 1 lower case letter
Confirmation of the password must be identical to the password.
I wish to receive the Gazette Drouot newsletter
I have read and agree to the
of La Gazette Drouot
Information reserved for subscribers
Already a subscriber?