Judith H. Dobrzynski
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Title Publication Date
Review: A Panorama of Panoramas The Wall Street Journal May 17, 2017
Artfully Buttoned Up Traditional Home April 2017
Drinking In the Art: Museums Offer a Growing Banquet for the Senses The New York Times March 16, 2017
Notable Museum Exhibitions This Spring and Summer The New York Times March 15, 2017
'Matisse/Diebenkorn' Review: Masters Across the Decades The Wall Street Journal March 13, 2017
Beauty on Earth as It Is in Heaven: 'Botticelli and the Search for the Divine' Review The Wall Street Journal February 16, 2017
A Modern Master and His Progeny The Wall Street Journal February 7, 2017
Washington Plotted Here The New York Times January 30, 2017
Exhibition at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, celebrates a rich banquet The Wall Street Journal January 23, 2017
Bay Area figures join Inauguration Day 'art strike' San Francisco Chronicle January 18, 2017
Fight for the Creative Future: Political upheavals paralleled bursts of artistic progress The Wall Street Journal November 8, 2016
Artificial Intelligence As a Bridge Between Art and Reality The New York Times October 30, 2016
A Most Sacred, Joyful Reunion The Wall Street Journal October 27, 2016
Can Maastricht Take Manhattan? The New York Times September 27, 2016
Collecting: A Pioneering Eye for Art Traditional Home October 2016
Artisan: Victoria Findlay Wolfe drives quilts in a new direction Traditional Home October 2016
'O'Keeffe, Stettheimer, Torr, Zorach: Women Modernists in New York' Review The Wall Street Journal August 25, 2016
"America After the Fall: Painting in the 1930s" - Bullish on Creativity The Wall Street Journal August 24, 2016
Masterpiece: The Girl With the Sidelong Gaze The Wall Street Journal August 13, 2016
'William Merritt Chase: A Modern Master' Between Old and New The Wall Street Journal August 11, 2016
A Firmly Anchored Collection Redefines "Marine" Art The Wall Street Journal August 3, 2016
Portraits Without Faces The Wall Street Journal July 20, 2016
Masterpiece: Dazzling Reminders of Mortality The Wall Street Journal July 9, 2016
A Personal Collection Goes Public The Wall Street Journal May 31, 2016
IMA turns to social media for exhibition input Indianapolis Business Journal March 30, 2016
Rediscovering Daubigny, an Unsung Influence on the Impressionists The New York Times March 17, 2016
A Nationwide Guide to Art Exhibitions This Spring The New York Times March 16, 2016
All That Korean Art Is There for a Reason The New York Times March 16, 2016
Alma Thomas: From Spring to Space The Wall Street Journal March 2, 2016
Mapping Beauty Across the Americas The Wall Street Journal December 29, 2015
Mysteries of a Danish Painter The Wall Street Journal November 3, 2015
Anatomy of An Art Auction The New York Times November 1, 2015
Denver Art Museum Strengthens Commitment to Native American Work The New York Times November 1, 2015
At the Getty Center, Black Bird Pies For Renaissance Foodies The New York Times November 1, 2015
A BRIEF HISTORY OF THE NEW YORK TIMES' COVERAGE OF SELLING ART ONLINE ARTNews October 30, 2015
Masterpiece: A Tableau Animated by Grief The Wall Street Journal October 10, 2015
KENTPRESENTS Provocative Topics The Huffington Post September 16, 2015
Looking Beyond Ethnography--to Art The Wall Street Journal September 10, 2015
The Taj Mahal's Seductive Charms The Wall Street Journal August 15, 2015
Celebrating a Forgotten Medium The Wall Street Journal July 29, 2015
Hunting Beauty on Maine's Art Museum Trail The Wall Street Journal July 15, 2015
Crystal Bridges Museum to Announce Major Purchases The New York Times June 4, 2015
An Enveloping Battle Between Kings The Wall Street Journal May 9, 2015
Talent Search Traditional Home Magazine May 2015
Inside Art: CRYSTAL BRIDGES ADDS ART The New York Times March 20, 2015
Met Founds Research Institute Centered on Lauder's Cubist Gift The New York Times March 19, 2015
Spring Museum Exhibitions, From Masks to Renoirs The New York Times March 19, 2015
Otis Kaye: His Subject Was Money The Wall Street Journal March 12, 2015
Rothschild Family Treasures Find a Resting Place in Boston The New York Times February 23, 2015
A Father-Son Endeavor The Wall Street Journal January 13, 2015
The Madonna's Many Faces The Wall Street Journal January 8, 2015
Misplaced Fretting Over A Rigged Market Art-Antiques-Design November 23, 2014
Mass MoCA: Vast Space and New Art to Fill It The New York Times November 17, 2014
Christie's Set On More Competition With Dealers Art-Antiques-Design November 10, 2014
Masterpiece: Folding Culture and Politics Into Art The Wall Street Journal November 1, 2014
Biomuseo Showcases Panama's Ecological Diversity The New York Times October 26, 2014
Museums: Licit Market May Save El Salvadoran Antiquities Art-Antiques-Design October 21, 2014
The Met Rides to the Rescue Art-Antiques-Design October 6, 2014
Forgotten Regal Beauties The Wall Street Journal September 30, 2014
The 25 Best Historic Homes in America Traditional Home October 2014
Crystal Bridges Museum And The Art Market Art-Antiques-Design September 22, 2014
Crystal Bridges Museum Spotlights Overlooked Artists The Wall Street Journal September 12, 2014
Big Dreams at the Art Factory The New York Times August 24, 2014
Ethics For Dealers: Deaccessioning Art-Antiques-Design August 20, 2014
Ralph Rucci's Serene Rooftop Refuge Traditional Home September 2104
The Write of Way Hamptons Magazine August 8-14, 2014
Logging On Traditional Home July-August 2-14
A nonbeliever, proselytizing for religious art at the Morgan Al Jazeera America June 22, 2014
Art Review: On Fertile Aesthetic Ground The Wall Street Journal May 29, 2014
Modernizing Art History The Wall Street Journal April 29, 2014
What's Showing Around the Country The New York Times March 20, 2014
Shedding a Light on Islamic Art's Great Treasure The New York Times March 20, 2014
Total Immersion In Folk Art The Wall Street Journal February 11, 2014
ICONS: Book of Hours: Time For a Record? The Wall Street Journal January 25, 2014
View From the Top: On Stage Gotham Magazine Winter 2014
The lost years of Woody Guthrie AlJazeera America January 12, 2014
Spanish Meadows The Wall Street Journal January 7, 2014
Food for Thought The Wall Street Journal December 24, 2013
Delusions in Detroit The Wall Street Journal December 10, 2013
Museum, Rethought And Remodeled The Wall Street Journal November 14, 2013
In Boston: Japanese Baskets That Imitate Flames and Birds The Wall Street Journal November 9, 2013
In Dallas, 10 Sculptures for 10 Years The New York Times October 27, 2013
Auctions Organized by Theme, With a Narrative Pull The New York Times October 27, 2013
George Washington's New Library The Wall Street Journal October 1, 2013
Material Girl: Josie Natori's Textile Collection Traditional Home September 2013
Asia Society Museum Evolves The Wall Street Journal September 4, 2013
A Trek Well Worth Taking The Wall Street Journal August 29, 2013
High Culture Goes Hands-On The New York Times August 11, 2013
The Makings Of A Master The Wall Street Journal July 23, 2013
"Shangaa" -- Objects That Amaze The Wall Street Journal June 12, 2013
The Art of the Hunt The New York Times April 28, 2013
Charting the Role They Played The Wall Street Journal April 17, 2013
Manet Meets The Movies The Wall Street Journal April 5, 2013
Master of Modern Marquetry Traditional Home Magazine April 2013
Exhibitions To Lift the Spirit The New York Times March 21, 2013
Examining Sargent's Shift From Oil to Watercolors: New Appreciation The New York Times March 21, 2013
Crystal Bridges Answers Criticism with Post-War Acquisitions The Art Newspaper March 21, 2013
Country Music Temple Stays in Financial Tune The New York Times March 21, 2013
In Denver, Exhibits Interweave Genres The New York Times March 21, 2013
Seats Of Learning: Chairs Fit For A Connoisseur Traditional Home Magazine April 2013
The Imaginary Made Nearly Real The Wall Street Journal February 9, 2013
A New Way Forward The Wall Street Journal January 29, 2013
A Re-'Doubt'-able Effort The Wall Street Journal January 17, 2013
The Pleasures of Postcards The New Yorker.com October 25, 2012
A Champion of the Wari: Lords of the Andes The Wall Street Journal October 25, 2012
Becoming van Gogh: A Show Built Stroke by Stroke The Wall Street Journal October 11, 2012
Committed to Prints Art + Auction October 2012
ICONS: A Rothko Fills a Museum's Breach The Wall Street Journal September 22, 2012
Ann Goldstein: An American In Amsterdam Art In America Magazine September 2012
An Ever-Busier Bazaar for Islamic Art The Wall Street Journal September 1, 2012
Icons: A Hungry Lion Invades the Getty Villa The Wall Street Journal August 4, 2012
Where There's a Mill, There's a Way The Wall Street Journal August 2, 2012
The New Parrish Art Museum Rises Hamptons Magazine July 13, 2012
A Wider View of Grandeur The Wall Street Journal June 27, 2012
Glass Is Pretty but, He Hopes, Troubling, Too The New York Times June 17, 2012
Retracing an Epic Chinese Journey The Wall Street Journal June 16, 2012
What makes the "Portrait of Wally" case so significant? The Art Newspaper April 24, 2012
Floriade: The World's Fair of Flowers Newsweek International April 9, 2012
Museum Haves and Have-Nots: How Acquisitions Funds Burnish Reputations The New York Times March 15, 2012
Spreading American Art Beyond Its Borders The New York Times March 15, 2012
What to See and Where to See It The New York Times March 14, 2012
Sculpture Rocks The Art World Gotham Magazine March 2012
Their Greens Period: The Masters on Golf The Wall Street Journal February 25, 2012
Icons: What's In A (Certain) Name? A Big Boost In Price The Wall Street Journal January 21, 2012
Latin American Art: Derivative No More The Wall Street Journal January 18, 2012
The New Allure of Old Master Sculpture Art + Auction January 2012
Icons: In San Francisco, a Duped Lover's Stony Revenge The Wall Street Journal December 24, 2011
Real Clear Solution: Houston Needs Judith H. Dobrzynski Reliable Narratives December 14, 2011
Crystal Bridges Museum: An Uneven View of American Art The Wall Street Journal December 13, 2011
Icons: At Age 850, Still in the Game The Wall Street Journal November 12, 2011
Dress Code: Jewelry by Leading Artists Architectural Digest November, 2011
Going To An Art Fair: What It Takes The New York Times October 23, 2011
Contemporary and Boston, Opposites No Longer The New York Times October 23, 2011
Clyfford Still's Stalwart The Wall Street Journal October 11, 2011
The Academy's Dilemma The Wall Street Journal September 15, 2011
One Masterpiece Can Go A Long Way The Art Newspaper September 2011
Want to Help Purchase a Lime Green Icicle Tower? The Wall Street Journal August 6, 2011
Detroit uses purchase funds to plug deficit The Art Newspaper July-August 2011
Icons: A 1530s Italian Fashionista Comes Clean, Takes Tour The Wall Street Journal July 23, 2011
A Divided Artist Comes Home The Wall Street Journal July 7, 2011
The Star-Spangled Collection The Wall Street Journal July 2, 2011
Gertrude Whitney's Gambit The Wall Street Journal June 21, 2011
Public Gardens Turn On the Charm The New York Times June 17, 2011
Object of Desire: A Bed (Not For Sleeping) The Wall Street Journal June 4, 2011
A Painting That Pulses With A Jazz Feeling The Wall Street Journal May 7, 2011
Fire In Their Bellies The New Criterion May 2011
The Unapologetic Director The Wall Street Journal April 5, 2011
Promising Exhibitions From Coast to Coast The New York Times March 17, 2011
A Growing Use Of Private Collections In Public Spaces The New York Times March 17, 2011
Icons: "Golden: Dutch and Flemish Masterworks..." The Wall Street Journal February 19, 2011
Opera That Bridges The Divide The Wall Street Journal February 10, 2011
Honoring Art, Honoring Artists The New York Times February 6, 2011
High Finance And The Asian Art Museum: Worth The Risk? The Wall Street Journal January 20, 2011
Icons: An Ivory Saint Resurfaces The Wall Street Journal January 15, 2011
Icons: A Mask That Inspired Masters The Wall Street Journal January 8, 2011
Mustering The Arts The Wall Street Journal December 7, 2010
An Artist at the Height of His Powers The Wall Street Journal December 4, 2010
Apollo Magazine's Museum Opening of The Year Apollo Magazine December 1, 2010
Africa and Its Spheres of Influence The New York Times November 28, 2010
High Stakes For MFA's $504M Americas Wing WBUR - Boston Public Radio November 12, 2010
The VIP Portrait Show The Daily Beast November 12, 2010
Boston Museum Grows by Casting a Wide Net The New York Times November 11, 2010
Taxing Visions: American Portraits of Hard Times The Wall Street Journal October 22, 2010
The art world: another epitaph The New Criterion October, 2010
A Bubble Bursting With Ideas The Wall Street Journal September 21, 2010
Cataloguing The Changes The Art Newspaper September 2010
It Made Him An American The Wall Street Journal September 14, 2010
No More "Cathedrals Of Culture" The Wall Street Journal August 24, 2010
The Grand Women Artists Of The Hudson River School Smithsonian.com July 27, 2010
Botanical Gardens Look For New Lures The New York Times July 27, 2010
Where Paint and Poetry Meet The Wall Street Journal July 10, 2010
Undercover avenger Jerusalem Post July 9, 2010
Ancient Greeks Speak To Our Modern Lives The Wall Street Journal July 8, 2010
The Changing Role of the NEA WQXR's Arts File July 2, 2010
A Playwright In The Grand Manner: His Latest Is Not A Farewell The Wall Street Journal June 29, 2010
Art and Nature, Hand in Hand The Wall Street Journal June 23, 2010
Female Artists To The Fore at Museum of Modern Art The Art Newspaper June 2010
"Jazz Baby" -- 135 Minutes With Nikki Yanofsky New York Magazine April 26, 2010
Renee Fleming: Aria On The Future The Wall Street Journal April 15, 2010
Sex, Blood and War The Wall Street Journal April 8, 2010
The Story Within a Landscape The Wall Street Journal March 20, 2010
The Art Of The Deal Helps Spread Great Art The New York Times March 18, 2010
Taking the High Line: the art park that rivals MoMA The Art Newspaper March 6, 2010
The Art of the Grateful Dead The Daily Beast March 5, 2010
The Art Of The Deal The New York Times January 2, 2010
An Epic Poem In Paint The Wall Street Journal January 2, 2010
Don't Know Much About History Forbes.com December 7, 2009
Magnum: The Next Generation The Daily Beast November 27, 2009
Cezanne: His Transatlantic Progeny The Wall Street Journal October 15, 2009
Bondy's Out-With-The-Old 'Tosca' Forbes.com October 14, 2009
'The Man Who Waited' The Wall Street Journal October 6, 2009
Georgia O'Keeffe's Love Letters The Daily Beast September 22, 2009
Bookless In Seattle Forbes.com September 10, 2009
The Most Important Collectors You've Never Heard Of The Art Newspaper September 2009
'Art Works' Forbes.com August 9, 2009
The Dove/O'Keeffe Story: An Inspiring Relationship The Wall Street Journal July 8, 2009
UNESCO Gets Some Guts Forbes.com July 2, 2009
Turkey's Alexander Sarcophagus: He Battles Heroically in High-Relief Wall Street Journal June 27, 2009
Can Michelle Save Jazz? The Daily Beast June 21, 2009
Obama's New Arts Czar: His Wife The Daily Beast May 19, 2009
Great Performances - Behind the Scenes The Wall Street Journal May 7, 2009
I'm Honored. No, Actually, I Can't Afford It. The New York Times May 3, 2009
The Decorative and Beyond The Wall Street Journal April 21, 2009
Variable Pricing for Museums Forbes Magazine April 20, 2009
Preserving the World's Most Important Artifacts Smithsonian.com March 30, 2009
Obama Disappoints the Arts The Daily Beast March 25, 2009
Re-Framing the Art Market The Daily Beast February 23, 2009
Brandeis on the Brink The Daily Beast January 28, 2009
Art Lessons For Obama Forbes.com January 24, 2009
Easing The Getty Into Young Adulthood The Wall Street Journal January 20, 2009
Is Glitzy Art on the Way Out? The Art Newspaper December 12, 2008
Slowdown In The Art Market Forbes.com December 8, 2008
How to Build a Museum Collection on a Mailman's Salary The Art Newspaper December 5, 2008
Mysterious Machu Picchu The Wall Street Journal November 1, 2008
Taxing Matters Art + Auction August 2008
Expressionism in Museums Art + Auction June 2008
The New Blue Chip Art + Auction June 2008
A Knight at the Opera: Big Plans - Large Bills The Wall Street Journal April 24, 2008
Staring Dürer in the Face The Wall Street Journal March 15, 2008
Love of Labor, Labor of Love The Wall Street Journal January 3, 2008
He's Not 'MacAbre' Any Longer The Wall Street Journal November 20, 2007
Restoration Job: E.E. Cummings And His Works in Paint The Wall Street Journal October 11, 2007
If You Build It, Will They Come? Art + Auction July 2007
It Is What's Inside That Dazzles The Wall Street Journal June 7, 2007
Oral History of Met Revised After Interviewees Object New York Magazine May 20, 2007
Unsuccessful Overtures The Wall Street Journal November 4, 2006
A Dual Portrait of Art-Collecting Siblings The Wall Street Journal July 5, 2006
Curators Can Curate, But Writers Can Try, Too The New York Times March 29, 2006
A Humorless Tribute to America's Great Humorist The Wall Street Journal January 3, 2006
German Princely Treasures Land on These Shores The New York Times November 2, 2005
Halting Cultural Evolution The New York Times July 15, 2004
E-Bay Fraud NPR June 7, 2000
The Last of the Stroganoffs Finally Sees What She Lost The New York Times February 22, 2000
A Possible Conflict By Museums In Art Sales The New York Times February 21, 2000
Hip Vs. Stately: The Tao Of Two Museums The New York Times February 20, 2000
Artist at Work: Extracting Metaphors From Life's Detritus The New York Times February 2, 2000
Looking Again At Art That Made A Culture Blink The New York Times January 23, 2000
Television/Radio: Looking Again At Art That Made A Culture Blink The New York Times January 23, 2000
Strategy in Schiele Art Case Questioned The New York Times October 12, 1999
Togetherness in Solitude: A Fertile Chemistry; Art Colonists Learn Creativity Can Be Communicable The New York Times September 25, 1999
Heavyweight Foundation Throws Itself Behind Idea of a Cultural Policy The New York Times August 2, 1999
Adirondack Vistas In the Artist's Eye And in the Visitor's The New York Times July 23, 1999
In Olympics Of Art World, Anything For an Edge The New York Times June 17, 1999
'Adopting' Masterpieces: Touch of Class Or Crass? The New York Times June 6, 1999
Painting Packs a Million-Dollar Surprise The New York Times June 4, 1999
Artist At Work: Representing America in a Language of Her Own The New York Times May 30, 1999
Art on Line: The Internet Mounts A Masterpiece The New York Times May 13, 1999
Private Donors Unite to Support Art Spurned by the Government The New York Times May 3, 1999
They're Building A Lot More Than Their Collections The New York Times April 21, 1999
Artist at Work: Taking the Ordinary and Finding the Beautiful The New York Times March 24, 1999
Artist At Work: A Painter and Her Art Trade Places The New York Times January 28, 1999
A Diplomatic Look Back at a Met Career The New York Times January 7, 1999
Blockbuster Shows And Prices to Match The New York Times November 10, 1998
A Betrayal The Art World Can't Forget The New York Times November 2, 1998
Artist at Work: Steadily Weaving Toward Her Goal The New York Times October 6, 1998
No Easy Route to Recovering Nazi Plunder The New York Times September 9, 1998
Questions Over Met's Show of Minor Artist The New York Times August 11, 1998
Top 100 Paintings? Impossible The New York Times August 9, 1998
Claims for Art Collection Pose a Challenge to Hungary The New York Times July 7, 1998
Judge Rejects Seizure of 2 Schieles The New York Times May 14, 1998
20th-Century Art Treasures Left to Met The New York Times May 6, 1998
The Old Masters? They're The Ones Inspecting The Art The New York Times March 11, 1998
Museums Paint Prosperity By Numbers The New York Times February 26, 1998
Tracing a van Gogh Treasured By The Met The New York Times February 11, 1998
Man in the Middle of the Schiele Case The New York Times January 29, 1998
Modern Is Urged to Play Solomon in Paintings Dispute The New York Times January 1, 1998
The Zealous Collector The New York Times December 24, 1997
An Art Lover Who Awakened a Generation The New York Times October 28, 1997
Anonymous Gifts for Art, So Women Creating It Aren't The New York Times October 12, 1997
Glory Days for the Art Museum The New York Times October 5, 1997
Artists At Work: A Popular Couple Charge Into the Future of Art, but in Opposite Directions The New York Times September 2, 1997
A Convert Spreads the Word for Haitian Art The New York Times June 10, 1997
TV Has All But Tuned Out the Visual Arts The New York Times May 15, 1997
A Critic Distills American Art to 8 Hours The New York Times May 8, 1997
Art Dealers Outraged By Auction in Florida The New York Times January 28, 1997
Ex-Wives Of the Rich And Famous See A Film and Pronounce It Fact The New York Times September 18, 1996
Masterminding An Epic Show The New York Times June 9, 1996
Have Show, Will Travel (Within Limits) The New York Times February 25, 1996
Book for Hermitage Is a Hard-Won Hit For U.S. Publisher The New York Times September 12, 1995
Impressionism Rides a Rental Car Business Week May 9, 1994
Knicknacks of the Rich and Famous Business Week November 15, 1993
But Where To Hang It? Business Week June 14, 1993
Why This Landscape Should Make Penny-Pinchers Beam Business Week December 30, 1991

Blog Posts

Title Publication Date
The Aftermath: Responses to My Deaccessioning Op-Ed Blog January 10, 2010
Season's Greetings From Artists And Poets Blog December 22, 2009
History Lesson: Can Museum Exhibits Spark Change? Blog December 1, 2009
Monuments Men Foundation "Finds" A Monuments Woman Blog November 16, 2009
What Is Connoisseurship Nowadays? Ask Minneapolis Institute of Arts Blog October 19, 2009
Smithsonian Institution: Benign Neglect Under New Management Blog September 28, 2009
Stars Are Born: Aborigines, Just Told to Paint, Turn Out "Icons Of The Desert" Blog September 6, 2009
An Art Mystery: What Is The Printseller's Window Trying To Tell Us? Blog September 1, 2009
Quick, Think: Who Would You Rank As The Greatest Photographers? Blog August 31, 2009
Exposed! In Delaware: Five Questions About Appropriation Blog August 26, 2009
We Don't Need Curators Anymore; We Have Banks Blog August 25, 2009
Brilliant Assignment For U-Penn Freshmen: Look At A Painting, Instead of Read A Book Blog August 13, 2009
Hidden Treasures From Kabul Is A Real Treasure Blog August 11, 2009
Kokoschka at Neue Galerie -- Just So-So, But Go Anyway Blog August 2, 2009
Statistics, Studies and the Arts: A Plea For More & Better Blog July 30, 2009
Brandeis Fallout: Sign Here If You Believe Great Universities Have Great Museums Blog July 28, 2009
Jessica Lange Gets A Photography Show at the Eastman House -- Is This Celebrity Fever? Blog July 17, 2009
Debating MASS MoCA's Impact on North Adams: Where to Go Next Blog July 14, 2009
A Letter Reveals The Need to Cultivate Congress Blog July 10, 2009
Wright's Darwin Martin House Becomes A Must-See Blog July 6, 2009
National Archives Joins the YouTube Wave: Where Are Other Cultural Groups? Blog June 30, 2009
Can Yinka Shonibare Draw Visitors to Brooklyn's Period Rooms? Blog June 28, 2009
What Are the "Enduring Questions" of Life? Blog June 19, 2009
"Paint Made Flesh" Meets the Internet -- And Makes A Good Match Blog June 18, 2009
Five Questions about Kidspace at MASS MoCA Blog June 12, 2009
Museum Directors Meet This Weekend: Here's What They Should Discuss Blog June 11, 2009
Women Artists in Museums: Take a Clue from a National Gallery of Art Show Blog June 10, 2009
Peace in the Galleries and Concert Halls Blog June 8, 2009
Duchamp's Chess Obsession: A Show, A Book, and More Blog May 26, 2009
Putting Collectors Under the Microscope Blog May 18, 2009
New Works = New Audiences? Not! Blog May 11, 2009
The Humanities vs. Global Affairs: A Matter of Money Blog May 8, 2009
Does Alcohol Fuel Creativity? Blog May 5, 2009
Why Didn't Denver Museum Take Design Show, And What That Says About Museums Today Blog April 28, 2009
From the George Eastman House: A New "Legacy" Blog April 2, 2009
$1 Goes Far for Two Chicago Opera Companies Blog March 31, 2009
A New West Side Story: What Would Jerome Robbins Think? Blog March 20, 2009
Sleepless Off-Broadway Blog March 11, 2009
The Astonishing Michael Govan Blog March 5, 2009
Reaching For the Stars Blog March 4, 2009
Why That YSL Auction is Good News Blog March 3, 2009
A Moment So Sublime That My Eyes Start to Water Blog April 29, 2008

Book Reviews

Book Title Publication Date
Loot: The Battle Over the Stolen Treasures of the Ancient World
by Sharon Waxman
Forbes.com December 12, 2008
Patronizing the Arts
by Marjorie Garber
Forbes.com June 10, 2008

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