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On the Cover
On the Cover: Bill Woodrow, Hive, 2005. Bronze, glass, and paint, 124 x 140 x 141 cm.
Photograph: Prudence Cuming Associates, Ltd., Courtesy Waddington Galleries, London.
From the Chairman
The ruling in a recent Illinois District Court action—Henry F. and Anne Marie Frigon v. Pacific Indemnity Company—may not be the landmark decision claimed by the Wall Street Journal (“This Insurance Case Could Shake Up the Art Market,” February 7, 2007), but it is certainly interesting and noteworthy for artists, collectors, museum officials, and others concerned with insurance coverage and the “bad acts” of those that they work with and encounter in their art-world activities. (Complete letter...)
Forum: Reclaiming the Past in Rural Pennsylvania by Virginia Maksymowicz
Site: Open City by Alastair R. Noble
Houston: Katrina Moorhead
Santa Monica, California: Kaz Oshiro and Dan Douke
West Hollywood, California: Cecilia Miguez
Miami: “Modus R”
Framingham, Massachusetts: Jessica Straus
Johnstown, New York: Noah Savett
New York: Roberley Bell
New York: Eric Guzman
New York: Alejandro Almanza Pereda
New York: Dario Robleto
New York: Alex Wagman
Pittsburgh: Steve O’Hearn
Madison, Wisconsin: Aristotle Georgiades
Gifu Prefecture, Japan: Takeshi Shinohara
Sydney: “Adventures with Form in Space”
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