November 9, 2005 - Art Newspaper - Issue 163, November 2005
November 9, 2005

Issue 163, November 2005

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Issue 163, November 2005
Sections: News, Museums, Features, Editorial and Commentary,
Art Market, Books, Conservation
FROM THE CURRENT ISSUE

From News exclusive: Jumex Collection to open second huge gallery in Mexico City
NEW YORK. The Jumex Collection of contemporary art is to open a second exhibition space in Mexico City by 2008. Eugenio López Alonso, 37, the founder of the collection and sole heir to the privately-owned Grupo Jumex which produces bottled juice in… go to article (www.theartnewspaper.com)

From Editorial and Commentary: Amusing, charming, stylishlike his paintings
Patrick Caulfield met Roy Lichtenstein at a party for the Venice Biennale in 1984. It was impressive to see that Lichtenstein already knew his paintings and clearly admired themthough connections made between their work can be misleading. Both… go to article (www.theartnewspaper.com)

From Art Market: Were six stolen paintings sacrificed for one £18 million Cézanne?
LONDON. A case due to be heard before the High Court in London on 7 November has all the ingredients of a thriller. It involves a million-dollar painting, a mysterious off-shore company and an envelope that can only be opened in court. It is also… go to article (www.theartnewspaper.com)
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