The Artblog Reader Advisor


[This week on the Artblog Reader Advisor: You’ve got two extra days to see Matisse at MoMA, which is battling the Met for prestige and future trustee money; Artnet columnist Coline Milliard sees the Charlie Hebdo tragedy strengthening art, especially political cartoons; and Forbes’ “30 Under 30” list features more women than ever before. — the Artblog editors]

In Response to a Changing Art Market, Auction Houses Now Guaranteeing Prices (Again), via New York Times

Competing Collections: Contrasting MoMA and The Met, via Vanity Fair

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Maya Hayuk’s New York paint tour (the Guardian/Timothy Saccenti/supplied).

How the Charlie Hebdo Tragedy Will Reinforce Art, via Artnet

Forbes’ 30 Under 30 List is Now Live!, via Forbes

Photo via Instagram (@banksy).

This Week in Street Art: Women Making Waves, via the Guardian

ICYMI: Henri Matisse: The Cut-Outs is Now on View Until Feb. 10, via Artnews

(Re)New(ed) and Notable: The Baltimore Contemporary Will Accept Applications for Grit Fund Recipients Starting on Jan. 12!, via The Contemporary


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