29th – Isabella Gardner Museum, Boston


12  Andy Goldsworthy, Neuberger Museum of Art and Lelong Gallery, New York 

14th – Leonardo, the Metropolitan Museum, New York

15th – Kieffer, Gargosian, New York, Sculpture Magazine 


7th – Thomas Struth, the Metropolitan Museum, New York then Chicago 

Scotsman: March, Scots in New York: Douglas Gordon, Tom Joshua Cooper etc., the Sean Kelly Gallery, New York, the Scotsman


1st – Christian Schad, Glamour & Despair, Neue Galerie NY

6th- Christopher Dresser, the Cooper Hewitt National Design Museum then V&A, London

19/20th – Elie Nadelman, the Whitney, New York, Weekend Financial Times

30th – Jenny Saville: interview, Gagosian, New York

30th – Whistler, Women & Fashion, the Frick Collection and New York Public Library: Whistler’s 100th Birthday


5th – Guggenheim and outpost in Rio (colour)  

7th – George Segal, Mitchell-Innes & Nash Gallery, New York

14th – DIA Art Foundation:Beacon,  opening, New York

Early Buddhist Art from Korea & Japan, the Japan Society, New York


6th – Mariko Mori, 590 Madison Avenue, IBM atrium, New York

11th – Charles Sheeler, the Metropolitan Museum, New York, then Switzerland

18th – Marsden Hartley, Berry-Hill Galleries, New York

19th – Mu Xin, Asia Society, New York

24th – Lichtenstein on the Roof, the Metropolitan Museum, New York

26th – Jane Street Gallery artists, Tibor de Nagy, New York


9th – Hendrick Goltzius, 1558-1617, the Metropolitan Museum, New York, then Toledo

18th – Collector Roy Neuberger’s100th Birthday Interview, colour

23rd – Red, White & Blue: Icons of a New Culture at Shelburne Museum, Vermont 


6th – The American Effect 1990-2003 Sobering Thoughts, the Whitney, New York 

8th – The Jeckyll designer, Bard Centre, New York

18th – Fritz Vogt’s Rural America, Folk Art Museum, New York

27th – Willem van Tetrode, the Frick Collection, New York

28th – Baseball exhibition, American Folk Art Museum, New York


5th – Robert Wilson: 14 Stations of the Cross, MASS MoCA, Massachusetts

10th – French Artists in Rome, Dahesh Museum, New York

12th – Ellsworth Kelly, the Whitney, New York

17th – Takashi Murakami, the Rockefeller Plaza, New York. colour.

22nd – Isamu Noguchi, Pace Wildenstein, New York

24th – Frederic Brenner Diaspora: interview re book

end Sept: FT – International Season, preview: Rosenquist at Guggenheim; El Greco at the Metropolitan Museum; Lucas Samaras at the Whitney; Boucher at the Frick Collection; Mapplethorpe at Sean Kelly; Guston at the Metropolitan Museum, then Royal Academy of Arts, London


3rd – Jewish Journey, the Brooklyn Museum, New York

8th – Chakaia Booker, Marlborough Fine Art, London 

(8th – Bill Packer on Édouard Vuillard, Paris, then Royal Academy of Arts, London)

17th – Cai Guo-Qiang’s Asia Society and Central Park, New York

24th – El Greco, the Metropolitan Museum, then National Gallery, London


12th – Boucher, the Frick Collection, New York, then Kimbel Museum, Texas

15/16th – James Rosenquist, interview, Guggenheim etc. (plus his website), Weekend Financial Times

 (19th – Bill Packer, Yorkshire Sculpture Park,)

19   Clare Central Park’s 150th birthday and auction at Christies

26th – Picasso: Cubist Portraits of Fernande Olivier, National Gallery, Washington DC. Museum, then Dallas


2nd – Philip Guston: An Artist who delighted in ‘crapola’, the Metropolitan Museum, then Royal Academy of Arts, London

17th – 2 Whistler’s shows, I have won my battle, Freer Gallery, Washington DC; Whistler in Venice, the Burrell, Glasgow

30th – Agnes Gund, president of MoMA interview: works from her collection at Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland

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