Thursday’s Art Notes
A woman views ‘The True Artist Helps The World By Revealing Mystic Truths’ by Damien Hirst during the Frieze art fair at Regents Park on October 13, 2010 in London, England. Photo by Ian Gavan/Getty Images
American curator Marion True has been released in Rome after being held since 2005 for looting charges associated with her tenure at the Getty Museum because the statute of limitations has run out, via ARTINFO.
NPR’s Bob Boilen guest writes an essay for American Songwriter about the launch of the new 24-hour All Songs internet radio station and why he thinks “radio” is still the best way to fall in love with music, even if the method of delivery is changing.
Art Review ranks the 100 most powerful art dealers and visual artists in the world. Damien Hirst (see photo above) was ranked 53. Ai Weiwei (check out our photo from Monday) was 13. U.S. art dealer Larry Gagosian was named the most powerful.