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March 2011 Issue of The Art Bulletin Features Essays on the Bocca della Verità and on German Painting and Czech Cubism
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In the March 2011 issue of The Art Bulletin, Fabio Barry evaluates the Bocca della Verità in Rome from numerous perspectives to recover its origin as an antique drain cover in the form of the god Oceanus, and Eleanor Moseman uses the case study of Ernst Ludwig Kirchner and Bohumil Kubiša to explore the relation of German painting and Czech Cubism. Two additional essays and a handful of book reviews round out the issue. More

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Report from the February Meeting of the Board of Directors
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CAA presents a short report on what the Board of Directors discussed at its recent meeting, held one day after the 2011 Annual Conference in New York. More

CAA Seeks Nominations and Self-Nominations for 2012-16 Board Service
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CAA seeks nominations and self-nominations from individuals interested in shaping the future of the organization by serving on the Board of Directors from 2012 to 2016. The deadline to apply is April 1, 2011. More

Regional MFA Exhibition at Hunter College
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Graduate students from twenty schools within one hundred miles of New York are showing recent work in the College Art Association NY Area MFA Exhibition, on view at the Hunter College/Times Square Gallery through April 9, 2011. More

Florida's American Heritage River:
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National Professional-Development Workshop for Artists in Baltimore
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Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore will present the next CAA National Professional-Development Workshop for Artists, called "Galleries, Grants, and Networking," on Saturday, March 26, 2011. Registration is free for MICA students, alumni, faculty, and staff; $15 for all other participants. More

The Art Bulletin Seeks Reviews Editor and Two Editorial-Board Members
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The Art Bulletin seeks nominations and self-nominations for its next reviews editor, and for two individuals to join the journal's editorial board. For the reviews editor, candidates should be art scholars with stature in the field, have experience in editing book and/or exhibition reviews, and be published authors of at least one book. For editorial-board members, candidates should have published substantially in the field and may be an academic, museum-based, or independent scholar. The deadline for reviews editor is March 25, and April 15 for the editorial board. More

Art Journal Seeks Editor-in-Chief and Two Editorial-Board Members
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Art Journal seeks nominations and self-nominations for its next editor-in-chief, and for two openings on the editorial board. Candidates must be individuals with a broad knowledge of modern and contemporary art and may be an artist, art historian, art critic, art educator, curator, or other art professional; institutional affiliation is not required. The deadline for editor-in-chief is March 25, and April 15 for the editorial board. More

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caa.reviews Seeks One Editorial-Board Member
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caa.reviews seeks one individual to serve on the journal's editorial board for a four-year term. Candidates may be artists, art historians, art critics, art educators, curators, or other art professionals with stature in the field and experience in writing or editing book and/or exhibition reviews. The deadline to apply is April 15, 2011. More



Take the 2011 Annual Conference Survey
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Last week, CAA sent an email to 2011 Annual Conference attendees, asking for feedback on all aspects of last month's event. Please complete the survey by Friday, March 25, 2011. More

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CAA Publishes the Call for Papers for the 2012 Annual Conference
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CAA has published the 2012 Call for Participation, which invites members to propose a paper or presentation for the 100th Annual Conference, taking place February 22–25, 2012, in Los Angeles, California. The deadline for proposals is May 2, 2011. More



caa.reviews publishes critical reviews of books, exhibitions, and projects in all areas and periods of art history and visual studies.

Book Reviews
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Ronda Kasl, ed., Sacred Spain: Art and Belief in the Spanish World. Reviewed by Charlene Villaseñor Black. OPEN CONTENT.

Ilia Dorontchenkov, ed., Russian and Soviet Views of Modern Western Art, 1890s to Mid-1930s. Reviewed by Sarah Warren.

Alexandra B. Bonds, Beijing Opera Costumes: The Visual Communication of Character and Culture. Reviewed by Angela Sheng.




Exhibition Reviews
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Wolfsonian–Florida International University, Speed Limits. Reviewed by Vladimir Kulić.

Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Smithsonian Institution, Yves Klein: With the Void, Full Powers. Reviewed by Terri Weissmann and Bibiana Obler.




French Court Finds in Favor of Journal Editor Sued for Libel over
Book Review

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A French court has dismissed a criminal-libel charge brought against a journal editor over a negative book review and ordered the plaintiff to pay punitive damages. The editor, Joseph H. H. Weiler, a professor at New York University's School of Law, said he had been awarded €8,000 (about $11,000) as a result of the action brought against him by Karin N. Calvo-Goller, a senior lecturer at the Academic Center of Law and Business in Israel. More

After Loss in Court, Scholar Defends Libel Lawsuit over Negative
Book Review

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Karin N. Calvo-Goller last week lost her controversial libel lawsuit in France, a case that had stoked concerns about libel tourism and scholars' freedom to publish criticism. She has not been talking to the news media, but she agreed this week to discuss the case with the Chronicle. More

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Fewer Young Blacks and Latinos Attend Arts Events: NEA Study
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A new analysis of survey data compiled by the National Endowment for the Arts since 1982 shows that blacks and Latinos have suffered from a collapse in arts education, and that their young-adult rates of arts attendance have declined far more than for whites. Childhood arts education "has played such a vital role...by developing the potential audience" for the arts, the researchers from the University of Chicago wrote. "If these trends continue, the health of the arts ecosystem will be in jeopardy." More

A Major Test of Copyright Power
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Ignoring the federal government's plea to stay away from the issue, the Supreme Court agreed to rule on a core issue of copyright law: when, if ever, does Congress have the constitutional power to revive copyright protection once it has expired for a creative work? That issue arises in the one new case the Court granted: Golan, et al., v. Holder (Attorney General), et al. A decision in the case is expected in the new term that starts next October 3. More

Publications on Asian culture and history

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Exhibit Introduces Hindu Holy Art to US Audiences
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Hinduism is the world's third largest religion and its oldest continuously practiced one, so it's somewhat surprising there has never been a major museum exhibition on Vishnu, one of its most important deities. Vishnu: Hinduism's Blue-Skinned Savior is a new exhibit at Nashville's Frist Center for the Visual Arts that aims to introduce American art audiences to the visual beauty of the intricate ways Hindus throughout time have rendered their deities. More

Negotiate Like a Professor
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For many academics, their first full-time teaching position is, in fact, their first significant employment of any sort. My own illustrious record of employment—besides teaching assistant and adjunct—before accepting a tenure-track teaching position consisted of babysitter, newspaper boy, and summer camp counselor. Since many other academics may have similar work histories, they will no doubt be caught unaware when negotiating their first full-time position. In light of some of my own blunders when it came to negotiation time, I thought it would be helpful to those currently on the job market to offer the following rules to negotiating like a pro. More

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China's $8.3 Billion Art Market Bests UK as World's No. 2, Research Says
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China has overtaken the United Kingdom to become the world's second-largest art market after the United States, according to research from the Netherlands-based European Fine Art Foundation. Auction sales in China totaled the equivalent of almost 6 billion euros ($8.3 billion) in 2010, giving the country a 23 percent share of the global market, said the British Art Market Federation. The US continues to dominate, with 34 percent. The UK remains Europe's biggest auction center, with 22 percent of international sales. The Netherlands-based European Fine Art Foundation released the full survey three days before the world's largest art and antiques fair, TEFAF, previews in the Dutch city of Maastricht. More

Myanmar's Young Artists and Activists
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The New Zero Gallery and Art Studio looks out over a scruffy street of coconut palms, noodle stalls, and cybercafés in Yangon (Rangoon), the capital of Myanmar, the Southeast Asian country formerly known as Burma. The two-story space is filled with easels, dripping brushes, and half-finished canvases covered with swirls of paint. A framed photograph of Aung San Suu Kyi, the Burmese opposition leader and Nobel Peace Prize laureate who was released from seven years of house arrest this past November, provides the only hint of the gallery’s political sympathies. More
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