Abu Dhabi’s New Saadiyat Island, a Cultural Capital Built on Sand

Arabian Louvre nears completion with NYU campus nearby
Travel + Leisure, April 14, 2016

Art Dynasty Battles Qatar Over New York Sale

Wildenstein gallery to return home after $90 million deal aborted/
ARTnews, January 20, 2015

Creating a Renaissance for Italian Modernism

New Center for Italian Modern Art opens in New York
ARTnews, October 2014

Rethinking the Guggenheim Helsinki

Open design competition for the Finnish capital reflects a change in foundation's global strategy
ARTnews, September 2014

End of an Era for Wildenstein

The sale of its New York headquarters signals a new direction for the art-dealing family
ARTnews, May 1, 2014

Art and the Brain

Neuroscientist Eric Kandel analyzes our biological response to modernism
ARTnews, Summer 2012

Princely Treasures

Hans-Adam II of Liechtenstein revitalizes a dynastic legacy
ARTnews, April 2012

When ‘No’ Means ‘Maybe’

Max Hollein is bringing a distinctly American approach to German art museums
ARTnews, January 2012

A More Nuanced Story

The Metropolitan Museum's expanded Islamic galleries reflect changes in the political, social and religious landscape
ARTnews, November 2011

Sunny Scenes, Direct From Pyongyang

North Korean propaganda art
The New York Times, August 11, 2010

Sacred Spaces

Tobi Kahn and the art of creative reverence
Tablet, November 4, 2009

Israel’s Museums: The Next Generation

Israel is boosting its cultural infrastructure by expanding arts institutions and planning new ones
ARTnews, May 2009

Border Crossings Between Art and Life

Emily Jacir takes aim
The New York Times, February 1, 2009

From Lollipops to Zigzags

The American Craft Museum completes its transformation into the Museum of Arts and Design with a daring makeover of an eccentric New York landmark
ARTnews, October 2008

Bridging the Gulf

Is Doha, Qatar, the new cultural capital of the Middle East?
Travel + Leisure, July 2007

Quest for a Palestinian Museum

An idealistic lawyer hopes art can help forge a new identity for his people
The Los Angeles Times, July 1, 2007

Remapping the World of

Artists in MoMA exhibition challenge Muslim tradition
The Los Angeles Times, March 12, 2006

China Urges U.S. to Embargo Import of Cultural Artifacts

A chilling effect
Art + Auction, January 2006

The Pain Felt on Both Sides

In an Israeli Arab town that's a political hot spot, a gallery has taken on a mission that transcends the aesthetic
The Los Angeles Times, December 25, 2005

A Rebel with a Cause: Francesca von Habsburg

Having grown up with a world class trove of Old Masters, she carves out her own niche as a major collector of edgy contemporary art
ARTnews, Summer 2005

The Sheikh Who Stopped Shopping

Sheikh Saud al-Thani's ouster sent shock waves through the art market and raised questions about his multi-million dollar projects
ARTnews, May 2005

America Starkly Drawn by Others

A timely exhibition at the Whitney Museum views the post-Cold War U.S. through foreign artists' eyes.
The Los Angeles Times, July 5, 2003

Riches the Hapsburgs Sent to the Attic

Vienna's Imperial Furniture Collection
The New York Times, October 15, 2000

Auspiciously Austin

When a maverick curator added an International Style building to Hartford's stodgy art museum, it set off a Modernist invasion. Now Chick Austin's provocative house has been meticulously restored.
Travel + Leisure, July 2000

Totem and Taboo

The new Berlin struggles to build a Holocaust memorial
Lingua Franca, December/January 1999

Where the Past Haunts, Berlin Embraces the New

Germany orders up mammoth load of art
The New York Times, June 7, 1998

A Typeface as Symbol of National Pride

Looking at Germany's printed image
The New York Times, March 1, 1998

Meeting the widow of Hitler’s state sculptor Arno Breker

The Spectator, January 20, 1996

Tweaking the Beard of the Maximum Leader

Cuba's art scene
The New York Times, June 12, 1994

George Segal’s Silhouetted World

A sculptor
Forward, May 7, 1993

The Horror Foretold

Restored 1924 Austrian film depicts Jewish deportation
The Washington Post, November 18, 1991

The Artist as Eco-Architectural Iconoclast

Friedensreich Hundertwasser's "compost-modern" crusade
The Washington Post, November 18, 1990

Vienna’s Statue of Limitations

The controversial Holocaust monument
The Washington Post, June 24, 1990