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Takashi Murakami

  1. 3 Sentence Reviews of Marlene Dumas, Dan Colen, and 11 Other Art-World Big ShotsLet’s read the tea leaves on the upper end of the food chain.
  2. art
    Frieze Salutes Feature Inc., the Visionary Gallery That Changed the Art WorldMurakami, Pettibon, Tom of Finland … you saw them there first.
  3. three-sentence reviews
    3-Sentence Reviews: Picasso, Clemente, and MurakamiRapid-response criticism and Pablo’s enormous penis.
  4. art
    Takashi Murakami Gives a Tour of His Nuclear-Meltdown WorkAnd talks about his gig at Disneyland Tokyo too.
  5. music
    Kirsten Dunst Is Turning Japanese for McG and Takashi MurakamiShe’s the “Akihabara Majokko Princess,” you know?
  6. basel blog
    Aftermath: The Big Sales and Breakout Stars of Art Basel Miami Beach’We did better than we expected — and worse than we had hoped.’
  7. basel blog
    Takashi Murakami Scales Back at Art Basel’We knew this was coming for about a year,’ says Murakami.
  8. news reel
    Takashi Murakami Watches From the Wings at Sotheby’sPlus: Robert Rauschenberg sets a record two days after his death.
  9. the take
    Video: Jerry Saltz at ‘©Murakami’’New York’ art critic Jerry Saltz visited “©Murakami” at the Brooklyn Museum to walk us through a few of the highlights.
  10. the best part
    Takashi Murakami’s Art Is Really Hard to Describe’Times’ reviewer Roberta Smith makes a valiant effort to boil down several chaotic, crazy-ass Murakamis into words, and the results are telling.
  11. basel blog
    Art Basel Miami: Where’s All the Cheap Stuff?“BEST ART DEAL IN MIAMI. NOTHING OVER $250,” reads the sign in one booth of the upstart Geisai Art Fair in Miami.
  12. the industry
    Jessica Alba Loves Ice Hockey, Mike MyersPlus industry news on Watchmen, Liev Schreiber, amd Takashi Murakami.
  13. cover story
    Kanye West Meets Takashi MurakamiWhat is Kanye saying, exactly?
  14. art candy
    That’s Mister Mr. to YouTakashi Murakami has already spawned multiple editions of just about every object imaginable — so it was only a matter of time before he spawned a candy-colored disciple too (or two, or, twenty, actually). Enter the first: Mr. (yes, just Mr.), a mysterious protégé and a product of Murakami’s “factory”-like Kaikai Kiki company-collective. Mr. wraps up his New York solo debut tomorrow at Lehmann Maupin. —Rachel Wolff