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    Free Arts NYC 8TH Annual Art + Photography Auction
    Date: 3 Mar 2007 | Views: 3990
    NEW YORK, NY - Free Arts NYC is pleased to announce its 8th Annual Art Auction Benefit, Portraits & Polaroids, which will take place on Monday, April 23rd in at Milk Gallery, located at 450 West 15th Street in New York. More...
    Defacer With Mystery Agenda Is Attacking Street Art
    Date: 1 Mar 2007 | Views: 3754
    Someone out there has a problem with art. Or at least a certain kind of art and artist. More...
    Picasso paintings stolen in Paris
    Date: 1 Mar 2007 | Views: 6579
    At least two Picasso paintings with a combined value of 50m euros (£33.7m) have been stolen from his granddaughter's home in Paris. More...
    Selections From Pierre Huber Collection Totals $16.8M
    Date: 1 Mar 2007 | Views: 5985
    NEW YORK - The sale of the selections of the single owner collection of contemporary art brought together by Swiss collector and dealer Pierre Huber totaled $16,786,400, exceeding the pre-sale estimate of $11 – 15 million. More...
    Portland Art Museum Purchases Rauschenberg
    Date: 1 Mar 2007 | Views: 9142
    PORTLAND.- The Portland Art Museum announced the purchase of a major assemblage sculpture by the renowned American artist Robert Rauschenberg. More...
    Court returns stolen art to owner
    Date: 1 Mar 2007 | Views: 3756
    A US art collector who had paintings valued at £20m stolen from his home in Massachusetts has won a legal battle in London to have them returned to him. More...
    Sotheby's To Launch mySothebys
    Date: 27 Feb 2007 | Views: 5658
    LONDON, ENGLAND - This spring, Sotheby’s will launch mySothebys, a powerful new Web experience on sothebys.com delivering dramatically enhanced online services to Sotheby’s clients. More...
    5000 Years of Chinese Art and Culture
    Date: 27 Feb 2007 | Views: 5214
    SANTA ANA, CA.- Bowers Museum of Orange County, celebrated for bringing the world’s spectacular collections to Southern California, presents “Treasures from Shanghai: 5000 Years of Chinese Art and Culture,” featuring 77 sets of objects from the Neolithic period (circa 3000 B.C.) to the Qing dynasty (1644-1911 A.D.). More...
    Western Collectors Swarm Chines Art
    Date: 27 Feb 2007 | Views: 4121
    Recently I received an e-mail message from a curator friend inquiring about a painter and sculptor named Liu Wei. I had included his work in a show I organized in Turin called “AllLookSame?” that featured pieces by young Korean, Chinese and Japanese artists... More...
    Christie's buys an art gallery
    Date: 26 Feb 2007 | Views: 3804
    LONDON - Christie's auction house said yesterday it had bought a London contemporary art gallery, moving the world's largest auctioneer onto terrain usually occupied by art dealers. More...
    Sculpture couldn't ride out the storms
    Date: 24 Feb 2007 | Views: 3998
    Red Sea Road, which used to adorn Miami Beach City Hall, appears to have been junked. More...
    Detroit museum nearly renovated
    Date: 24 Feb 2007 | Views: 3801
    DETROIT - The Detroit Institute of Arts is entering the final phase of its six-year, $158 million renovation and expansion that is increasing its gallery space by about 30 percent. More...
    Views of Russia’s crumbling modernist heritage
    Date: 24 Feb 2007 | Views: 4060
    A show at the Museum of Modern Art will chart the vanishing architectural ­heritage of the former Soviet Union More...
    Christie's To Offer Goudstikker Old Master Paintings
    Date: 24 Feb 2007 | Views: 4862
    NEW YORK/ LONDON / AMSTERDAM - Christie’s International today announced it has been selected to assist the heirs of Jacques Goudstikker with the sale of over 100 of the 200 Old Master pictures restituted to the family in February 2006. More...
    Berlin Museums Chief Attacks Louvre for Abu Dhabi Venture
    Date: 23 Feb 2007 | Views: 3940
    France's decision to lend both the Louvre's name and its art to a planned museum in Abu Dhabi will lead to a "commercialization'' of national treasures, Berlin museums chief Klaus-Dieter Lehmann said. More...

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