Art Outside The Marketplace
Date: 12 Feb 2007 | Views: 2850
IN one of the funnier moments in “How to Draw a Bunny,” a 2002 documentary about the artist Ray Johnson, Morton Janklow, the literary agent, recounts how Mr. Johnson offered to sell him some collages featuring the agent’s silhouette. A price was named. Negotiations ensued by mail. More...
Study for Portrait II by Francis Bacon Sells for $27.5M
Date: 10 Feb 2007 | Views: 69855
LONDON, ENGLAND - Christie’s record breaking auction of Post-War and Contemporary Art on 8 February 2007 realised £70,429,200/ $138,393,378/ €106,488,950, a record total for any auction in this category in Europe. More...
You’ve Seen the E-Mail, Now Buy the Art
Date: 6 Feb 2007 | Views: 3069
FOR his fall show the artist Tom Friedman planted two dozen haracteristically demented sculptures throughout the Gagosian Gallery in Beverly Hills. He set a giant Excedrin box, made from dozens of cut-up Excedrin boxes, on the floor near the entrance. More...
Owner rejects analysis of unsubstantiated Pollocks
Date: 5 Feb 2007 | Views: 2893
BOSTON. — The owner of three paintings attributed to contemporary abstract painter Jackson Pollock has rejected a scientific analysis by Harvard University researchers that questions the age and authenticity of the works. More...
Chinese Export Porcelain from the Ca Mau Sea Treasure
Date: 2 Feb 2007 | Views: 4214
AMSTERDAM.- The three-day auction of 76.000 pieces of Chinese export porcelain from the Ca Mau shipwreck, conducted in 5 sessions on 29, 30 and 31 January 2007 at Sotheby’s in Amsterdam, has raised a total of €3,046,716. More...
Cuts Looming For UK Museums
Date: 1 Feb 2007 | Views: 2770
The most worrying aspect of the coming Ice Age is the way it has split the arts into rival camps, performing and visual, and sundered London from the rest of the country. More...
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