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    Where Is Japan In The New Art Market?
    Date: 16 Mar 2007 | Views: 5577
    Here is the scorecard for the recent contemporary art auctions around the world: New York, $240 million; London, $229 million; Hong Kong, $67 million; Tokyo, $1.1 million. How can this be? More...
    A Museum Takes Steps to Collect Houses
    Date: 16 Mar 2007 | Views: 3092
    LOS ANGELES — Shortly after moving here last year to take over as director of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Michael Govan started looking at houses — not as a place for him to live but as potential museum pieces. More...
    Da Vinci work crated for loan despite Italian protests
    Date: 13 Mar 2007 | Views: 2959
    An Italian senator followed through Monday on his earlier promise to chain himself to the gates of Italy's famed Uffizi Gallery to protest the loan of an early Leonardo da Vinci work to Japan. More...
    At European Art Fair, Newcomers Muscle In
    Date: 13 Mar 2007 | Views: 3077
    MAASTRICHT, the Netherlands, March 11 — A pair of uninvited guests arrived at this year’s European Fine Art Fair. For the first time in the fair’s 20-year history, the auction giants Sotheby’s and Christie’s have muscled their way into what has traditionally been a premier showcase for international dealers. More...
    A Builder Who Went to Town
    Date: 13 Mar 2007 | Views: 3231
    NEW YORK - This city is having a debate about the soul of Robert Moses - the "master builder" who used his enormous powers, in the middle of the last century, to give shape to the Big Apple's roads, beaches, parks and housing. More...
    Monument for Madrid Terrorist Victims of Unveiled
    Date: 13 Mar 2007 | Views: 2824
    MADRID, SPAIN - The third anniversary of Madrid's train bombings was marked with the unveiling of a 30ft glass monument in honor of the 192 victims. More...
    Not For Sale at P.S.1 Contemporary Center
    Date: 13 Mar 2007 | Views: 2945
    LONG ISLAND CITY, NY - Not For Sale is about the relationship between artists and their work in the context of the economy in which they function. More...
    Sotheby's To Sell Important Cézanne Watercolor
    Date: 13 Mar 2007 | Views: 5949
    NEW YORK - On May 8, 2007 Sotheby’s New York will have the privilege of offering for sale the most important watercolor by Paul Cézanne remaining in private hands, Nature morte au melon vert. More...
    Old Master Paintings at Sotheby's Amsterdam
    Date: 11 Mar 2007 | Views: 3680
    AMSTERDAM - The sale of Old Master Paintings at Sotheby’s Amsterdam on Tuesday 8 May 2007 offers a variety of landscapes, still-lifes, portraits, biblical and genre scenes. More...
    6 billion perps held hostage!
    Date: 11 Mar 2007 | Views: 5387
    PITTSBURGH, PA. - The exhibition, 6 BILLION PERPS HELD HOSTAGE! Artists Address Global Warming, showcases a diverse collection of art works, including textiles, videos, paintings, drawings, inflatables, photography and music, all directing attention to the topic of global warming. More...
    Adobe Tackles Photo Forgeries
    Date: 10 Mar 2007 | Views: 2767
    A suite of photo-authentication tools under development by Adobe Systems could make it possible to match a digital photo to the camera that shot it, and to detect some improper manipulation of images, Wired News has learned. More...
    Signs That Picasso You Bought On TV Isn't Right
    Date: 9 Mar 2007 | Views: 2764
    Becoming a player in the rarefied world of art sales had never seemed easier. Without moving from their armchairs, viewers of the cable TV show Fine Arts Treasures Gallery could become the owners of works by some of the greatest artists of the 20th century. More...
    The da Vinci decoder?
    Date: 6 Mar 2007 | Views: 8872
    More than 400 years ago, one of Leonardo da Vinci's greatest works disappeared from view. An Emory physicist may finally get a chance to answer this centuries-old art mystery. More...
    Wanted: A Practical Avant Garde
    Date: 5 Mar 2007 | Views: 3012
    The avant-garde isn't what it used to be. In the 20th century, artists thought incessantly about the future, but so far the 21st century seems more invested in the relatively recent past. More...
    Shadows of doubt loom over Pollock-style works
    Date: 5 Mar 2007 | Views: 3122
    Art historians have spent whole careers trying to re-create the halcyon years when Jackson Pollock revolutionized 20th-century art by hurling paint at raw canvas on the floor of his barn on Long Island, N.Y. More...

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