The New (Anonymous) Subversive Public Art
Date: 6 Apr 2007 | Views: 3376
Graffiti is the most prolific - and enduring - genre of public art. Although its association with vandalism tainted its early modern life, it is rapidly being accepted as a genuine form of art, exhibited in museums and even coming under the high-class hammer at Sotheby's in recent years. More...
Sale of African, Oceanic and Pre-Columbian Art at Sotheby's
Date: 6 Apr 2007 | Views: 6945
NEW YORK - On May 17, 2007, Sotheby’s New York will hold its various-owners sale of African, Oceanic and Pre-Columbian Art, a historically rich offering including traditional and ceremonial works of art ranging from Nigerian and Central African to Mexican and Peruvian. More...
Sale of Photographs at Sotheby's New York
Date: 5 Apr 2007 | Views: 26182
NEW YORK - Sotheby’s April 26th sale of photographs from various-owners will feature a selection of outstanding works by many 20th-century photographers, including work from the early part of the century, fashion photography, as well as an assortment of notable contemporary photographs. More...
One Picture, 1,000 Tags
Date: 1 Apr 2007 | Views: 3722
Strolling through a museum, a painting of a shipwreck catches your eye. You are struck by the dominance of blue in another work. Yet another painting, featuring a silvery moon, seems sad. More...
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