New Record for Gustav Bauernfeind Set - GBP3 Million
Date: 29 Jun 2007 | Views: 11641
LONDON - The results for yesterday’s successful sales of 19th Century European Paintings (which included German, Austrian, Central European and Orientalist works) and Scandinavian Art at Sotheby’s London are in. More...
Arts Council England, West Midlands Awards Over GBP200,000
Date: 29 Jun 2007 | Views: 3744
LONDON - Eighteen projects in Birmingham and Solihull are amongst the 33 projects across the West Midlands that have been awarded a total of £679,010 in last month’s Grants for the arts awards from Arts Council England, West Midlands. More...
Sotheby's Presents The Scandinavian Sale
Date: 29 Jun 2007 | Views: 5528
LONDON - Norwegian artists will make up the largest component of the June sale and among the works to be offered will be masterpieces by major names such as Edvard Munch, Thomas Fearnley, Frits Thaulow, Peder Balke, Odd Nerdrum and Christian Krohg. More...
Rare Arm Chair Sells For $913,600
Date: 26 Jun 2007 | Views: 4908
NEW YORK - Sotheby’s June 19, 2007 sale of Important 20th Century Design brought a total of $10,796,080, above a high estimate of $9.4 million, and set records for a range of 20th century modernist designers from John Bradstreet to Ron Arad. More...
Christie's Appoints Amin Jaffer Director of Asian Art
Date: 26 Jun 2007 | Views: 16922
Christie’s International, the world’s leading art business, announced today the appointment of Dr. Amin Jaffer as International Director of Asian Art, effective immediately. In this role, Dr. Jaffer will have a particular responsibility for developing Christie’s brand and business within India and among Indian communities worldwide. More...
Philly Suburbs in Bid to Keep Barnes
Date: 25 Jun 2007 | Views: 3589
The Barnes Foundation, whose suburban gallery holds a world-class trove of Cezannes, Picassos, Renoirs and van Goghs, has long claimed poverty as justification for breaking the will of its late founder and moving the art collection to downtown Philadelphia. More...
Isn't There Something Better Than Biennales?
Date: 25 Jun 2007 | Views: 3808
Whether you think of it as a harmonic convergence, a cattle call, or a clusterfuck, every ten years the Venice Biennale, Art Basel, Documenta, and Sculpture Project Münster open one after the other over the course of a week. More...
London Market Surprises
Date: 25 Jun 2007 | Views: 3519
Prior to London's art auctions last week, there was every reason to think that the sales would confirm the emergence of a truly global art market, in which the same faces appear in different places and Chinese contemporary art is purchased everywhere — except in China. More...
Asian Art Sale at Sotheby's Paris
Date: 24 Jun 2007 | Views: 157841
PARIS, FRANCE - Buyers from around the world (Asia, Europe, U.S.) were active role at Sotheby’s first sale of Asian art in Paris!’ reports Géraldine Lenain, Director of the Asian Art Department. More...
Christie's Post War & Contemporary Art Day Sale
Date: 24 Jun 2007 | Views: 3714
LONDON - Christie's Post War & Contemporary Art Day Sale held today in London completed the most successful week of Impressionist & Modern Art and Post War & Contemporary Sales ever held in Europe which realised a combined total of £237 million ($470.4 million / ˆ349.6 million). More...
Freud Sells For $15.6 Million at Christie's London
Date: 24 Jun 2007 | Views: 3769
Christie’s record-breaking auction of Post-War and Contemporary Art on 20 June 2007 realised £74,072,800 / $147,256,726 / ˆ109,553,671, a record total for any auction in this category in Europe. More...
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