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    Open House, Christie's Sale of Post-War & Contemporary Art
    Date: 7 Jun 2007 | Views: 2613
    NEW YORK -This season, there is one more reason to return to New York after the Fourth of July break – Open House, Christie’s sale of Post-War & Contemporary Art on July 10 which is not going to break records, not going to cause a major shift in investment portfolios, not going to make headlines on the financial news. More...
    The Harcourt Miniature Sells for GBP535,200
    Date: 7 Jun 2007 | Views: 3121
    LONDON - A miniature portrait of Oliver Cromwell, measuring just 10.4 x 8 cm (4⅛ x 3⅟2“), sold at Sotheby’s today for a record £535,200 More...
    Jean Prouvé's Prototype Maison Tropicale Sells For $4.9 M
    Date: 7 Jun 2007 | Views: 2914
    NEW YORK - In last night's auction Jean Prouvé’s Prototype Maison Tropicale and Works by Jean Prouvé, Charlotte Perriand, Le Corbusier and Pierre Jeanneret from the Collection of Eric Touchaleaume held at Christie's in New York... More...
    Banksy artwork taken from gallery
    Date: 7 Jun 2007 | Views: 2605
    Limited edition prints of artwork by guerrilla artist Banksy have been taken in two raids at a gallery in Sussex. More...
    Greek Police Raid, Close Art Show
    Date: 7 Jun 2007 | Views: 2760
    Greek artists, intellectuals and media are protesting a police raid and closure of an art exhibit authorities deemed "indecent" in Athens last weekend. More...
    Is this the birth of 21st-century art?
    Date: 7 Jun 2007 | Views: 5101
    With his shimmering skull, birth paintings and bisected shark, Damien Hirst has redeemed himself, says Jonathan Jones More...
    Afghanistan Exhibition Provokes Questions
    Date: 6 Jun 2007 | Views: 2612
    The National Geographic Society has struck a $1 million deal with the Afghan government to bring a rare cache of gold artifacts to the United States in a traveling exhibition. But... More...
    Fine Greek and Roman Sculpture at Christie's
    Date: 5 Jun 2007 | Views: 3322
    NEW YORK - On June 8, Christie’s New York will hold its bi-annual sale of Antiquities. This season, the auction will offer a particularly beautiful selection of Greek works of art... More...
    The hidden cost of sky-high art prices
    Date: 5 Jun 2007 | Views: 2574
    On May 15 at Sotheby's in New York, a 1950 painting by Mark Rothko sold for $72.8 million, the highest price ever paid for a work at a contemporary art auction. More...
    Damien Hirst Unveils GBP50 Million Diamond Skull
    Date: 3 Jun 2007 | Views: 12569
    LONDON - Artist Damien Hirst unveiled a diamond-encrusted human skull worth £50m. It is said to be the most expensive piece of contemporary art. More...
    Sotheby's Latin American Art Sale Totals $21.3 Million
    Date: 1 Jun 2007 | Views: 4889
    NEW YORK - Sotheby’s two-day sale of Latin American Art totaled $21,392,800, above its estimate of $14,626,000/19,732,000. More...
    Post-War and Contemporary Art Totals $32.9 Million
    Date: 1 Jun 2007 | Views: 4965
    PARIS, FRANCE - Yesterday's and today’s sale of Post-War and Contemporary Art totaled ˆ24,560,760 /£16,701,168 /$32,985,100 the highest total for a sale in France in this field. More...
    Work by Alfredo Ramos Martínez Sells for $4 Million
    Date: 1 Jun 2007 | Views: 6053
    NEW YORK - Christie's evening sale of Latin American Art was a landmark sale, realizing $22,717,400, the highest total ever for an evening sale in the field. More...
    Christie's Hong Kong Sales Achieve $195.4 Million
    Date: 1 Jun 2007 | Views: 3544
    HONG KONG - Christie’s Asian Art, Jewellery and Watches Spring Auctions held in Hong Kong from 27 May to 31 May 2007 realized a spectacular total of over HK$1.52 billion/ US$195.4 million – a 26.5% increase over our 20th Anniversary season this time last year – with a 58% market share. More...
    ROM Almost To Its $270m Goal
    Date: 1 Jun 2007 | Views: 3271
    The Royal Ontario Museum has received several last-minute donations totalling $12-million as it prepares for the architectural opening of the Michael Lee-Chin Crystal this weekend. More...

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