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    Volatile Markets? Art World Takes Stock
    Date: 30 Aug 2007 | Views: 3489
    The fall art auctions are almost three months away, galleries are still in their summer hiatus, and the Dow keeps fluctuating. But the art world is wondering how volatile financial markets might affect its own specialized market. More...
    Hirst Sells Skull for $100 Million, Manager Says
    Date: 30 Aug 2007 | Views: 6219
    Damien Hirst, the U.K.'s wealthiest artist, is selling his diamond skull to an investment group for $100 million, said Frank Dunphy, Hirst's business manager. More...
    Mystery Solved - A Fairground by L.S. Lowry Identified
    Date: 30 Aug 2007 | Views: 10752
    LONDON - Following the announcement last week of a newly-discovered fairground scene by Laurence Stephen Lowry (1887-1976), it has now emerged that the scene depicted is not, in fact, Beswick Fair, nr Manchester, as had been mooted. More...
    Call for Artists - Emerson Visiting Critics and Curators Series
    Date: 30 Aug 2007 | Views: 3067
    ST. LOUIS, MO - Each year, as part of its mission to promote the local arts community, the Contemporary invites internationally renowned critics and curators to St. Louis. More...
    The Belgiorno-Nettis Family Donate $4 Million to AGNSW
    Date: 29 Aug 2007 | Views: 3337
    SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - The Art Gallery of New South Wales announced that one of the leading arts families in Australia: the Belgiorno-Nettis family have agreed to donate $4 million to the gallery over four years in support of its contemporary art galleries. More...
    Sotheby's Achieves Several Records at Important Australian Art Auction in Melbourne
    Date: 29 Aug 2007 | Views: 6600
    MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - Sotheby’s has realised $9.652million at the conclusion of part 1 of its two day sale. Doug Moran, leading Australian businessman and arts philanthropist (responsible for the Doug Moran portrait prize... More...
    Shanghai: Art Deco capital - for now
    Date: 28 Aug 2007 | Views: 3866
    Just as Shanghai's priceless architectural legacy is gaining overdue recognition, it faces new threats from developers, reports Richard Spencer More...
    Their impotence writ large
    Date: 28 Aug 2007 | Views: 3695
    Not even the Vietnam War and the Cuban missile crisis could inspire Pop artists to more than empty gestures. More...
    Disputed Pollocks To Go On Display For First Time
    Date: 28 Aug 2007 | Views: 3729
    A controversial cache of drip paintings is unveiled for the first time at BC. The question remains: Did the famed Abstract Expressionist create them? More...
    British Library uncovers missing Constable
    Date: 27 Aug 2007 | Views: 3138
    A lost sketch by John Constable, never recorded in the catalogues of his work, has tumbled with a cascade of other drawings and letters from volumes which the British Library has owned for almost a century. More...
    Agency frustrates art donors
    Date: 27 Aug 2007 | Views: 3621
    Terry Bush is angry. Son of painter Jack Bush and executor of his father's artistic legacy, he organized a donation of the artist's sketch records to Kingston's Agnes Etherington Art Centre last year. More...
    Celebrity Portraits from the Andy Warhol Factory Years
    Date: 26 Aug 2007 | Views: 24169
    KOBLENZ, GERMANY -Dr. Martin Irvine, President and Director of Irvine Contemporary, Washington, D.C. is pleased to announce the opening of the exhibition Celebrity Portraits from the Andy Warhol Factory Years... More...
    Prints Through The Ages - Old Master, Modern and Contemporary Prints at Christie's London
    Date: 26 Aug 2007 | Views: 31467
    LONDON - The most varied and substantial array of Old Master, Modern and Contemporary Prints to be offered in many years at Christie’s London, will be auctioned in a two day sale on Tuesday 18 and Wednesday 19 September, 2007. More...
    Wanted: Two museum directors - visionaries and street-smart aesthetes preferred
    Date: 23 Aug 2007 | Views: 3027
    Picking a new museum director is more art than science, says Malcolm MacKay, the New York consultant whose recommendations have filled the top spots at many of the country's leading museums. More...
    Beauty is More Than Skin Deep - Anatomy as Art - at Christie's
    Date: 23 Aug 2007 | Views: 6013
    NEW YORK - Encompassing two hundred of the greatest and most visually arresting classics in the history of the art of the human body, the Collection of Dr. Dean Edell will be offered for sale at Christie's on October 5, 2007. More...

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