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    The Nan Kemper Collection at Christie's
    Date: 13 Sep 2007 | Views: 3909
    Christie’s is proud to announce clothing from fashion icon, Nan Kempner, will be sold in a session of the October House Sale, with all proceeds from the collection benefiting The Society of Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in recognition of her dedication to the organization. More...
    Remembering Lower Manhattan’s Day of Horror, Without Pomp or Circumstance
    Date: 12 Sep 2007 | Views: 2797
    It isn’t memory that is the issue. It is commemoration. Memory, at least right now, is readily summoned. Commemoration is something else altogether. More...
    The surreal goddess
    Date: 12 Sep 2007 | Views: 3518
    Lee Miller was the world's most fashionable face, and muse to some of the 20th century's mightiest artists. But was she also a great photographer in her own right? By Jonathan Jones More...
    Sotheby's To Sell Brooks McCormick Collection of Ornithology
    Date: 9 Sep 2007 | Views: 3972
    On October 5, 2007 Sotheby’s will have the privilege of offering for sale The Brooks McCormick Collection of Ornithology. Comprising both books and prints focused the history of ornithology, the collection boasts works by legendary names such as John James Audubon... More...
    Maynard Dixon Film Screened at Jackson Hole Art Auction
    Date: 8 Sep 2007 | Views: 2830
    What do Steve Martin (b.1945), Linda Ronstadt (b. 1946) and Diane Keaton (b. 1946) have in common? Besides being born one year apart, they are all collectors of Western landscape... More...
    Looted Qing Dynasty Horse May Fetch HK$80 Million at Sotheby's
    Date: 7 Sep 2007 | Views: 2508
    Sotheby's said it plans to sell a Qing Dynasty horse head looted from China's imperial retreat for as much as HK$80 million ($7.7 million), sparking calls from Chinese officials for the sculpture to be returned to the nation. More...
    Denver Art Museum Announces $5 Million Gift
    Date: 7 Sep 2007 | Views: 2575
    The Denver Art Museum today announced that Denver resident Tom Petrie will donate $5 million dollars to endow the Museum’s Institute of Western American Art. More...
    Museums can't compete
    Date: 5 Sep 2007 | Views: 2593
    They're increasingly losing out to wealthy private collectors who can afford to acquire expensive works. More...
    Christie's, Sotheby's Offer Sellers $1 Billion of Guarantees
    Date: 5 Sep 2007 | Views: 3172
    Christie's International and Sotheby's are offering $1 billion in price guarantees to sellers of Warhols and de Koonings before their fall sales. More...
    In defence of the collector
    Date: 5 Sep 2007 | Views: 2528
    Public museums are ambivalent about private benefactors, and we're all worse off as a result More...
    Exhibition brings Pollock mystery to life
    Date: 5 Sep 2007 | Views: 2589
    If the two dozen small paintings discovered by Alex Matter five years ago in his deceased parents' storage locker are not by Jackson Pollock, then I'd like to congratulate whoever did make them. More...
    Royal College of Art To Offer Francis Bacon's Study from the Human Body at Christie's
    Date: 3 Sep 2007 | Views: 3472
    LONDON - Christie's announce that Study from the Human Body, Man Turning on the Light by Francis Bacon (1909-1992) will lead the auction of Post-War and Contemporary Art Evening Sale at Christie’s London on 14 October 2007. More...
    Achaeminid Relief Leads Christie's London Auction of Antiquities
    Date: 1 Sep 2007 | Views: 2467
    LONDON - Christie’s announce the auction of Antiquities on 25 October at King Street, which will offer a strong selection of ancient art, jewellery and sculpture, particularly in the Near Eastern and Classical sections. More...
    Guillaume Cerutti Named President-directeur General of Sotheby's France
    Date: 1 Sep 2007 | Views: 5701
    PARIS, FRANCE - Sotheby’s today announced the appointment of Guillaume Cerutti as President-directeur General (PDG) of Sotheby’s France, effective September 1st. More...
    Salvador Dali's Painted Leotard at Leslie Hindman Auctioneers
    Date: 1 Sep 2007 | Views: 13073
    The sale of Post-War and Contemporary Art and American and European Art at Leslie Hindman Auctioneers will be the first of several exciting fall auctions. More...

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