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    A Symbol of Freedom and a Target for Terrorists
    Date: 15 Oct 2007 | Views: 2807
    Last Saturday, on what Parisians call White Night, when thousands of people cavort in the streets until dawn, a bunch of intruders broke into the Musée d’Orsay in Paris and punched a hole in a Monet. More...
    Sotheby's October 2007 Contemporary Evening Sale Achieves $70.7 Million
    Date: 15 Oct 2007 | Views: 3705
    Tonight’s total of £34,865,300 ($70,692,882) is the highest ever total for any October sale of Contemporary Art held in Europe, more than triple the previous highest total for an Evening Sale in this season - £9.9 ($18.7) million - achieved in 2006. More...
    Art Auction Supports Emerging Artists, Charity
    Date: 15 Oct 2007 | Views: 3719
    nAscent Art New York, a cutting-edge Manhattan art company, announces its “Art On The Block” art event and auction for emerging artists, slated for October 25th, 2007. More...
    Sotheby's to Feature Nancy Richardson Collection
    Date: 12 Oct 2007 | Views: 5905
    On October 16th, 2007, as part of its two days of Photographs auctions, Sotheby’s will feature a single-owner sale of Photographs from the Collection of Nancy Richardson, a highly focused offering of images by some of the most innovative photographers of the 20th century (est. $1.4/2.1 million). More...
    Tate Modern's Crack
    Date: 11 Oct 2007 | Views: 3294
    Tate Modern's dramatic new installation - a great gash in the floor of the Turbine Hall - has already delighted both critics and the public. But the question everyone's asking is: how on earth did it get there? Its creator... More...
    Sotheby's To Sell Paul Gauguin Masterwork of Stunning Tahitian Scene For Est. $40/60 Million
    Date: 11 Oct 2007 | Views: 3083
    On the evening of November 7, 2007, Sotheby’s in New York will offer for sale Paul Gauguin’s Te Poipoi (The Morning), one of the greatest Tahitian scenes by the artist remaining in private hands. More...
    Records Achieved at Sotheby's Hong Hong This Week
    Date: 11 Oct 2007 | Views: 2453
    Sotheby’s four-day Autumn series of sales (October 6-9, 2007) in Hong Kong concluded, totaling HK$1,552,412,500 (US$200,077,459), which represents the highest-ever total for a series of sales at Sotheby’s in Hong Kong. More...
    Scope Miami 2007 Expands to 61,000 Square Feet Pavillion
    Date: 11 Oct 2007 | Views: 2679
    SCOPE, Miami’s original emerging art fair, returns for its sixth year, expanded in size and global in reach, with 95 exhibitors from 24 countries, and a new 61,000 square foot pavilion at 101 NW 34th Street (NW 2nd Avenue) at Roberto Clemente Park in the Wynwood Art District. More...
    Statement of Condemnation for the Proposed Sale of Paintings
    Date: 11 Oct 2007 | Views: 2302
    The Association of College and University Museums & Galleries (ACUMG), which represents over 400 institutions across the country, joins the Association of Art Museum Directors (AAMD) in its statement of condemnation for the proposed sale of four paintings from Randolph... More...
    Chinese Art Sale Far Exceeds High Estimate
    Date: 9 Oct 2007 | Views: 4408
    Following on from the tremendous success of Sotheby’s New York Contemporary Art Asia sale last month, which brought over US$38 million (then the record sale for the category of Contemporary Asian Art) – Sotheby’s Hong Kong Contemporary Chinese Art sale today realised... More...
    The Disappearing Cultures of Rural China
    Date: 9 Oct 2007 | Views: 2526
    The Los Angeles Chinese Consulate presents: "The Disappearing Cultures of Rural China", an exclusive exhibit of paintings by cultural artist, Jo Sherwood, reveals China's isolated mountain villagers and their traditional customs. More...
    Fine Chinese Paintings Succesful at Sotheby's Hong Kong
    Date: 7 Oct 2007 | Views: 2452
    C.K. Cheung, Head of the Chinese Paintings department at Sotheby’s Hong Kong, said: “Today’s sale of Fine Chinese Paintings, which achieved HK$162,735,503 and nearly doubled its pre-sale high estimate... More...
    Old Master Paintings at Christie's New York
    Date: 7 Oct 2007 | Views: 5710
    Nicholas Hall, International Director, and Ben Hall, Head of Old Master Paintings, Christie’s New York, say: “We were delighted with the results from today’s sale, with an 87% sold by value rate confirming our belief in the new International Old Masters... More...
    Da Vinci's Madonna and the Yarnwinder Recovered
    Date: 6 Oct 2007 | Views: 7663
    British detectives have recovered Leonardo da Vinci’s, Madonna and the Yarnwinder in Glasgow, Scotland during a raid involving four police units at 11am GMT. Five men were arrested in connection with the theft which occurred on August 27, 2003 from Drumlanrig Castle, near Thornhill, Scotland. More...
    Christie's London Gallery Excluded From Frieze Fair This Year
    Date: 6 Oct 2007 | Views: 2505
    A London gallery owned by auction house Christie's International, Haunch of Venison, said it was excluded from returning this year to the Frieze Art Fair, which runs Oct. 11-14 in Regent's Park. More...

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