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    Sotheby's 2008 Auction, Profit Estimates Cut by Stock Analyst
    Date: 30 Jan 2008 | Views: 4304
    Sotheby's auction sales and profit in 2008 may be lower than expected because of the "slowing outlook'' for financial markets, said an analyst at Craig-Hallum Capital Group LLC. More...
    Meet Zhang Xiaogang, China's hottest artist
    Date: 30 Jan 2008 | Views: 5518
    As Britain prepares to celebrate China’s vibrant arts scene, our writer meets Zhang Xiaogang, China's Red Star More...
    Nine Manuscripts By French Writer Andre Breton at Sotheby's Paris
    Date: 30 Jan 2008 | Views: 5031
    Sotheby’s announced the sale in Paris on May 20, 2008 of an exceptional collection of nine manuscripts by the French writer André Breton. More...
    Old Master Paintings and European Works of Art in N.Y. Total $82.5 M
    Date: 30 Jan 2008 | Views: 4362
    Sotheby’s two-day sale of Old Master Paintings and European Works of Art in New York brought a total of $82.5 million. More...
    Museum Staff Complicit In Stolen Art?
    Date: 27 Jan 2008 | Views: 5514
    Appraisal forms, import applications, reference materials. To that usual array of tools a museum might harness in assessing donated artifacts, some museums in Southern California appear to have added one more, according to investigators’ affidavits: a wink and a nudge. More...
    Bowers Museum Finds This Kind Of Spotlight Uncomfortable
    Date: 27 Jan 2008 | Views: 3560
    Santa Ana institution has long sought to be a major player in the art world. Federal raid put it in a harsh spotlight. More...
    Did Michelangelo Really Paint The Sistine Chapel?
    Date: 25 Jan 2008 | Views: 10531
    It is one of the wonders of the world. It covers 550 sq m, took three years of back-breaking work to create, and has been marvelled at by millions. Now, a controversial study is throwing new light on the 'inspiration' behind Michelangelo's greatest masterpiece. More...
    The auction houses are distorting our understanding of Chinese art
    Date: 25 Jan 2008 | Views: 3153
    The profusion of Chinese survey shows may be drawing to a close. European and American museum directors and curators will honour their chosen few with one-man shows as the decision making process passes to sufficient confidence. More...
    The New Political Artists
    Date: 23 Jan 2008 | Views: 4551
    Banksy attracts the press attention, but around him is an increasingly influential movement of political artists operating outside the mainstream More...
    Natural History - From Prehistory to the Present Day at Christie's Paris
    Date: 23 Jan 2008 | Views: 4513
    Following the success of last year’s auction, A Cabinet of Curiosities, which totaled more than one million Euro and established twelve world records, Christie’s will present another auction dedicated to Natural History next April in Paris. More...
    Set Sail For Christie's New York First Maritime Sale of 2008
    Date: 23 Jan 2008 | Views: 4696
    On January 30 2008, Christie’s New York will hold its first Maritime Sale of 2008. The sale boasts an exceptional selection of over 350 maritime lots and offers impressive works by early American maritime artists... More...
    Sotheby's Falls to 16-Month Low on Art-Price Concern
    Date: 23 Jan 2008 | Views: 3140
    Sotheby's, the world's largest publicly traded auction house, fell to a 16-month low in New York on worries that a recession may drag down art prices. More...
    Sotheby's To Offer Three Self Portraits By Andy Warhol at Its Contemporary Art Auction
    Date: 22 Jan 2008 | Views: 11121
    Sotheby’s announced that its forthcoming Evening Auction of Contemporary Art, to be held on Wednesday, February 27th during the company’s first stand-alone week of Winter Contemporary Art sales in London... More...
    Sotheby's 2007 Consolidated Sales up 51% to Approximately $6.2 Billion
    Date: 19 Jan 2008 | Views: 3500
    Sotheby’s auction sales were $5.4 billion, up 44%. Sotheby’s continued to reduce lot volume, selling 42% fewer lots than its competitor. More...
    Christie's International Announces That 2007 Global Art Sales Total $6.3 Billion
    Date: 19 Jan 2008 | Views: 5952
    Christie’s International, the world’s leading art business, today announced 2007 art sales totals of £3.1 billion/$6.3 billion, a 25% increase in £ and 36% increase in $ over 2006 sales. More...

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