Paralyzed By Art
Date: 1 Mar 2008 | Views: 4512
Teddy Greenspan is a longtime art collector who does not suffer doubt. He is a bond salesman at Libertas Partners, in Greenwich, Connecticut, and he and his wife, Emily, recently created an art consulting company in Bedford, New York, called tag-arts. More...
Francis Bacon's Study of Nude with Figure in a Mirror Sells For $39.7 Million at Sotheby's
Date: 28 Feb 2008 | Views: 8701
Sotheby’s Evening Sale of Contemporary Art tonight achieved £95,030,000 ($189,424,299), the highest total ever for any sale of Contemporary Art held in Europe, against a pre-sale estimate of £72,025,000-£102,855,000. Records were set for six artists. More...
Fisk chief says fiscal woes are near end
Date: 22 Feb 2008 | Views: 3355
Fisk University President Hazel O'Leary told a judge Wednesday that the school is ready and able to fund renovations to its Carl Van Vechten Gallery, which has housed the school's Alfred Stieglitz Collection of modern art. More...
Sotheby's To Hold Second London Sale of Rusian Contemporary Art
Date: 17 Feb 2008 | Views: 4312
Following Sotheby’s hugely successful pioneering London sale of Russian Contemporary Art in February, 2007 – the Company’s best-ever year for sales of Russian Art – on Wednesday, March 12, 2008 Sotheby’s will hold its second ever sale in this category in London. More...
Missing Basquiat art reappears in NYC
Date: 15 Feb 2008 | Views: 3519
NEW YORK - An $8 million painting by Jean-Michel Basquiat has been located in a Manhattan warehouse after apparently being smuggled out of Brazil, federal prosecutors said. More...
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