Sotheby's Second London Sale of Russian Contemporary Art Realizes $8.2M
Date: 14 Mar 2008 | Views: 2630
Sotheby’s second-ever London sale dedicated to Russian Contemporary Art, today realised £4,101,275 ($8,257,917), a sum which was more than £200,000 over the high estimate (estimate: £2.6-3.8 million) and represents the highest ever total for a various owners sale of Russian Contemporary Art. More...
Vancouver Art Gallery gets $50-million boost
Date: 9 Mar 2008 | Views: 2322
The Vancouver Art Gallery's director is hoping to accelerate fundraising for a new facility thanks to a $50-million provincial contribution, announced yesterday by Premier Gordon Campbell. More...
A Decrepit House For $25 Million? (But It's Art)
Date: 8 Mar 2008 | Views: 3408
In one of the most remarkable architectural photographs ever made, the 1946 Kaufmann Desert House, all horizontal planes and thin supports, glows against a backdrop of mountains at twilight. More...
Maastricht Fair Offers $1 Billion of Artworks to Collectors
Date: 7 Mar 2008 | Views: 2548
The world's largest art and antiques fair, beginning this week in the Dutch city of Maastricht, puts $1 billion worth of paintings and other works up for sale in the year's first test of demand from buyers outside the auction rooms. More...
Paralyzed By Art
Date: 1 Mar 2008 | Views: 4593
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...
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