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    The art of Adolf Hitler (with a little help from the Chapman brothers)
    Date: 29 May 2008 | Views: 3557
    When the artists Jake and Dinos Chapman bought a series of paintings by Adolf Hitler for £115,000, many questioned the morality of paying for works produced by one of history's most brutal dictators. More...
    The New Wave of Russian Collectors
    Date: 29 May 2008 | Views: 4454
    Snobbery towards the art nouveaux riches is absurd. The rich have always bought up art. More...
    Park Chairs Rejected As "Pornographic"
    Date: 29 May 2008 | Views: 4568
    The controversial portrait painter Jonathan Yeo's design for a deck chair for London's parks has been rejected on the grounds that it is too pornographic. More...
    Christie's Leads Asia with Spring Sales of US $310.7 Million
    Date: 29 May 2008 | Views: 3975
    Christie’s, the world leading art business, concluded its Hong Kong Spring 2008 sale series with a combined total of HK$2.4 billion/US$310.7 million - this is the highest total ever achieved in a sales season in Asia and gives Christie’s 58.5% market share in the region. More...
    Sotheby's New York to Hold Sale of Important 20th Century Design on June 14
    Date: 29 May 2008 | Views: 3244
    On June 14, 2008, Sotheby’s New York will hold a sale of Important 20th Century Design, with highlights ranging from an impressive selection of lamps from Tiffany Studios to 21st Century masterworks of Contemporary Design. More...
    Sotheby's to Hold its African and Oceanic Art Sale on June 11 in Paris
    Date: 29 May 2008 | Views: 4351
    On 11 June 2008 Sotheby’s will offer a spectacular ensemble of art from Africa, Oceania and British Columbia, comprising 180 lots with a total estimate of ˆ6-9 million. More...
    Rufino Tamayo's $7.2 Million Trovador Sets New World Auction Record for Latin American Art
    Date: 29 May 2008 | Views: 4718
    Christie’s landmark Latin American Evening Sale realized both a new world auction record for Latin American Art with Rufino Tamayo’s Trovador at $7,209,000, and set the highest total ever for any auction of Latin American Art at $26,632,850. More...
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