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    Lynda and Stewart Resnick Donate $55 Million to LACMA
    Date: 1 Oct 2008 | Views: 4018
    The Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) announced today it has received a gift of $55 million from Los Angeles-based philanthropists Lynda and Stewart Resnick, including $45 million toward LACMA’s ongoing Transformation... More...
    Christie's to Offer an Exceptional Auction of International Modern and Contemporary Art in Dubai
    Date: 1 Oct 2008 | Views: 3729
    Christie’s, the world’s leading arts business, announce their fifth auction of International Modern and Contemporary Art in Dubai which will take place on 30 October 2008 and which will offer the strongest and most important selection of works to date in the region. More...
    Guangzhou Triennial Is One China Art Festival Too Many: Review
    Date: 1 Oct 2008 | Views: 3359
    "The first thing I want to do when I get to Guangzhou, is leave," said Norman Ford, curator for the Hong Kong pavilion at the 2007 Venice Biennale, after visiting the southern Chinese city's biggest art festival. More...
    Stolen Nude by Pierre-Auguste Renoir Is Recovered in Italy After 33 Years - Three Arrested
    Date: 1 Oct 2008 | Views: 4354
    Italian police informed that a work of art by Pierre-Auguste Renoir that was stolen from a private collector in Milan in 1975, was recovered. More...
    Christie's Announces the Sale of the Yves Saint Laurent and Pierre Bergé Collection
    Date: 30 Sep 2008 | Views: 5764
    Christie's announced the sale of the Yves Saint Laurent and Pierre Bergé Collection, which will take place in Paris on the 23rd, 24th and 25th February 2009 at the Grand Palais, in association with the Pierre Bergé & Associates auction house. More...
    Cubist Masterpiece by Pablo Picasso to be Sold by Sotheby's New York on November 3
    Date: 30 Sep 2008 | Views: 6845
    One of the most important works by Pablo Picasso to appear on the market over the last several years will be offered by Sotheby’s in New York on the evening of November 3, 2008. More...
    Sotheby's Mid-Season Sale of American Paintings, Drawings and Sculpture
    Date: 25 Sep 2008 | Views: 3728
    Sotheby’s mid-season sale of American Paintings, Drawings and Sculpture achieved $4,009,001 today, within its presale estimate of $3.9/5.7 million. More...
    How Winston Churchill saved the National Gallery
    Date: 21 Sep 2008 | Views: 5324
    Churchill's wartime order to protect the nation's art - yet keep it in this country - meant quarries were blasted, roads were rebuilt and secret convoys of vans set off for Britain's most remote and secure outposts. Suzanne Bosman tells a tale of derring-do on the home front More...
    Should Group Sex Be Public Art?
    Date: 21 Sep 2008 | Views: 4780
    A new sculpture in a southern German town square has tourists snapping pictures and politicians arguing about the role of public art. The work shows Angela Merkel naked, along with other politicians, and the artist is unapologetic. He calls the work his "group-sex relief." More...
    Christie's to Present an Extraordinary Lineup of Three Evening Sales in November
    Date: 21 Sep 2008 | Views: 2721
    Christie’s announced its November Evening Sales line-up with a remarkable array of single-owner collections and Impressionist, Modern, Post-War and Contemporary master works. More...
    Christie's Annual Auction of Swiss Art to Offer the Most Important Work by Fischli/Weiss Ever Offered
    Date: 17 Sep 2008 | Views: 2762
    At the annual auction of Swiss Art in Zurich on 1 December 2008, Christie’s will offer the most important work by Swiss artists Peter Fischli and David Weiss ever presented at auction; the installation Der Lauf der... More...
    Hirst May Exit Corner Office as Lehman Mulls Collection's Fate
    Date: 17 Sep 2008 | Views: 3779
    Artworks by Takashi Murakami, Andreas Gursky and Jasper Johns are among the lesser-known assets in Lehman Brothers' meltdown. More...
    Bull Market for Hirst in Sotheby’s 2-Day Sale
    Date: 17 Sep 2008 | Views: 2917
    It was as if Sotheby’s here was a little oasis far removed from the grim news of the financial world. In less than 24 hours, giant tanks of dead sharks, zebras and piglets submerged in formaldehyde; glass cabinets filled with medical supplies, cigarette butts or diamonds; paintings and drawings... More...
    Stolen Dutch paintings recovered
    Date: 16 Sep 2008 | Views: 3108
    Five 17th Century paintings that were stolen from the renowned Frans Hals Museum in the Netherlands in 2002 have been recovered by Dutch police. More...
    Conflict Resolution - The Venice Biennale's Curious Split
    Date: 16 Sep 2008 | Views: 3201
    The star system doesn't cast much light, but some national pavilions shine. More...

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