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    Jeff Koons’s $25 million sculpture for Lacma
    Date: 2 Mar 2009 | Views: 3277
    Jeff Koons is working on the largest and most ambitious project of his career: a towering sculpture consisting of a life-size motorised replica of a locomotive dangling from a crane. The Los Angeles County Museum of Art (Lacma) is funding... More...
    Sotheby's To Offer a Newly Discovered Painting by Johann Zoffany in its Gianni Versace Sale
    Date: 2 Mar 2009 | Views: 3853
    Sotheby’s London announced the recent discovery of a rare and important oil painting by Johann Zoffany among the exquisite collection of furniture and Works of Art from Gianni Versace’s Lake Como Villa... More...
    Chinese Bidder at Christie's YSL Auction Refuses to Pay for Controversial Works of Art
    Date: 2 Mar 2009 | Views: 3019
    A Chinese art expert revealed today that he offered the highest bid for the bronze heads at the Yves Saint Laurent auction last week and said that he will not pay for them and that he bid on them “in the name of the Chinese people”. More...
    Christie’s YSL Auction Raises $477 Million as Qing Bronzes Sell
    Date: 1 Mar 2009 | Views: 3199
    The biggest auction ever held in Europe ended last night with Yves Saint Laurent’s two Qing bronzes as the star lots, after objections from the Chinese government and a legal challenge failed to halt their sale. More...
    After the Inferno
    Date: 28 Feb 2009 | Views: 3031
    An Urbanist's polemic against the excesses of the decades-long transformation of China's ancient capital. More...
    Chance to own a Francis Bacon (from his tufted period)
    Date: 25 Feb 2009 | Views: 3062
    Roman Abramovich spent £43 million on one. Tate Britain has one hanging on its wall. Now it is possible to buy an original Francis Bacon for as little as a thousandth of the price of his most impressive works. More...
    Cracking The "Beautyy Code" (It's All Science And Math)
    Date: 22 Feb 2009 | Views: 3208
    MFA exhibit showcases a collector who says he has unlocked a secret of design - using math More...
    An Enticing Selection of Indian and Southeast Asian Works of Art at Christie's in March
    Date: 22 Feb 2009 | Views: 3218
    On March 20, concluding Asian Art Week, Christie's will offer a single owner collection, Highlights from the Star Collection: From India to Indonesia followed by Indian and Southeast Asian Art. More...
    Sotheby's Opens An Office in Turkey And appoints Oya Delahaye as Head
    Date: 14 Feb 2009 | Views: 6131
    Today at a press conference at The Marmara Esma Sultan in Istanbul, Turkey, Henry Wyndham, Chairman Sotheby’s Europe, announced that the company has opened an office in Istanbul and appointed Oya Delahaye as Head of the office to direct the company’s operations in the region. More...
    Sotheby's Consolidated Sales for 2008 Were $5.3 Billion
    Date: 14 Feb 2009 | Views: 3086
    Consolidated sales for Sotheby’s for 2008 were $5.3 billion. Auction sales were $4.9 billion. More...
    Christie's 2008 Global Art Sales Total $5.1 Billion
    Date: 14 Feb 2009 | Views: 5183
    Christie’s International, the world’s leading art business, today announced 2008 art sales totals of Ł2.8 billion/$5.1 billion. More...
    Sotheby's Spring Sale of Indian & Southeast Asian Art to be Held March 18, 2009
    Date: 6 Feb 2009 | Views: 3263
    Sotheby’s auction of Indian and Southeast Asian Art will be held on March 18th, 2009, during the Spring Asia Week sales. More...
    Sotheby's February 2009 Contemporary Art Evening Sale Achieves $25,785,250
    Date: 6 Feb 2009 | Views: 3267
    Tonight’s Contemporary Art Evening Sale at Sotheby’s London saw 25 of the 27 works offered sell, realising a total of Ł17,879,250 ($25,785,250) within the estimate of Ł16.5-23.1 million. More...
    Degas Sculpture Makes Record in First Art-Market Test of 2009
    Date: 6 Feb 2009 | Views: 3212
    A Degas sculpture last night fetched a record 13.3 million pounds ($19.2 million), while other high- value works were rejected, at the first international auction- house test of the art market in 2009. More...
    Claude Monet's Dans la Prairie Sells for $16,164,918 at Christie's Auction of Impressionist and Modern Art
    Date: 5 Feb 2009 | Views: 2559
    The Impressionist and Modern Art Evening Sale took place at Christie’s this evening and realized $91,210,543. The top price of the evening was paid for Claude Monet’s Dans la Prairie, 1876, which... More...
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