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L.A.’s New Contemporary Art Museum, The Broad, To...
The Broad, the new contemporary art museum under construction on Grand Avenue in downtown L.A., is set to open next fall with free general admission, offering local residents and visitors from around...
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Warhol, de Kooning highlight New York art auction
NEW YORK (AP) - Extremely rare portraits by Andy Warhol of Hollywood superstars Elvis Presley and Marlon Brando were among the highlights at a record-breaking auction of postwar and contemporary art...
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Minneapolis curator to head Palm Springs Art Muse...
Elizabeth Armstrong, founding curator of the contemporary art department at theMinneapolis Institute of Arts (MIA), will become executive director of thePalm Springs Art Museumin January 2015. A...
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Palm Springs Art Museum
Christie's And Sotheby's Sold More Than $1.78B-Wo...
The two pieces by Andy Warhol, offered by Christies, sold above their estimates - photo: AP Photo/Matt Dunham, File While Wall Streeters and hedge funders are freaking out about multi-year lows in...
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What it looks like when the .001 percent fights o...
The bidding for Andy Warhol’s “Triple Elvis (Ferus Type)” began at a staggering $48 million. Packed into Christie’s New York, the library-quiet, 750-person crowd looked dapper as the British-accented...
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Christie's smashes record with $852.9M sale
Published: November 13, 2014 - 8:53 am (Bloomberg) -- Christie's sold a record $852.9 million of postwar and contemporary art in a New York auction that set 11 all-time-high prices for artists...
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This 7-Year-Old's Paintings Have Sold for $50,000
Stand before any abstract painting—try a Jackson Pollock or a
— and it’s inevitable someone will say: My child could have done that. For many, the dripping splatters or scribbles seem...
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Filthy and Respectable!
When interviewing the proudly self-defined "Pope of Trash (or Filth)" John Waters, it helps to prepare oneself for: 1) a brief encounter, and 2) being his straight man for 15 minutes. Every question...
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