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2014/07/21 21:26
2014/07/21 21:26
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David, Grace, Sean, and Lauren Carpenter, at the Plaza. Fine stringed instruments, Sean says, should be “just as valuable as Rothkos.”Credit Photograph by Tina Barney. One morning in February,...
2014/07/21 21:26
2014/07/21 21:26
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2014/07/18 14:10
2014/07/18 14:10
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A team from the London east-west line last week descended on Art Dubai, where more than 400 museums and foundation visitors gather alongside the region’s wealthy collectors at the Middle East’s...
2014/07/15 20:07
2014/07/15 20:07
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In the trendy midtown-Manhattan office building where his company is based, Moti Shniberg shuffles awkwardly through the lobby to a quiet corner table. A boyish 41-year-old with red hair and a soft...
2014/07/14 12:44
2014/07/14 12:44
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By Elis Kiss Henry Moore�s hand speaks of the sculptor in a 1963 photograph, while a double-take portrait of Francis Bacon from 1979 comes as a reflection of the painter�s own fragmented oeuvre. The...
2014/07/14 08:08
2014/07/14 08:08
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Works by well-known artists such as Damien Hirst, Martin Creed and Gary Hume are to be displayed along a new sculpture walk. The route, called The Line, will link the O2 Arena with the Queen...
2014/07/11 11:13
2014/07/11 11:13
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Nine pieces have been chosen from more than 70 submissions for the inaugural year of The Line, an ambitious project backed by the Evening Standard. It is designed to introduce visitors to world-class...
2014/07/08 22:04
2014/07/08 22:04
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Weeks after Michael Jackson's virtual performance at the Billboard Music Awards, another surreal - and controversial - avatar of the King of Pop will embark on a world tour of sorts. On June 27, Jeff...
2014/07/03 12:13
2014/07/03 12:13
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News broke this week that Sotheby’s was suing Kwok for non-payment, surprising after such confidence. The bill was £2,947,000 — also for the Cy Twombly she bought that day — plus interest. A writ had...
2014/07/03 07:08
2014/07/03 07:08
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Figurative works, and landscapes to a lesser extent, were in demand at Sotheby’s on 30 June. Francis Bacon’s small triptych of his lover George Dyer was the most expensive work of the sale, which...
2014/06/27 10:06
2014/06/27 10:06
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As Art Basel in Switzerland wound down last week, an international caravan of collectors descended upon a small island in Greece for what has become the art world’s annual tradition of mixing business...
Read more at Bloomberg, Kathimerini
2014/06/25 23:26
2014/06/25 23:26
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On Tuesday, Edythe and Eli Broad caught the early-bird special at the Whitney Museum in New York. They arrived shortly after the doors opened at 6 p.m. to the epic 35-year retrospective of Jeff...
2014/06/25 18:21
2014/06/25 18:21
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World's most expensive living artist Jeff Koons takes over New York museum with his life's work 'worth close to $1billion' including a Michael Jackson sculpture and print of his porn star...
2014/06/24 01:46
2014/06/24 01:46
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Sitting pretty on his collector's chair: Ken Neale in his living room with his 1950s Featherston Wing Back. Photo: Dallas Kilponen Yves Saint Laurent’s Fauteuil aux Dragons chair set a world record...
2014/06/23 17:19
2014/06/23 17:19
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As the art industry is reshaped by the internet, fairs and tighter rules for collectors, are Melbourne's commercial galleries becoming an endangered species? Lucinda Schmidt reports. When Andy Dinan...
2014/06/20 11:06
2014/06/20 11:06
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The main thing that’s driving the growth of the art market is the demand for a good investment for the very rich, art adviser Todd Levin said. “It’s about the need of high-net worth investors to park...
Read more at Bloomberg, Swissinfo
2014/06/20 07:08
2014/06/20 07:08
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Despite the secrecy, by the time the likes of artists George Condo, Mickalene Thomas, Rashid Johnston, Andres Serrano and Lawrence Weiner; film director Jim Jarmusch; art historian Diana Widmaier...
2014/06/20 07:08
2014/06/20 07:08
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John Isaacs’s Ngorongoro, 2013, quotes Duchamp’s famous Fountain, 1917—a urinal turned on its side, placed on a pedestal, signed by the fictional R. Mutt and submitted (unsuccessfully) for exhibition...
2014/07/21 21:26
2014/07/21 21:26
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