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artnet auctions announces artnet DesignTV
The recurring series begins with interviews with Italian artist and designer Gaetano Pesce.
NEW YORK, N.Y.- artnet just launched this week artnet DesignTV, a new series of video interviews of Design-world persons. Shot at the artnet downtown New York City headquarters, the videos feature important figures in the Design and Architecture fields. Included will be industrial designers, interior designers, architects, curators, critics, gallerists, collectors, and other influential Design-world luminaries. The brief interviews will enable each to discuss recent and upcoming projects, their overall approach to their work, and to tell the stories behind the projects which define them.

Organized by artnet Auctions Senior Specialist of Design, Brent Lewis, "artnet DesignTV is an easy and exciting way to hear the stories behind the most influential and important people in the Design field. The response to this project has been overwhelmingly positive and we are excited to continue to expand it to include seminal people from all corners of the Design field."

Each DesignTV interview are posted and archived in artnet magazine, and distributed through the artnet Newsletter vast subscriber list. The recurring series will begin with interviews with Italian artist and designer Gaetano Pesce, American artist and craftsman Wendell Castle, New York–-based Chilean designer Sebastian Errazuriz, renowned interior designers Robert Couturier, Amy Lau, Jeffrey Bilhuber, and Muriel Brandolini, influential architect Francois De Menil, and Pulitzer Prize-winning architecture critic Paul Goldberger.

artnet DesignTV just launched with an exclusive studio visit and interview with Gaetano Pesce, where he discusses his divergent production methods, the formula for true innovation, the genesis for his newly released shoes with Melissa, and the role of the designer’s New York City studio.

Today's News

October 27, 2011

Rijksmuseum installs innovative LED lights that bring out the best of "Night Watch"

Christie's in Hong Kong announces Asian 20th Century and Contemporary art sales

Colorado College geologist's teeth study shows big dinosaurs trekked for food

Serbian police finds two Picasso paintings stolen from a gallery in Switzerland in 2008

National Portrait Gallery in Washington presents "Seeing Gertrude Stein: Five Stories"

Yale Center launches fall season with premiere of Zoffany exhibition that re-evaluates artist

Worcester Art Museum announces appointment of Matthias Waschek as new Director

New Museum presents first New York survey of works by Belgian artist Carsten Höller

Water crisis? Dutch artist Ap Verheggen to make ice in desert with help from refrigeration company

Christie's announces results of Modern and Contemporary Arab, Iranian and Turkish art part I sale

"Niclaus Gerhaert: The Medieval Sculptor" at Liebieghaus Skulpturensammlung

Original 1942 Batman cover art featuring The Penguin expected to bring $300,000+ at HA

Francois Morellet's interest in Kasimir Malevich in new exhibition at Annely Juda Fine Art

"Department of Civil Obedience" by Dan Tague for Prospect.2

artnet auctions announces artnet DesignTV

Malte Hagen Olbertz' State of Affairs at Kit Schulte Contemporary Art in Berlin

Halloween comes to Bonhams in one-off Wunderkammer sale featuring a spooky ivory skull

Nationalmuseum acquires an armchair, table, and candelabra from the Paris exhibition of 1925

Precious volumes from a connoisseur's library to be offered at Sotheby's in Paris

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4.- Special exhibition features large-scale photography by Richard Mosse & Edward Burtynsky

5.- Nobel panel gives up knockin' on Dylan's door

6.- An unprecedented, international-loan exhibition of works by Claude Monet is at the Kimbell Art Museum this fall

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8.- Yoko Ono unveils her first permanent US art installation

9.- ArtReview's annual Power 100 names Hans Ulrich Obrist as the artworld's most powerful figure

10.- British artist David Hockney makes a splash at Frankfurt fair with 2,000-euro book

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