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02/21/2019. Every auction hosted by Palm Beach Modern is an event to remember, from its complimentary catered buffets and valet parking to the comfortable, friendly environment in which outstanding modern art and design are showcased. Over the weekend of Februar...
09/02/2019. Las Vegans interested in art have ambitions to bring to an art museum which could go head-to-head with many major museums around the United States to Sin City. If they succeed in achieving their goal, Las Vegas will join Fort Worth, Omaha, Des Moines...
10/17/2019. Sally Soames, an intrepid British photojournalist who prided herself on establishing a personal connection with the politicians, actors, writers, artists and others she photographed, died on Oct. 5 at her home in London. She was 82. Her son, Trevo...
10/24/2019. Autumn is in the air, and for fine and decorative-arts aficionados, the season signals a special appearance of eye-dazzling treasures as the Art and Antique Dealers League of America Fine Art & Antiques Show opens its doors for a five-day run startin...
10/27/2019. If you’ve ever felt you lack the education to understand art representing histories, people and symbols from a culture outside your own, artist Meleko Mokgosi isn’t going to let you off easy. With six solo shows in four states this seaso...
10/27/2019. On a forlorn stretch of the Seine near the Gare de Lyon station sits a small, dreary, government-owned red brick building that houses one of the most vibrant artistic communities here. Since early October, L’Atelier des Artistes en Exil has u...
10/29/2019. One of the plainest, yet also most poignant items at the Chrysler Museum of Art’s exhibition highlighting Thomas Jefferson as an architect is a worn, reddish-brown brick with a handprint. The handprint very likely belonged to one of the many ...
11/02/2019. When The European Fine Art Fair arrived in New York and set up in Park Avenue Armory four years ago, it was enough to be exactly what it was: a fair that boasted European old master paintings and antiquities, and catered to museum curators and high-e...
11/03/2019. Sotheby’s unveiled highlights from their Evening Sale of Impressionist & Modern Art on 12 November in New York. Distinguished by a diverse range of works on offer from private collections and...
11/06/2019. President William Henry Harrison died in 1841 after just 31 days in the White House. But the sword he carried at the Battle of Tippecanoe is caught up in one last war. The sword and its scabbard were seized by police in Connecticut last month just...
11/06/2019. Pat Martin has won the Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize 2019 for two works from his portrait series of his late mother, Goldie (Mother). The ú15,000 award was presented to the Los Angeles-based photographer at an awards ceremony at the <a ...
11/09/2019. The Sound Art? exhibition delves into the questions posed almost twenty years ago by the percussionist and sound installation pioneer Max Neuhaus (1939-2009) in his eponymous article: Do all artistic practices involving the sound element constitute a...
11/10/2019. The Eiffel Tower or the Great Mosque of Mecca; the new iPhone or the latest Harry Potter book; Di Fara Pizza or that bakery that made Cronuts happen a few years back. For some experiences you just have to wait — and the exhibitions of Yayoi Kusa...
11/10/2019. One of the rarest Beatles posters ever to come to auction and one of the finest Grateful Dead posters ever made will compete for the brightest spotlight at Heritage Auctions' Entertainment Auction Nov. ...
11/16/2019. If French Israeli telecommunications entrepreneur Patrick Drahi, who bought Sotheby’s in June in a deal worth $3.7 billion, needed proof that auctions are unlike any other business, he got a clear introduction to that reality during this week...
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