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6 MARCH 2016

In March, Museums Promote Women Artists Through Social Media Campaign

In March, Museums Promote Women Artists Through Social Media Campaign By Rain Embuscad Mickalene Thomas, A-E-I-O-U and Sometimes Y, 2009 Gift of Deborah Carstens; © 2009 Mickalene Thomas Courtesy of the artist and Lehmann Maupin; National Museum of Women in the Arts Think of an artist off the top of your head. If a man […]

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6 MARCH 2016

Jackson Pollock Made ‘Ties’ and ‘Wallpaper’

Jackson Pollock Made ‘Ties’ and ‘Wallpaper’ Jackson Pollock: A Collection Survey, 1934–1954 By Blake Gopnik THE DAILY PIC (#1494): “It would make a most enchanting printed silk,” said Sir Leigh Ashton, director of the Victoria and Albert Museum. Theodore Greene, Professor of Philosophy at Yale, said it reminded him of “a pleasant design for a […]

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6 MARCH 2016

Philippe Parreno to undertake the Hyundai Commission for 2016

Philippe Parreno to undertake the Hyundai Commission for 2016 Tate Modern and Hyundai Motor today announced that Philippe Parreno will undertake this year’s Hyundai Commission for the Turbine Hall, opening on 4 October 2016. This will be the second in the new series of annual site-specific commissions by renowned international artists. Philippe Parreno is a […]

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6 MARCH 2016

The European Fine Art Fair TEFAF And Globalization

The European Fine Art Fair TEFAF And Globalization By Miguel Bermudez TEFAF constitutes the most spectacular gathering of art on offer in the world. It takes place every year during the month of March at Maastricht in the Netherlands. The quality and uniqueness of what is exhibited is a feast to the eye for anyone […]

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4 FEBRUARY 2016

David Bowie remembered

David Bowie remembered Pop Culture & Collectibles. christies In its 250-year history, Christie’s has built its reputation on dealing in the works of great artists. David Bowie, who passed away yesterday aged 69, is undoubtedly one of them From his own paintings, hand-written lyrics and stage costumes to iconic photographic portraits and live shots in […]

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2 FEBRUARY 2016

‘Pregnant Girl’ by Lucian Freud

One of Lucian Freud’s most famous paintings, ‘Pregnant Girl’, is to be sold at auction for the first time The remarkable painting, Pregnant Girl, one of Freud’s most famous from the period, is to be sold at auction for the first time, set to fetch up to £10 million at Sotheby’s more than half a […]

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2 FEBRUARY 2016

“WOMEN: New Portraits” -Photographs by Annie Leibovitz

“WOMEN: New Portraits” A Global Tour of New Photographs by Annie Leibovitz Launches in London “WOMEN: New Portraits” an exhibition of newly commissioned photographs by renowned photographer Annie Leibovitz will open to the public on Saturday 16 January 2016 at Wapping Hydraulic Power Station. Following London, the exhibition will travel to Tokyo, San Francisco, Singapore, […]

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8 JANUARY 2016

Picasso Mural in Norway Among Europe’s Most Threatened Heritage Sites

Picasso Mural in Norway Among Europe’s Most Threatened Heritage Sites The European heritage organization Europa Nostra has released a shortlist of the most endangered heritage sites in Europe, and one of most significant and surprising ones is a 1969 government building in Oslo decorated with a mural by Pablo Picasso, which has been earmarked to […]

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