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  • 14/06/2011 | Arts and Media

    Art market buzzes ahead of Basel, London sales

    Billions of dollars of art will be on show in Basel at the annual fair this week and in London ahead of a big series of sales, with experts cautiously optimistic that buyers are set to snap up rare treasures.

  • 21/07/2011 | Arts and Media

    British painter Lucian Freud dies aged 88

    British figurative painter Lucian Freud, whose uncompromising portraits made him one of the world's most revered and coveted artists, has died aged 88.

  • 02/09/2011 | Argentina

    CFK meets with CAME on Industry Day

    President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner received the heads of the Argentine Confederation for Medium-sized Businesses (CAME) at the Presidencial Residence in Olivos in the mark of Industry Day.

  • 09/09/2011 | Arts and Media

    From Picasso to Elvis, Chinese buy up Western culture

    The art world shook last February when a report by The European Fine Art Foundation (TEFAF) revealed that China had overtaken the United Kingdom to become the world's second largest art market.

  • 14/10/2011 | World

    Richter, Gormley records fall at Christie's art sale

    German artist Gerhard Richter may have called the prices his works fetch "daft" this month, but that did nothing to dampen collectors' enthusiasm at a Christie's auction in Londo

  • 09/11/2011 | Arts and Media

    US heiress brings art to Middle America

    The heiress daughter of Wal-Mart founder Sam Walton is bringing art to Middle America when she opens a new museum this week featuring an immense collection of American art.

  • 10/03/2012 | Arts and Media

    French comic-book artist "Moebius" dies

    French comic-book artist Jean Giraud, alias "Moebius", best known in France for his gritty Wild West character "Blueberry", has died at the age of 73 after a battle with cancer, his publisher said today.

  • 17/03/2012 | World

    German court orders restitution of Nazi looted art

    The German Historical Museum in Berlin must return a collection of thousands of rare, handcrafted posters seized more than 70 years ago by the Nazis to the son of the original owner, Germany's federal court said.

  • 25/05/2012 | World

    Berlin red light district turns into art hub

    A shabby area of Berlin best known for its curb-crawling prostitutes and drug dealers is recovering some of the Bohemian allure of its glory days in the 1920s as low rents and its central location lure art galleries.

  • 12/06/2012 | World

    Christie's puts $500 million art bonanza on display

    Christie's will showcase highlights of its summer season in London with a public exhibition of some of the most valuable lots from an art auction series expected to raise more than 300 million pounds ($470 million).

  • 30/06/2012 | Arts and Media

    Stolen Dali painting mailed back to NY gallery

    A Salvador Dali painting stolen last week from a New York City gallery was mailed back in pristine condition, police said yesterday.

  • 05/07/2012 | Arts and Media

    Authors say find 100 new Caravaggio works in Italy

    Italian art experts say they have discovered about 100 previously unknown sketches and paintings by Caravaggio, the Italian baroque painter whose realistic and dramatic canvases set a new standard for Western art.

  • 11/07/2012 | Arts and Media

    No getting lost at Smithsonian with app

    With nearly 20 museums, galleries and the National Zoo, the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, DC can be a daunting experience, but new maps on an app may make it less confusing and easier for visitors to maneuver.

  • 16/07/2012 | World

    London gallery opens space dedicated to live art

    London's Tate Modern gallery has unveiled its first dedicated space to live art and installations as part of plans to explore new areas of visual culture like video, photography and performance art.

  • 13/09/2012 | Arts and Media

    Eric Clapton to sell painting worth up to $19 million

    Should Eric Clapton ever decide to hang up the guitar, he might try his hand at art dealing.

  • 20/09/2012 | Arts and Media

    Basquiat poised to set record at New York art auction

    An early work by Jean-Michel Basquiat could set an artist's record in November when it is expected to sell for some US$20 million, auction house Christie's said.

  • 02/10/2012 | Argentina

    Senate preliminary approves ART bill reform

    The Upper House of Congress preliminary approved the reform of the ART risk insurance law, with 41 votes in favour and 19 against. Meanwhile, the "femicide" sentences bill was unanimously approved, passed back to the Lower House.

  • 09/10/2012 | Argentina

    Lower House clears ART bill reform for debate

    The Workers Legislation, Budget and General Legislation committees of the Lower House of Congress cleared the workers risk insurance (ART) law reform for debate and will be at the floor on October 24. The bill has already been preliminary approved by the Senate.

  • 17/10/2012 | World

    Woman tops ArtReview 'power 100' list for first time

    A US-born Italian-Bulgarian curator little known outside the art world has topped ArtReview magazine's annual Power 100 list, the first female to do so in its 11-year history

  • 24/10/2012 | Argentina

    Lower House approves ART law reform

    The Lower House of Congress approved the reform of the ART risk insurance law with 139 votes in favour and 82 against. The bill had been preliminary approved by the Senate on October 3.

  • 26/10/2012 | Argentina

    De Mendiguren praises ART law, says its an end to 'lawsuit industry'

    The head of the Argentine Industrial Union (UIA), José Ignacio de Mendiguren assured that the recently passed of the workplace insurance companies (ART) law helps end the lawsuit industry and provides additional security for small and medium-sized businesses.

  • 16/11/2012 | World

    Surrealist, Mexican works poised to lead NY Latin American art auctions

    A rare, life-size, anonymous portrait of Aztec emperor Moctezuma II and a ground-breaking surrealist painting by Chilean artist Roberto Matta are among the top lots in Latin American art auctions next week in New York.

  • 20/11/2012 | World

    Latin American art sale breaks record in New York

    A rare, life-size, anonymous portrait of Aztec emperor Moctezuma II and a ground-breaking surrealist painting by Chilean artist Roberto Matta were among the top-selling works at a Latin American art auction at Sotheby's.

  • 03/12/2012 | Arts and Media

    Critics' darling Price scoops UK's Turner art prize

    British video artist Elizabeth Price won the coveted Turner Prize for contemporary art today, delighting critics who had championed her film about a fatal fire in Manchester in 1979, describing it variously as "terrifying" and "exhilarating."

  • 04/12/2012 | World

    Dallas art museum returns stolen mosaic to Turkish officials

    The Dallas Museum of Art has returned an ancient piece of artwork to Turkish officials after learning that the piece was likely looted from an archeological site.

  • 06/12/2012 | World

    Art fair showcases growing cultural scene in Miami

    One of the largest contemporary art fairs in the world kicked off, with the 11th annual Art Basel Miami Beach drawing celebrities, art-gawkers and some of the world's top galleries

  • 05/01/2013 | World

    Vienna Jewish museum may hold art stolen by Nazis

    Vienna's Jewish Museum holds hundreds of books and works of art that may have been stolen by Nazis, a newspaper reported today.

  • 09/06/2013 | World

    Outdoing diplomacy, a week of Argentine art and poetry

    By Andrew Graham-Yooll.- An Argentine week of sorts that brought galleries and artists together at London’s Earls Court exhibition centre and a day of serious scrutiny of Argentine poetry came to an end on Friday last.

  • 03/06/2014 | Latin America

    Venezuelan protesters give artistic twist to tear gas canisters

    Tear gas canisters fired by the thousands on the streets of Caracas are being transformed into sculptures in a competition seeking to give an artistic twist to this year's anti-government unrest in Venezuela.

  • 27/08/2014 | Arts and Media

    Book allows blind people to admire Picasso paintings

    A book that reproduces Picasso’s painting with a special fabric that releases different aromas when touched seeks to make the Spanish painter’s work available to the visually impared.


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