April, 2008

Paul Gauguin Sculpture Up for Auction at Sotheby’s

During his first visit to Tahiti (June 9, 1891 – June 14, 1893) Gauguin fell under the spell of the legendary beauty of Tahitian women. Upon his arrival, he drew a set of impressive portraits charged with nobility. These drawings on paper have a sculptural depth. The faces, like masks, bear a profound mysticism, they […]

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John Sloan’s New York to Open at The Smart Museum of Art

Chicago, IL – The Smart Museum of Art, University of Chicago, presents Seeing The City: Sloan’s New York, on view May 22 – September 14, 2008. John Sloan’s images of New York helped define the city in the popular imagination. In gritty depictions of urban life, Sloan celebrated the metropolis of New York by focusing […]

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Artfest Announced the Addition of 5 Exclusive World-Renowned Russian Artists

Artfest International, Inc. (OTCBB: ARTI – News) announced the addition of 5 new exclusive world-renowned Russian artists to its growing list of artists. Artfest acquired exclusive licensing rights to these new Russian art pieces as part of their goal of bringing top selling world-renowned artists from around the world to the United States of America […]

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Camden Arts Centre in London Presents Tal R: The Sum

LONDON – Camden Arts Centre presents Tal R: The Sum, on view 2 May – 29 June 2008. This new exhibition by Tal R comprises large scale paintings and an installation of over 200 etchings. A self imposed system allows Tal R to challenge the fundamentals of painting using a fixed colour palette and set […]

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