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BGC Explores Shaker Design Influence

. March 12, 2008

From March 13 to June 15, The Bard Graduate Center for Studies in the Decorative Arts, Design, and Culture in New York City, is presenting “Out of This World: Shaker Design Past, Present, and Future,” an exploration of 200 years of Shaker design and spirituality. In addition – and for the first time in a […]

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NY Art Company Supports Emerging Artists, Charity

. March 11, 2008

NEW YORK – nAscent Art New York today announced its first 2008 offering of fine art, a Tribeca event and auction slated for March 26 and 27. With the work of over 40 fine artists on offer, the event will include paintings, sculpture, mixed media, and photography, with 20% of profits going to charity. Jennifer […]

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Chicago Marriott Downtown Magnificent Mile Offering Art Institute of Chicago Special Exhibit Package

. March 8, 2008

CHICAGO, IL, March 07, 2008 – With a growing number of travelers taking some type of educational vacation this year, the Chicago Marriott Downtown Magnificent Mile is offering a Chicago hotel package in conjunction with the acclaimed Art Institute of Chicago. Guests have the opportunity to discover two famous artists in two breathtaking exhibitions on […]

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8th Wonder of the World Found in Leeds

. March 7, 2008

Bonhams are proud to announce it has teamed up with the David Lloyd Gallery and are exhibiting works by the Micro-Sculptured Artist, Willard Wigan MBE in their Leeds Offices from Thursday 6 – Friday 14 March 2008. Please call 0113 234 5755 for more information (opening times Monday – Friday 8.30am – 5.00pm). This follows […]

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HEIRS OF CURT GLASER REACT TO DECISION OF THE BASEL CITY COUNSEL DENYING THE RETURN NAZI LOOTED ARTWORKS

. March 6, 2008

The heirs of Curt Glaser reacted today to a decision by the Basel City Counsel not to return artworks sold in a May, 1933 auction by Curt Glaser after he was forced out of his position as Director of the Berlin State Art Library by the Nazis because he was Jewish. The decision follows a […]

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