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Christie’s Celebrates New York’s Historical Design Gallery and Surveys

Christie’s Celebrates New York’s Historical Design Gallery and Surveys

. November 26, 2009

On December 8 Christie’s celebrates New York’s Historical Design Gallery and surveys the entire modern movement with selected iconic designs spanning the late 19th, 20th and 21st centuries including French ceramics, New York related objects, Scandinavian Design, photographs, American Mid-Century Design and Bauhaus. The auction contains 197 lots, with the majority offered without reserve, and […]

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Modern and Contemporary Photographs Sale at Villa Grisebach

. November 26, 2009

This year’s fall auctions at Villa Grisebach Auktionen in Berlin start off on 26 November 2009 with over 180 lots for sale in Modern and Contemporary photography. After the successful spring sale of photographs of Ludwig Mies van der Rohe’s architecture, Grisebach now presents an additional Vintage print of the architect’s famous model for a […]

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Bonhams Russian Art Sale Features Aivazovsky and Fabergé

Bonhams Russian Art Sale Features Aivazovsky and Fabergé

. November 25, 2009

On 30th November at Bonhams New Bond Street will host the sale of Russian Art, featuring the eminent names of both Aivazovsky and Fabergé. The first painting by Aivazovsky, whose career spanned almost the entire 19th century, is named “The Morning Catch”. It is signed in Cyrillic and dated ‘1870’ (lower right) and further signed […]

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Pure Sixties Pure Bailey At Bonhams

Pure Sixties Pure Bailey At Bonhams

. November 25, 2009

A selling exhibition of David Bailey’s iconic images of the 1960s – the 50th anniversary of a decade that changed our cultural history – will be hosted by Bonhams in New Bond Street The ‘Pure Sixties. Pure Bailey.’ exhibition will be on view at Bonhams, 101 New Bond Street, from 7th March – 7th April, […]

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Museum of Nature & Science Breaks Ground on $185-Million Museum in Dallas

Museum of Nature & Science Breaks Ground on $185-Million Museum in Dallas

. November 25, 2009

After years of planning and gathering donations ranging from a couple of dollars to millions, the Museum of Nature & Science celebrated “the ultimate dig” on Nov. 18 by breaking ground on the $185-million museum to be constructed at Victory Park. Approximately 500 supporters gathered at the construction site – with bulldozers ready to go […]

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