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Australian Fundraising Fine Art Auction

. December 4, 2009

On Sunday 6 December at 4pm, Bonhams & Goodman will be hosting the To Life 2009 Fine Art auction to raise much needed funds for the Jewish Holocaust Museum and Research Centre in Elsternwick, Victoria. Artists, collectors and dealers have generously donated over 60 artworks to be sold at auction with all proceeds going towards […]

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Bonhams Takes £1.9 Million at Russian Art Sale

Bonhams Takes £1.9 Million at Russian Art Sale

. December 4, 2009

Russian art continues to go from strength to strength as Bonhams Russian Art sale fetches an impressive £1.9 million. The eminent names on sale included Aivazovsky and Fabergé. The top lot by Aivazovsky, whose career spanned almost the entire 19th century, named “The Morning Catch”, reached an outstanding £378,400 from an estimate of £150,000 to […]

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The 38th Hong Kong Arts Festival 2010

. December 4, 2009

As a major cultural highlight in Asia, the Hong Kong Arts Festival gathers leading international, regional, national and local talent in over 140 performances and related performing arts events every February and March. The 38th Hong Kong Arts Festival, which opens in February 2010, features nearly 1,300 performers and supporting staff, and with almost 100,000 […]

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Las Vegas CityCenter Features Unparalleled Fine Art Collection

Las Vegas CityCenter Features Unparalleled Fine Art Collection

. December 3, 2009

CityCenter presents the first major permanent collection of art in Las Vegas to be integrated into a public space, and one of the world’s largest and most ambitious corporate art collections in existence today. The CityCenter Fine Art Collection features works by acclaimed artists, sculptors and visionaries including Maya Lin, Jenny Holzer, Nancy Rubins, Claes […]

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Exhibition of Works by American Photographer Peter Sekaer at The High Museum of Art

Exhibition of Works by American Photographer Peter Sekaer at The High Museum of Art

. December 3, 2009

The High Museum of Art will hold the first major exhibition dedicated to the work of the Danish-born American photographer Peter Sekaer in June 2010. Consisting of approximately 75 vintage gelatin silver prints, several of which have never been on public view, the works in this exhibition span the years 1935 through 1945, and represent […]

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