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Van Ham to Sell Works by Established Photographers

Van Ham to Sell Works by Established Photographers

. December 3, 2009

On the occasion of the anniversary sale, VAN HAM Cologne presents numerous works of established photographers such as Werner Mantz, Albert Renger-Patzsch and August Sander as well as interesting contemporary photo art, such as Beate Gütschow with a fascinating nature depiction, Petra Wunderlich with an urban motif and furthermore Gudrun Kemsa and Thomas Struth. Albert […]

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Grolsch and New Art Dealers Alliance (NADA) Select Olaf Breuning as Artist for the 2009 Grolsch SwingArt Program

. December 2, 2009

Grolsch and the New Art Dealers Alliance (NADA) today revealed that contemporary artist Olaf Breuning is the winner of the Grolsch SwingArt Program 2009. Grolsch is now in its fourth year of supporting the most important contemporary art fair week in Miami Beach, Dec. 3-6, 2009, and will unveil Breuning’s limited-edition bottle design at NADA […]

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Museum of Anthropology in Vancouver Introduces New Brand

Museum of Anthropology in Vancouver Introduces New Brand

. December 2, 2009

On January 23, 24, and the evening of January 26, 2010, Museum of Anthropology in Vancouver BC (MOA) will celebrate the completion of its multi-year, multi-million dollar Renewal Project with a free public extravaganza of music, dance, multimedia performances, and the opening of a major new exhibition of contemporary work by twelve international artists, “Border […]

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Mesmerizing Large-Scale Sculpture by David Altmejd Aquired by Dallas Museum of Art

Mesmerizing Large-Scale Sculpture by David Altmejd Aquired by Dallas Museum of Art

. December 2, 2009

The Dallas Museum of Art announced the acquisition of a major large-scale sculpture, The Eye, by the celebrated Canadian artist David Altmejd. Among the artist’s most ambitious works to date. David Altmejd, “The Eye”, 2008 The Eye measures approximately 11 by 18 feet and is an imposing and mesmerizing structure of mirrored glass and wooden […]

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The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Awards the Frick a $1 Million Challenge Grant to Support an Endowed Conservation Post

The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Awards the Frick a $1 Million Challenge Grant to Support an Endowed Conservation Post

. December 2, 2009

The Frick Collection is pleased to announce that it has been awarded a Joseph Godla, Chief Conservator of The Frick Collection $1 million challenge grant by The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. When matched over the next four years with $3 million in contributions from other sources, the grant will create a $4 million endowment for […]

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