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Artbrussels Art Fair 2008

. March 25, 2008

Artbruseels is one of the most important art fairs in Europe. The fair takes place in the Brussels Expo complex at the Heysel in Brussels, in the shadow of the Atomium. The fair lasts for five days, up to and including the 21st of April. One hundred and eighty galleries from twenty-three countries are participating […]

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Impressionist Art – New York Central Park Paintings from Adan Lerma : Art Beyond the Bubble

. March 25, 2008

Central Park, synonymous with New York. Adan’s impressionist paintings come both from, photo images of his friends and son visiting the park, and from direct visits of his own. From spring time to a record cold winter period in March of last year, each image blends the park’s beautiful co-existence with the buildings surrounding it. […]

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The Elms Lesters Painting Rooms To Present The Adam and Ron Show

. March 24, 2008

LONDON – The Elms Lesters Painting Rooms will present The Adam and Ron Show, on view May 2-31, 2008. When Adam Neate was still an unknown artist leaving his painted cardboard works out on the street, he wrote to Ron English in New York to say how much he admired his work. For the first […]

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New Classic Nude Art Competition Sponsored By The Christiania Arts Foundation

. March 23, 2008

NEW YORK, NY – Kevin Richards, President & CEO of Christiania Spirits, announced today the launch of the NEW CLASSIC NUDE 2e. Art Competition, the second installment in a series of art competitions sponsored by the Christiania Art Foundation (CAF). As a brand, Christiania Vodka is committed to the world of art, and CAF was […]

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Arts of Pacific Asia Returns to Spring Asia Week

. March 22, 2008

Arts of Pacific Asia New York 2008 at the 69th Regiment Armory, Lexington Ave. at 26th St., is once again a major fixture of Spring Asia Week, with an opening preview Thursday evening March 20th and regular show days, Friday, March 21 through Monday, March 24th. In 2008, Arts of Pacific Asia has been reduced […]

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