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Agora Gallery Collective Exhibition

. February 3, 2008 . 0 Comments

The Agora Gallery ( 530 West 25th Street , Chelsea , New York , NY, 10001) presents a collective exhibition, scheduled to run from February 5th through February 26th. The collection will feature a captivating selection of innovative and talented emerging and mid career artists from around the world. The Allegory of Form – Featured […]

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Dreamtime Art from Down Under beckons US Collectors

. February 1, 2008 . 0 Comments

La Jolla CA – January 9, 2008 – Molloy Gallery of La Jolla announced today that it will be holding the first major US exhibition of works by renowned Australian Aboriginal artist, Kudditji Kngwarreye (pronounced “koo-ba-gee noo-war-uh”). A satellite exhibition of LA art week, the show will be held January 25-27 in the Marquee Ballroom […]

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PawCasso auction to raise money for art and animals

. January 31, 2008 . 0 Comments

The Columbia Art League is teaming up with the Central Missouri Humane Society for a silent live auction to benefit Columbia art and animals. “PawCasso: An Evening for Art and Animals” will be held at 6:30 p.m. Thursday at the Windsor Ballroom in the Holiday Inn Executive Center. Cost is $50 at the door. Bidding […]

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Artprice is Launching Art Market Confidence Index(R), a Real Time Index Which Measures How Confident Art Market Players are Feeling

. January 28, 2008 . 0 Comments

PARIS, – This real time confidence index is built on the same theoretical basis as the Michigan Consumer Sentiment Index of the Survey Research Center at the University of Michigan which is a benchmark for global stock markets. Movements on the Art Market Confidence Index by Artprice enable real time monitoring of the reactions of […]

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Goodwill auctions donated paintings by notable artist Mildred Green

. January 27, 2008 . 0 Comments

In 1933, Mildred C. Green’s painting “The Junk Man” won top honors at the Buffalo Society of Artists’ annual exhibition. To folks at Goodwill Industries of Western New York — where six of the late artist’s paintings recently turned up in a collection bin, along with clothing and other items thrown out by faceless donors […]

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