Esher Hall Antiques and Fine Art Fair

Esher Hall Antiques and Fine Art Fair

The second Esher Hall Antiques and Fine Art Fair opens its doors again at Esher Hall, Sandown Park Racecourse, Esher, Surrey from Friday 9 until Sunday 11 October 2009. Some 40 exhibitors, all members of either the British Antiques Dealers’ Association or LAPADA, the UK’s largest association of professional art and antiques dealers, will be […]

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Art Fund Gifts Mexican Prints to British Museum

Art Fund Gifts Mexican Prints to British Museum

Independent charity The Art Fund announces that it has given a rare edition of the iconic lithograph, Emiliano Zapata and his Horse by Mexican artist Diego Rivera, to the British Museum along with sixteen posters produced by other revolutionary Mexican artists between 1936 and 1953. The Diego Rivera print and a large selection of the […]

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New York Public Library and Elected Officials Break Ground on Renovation and Expansion of Historic Stapleton Branch

New York Public Library and Elected Officials Break Ground on Renovation and Expansion of Historic Stapleton Branch

State-of-the-art renovation will more than double the library’s size, add more than two dozen new computers, 11 laptop stations, wireless access, new areas for adults, teens and children and self-checkout stations New York Public Library President Paul LeClerc and Staten Island elected officials broke ground today on a project that will dramatically renovate and expand […]

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John Miller Exhibition at Kunsthalle Zurich

John Miller Exhibition at Kunsthalle Zurich

The exhibition of the work of artist, musician and critic John Miller, who was born in 1954 and lives in New York and Berlin, provides a comprehensive insight into a body of work that has been formulated since the 1980s and creates societal and artistic identification and representation models with analytical precision, wide-ranging humour and […]

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