December, 2008

Abstract Expressionism and Controlled Chaos by Meghan Oare

The Agora Gallery (530 West 25th Street, Chelsea, New York, NY, 10001) is proud to present Valencia artist Meghan Oare in The Revelry of Energy. Scheduled to run from January 6th through January 27th, the collection will feature a captivating selection of Meghan Oare’s dynamic and vibrant paintings. About Meghan Oare: Dynamic and vibrant paintings […]

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Cantor Arts Center’s Art Acquisitions Fund

The Cantor Arts Center at Stanford University announces Treasure Market, March 26–29, 2009, with the theme “The Art of Collecting.” This biennial sale of art, antiques, and collectibles, now includes two evening events preceding the popular Saturday and Sunday sale. Bonhams appraiser Alan Fausel, frequently featured on “Antiques Roadshow,” is the guest speaker at the […]

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IMPORTANT WORKS BY WILLIAM VINCENT KIRKPATRICK PLUS ABOUT 270 WORKS OF ART BY 20th-CENTURY MASTERS – DALI, PICASSO, CHAGALL, MIRO AND OTHERS FOR ORLANDO AUCTION

IMPORTANT WORKS BY WILLIAM VINCENT KIRKPATRICK PLUS ABOUT 270 WORKS OF ART BY 20th-CENTURY MASTERS – DALI, PICASSO, CHAGALL, MIRO AND OTHERS FOR ORLANDO AUCTION

(Orlando, Fla.) – About 270 original prints — many of them signed and/or numbered, by major 20th-century masters like Salvador Dali, Pablo Picasso, Marc Chagall, Joan Miro and others — will be sold at auction on Saturday, Feb. 7, by Baterbys Art Auction Gallery. The sale will be conducted live (and online), in the beautiful […]

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Menaul Fine Art Accepted As Case Study by Rollins MBA Program

Menaul Fine Art (http://www.menaul-art.com) wanted to expand their international distribution of abstract art by Scott J Menaul. Rollins, Florida’s most prestigious executive MBA program, (http://www.crummer.rollins.edu/) was looking for an international marketing case study. The two met and Rollins accepted Menaul Fine Art for the INTL 602 International Marketing Project 2008. Mary Conway Dato-on, PhD and […]

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Tony Bennett at Imagemakers Art Gallery

Musicians and Performers as Artists is the central theme of Image Makers Art, Gallery of Stars located in New Hope, Pennsylvania. For over ten years, the gallery has featured the visual artistic talent of many famous entertainers. Tony Bennett is the feature artist in our new winter Holiday exhibit. For over Fifty years, consummate entertainer […]

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Chinese Art Prize Winners Announced – Top Two Emerging Chinese Artists

The distinguished jury panel of the Chinese Art Prize today announced the Gold and Silver Prize awardees of the 2008 Chinese Art Prize, a gala event at Art Scene Warehouse, Shanghai. The winners: Min Xiaofang (Gold) and Kang Yongfeng (Silver). The Viewers’ Choice Prize went to Song Yongjun. “In such an uncertain economic climate, endeavors […]

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Booth Museum Celebrates the African American Experience in the West

The largest exhibition of Western art by black artists ever assembled opens December 20 at the Booth Western Art Museum in Cartersville, Georgia. “The Black West: Buffalo Soldiers, Black Cowboys and Untold Stories” features 65 works of art by 16 contemporary African American artists. Visitors to the museum can view the exhibition through March 22, […]

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SIGGRAPH 2009 Art Papers Explore Art in a Digital World

ACM SIGGRAPH announces the call for Art Papers for SIGGRAPH 2009, taking place 3-7 August in New Orleans, Louisiana. SIGGRAPH encourages paper submissions on topics that explore the creation of art and its place in society, helping people understand the changing roles of artists and art creation in the increasingly computerized, online world. The papers […]

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American Academy of Art-Trained T. Allen Lawson Selected for 2008 White House Holiday Card by Laura Bush

Each year during the holiday season, artists across the country hope to receive a very special commission: the official White House holiday card. Once commissioned, the artist gains immediate notoriety since his or her work is mailed to more than one million people – including nearly all world leaders and dignitaries. This year’s lucky artist, […]

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Museum Associates Proposes Partnership to MOCA

The Executive Committee of the Board of Museum Associates, the non-profit that operates the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) has presented a plan to the Board of the Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) outlining the terms of a proposed merger. The goal of this plan would be to preserve the independence and integrity […]

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Gustav Klimt Clinches Top Spot for Most Popular Art in 2008

The popular online art gallery, OverstockArt.com, has officially released the annual Top 10 Oil Paintings rankings for 2008. After a complete domination of the top spot by renowned Dutch master, Vincent Van Gogh, a relative new comer, Gustav Klimt, has taken over with his masterpiece, The Kiss, and blew everyone away. According to David Sasson, […]

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National Portrait Gallery Gerhard Richter Portrait Exhibition

A groundbreaking exhibition devoted to one of the greatest living painters opens at the National Portrait Gallery on 26 February 2009. Gerhard Richter Portraits is the first major exhibition to show a selection of Richter’s portraits across the entire span of his career. Dating from the 1960s to the present, it includes important early black-and-white […]

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