November, 2009

Giacometti, Hodler and Vallotton Artworks for Sotheby’s Swiss Art Sale

Giacometti, Hodler and Vallotton Artworks for Sotheby’s Swiss Art Sale

Sotheby’s auction of Swiss Art will be held in Zurich, on Monday, 7th December 2009, at 6pm. Urs Lanter and Stéphanie Schleining Deschanel, Specialists of Swiss Art at Sotheby’s, will offer 123 lots spanning more than 250 years of Swiss artistic history. The sale highlights classical artists such as Amiet, Anker, Biéler, Bocion, Buchet, Calame, […]

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Zoe Leonard Photographs at MUMOK

Zoe Leonard Photographs at MUMOK

“Photographs” is the first major survey of the work of American artist Zoe Leonard. In addition to early works from the 1980s and 1990s, the MUMOK exhibition will include “Analogue”, a series of 412 photographs produced between 1998 and 2009 in which Leonard investigates the changes in the urban landscape and economy resulting from a […]

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“Melancholy of Compassion” at Siemens Sanat

“Melancholy of Compassion” at Siemens Sanat

Being one of the important addresses of contemporary art in Turkey since 2004, Siemens Sanat is going to host an unprecedented group exhibition in December. Curated by Murteza Fidan and T. Melih Gorgun, Melancholy of Compassion will meet the art lovers between December 5th, 2009 and February 5th, 2010. The exhibition includes the artworks of […]

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Fillmore Poster Auctions November Sale – Impressive Results

Fillmore Poster, Inc. (www.fillmoreposter.com), the world’s largest dealer in vintage rock ‘n’ roll concert posters, is pleased to announce that its November auction of rare and unusual sixties posters, handbills, and other memorabilia closed on November 22 with strong prices realized in all categories. Auction highlights include: Closed lots and prices realized can be viewed […]

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Contemporary Artists Books for New York Sale

Bonhams New York is pleased to present the Arnold Smoller Collection of Contemporary Livres d’Artiste. A wonderfully astute and varied assemblage of nearly 200 volumes, the collection spans several decades of American and international art. It includes experimental works made of such surprising materials as lead, hair, plastics, and rubber. The works range in date […]

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SFMOMA AND WEXNER CENTER TO PRESENT FIRST U.S. RETROSPECTIVE OF THE WORK OF LUC TUYMANS

SFMOMA AND WEXNER CENTER TO PRESENT FIRST U.S. RETROSPECTIVE OF THE WORK OF LUC TUYMANS

The first U.S. retrospective of the work of Belgian contemporary artist Luc Tuymans—and the most comprehensive presentation of his work to date—will be on view at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA) from February 6 through May 2, 2010, in its only West Coast presentation. Jointly organized by SFMOMA and the Wexner Center […]

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Demons and Devotion: The Hours of Catherine of Cleves at at The Morgan Library & Museum

Demons and Devotion: The Hours of Catherine of Cleves at at The Morgan Library & Museum

Recently on View in Europe, the Work Is Considered Among the Morgan’s Finest Treasures “The Hours of Catherine of Cleves”, a fifteenth-century Dutch manuscript that is among the most beautiful and sophisticated illuminated works ever created, is the subject of a major exhibition at The Morgan Library & Museum, from January 22 through May 2, […]

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