April, 2010

Bonhams London Sale of Antiquities

Bonhams London Sale of Antiquities

A delicate wreath made of fine gold oak leaves with acorns, of the type worn by Alexander the Great’s father, Philip II of Macedon, is one of the highlights of Bonhams sale of Antiquities on April 28 in New Bond Street. This stunning artefact, estimate £100,000-120,000, may once have graced the head of a ruler […]

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Another Country: London Painters in Dialogue with Modern Italian Art at the Estorick Collection

Another Country brings together ten highly respected contemporary painters: Tony Bevan, Arturo Di Stefano, Luke Elwes, Timothy Hyman, Andrzej Jackowski, Merlin James, Glenys Johnson, Alex Lowery, Lino Mannocci and Thomas Newbolt. Although the artists have exhibited together previously in Italy, they have come together through friendship rather than any shared style or technique. For Another […]

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Pinta London Modern and Contemporary Latin American Art Show

The globalization of Latin American art has transformed the boundaries of museum circuits and of public and private art collecting on a world scale, enhancing the value of Latin American art in the international market in ways that would have been almost inimaginable some years ago. The launching of the first edition of PINTA LONDON […]

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Emma Rodgers: From Sketch to Sculpture at the Walker Art Gallery

Emma Rodgers is a Wirral based artist who has achieved international acclaim for her sculptures. This display focuses on a recent work called ‘The Dancer’. This beautiful sculpture is shown alongside original preparatory sketches and items from the casting process. These objects explore how the idea for a work of art becomes reality. Open 28 […]

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Danubiana Meulensteen Art Museum Presents Sam Francis Exhibition

Sam Francis (1923-1994) was a citizen of the world who lived for art. American by birth, he spent a large part of his life in Paris, Tokyo and New York and had painting studios around the world until his death. Some of his paintings have been partly created in Paris, worked on in New York, […]

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Ambroise Vollard Art Collection for Sotheby’s Sale

Ambroise Vollard Art Collection for Sotheby’s Sale

Sotheby’s has announced the sale of a group of works whose story must surely rank among the most compelling in art market history. The works, a long-lost treasure trove of paintings, prints, books and drawings by key avant-garde artists of the late 19th and early 20th Centuries, belonged to Ambroise Vollard, the legendary Parisian art […]

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Allegra LaViola Gallery Presents Allison Gildersleeve and Erik Jeor Exhibition

Allegra LaViola Gallery Presents Allison Gildersleeve and Erik Jeor Exhibition

Allegra LaViola Gallery is pleased to present Allison Gildersleeve and Erik Jeor, a two-person show comprised of works on paper and canvas. Open April 27-May 29, 2010. To enter the worlds of Allison Gildersleeve and Erik Jeor one must abandon a sense of gravity and time. Light pours from unlikely sources, and memory cannot be […]

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The Most Photographed Woman in the World Exhibition at the Ava Gardner Museum

During May 2010, the Ava Gardner Museum will unveil a new exhibit, The Most Photographed Woman in the World. At the height of her film career, Ava Gardner was the most photographed woman in the world with MGM sending out over 3,000 photos of her weekly. To prepare for this exhibit, Museum staff will digitalize […]

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Dr. Matthew McLendon Named Associate Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art at the Ringling Museum

The John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art has appointed Dr. Matthew McLendon as the new Associate Curator of Modern & Contemporary Art. Prior to his appointment, Dr. McLendon, a native Floridian, was appointed the first Curator of Academic Initiatives at The George D. and Harriet W. Cornell Fine Arts Museum, Rollins College. “Matthew brings […]

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