With total proceeds of more than ? 1.65 million, the two day auction of Rare Books at Ketterer Kunst in Hamburg on 23/24 May realized an excellent result. The amount topped last spring's figure by around ? 250,000 and even slightly exceeded the last autumn result. Show More Summary
art-and-things-of-beauty: Jan van Kessel (1626-1679) - Flower and insect, oil on copper, 10,4 x 16,2 cm.
At the heart of the upcoming Dorotheum design auction on 16th June 2016 is a piece of furniture with a special history: The event presents an important early example of organic design, the result of a cooperation between two exceptional architects and design artists of the 20th century, Charles Eames and Eero Saarinen. Show More Summary
The National Gallery of Canada presents, from May 20 to September 5, 2016, Chris Cran, Sincerely Yours, the most comprehensive exhibition ever produced on Alberta?s Chris Cran. The exhibition features over 100 paintings and drawings from the national collection and other institutions, and surveys Cran?s artistic production over the last 40 years. Show More Summary
Lyons Wier Gallery is presenting "Marks of the Trade" by Anthony Adcock. "The first time I saw Anthony Adcock's work it took a while for my head to process what my eyes were seeing. I was transfixed by the surface of what seemed to be a ?paint-test? on a piece of dirty plywood. Show More Summary
For his first Hong Kong gallery exhibition, Puerto Rican artist Angel Otero will present Born in the Echoes, a group of new paintings that bring his unique visual language to the forefront. Otero is dedicated to continuing the tradition of abstraction, and is an innovator in the genre. Show More Summary
The Art Gallery of New South Wales is presenting Tang: treasures from the Silk Road capital, the first exhibition in Australia to focus on the art of the Tang Empire. Tang: treasures from the Silk Road capital features a wondrous array...Show More Summary
Phillips Evening and Day Editions auctions in London will present a strong offering of museum-quality original prints and multiples by celebrated masters of the 20th and 21st centuries. The two auctions will include over 240 lots, carrying...Show More Summary
Michaan?s June 20, 2016 Fine Asian Works of Art auction brings an outstanding modern work to the marketplace in Pang Jiun?s (b. 1936) oil on canvas Wild Chrysanthemums at an estimate of $40,000-60,000. Appearing as a snapshot of an unassuming...Show More Summary
Lyon & Turnbull, Scotland?s Oldest Auction House, will partner with Freeman?s, America?s Oldest Auction House, for their inaugural auction in Hong Kong at the Liang Yi private museum on May 31. Following their 2015 sponsorship of Asia...Show More Summary
Dr. Michael Anderson has been named director of curatorial affairs at the Oklahoma City Museum of Art. Anderson, previously curator of film and American art at OKCMOA, has curated the Museum Film program at OKCMOA and coordinated several...Show More Summary
Today?s sale of 19th Century European Paintings at Sotheby?s in London brought a total of £5,205,875 ($7,608,386 / ?6,856,688), against a pre-sale estimate of £3.64-5.3 million and with 69% of lots sold. Claude Piening, Head of Department,...Show More Summary
The Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive announced that longtime BAMPFA curator Lucinda Barnes will retire on June 29, 2016. Barnes joined the BAMPFA curatorial staff in 2001, and for the past twelve years has served as the museum?s Chief Curator and Director of Programs and Collections. Show More Summary
Museum as Retail Space is presenting "Sorealism" by Michael Alvarez, his first solo exhibition, domestically and internationally. Eighteen oil paintings on canvas and wood panel will be on view through June 4th. A native Angeleno, Alvarez...Show More Summary
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