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As art flies off the walls at Basel, buyers beware, experts warn

As art flies off the walls at Basel, buyers beware, experts warn
Written by Reuters on 2017-07-09


BASEL, Switzerland "When did so many people start caring about contemporary art?" wondered Marc Glimcher, head of the Pace gallery empire, as he busily made deals at Art Basel's VIP preview this week.With 291 galleries from 35 countries presenting 4,000 artists' works, the world's most prestigious art fair is as much a place to hobnob as it is to buy and sell an estimated 2.5 billion to 3 billion...(Read More)

Street artists bring color to Israeli and Jordanian streets

Street artists bring color to Israeli and Jordanian streets
Written by Reuters on 2017-07-06


ARAD, Israel With large murals of black cats and colorful gurning faces, a group of traveling international artists are bringing a splash of colorful street art to towns in Israel and Jordan.The eye-catching works, including large portraits and spying eyes, are produced under the banner of the international POW! WOW! event, a week-long culture festival which aims to "contribute, share culture and...(Read More)

Italy court suspends ruling that ousted museum directors

Italy court suspends ruling that ousted museum directors
Written by Reuters on 2017-07-03


ROME Italy's top administrative court on Thursday suspended a ruling that ousted five museum directors who had been hired as part of a bid to modernize and boost revenue from the country's artistic and archaeological treasures.The ruling will re-instate the managers, who were hired with great fanfare in 2015 as part of a sweeping reform, but removed last month by a lower court that upheld complaints...(Read More)

British artist Grayson Perry explores a divided country in new exhibition

British artist Grayson Perry explores a divided country in new exhibition
Written by Reuters on 2017-06-30


LONDON British artist Grayson Perry will launch a new exhibition on Thursday, the day Britain votes in a general election, and unsurprisingly, his works cast a critical eye over the country's tumultuous political landscape.The exhibition, dubbed "The Most Popular Art Exhibition Ever!" will run at London's Serpentine gallery until September.Much of the artwork addresses the controversy around Britain's...(Read More)

Rockefeller art collection to be auctioned benefiting charities

Rockefeller art collection to be auctioned benefiting charities
Written by Reuters on 2017-06-27


NEW YORK Works of art, furniture and decorative objects from the collection of the late David Rockefeller, the billionaire banker and philanthropist who was the last surviving grandchild of Standard Oil founder John D. Rockefeller, will be sold at auction next year, Christie's said on Wednesday.Rockefeller died in March aged 101. Some 2,000 items will hit the auction block in a series of sales slated...(Read More)

Banksy

Banksy's art-for-votes offer erased after police warning
Written by Reuters on 2017-06-22


LONDON The pseudonymous British graffiti artist Banksy has withdrawn an offer of free artwork in return for tactical voting in Thursday's general election after police warned it would invalidate the result.The artist, who found global fame with his pop-up street art, offered prints of his famous "girl with balloon" for those who voted against Prime Minister Theresa May's Conservative party in six...(Read More)

Marrakech

Marrakech's historic booksellers once again face eviction
Written by Reuters on 2017-06-16


MARRAKECH, Morocco Lined up against shopkeepers hawking everything from fresh parsley to colorful socks, Marrakech's historic booksellers face an uncertain future as authorities plan an urban makeover in one of Morocco's tourist hubs.In the shadow of the 12th century Al Koutoubia mosque - also known as the Mosque of Booksellers - the bustling shops once specialized in handwritten manuscripts and...(Read More)

Mural of saintly pope kissing devilish Trump appears in Rome

Mural of saintly pope kissing devilish Trump appears in Rome
Written by Reuters on 2017-06-13


ROME A life-size mural depicting Pope Francis with a saintly halo kissing U.S. President Donald Trump sprouting devil's horns appeared on a wall near the Vatican on Thursday, less than two weeks before they are due to meet.The mural, which was painted on paper and pasted on to the wall during the night, was the latest work by street artists depicting the pope to appear in Rome in recent months. This...(Read More)

London exhibition celebrates 50 years of Pink Floyd

London exhibition celebrates 50 years of Pink Floyd
Written by Reuters on 2017-06-09


A new exhibition celebrating the career of Pink Floyd, featuring a raft of memorabilia and tributes to the rock group's famously surreal iconography, opens in London on Sunday.The Victoria and Albert Museum hosts "The Pink Floyd Exhibition: Their Mortal Remains", to mark the 50th anniversary of the release of the British band's debut album, "The Piper at the Gates of Dawn"."It's not just about nostalgia,"...(Read More)





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