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Beyond Limits: Sculptures at Chatsworth

Every year Chatsworth hosts a sculpture exhibition. It is part of a clever marketing strategy to make a tourist destination right the way through to Christmas. 970 more words


High touch meets high tech in Christie's 'James Map'

The most digital-savvy art businesses are developing business intelligence systems to support their digital sales strategies. In the context of a booming contemporary art market and the fact that one in four of the top lots in this spring’s evening sales were bought by new customers, John Dizard writes in Friday’s Financial Times ( 304 more words


Dazzling Prices at Auction Kick Off Asia Week in New York

In 2013, Sotheby’s auction house facilitated visas for several hundred Chinese visitors to the U.S., according to Henry Howard-Sneyd, vice chairman of the auction house and head of Asian Art. 470 more words


Sotheby's set to auction important Bunny Mellon jewels

Sotheby’s are to offer property from the late Rachel ‘Bunny’ Lambert Mellon’s estate, including more than $100 million worth of art, fine jewellery, furniture, and decorative objects. 232 more words


Sotheby's & Sculpture:

Beautiful Sculptures. I found some new Sculptors from this footage like Xu Bing and  Baltasar Lobo.


3,000 Feet of Bubble Wrap, Please

Bunny Mellon was a collector. Yes, and that is like saying Shakespeare did a bit of writing. Now that Mrs. Mellon has passed on at the ripe old age of 103, 98 more words


Welcome Home: Canada's Art Memories - Group of Seven

In honour of my return home to Toronto, I thought to focus this latest blog entry on Canada’s rich artistic heritage, notably the country’s famous band of artists, the fantastic, Group of Seven – so well known within our northern borders, they often go undetected amongst the more prominent art circles around the world. 520 more words