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Women & Art: We’ve got a long, long way to go.

Here’s a statistic that should make your blood boil: on average, only 5% of the pieces in permanent collections of museums around the globe were created by women. 660 more words

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More surprises from Artcurial in Impressionism & Modern Auction

Paul Delvaux (1897 – 1994), “Deux Femmes,” 1945. Watercolor, ink, and ink wash on paper, 14 1/8 x 10 3/8 inches. Signature partially effaced at lower right. 355 more words

New world's record for Duchamp at Artcurial sale to benefit Doctors without Borders

(Updated, 23h30 6 June French time) PARIS – Artcurial’s sale of Marcel Duchamp’s 1910 – 11 65 x 51 cm oil on panel “Nu sur Nu”for Medecins Sans Frontieres (Doctors without Borders) not only netted nearly double the pre-sale estimate at 1,243,000 Euros ($1,417,020) to benefit the human rights organization (minus handling  charges) , it set a new world’s record for the sale of the Surrealist artist’s paintings at auction, announced Bruno Jaubert, the auction house’s director of Impressionist and Modern Art. 31 more words

Artopia 2016 Promo

Big Bend Cares of Tallahassee is a organization that helps people and their families with HIV/AIDS and has a fundraiser every year at the civic center called Artopia. 148 more words

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Christie's Art Auction NYC

Yesterday I wrote about Sotheby’s Auction and today I will focus on Christie’s in Rockefeller Center in New York City. They are both very popular venues for both the art lover and art collector. 93 more words

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Sotheby's Art Auction NYC

For those of you who don’t know, Sotheby’s and Christie’s Auction Houses in New York City and have free viewings in the spring so they can hold their famous art auctions and sell modern and contemporary art to the highest bidder. 85 more words

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