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Jeff Koons PlayDoh for New York Art Week

Here is a fine example of contemporary art for sale last week for New York City art week at Christie’s auction house in Rockefeller Center. It is done in aluminum (see card below) and it is by the famous Jeff Koons. 107 more words

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Monday walk...sculpture in old Scottsdale

In January, I visited my parents in Arizona, where we had a whirlwind of art experiences, including spending part of several days at the Leanin’ Tree auction… 162 more words

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The Online Art Market Is Booming—Here’s What You Need to Know

On Tuesday, art insurance company Hiscox released its fourth annual report detailing the state of the online art trade. Their findings, which examine data gathered by art market research firm ArtTactic, confirm indications in last month’s TEFAF report that the cooling of the global art market has not yet affected online sales—on the contrary, they are at an all-time high. 1,137 more words

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Salvador Dalí: 2 works up for auction

The Guardian reports that 2 important paintings by Spanish surrealist  Salvador Dalí , sold to Argentinian countess in 1930s, is up for auction. Countess de Cuevas de Vera, nicknamed Tota, who divided her time between Buenos Aires and France and became friends with many artists and cultural figures active in 1920s and 30s Paris, including… 331 more words

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THE INTERNET OF THINGS.....IoT AND ART

IoT will impact how we live and work….ART AND ARTIST WILL NOT ESCAPE ITS CONSEQUENCES.

The penetration of this technology if not understood or the knowledge of how it can be used will have the ARTIST of today alone and having limited access to this marketplace. 101 more words

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Art and Artifice

Gleaner column, Dec 13, 2017

Art has been in the headlines globally, regionally and locally in the last few weeks. On the global stage Christie’s mid-November auction featuring a long-lost work by Leonardo da Vinci, Salvator Mundi, was very much in the news especially after the much hyped painting sold for US$450.3 million. 721 more words