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Art Becomes More Well-Endowed
Monday, 15 Jun, 2009 – 12:48 | No Comment
Art Becomes More Well-Endowed

While its status as an essential part of the human experience technically makes art too big to fail, there are nevertheless those in the U.S. government who believe that a bailout is in order.
A House …

Gilbert and George go to Hong Kong
Thursday, 4 Jun, 2009 – 15:20 | No Comment
Gilbert and George go to Hong Kong

via Financial Times

Tuesday May 19
This is our first time in Hong Kong. We love the airport. There is no advertising. We cannot abide airports with shops. But here it’s all very clean and very empty …

Art Dealer Indicted as Ponzi Schemer
Thursday, 4 Jun, 2009 – 14:01 | No Comment
Art Dealer Indicted as Ponzi Schemer

via ARTINFO

CANNON BEACH, Oregon—An art dealer who lured investors into an alleged Ponzi scheme finally turned himself in last week.
The dealer, 36-year-old Donald Dean Seybold, the owner of Ernst & Ernst Collectors Gallery in Cannon Beach and …

AO AUCTION RESULTS: CHRISTIE’S POST-WAR AND CONTEMPORARY ART EVENING SALE SURPRISINGLY STRONG, AUCTION RECORDS REACHED FOR MANY ARTISTS
Thursday, 4 Jun, 2009 – 11:43 | No Comment
AO AUCTION RESULTS: CHRISTIE’S POST-WAR AND CONTEMPORARY ART EVENING SALE SURPRISINGLY STRONG, AUCTION RECORDS REACHED FOR MANY ARTISTS

via Art Observed

Willem de Kooning’s ‘Woman’ via Christie’s sold for $3.7 million, more than doubling its high estimate of $1.8 million.
Again, Christie’s bested Sotheby’s in this week’s Post-War and Contemporary Art auctions after Sotheby’s failed to …

Creative Resumes
Thursday, 21 May, 2009 – 10:15 | No Comment
Creative Resumes

via http://www.webdesignerdepot.com/2009/05/30-artistic-and-creative-resumes/