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melbourne
4th April 2014

The unveiling of Vault, aka The Yellow Peril, at the City Square in 1980 kicked off years of heated debate on the worth of Melbourne's public art. After an unpopular reception that year, the large yellow fabricated-steel construction was shipped out to ...full story

london
4th April 2014

This year, Asian Art in London is to create a 'Pavilion' at Art Antiques London and display works from 12th-18th June. Over 20 dealers from Asian Art in London will exhibit a wide range of antique and contemporary Asian art. This selling exhibition ...full story

newyork
4th April 2014

... one dedicated to Singapore art history and the other to South-east Asian art - it will have a special-exhibition gallery for potential collaborations with top modern museums such as the Centre Pompidou in Paris and the Museum of Modern Art in New ...full story

dubai
4th April 2014

Manal Al-Dowayan's exhibitions focus on women's rights in Saudi Arabia. Her current exhibition in Dubai's Cuadro Art Gallery called "Crash" is a research-based collection that exposes the ways in which Saudi women are rendered voiceless and nameless in ...full story

manila
3rd April 2014

Lakan Sining ng Bulacan (Lakan Sining) was formed in the 1980s when local artists, some of them working in Metro Manila, boarded a bus and went around Bulacan to visit historical places and draw inspiration from these. Heritage structures and houses ...full story

bangkok
2nd April 2014

The French artist's "Fruit on a table or small dog" was stolen from a house in the British capital along with "Woman with two chairs" by Pierre Bonnard, and they were recovered together in Italy from the pensioner, who used to work for Italian auto ...full story

newyork
2nd April 2014

“Most of the expensive post-war modern art pieces are sold in New York at auctions and through art dealers,” explains McAndrew, adding that buyers from Latin America and Asia also prefer New York as their destination for art. Finally, the report noted ...full story

newyork
2nd April 2014

Asia Week New York brought in $200m in sales. Dealers and auction houses ... The nine-day umbrella event featured special exhibitions by 47 galleries as well as 19 sales at four auction houses, with works on show ranging from archaic Chinese bronzes to ...full story

bangkok
2nd April 2014

“Buying art is an investment. It's like buying stock or buying gold,” said Subhashok Angkasuwansiri, long-time art collector and president of the Adler Subhashok Gallery, a collaboration between the internationally-renowned Adler gallery and Subhashok.and more »full story

london
31st March 2014

Now Common Practice has inspired a branch in New York whose members include the venerable not-for-profits White Columns – which was co-founded by Gordon Matta-Clark and Jeffrey Lew – and The Kitchen, where artists such as Vito Acconci and Cindy Sherman ...full story

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