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A new app launched for Art & About highlights how the Bubonic Plague spread ... - The Daily Telegraph sydney
2nd October 2014

Richard Fox is an interactive storyteller specialising in locative media. ○ His ongoing project, Razorhurst, features a GPS-enabled action game showcased in the dLux Mobile program. ○ The Plague Sydney app is free to download during Art & About ... full story
East Maitland art for Sydney exhibition - The Maitland Mercury sydney
22nd September 2014

"He is on his own because he is so far from home." More than 800 artworks from 749 mostly primary school students from 263 schools across the state are on exhibition at the prestigious Armory Gallery at Sydney Olympic Park until Sunday, October 26.and more » full story
Art takes on pornography in 'socially responsible' erotica show - The Guardian (blog) melbourne
24th September 2014

Can art succeed where porn fails: to actually turn us on? This is the question greeting visitors as they enter the erotic art show, Feck:Art, which sprawls across the pop-up gallery of a Brunswick warehouse as part of the Melbourne fringe festival. It ... full story
A Look Inside Fumihiko Maki's Gorgeous New Museum For Islamic Art - Co.Design kyoto
15th September 2014

Now, a new museum set to open in Toronto next week, with more than double the Met's gallery space, is poised to establish North America's first dedicated home for Islamic art. Pritzker Prize-winner Fumihiko Maki designed the 47,000 square-foot Aga Khan ... full story
Indian masterpieces up for sale in New York - IBNLive new york
16th September 2014

New York: Paintings by one of India's most important modern artists go under the hammer in New York on Wednesday, highlights in a booming market for Asian art featured this week. Three oils on canvas by pioneering Indian abstract artist Vasudeo Santu ... full story
Dazzling Prices at Auction Kick Off Asia Week in New York - New York Observer new york
17th September 2014

Five New York auction houses are putting material valued at over $100 million – think Song dynasty ceramics, T'ang horses, Chinese contemporary art, ancient scrolls, golden Buddhas — on the block in sales from today through this weekend. “More Asians ... full story
What Future for FIAC's Satellite Fairs? - artnet News new york
17th September 2014

France's premier art fair FIAC announced earlier this year that it was launching its very own satellite fair, (OFF)ICIELLE (“FIAC Launches an Official Satellite Fair“), a move perceived by some as an attempt to eliminate smaller endeavors. FIAC itself ... full story
Chinese Art Market Rebounds to $8.5 Billion in 2013 - artnet News new york
17th September 2014

This dropped to just five in 2012, and only four in 2013, which indicates a trend toward more moderate pricing at the top end, which is contrary to the seemingly unstoppable price escalations at high-end auctions in New York, where in excess of 50 ... full story
To dwell is to garden - The Express Tribune new york
18th September 2014

The exhibition is being curated by Sharmini Pereira, a curator-publisher who is based in Sri Lanka and New York. She has extensively written on contemporary Asian art. She is also the director and founder of Raking Leaves, an independent publishing ... full story
Clara Cullen :Interview With the Unit London - Huffington Post UK london
16th September 2014

Having teamed up with friend and fellow artist Joe Kennedy together they created The Unit London, a new gallery exhibiting the best and most challenging work by up and coming artists. First opened in Chiswick, West London, the gallery recently moved to ... full story
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