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Christie’s London Evening sale of Contemporary art had few star lots—but only one that failed to find a buyer—yet it managed to pull in a total £56.2 million ($72.8 million), down little more than a quarter from the previous year’s comparable sale. Two lot
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In the same Twitter post, McGowan insisted Bryant deserved to be praised for acknowledging his mistake by apologising to his accuser. Read more here
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Beverly Pepper, a sculptor of elegantly crafted steel works that appear to gently rise upward, has died. The New York Times, which first reported the news, said that she died at her home in Todi, Italy. She was 97. At venues around the world, but primarily
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The San Francisco 49ers and the Kansas City Chiefs were tied 10-10 at halftime. Read more here
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The Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam, dedicated to the work of the Dutch Post-Impressionist, has made a major acquisition that will aid in contextualizing the work of Vincent Van Gogh. On Wednesday, the museum announced that a pastel work by French Impressioni
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He went on to dedicate his award to Kanye West, Beyonce and the other black artists. Read more here
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He later spoke to Forbes about how Carter called attention to his complaint, leaving the artist community "outraged". Read more here
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During divorce proceedings in 2018, New York judge Laura Drager ordered collectors Harry and Linda Macklowe to sell 65 artworks from their holdings, which are collectively worth around $700 million, and to split the proceeds. Now, according to a report by
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