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"Art in the Streets" on View at the Geffen Contemporary at...

Los Angeles.- "Art in the Streets" is the first major U.S. museum survey of graffiti and street art. Curated by MOCA Director Jeffrey Deitch and Associate Curators Roger Gastman and Aaron Rose, the exhibition will trace the development of graffiti ...

Environmental Protection Agency Puts Out Global Call to Collect Environment Photos

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP).- Got a camera? The Environmental Protection Agency wants you. The federal agency has embarked on a yearlong campaign to collect photographs from across the United States and around the world for its State of the Environment Phot...

Environmental Protection Agency Puts Out Global Call for Environment Photo

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP).- Got a camera? The Environmental Protection Agency wants you. The federal agency has embarked on a yearlong campaign to collect photographs from across the United States and around the world for its State of the Environment Phot...

Sotheby’s to Sell Significant and Defining Collection of German Art of...

LONDON.- Sotheby’s announces that it will offer for sale The Duerckheim Collection, a collection of the most significant and defining German Art of the 1960s and 1970s ever to come to market, in the forthcoming Contemporary Art Auction Series in J...

San Francisco Arts Commission’s Popular Art on Market Street Poster Series...

SAN FRANCISCO, CA.- Director of Cultural Affairs for the San Francisco Arts Commission Luis R. Cancel announced the 2011 Art on Market Street Poster Series featuring new work by local artists Elisheva Biernoff and Ian Huebert. Biernoff will launch the ...

Controversial Statue of Ancient Philosopher Confucius Vanishes from Tiananmen Square

BEIJING (REUTERS).- A large statue of ancient Chinese philosopher Confucius, controversially erected outside a Communist Party museum in central Beijing, has quietly been removed from its plinth following an online uproar about its location. The 9.5-me...

Previously Unseen Portraits of Susan Boyle and Tony Blair Go on...

LONDON.- Previously unreleased portraits of singer Susan Boyle, former Prime Minister, Tony Blair, and art historian and museum director Sir Roy Strong, form part of a new display at the National Portrait Gallery. The display highlights 16 portraits re...

Previously Unseen Portraits of Susan Boyle and Tony Blair Go on...

LONDON.- Previously unreleased portraits of singer Susan Boyle, former Prime Minister, Tony Blair, and art historian and museum director Sir Roy Strong, form part of a new display at the National Portrait Gallery. The display highlights 16 portraits re...

University of Arizona School of Music Recently Acquired Linda Ronstadt Collection

TUCSON, AZ.- The collection spans the wide variety of music that Linda Ronstadt, a Tucson native, produced during her career. The University of Arizona School of Music has announced the recent acquisition of the Linda Ronstadt Collection. The collectio...

Celia, the Most Beautiful Boy in the World (and Percy) Star...

LONDON.- A rare signed proof copy of David Hockney’s lithograph ‘An Image of Celia’ in the original frame hand painted by the artist is the star item in sale dedicated to Hockney’s work at Bonhams on 20 April. Dating from the mid-1...

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