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One of the Most Important Letters by Gandhi to Come to...

LONDON.- A fascinating letter from Mahatma Gandi, estimated to sell for £8,000 to £10,000 at Bonhams in London on March 29th, makes reference to his belief in passive resistance and the need for unity between Hindus and Muslims. Lot 441 in the Paper...

University of Pennsylvania Museum Removes Mummies After China Objects

PHILADELPHIA (AP).- A museum just days away from opening a long-awaited exhibit including two mummies and other historical artifacts from China is gutting the display of all objects at the request of Chinese officials, the museum announced Wednesday. ...

New Abstract Works by New York Painter John Zinsser at Graham...

NEW YORK, NY.- An exhibition of new abstract works by New York painter John Zinsser is on view at Graham Gallery through January 4th, 2011. Zinsser’s current exhibition follows his installation of drawings in the main gallery last season, Art Deal...

South Carolina Archaeologists Say Confederate Wreck Found

By: Meg Kinnard, Associated Press COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP).- The recent discovery of what is believed to be a Confederate gunboat scuttled by its own crew in the Civil War's waning days could yield valuable knowledge about the South's sputtering attempts to...

Rare Mark Twain Manuscript Headlines Leslie Hindman Auctioneers Book Auction

CHICAGO, IL.- Just in time for the long-anticipated re-release of Mark Twain’s edited autobiography, Leslie Hindman Auctioneers announced the November 18th sale of a fine collection of literary manuscripts by esteemed American authors, including T...

Galerie Michael Janssen Opens First Exhibition with Belgian Artist Joris Van...

BERLIN.- Galerie Michael Janssen presents for the first time Belgian artist Joris Van de Moortel with the exhibition Like a hurricane (you are like). Van de Moortel’s practice and work consist of a complex web of ideas and references with a proces...

Claude Monet Show at Paris’ Galleries Nationales to Reconcile French with...

PARIS (AP).- Beloved by Americans, Impressionist master Claude Monet has long been a victim of a sort of Gallic snobbishness in his native France. A new exhibition at Paris' Galleries Nationales attempts to right this historic wrong by bringing togethe...

Cheim & Read Showing Group Exhibition Titled "Le Tableau"

NEW YORK, NY.- In Achim Hochdörfer's article in the February 2009 Artforum entitled "A Hidden Reserve: painting from 1958 to 1965," the author names a number of painters included in this exhibition, "Whose practices are rich with impl...

Cheim & Read Showing Group Exhibition Titled "Le Tableau"

NEW YORK, NY.- In Achim Hochdörfer's article in the February 2009 Artforum entitled "A Hidden Reserve: painting from 1958 to 1965," the author names a number of painters included in this exhibition, "Whose practices are rich with implication." Le Tabl...

Just a Minute With: Architect Rafael Viñoly Talks About Battersea Power...

LONDON (REUTERS).- Rafael Viñoly, the architect behind the designs for the proposed revitalization of London's Battersea Power Station on the River Thames, is undaunted by the size and scale of the project. The massive brick structure with four white ...

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