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Laumeier Sculpture Park Explores the Complex Dog-Human Relationship

ST. LOUIS, MO.- Laumeier Sculpture Park presents an exhibition that examines the complex intersection between our human behavior and that of our domesticated partners. Dog Days of Summer features the work of ten artists spanning ne...

Clock Designed for Napoleon’s 1801 Exposition, Lost for Two Centuries, to...

LONDON.- An historic and rare clock believed to have been designed for Napoleon’s ‘Exposition publique des produits de l’industrie Francaise’ in 1801 and which has lain undiscovered in Europe for two centuries, is to be sold at Bonh...

Clock Designed for Napoleon’s 1801 Exposition, Lost for Two Centuries, to...

LONDON.- An historic and rare clock believed to have been designed for Napoleon’s ‘Exposition publique des produits de l’industrie Francaise’ in 1801 and which has lain undiscovered in Europe for two centuries, is to be sold at Bonh...

Delft: Johannes Vermeer, Porcelain, Bridges and Canals in Quaint Dutch City

DELFT (AP).- You don't have to be in Delft long to see what inspired Johannes Vermeer. Meandering up and down countless bridges that stretch over canals, and past storefronts and slender houses, the quaint Dutch life sets in. It's this life — wit...

Artist and Filmmaker Martha Colburn Presents Topic of War through Animation

SAINT LOUIS, MO.- The Saint Louis Art Museum presents Martha Colburn: Triumph of the Wild, a New Media Series installation by artist and filmmaker Colburn. The 10-minute animated film (2008-09) presents the history of American war from Bunker Hill to B...

ZKM Center for Art and Media in Karlsruhe Celebrates Car Culture...

KARLSRUHE.- The technologies of the 20th and 21st centuries facilitate new forms of independence from place. With Media of Mobility, the exhibition “CAR CULTURE” takes up the theme of mobility in a twofold sense: the material mobility of the ...

ZKM Center for Art and Media in Karlsruhe Celebrates ‘Car Culture’

KARLSRUHE, GERMANY - The technologies of the 20th and 21st centuries facilitate new forms of independence from place. With Media of Mobility, the exhibition “CAR CULTURE” takes up the theme of mobility in a twofold sense: the material mobility o...

The 2011 London Antique Map Fair at the Royal Geographical Society...

LONDON.- The 2011 London Map Fair, taking place in the historic surroundings of the Royal Geographical Society, is the most established and largest antiquarian map fair in Europe: over forty of the leading national and international specialist map d...

Sotheby’s to Offer a Newly Discovered Work By Sir Anthony Van...

LONDON.- Sotheby’s today announces that it will sell a newly discovered portrait by the great 17th Century Flemish painter Sir Anthony Van Dyck in its 6th July 2011 sale of Old Master and British Paintings in London. The intense and psychologicall...

Sotheby’s Fine Jewels Auction to Feature a Broad Variety Of Contemporary,...

LONDON.- Sotheby's London Fine Jewels Auction on Wednesday 13th July 2011 will present for sale a wide variety of wonderful jewels from the 19th, 20th and 21st centuries. Comprising 288 lots and estimated to raise in excess of £1.7 million, the sale p...

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