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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...

Exhibition of Latin American Photography Shows the Work of Emerging Latin...

MADRID.- Continuing a project from past years, the Instituto Cervantes presents an exposition of fifteen young Latin American photographers selected after a showing of their portfolios at the Trasatlántica Festival organized by PHotoEspaña and Spanis...

Major New Art Fair Debuts at Chicago’s Navy Pier in Sept....

CHICAGO, IL.- The inaugural exposition CHICAGO debuts September 19–23, 2012 in Festival Hall at Navy Pier, produced by the newly formed Art Expositions, LLC under the leadership of President and Director Tony Karman. The new fair will open the fa...

Museo Colecciones ICO Opens The Power of Doubt, an Exhibition Curated...

MADRID.- Hou Hanru, one of the most influential curators on the international art scene according to a variety of international publications, presents, as part of PHotoEspaña 2011, The Power of Doubt, a showing of 55 recent works (made between 1998 an...

Cindy Sherman, Thomas Ruff, Frank Montero Collado and the 1000 Controversial...

MADRID.- The exhibition 1000 Faces/0 Faces/1 Face. Cindy Sherman, Thomas Ruff, Frank Montero Collado unite two great contemporary artists who have dealt, in depth, with the complexities inherent in representing the subject, with Frank Montero, a comple...

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

The American Institute of Architects Select the 2011 COTE Top Ten...

WASHINGTON, D.C.- The American Institute of Architects (AIA) and its Committee on the Environment (COTE) have selected the top ten examples of sustainable architecture and green design solutions that protect and enhance the environment. The projects wi...

‘Scream Collection Part II’ Featuring; Buffet, Dali, Dine, Jones, Miro, Jones...

LONDON.- The collection features Spanish sculptor, printmaker, ceramicist and painter Joan Miro, a key figure in the Surreailist movement. His exquisite 1960 etching with aquatint ‘Grand Vent’ are on display, as well as a 1974 lithograph Aff...

‘Scream Collection Part II’ Featuring; Buffet, Dali, Dine, Jones, Miro, Jones...

LONDON.- The collection features Spanish sculptor, printmaker, ceramicist and painter Joan Miro, a key figure in the Surreailist movement. His exquisite 1960 etching with aquatint ‘Grand Vent’ are on display, as well as a 1974 lithograph Aff...

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