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Iratxe Jai and Klaas van Gorkum at MUSAC’s Laboratorio 987

LEON, SPAIN.- On 9 April the Laboratorio 987, MUSAC's independent project space, presented the second show of the Amikejo exhibition series, a specific project by artist pair Iratxe Jaio (Markina-Xemein, Vizcaya, Spain, 1976) and Klaas van Gorkum (Delf...

City of Cologne will Receive a Spectacular Gift from the Bequest...

COLOGNE.- After the unexpected death of Prof. Dr. h.c. mult. Irene Ludwig last November, the terms of our generous patron’s testament have been disclosed. The City of Cologne will receive spectacular gifts and permanent loans from the bequest of I...

City of Cologne will Receive a Spectacular Gift from the Bequest...

COLOGNE.- After the unexpected death of Prof. Dr. h.c. mult. Irene Ludwig last November, the terms of our generous patron’s testament have been disclosed. The City of Cologne will receive spectacular gifts and permanent loans from the bequest of I...

Dalí by Halsman Presents a Selection of Eighty-Eight Photographs of Salvador...

FIGUERES.- The Fundació Gala-Salvador Dalí inaugurated Dalí by Halsman, this year’s temporary exhibition at the Gala Dalí Castle in Púbol, which will be on show until 31 December 2011, when the house-museum is closed to the public until the f...

Sotheby’s to Sell Property from the Estate of the Late Queen...

AMSTERDAM.- In the spring Sotheby’s Amsterdam will offer 1500 lots from the Estate of Queen Juliana on the instructions of the Executors on behalf of her four heirs, Her Majesty the Queen and Their Royal Highnesses Princess Irene, Princess Margr...

Two Tableaux Vivants After Regent Portraits by Jan de Bray

VIENNA.- In the run-up to the exhibition “Das holländische Gruppenportrait” (9 Sept. to 21 Nov. 2010) in the Kunsthistorisches Museum in Vienna, Irene Andessner staged a two-part tableau vivant which follows the example of the Dutch regent p...

Archaeological Team’s Radar Reveals Extent of Buried Ancient Egypt City

CAIRO (AP).- An Austrian archaeological team has used radar imaging to determine the extent of the ruins of the one time 3,500-year-old capital of Egypt's foreign occupiers, said the antiquities department Sunday. Egypt was ruled for a century from 166...

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