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15th November 2014

LACMA receives its biggest art gift

Christmas has come early for LACMA, which has just been gifted the largest gift in its history. In an official press release, the museum announced that it will come into possession of notable works of art belonging to the billionaire philanthropist Jerrold Perenchio upon his death. read more...
15th November 2014

Transmitting Andy Warhol

Andy Warhol could have been a marketer or one of those suits you see in Mad Men, finger clicking good at selling everyone 'the dream'. He'd have been as he was, of course, an oddball, both in temperament and aesthetic. A new exhibition looks at how he use mass media to promote his work. read more...
7th November 2014

Macmillan De’Longhi Arts Programme Auction A Great Success

The Macmillan De’Longhi Arts Programme concluded with its exhibition and silent auction at the Darren Baker Gallery, hosted by Jade Jagger. The event exceeded last year’s total with over £103,000 raised for the charity. read more...
7th November 2014

El Greco's art celebrated in the US

The master of Spanish renaissance art Domenikos Theotokopoulos, better known as El Greco – The Greek – is being honoured in the US, 400 years after he passed away. Most notable of all are New York's The Metropolitan Museum of Modern Art and Washington DC's National Gallery of Art. read more...
1st November 2014

Tim Burton's Big Eyes hits the screens

Tim Burton's new movie Big Eyes tells the story of Margaret and Walter Keane, a couple whose romance turned sour when the former took credit for the latter's work. Margaret painted pictures of children with melancholic big eyes. She toiled, he celebrated, until one day, enough was enough. read more...

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