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21st September 2015

The unique bronze sculpture 'Man with Serpent' by revered artist Auguste Rodin has resurfaced after disappearing for around 100 years after it was donated by an anonymous source to the Musee cantonal des Beaux-Arts de Lausanne in Switzerland, which also contains three of Rodin's other major works, read more ...

21st September 2015

​Omar Kholeif, a curator at the Whitechapel Gallery in London, has been named as the new Manilow Senior Curator at the Museum of Contemporary Art (MCA) Chicago. Mr Kholeif arrives at the museum with a sterling reputation, with curatorial credits at Whitechapel including “Fiona Banner: Stamp out read more ...

04th September 2015

Amedeo Modigliani's masterpiece Nu couché is set to spearhead a major sale at leading art business Christie's in November as part of its 20th Century art focused sale in New York. The sale is based around the theme of "The Artist's Muse", with Modigliani's masterpiece from 1917-18 set to be the read more ...

31st August 2015

Sotheby's is undoubtedly one of the most recognisable names in fine art but there is clearly no room for it to sit back and rely on its reputation to see it through, with Robin Woodhead, the chairman of Sotheby's International, unveiling several new moves to help it to expand into the Indian market read more ...

28th August 2015

There is no question that the United States is home to some of the best and most highly revered fine art museums in the world, catering to a passion driven by an obsession with a history that  has fascinated a land that compared to the rest of the world is still in the process of forging its own read more ...

29th July 2015

The Metropolitan Museum of Art is a cultural cornerstone of New York city, standing proudly in the eastern edge of Central Park akin to some sort of lantern of enlightenment in the most bustling of bustling American concrete jungles. Its status as a centrepiece for culture is no mean feat in a city read more ...

10th July 2015

Throughout the twentieth century, in a New York basement, a man who would have been lost in the crowds of a busy city like the Big Apple, went on the kind of adventures great dreams are made of. His name was Joseph Cornell and today he is celebrated for being one of the most original artists of the read more ...

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