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05th October 2012

You can't buy creativity, though wouldn't that be something, tins of ingenuity lined up neatly on supermarket shelves, Andy Warhol's image stamped on everyone. Maybe one day. For most people though, life arguably gets in the way of imagination, a busy day at the office followed by a hectic social read more ...

04th October 2012

The Los Angeles art gallery Blum & Poe has announced that it is expanding its operations into the Asian market. It has decided on the city of Tokyo as the best place in which to establish a permanent office, a decision that perhaps best reflects its enduring relationship with Japanese artists read more ...

03rd October 2012

It's hard to pin down a single work of art that captures the absolute brilliance of Pablo Picasso. He was outstanding in every respect, producing timeless paintings throughout his career. From his deeply melancholic blue period to his spectacular rendezvous with cubism and his surrealist read more ...

27th September 2012

There is no other artist quite like Leonardo Da Vinci. Over the ages, humanity at large has been fascinated by his paintings, sculptures and writings, many of which are thought to be vehicles for otherworldly and mysterious forces, coded masterpieces that are embedded with powerful messages. One of read more ...

27th September 2012

While the last general election in the UK was perhaps the most exciting in recent times, it's fair to say that it was remarkably meek in comparison to its equivalent in the US. Every presidential election is a mammoth event in fact, incredibly expensive and logistically outstanding. It engulfs the read more ...

26th September 2012

Since 2007, when White Center (Yellow, Pink and Lavender on a Rose) sold for $72.8 million (approximately £45 million), the appetite for a Mark Rothko painting has grown and grown. He is not only a great investment choice, but also a cultured one. As of the most dynamic artists of his generation read more ...

26th September 2012

Yesterday’s news, so the popular UK saying goes, is today’s fish and chip paper. It’s ancient history, very forgettable and not part of the current chitchat. Something else has happened, something new, and that always takes precedence. The only thing it is good for, a newspaper that is, is as a read more ...

25th September 2012

Jeffrey Gundlach, founder of the investment firm Doubleline Capital, is well known in the financial world as a man who knows a thing or two about bonds, so much so he has acquired a sort of rock and roll status. He's known as being a superstar in this field, a guru even, blessed as he is with the read more ...

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