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16th August 2012

The Cleveland Museum of Art has announced that it has acquired two "stellar" antiquities objects, which will further enhance its reputation as one of the most significant places for historical artefacts and works of art in the world. For over half a decade now, the establishment has been on an read more ...

15th August 2012

A painting by the majestic Spanish artist Pablo Picasso has been causing a certain degree of controversy in Scotland, 80 years after it was first conceived. Technically speaking, the actual, physical copy of Nude Woman in a Red Chair wasn't the issue – it was a poster of it at Edinburgh Airport, read more ...

09th August 2012

Voters in Detroit have given their approval to a special ten-year property tax plan that has saved an important art institution in the city from possible closure. Detroit's citizens have effectively agreed to pay more taxes to ensure that the Detroit Institution of Arts (DIA), which has one of the read more ...

08th August 2012

The art of tapestry has been quietly flourishing in little corners of the world, with artists discovering, many for the first time, the joy of engaging with this particular type of material. For example, the brilliantly eccentric Grayson Perry is one such visible artist who has found something of read more ...

07th August 2012

Robert Hughes, one of the most respected art critics of his generation, who has died at the age of 74 after a long illness, was never tired of speaking his mind. He brutally destroyed Damien Hirst's contribution to art, referring to the successful artist as piratical; he lamented haphazardly about read more ...

06th August 2012

The seven-year long, divisive and very heated legal battle over the future of Fisk University's brilliant art collection has finally come to an agreeable resolution. The Alfred Stieglitz Collection, which will be preserved in its entirety, will now be shared between the Tennessean institute and read more ...

03rd August 2012

In 1993, the Smithsonian Archives of American Art interviewed the legendary American art dealer and gallerist Andre Emmerich. It was, as conversations go, brilliantly colourful, engaging, full of anecdotes and ample deviations, with vivid snatches of history that would have been lost had the read more ...

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