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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 ...

22nd September 2012

Christie's has announced that a masterful painting from the Neo-expressionist American artist Jean-Michel Basquiat is expected to sell for a record-breaking $20 million (approximately £12.9 million), when it goes under the hammer in November. Untitled (1981), which was produced near the beginning read more ...

20th September 2012

The problem with remembering seminal individuals throughout history is that each generation produces luminaries, all of whom enjoy their moment in the limelight and, in their own distinct way, change the world. In your time, you might have been one of the most important people in the public sphere read more ...

19th September 2012

Ken Price was one of the most exciting, rebellious and original sculptors of his generation, renowned for extolling the virtues of artistic avant-gardism by modifying the traditional ideas surrounding ceramics. The inexhaustible artist is the subject of a major retrospective of his work at the Los read more ...

17th September 2012

The eleventh edition of Art Basel Miami Beach has released its line-up of participating galleries for this winter's mammoth art fair, whittling down over 680 prospective exhibitors to a total of 257. Approximately 50 per cent of galleries are from both the US and Latin America, with Germany proving read more ...

17th September 2012

The US interstate is properly known as Dwight D. Eisenhower National System of Interstate and Defense Highways. It's a rather elaborate and grandiose name, but fitting given that it's an impressive feat of industrial might that transformed the way Americans were able to navigate around the country read more ...

14th September 2012

A Mon Dvaravati bronze sculpture from the eighth century BCE has set a new record at a Bonhams auction in New York, selling for an amazing $674,500 (approximately £418,417). The famous Buddha, which belonged to the Natasha Eilenberg Collection, went for more than three times its estimated price of read more ...

11th September 2012

A woman has secured herself a genuine Pierre-Auguste Renoir painting when she purchased a box full of miscellaneous goods for a handful of dollars at a flea market in the US. The painting, which is entitled Paysage Bords de Seine and depicts a colourful scene along the famous French river, is now read more ...

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