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14th May 2012

Those moving to Australia in the near future have been advised that the demand for housing in the country's mining towns is currently huge. According to Brett Alegre-Wood, property investor and founder of Your Property Club, the economy down under is currently working on a two-tier basis with the read more ...

14th May 2012

People considering moving to Canada will be reassured by a recent message from the country's citizenship, immigration and multiculturalism minister Jason Kenney. Speaking at the Montreal Council on Foreign Relations, Mr Kenney said that it was looking to make immigration faster, more flexible and read more ...

10th May 2012

Hints of modernity speak silently in the paint strokes of Edouard Manet's Portrait of Mademoiselle Claus (1868), unsure of whether to remain locked in the realism of the past or to forgo everything that was for the sweet dissenting embrace of impressionism. Unfinished it might be, but the prelude read more ...

04th May 2012

The story of the early 20th century modernist German art school is so legendary that its name alone brings to life vivid imagery of a pithy but particularly important movement. Bauhaus, which was open between 1919 and 1933, was known and celebrated for its pioneering approach to the study of art, read more ...

04th May 2012

In 2001, John Tusa, the former managing director of the Barbican Arts Centre in London, wrote a volume of essays entitled Art Matters. In these thought-provoking compositions, he discussed the so-called existential doubt that surrounded the art world at a time its authority was questioned. Is art read more ...

20th April 2012

The LAPADA Object of the Year competition 2012 is coming up and once again we are proud to sponsor the event which aims to find the most unique and beautiful objects in the UK. The competition, which is organised by the Association of Art and Antiques Dealers alongside Country Life magazine, works read more ...

16th April 2012

The 19th of April will see the return of Art Brussels for a very important milestone in the event's history, as it marks its 30th birthday. Art Brussels sees a mixture of artwork featured, with pieces by both young, emerging artists and more established figures in the art world being displayed, read more ...

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