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Blenheim Palace
Ai Weiwei Adds Crabs, Handcuffs to Blenheim Palace Decor in New Exhibition
Blenheim Palace launches the Blenheim Art Foundation this week with a splashy inaugural exhibition of Ai Weiwei works.
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It for Others 2013 by Duncan Campbell 16mm film transferred to digital video.
Film Art Dominates 2014 Turner Prize
Traditional painting and sculpture are not seen at this year's Turner Prize exhibition of under-50 British art ...
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Vermont Artist Charlie Hunter Takes on the State's Gritty Side
Paintings of Vermont often evoke a romanticized vision of red barns, rolling hills and vibrant foliage or sparkling snow. Artist Charlie Hunter creates the opposite, in what he describes as “murky paintings of decaying American infrastructure"...
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Charlie Hunter, “Marble Works, Danby, VT, 1963,” based on a photo in the Vermont Historical Society’s collection.  The marble was used in building the Beinecke Rare Book Library at Yale University.
Graffiti artist Oz was killed by a train in Hamburg, Germany.
Graffiti Artist Oz Killed by Train in Germany
Graffiti artist Oz, known for creating about 120,000 tags throughout Germany, was hit and killed by a train in Hamburg on Thursday night.
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The Society of Memorial Sloan Kettering's 26th Annual Preview Party for The International Fine Art & Antiques Show
The Society of Memorial Sloan Kettering (MSK) will host the 26th Annual Preview Party for The International Fine Art ...
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This painting by Edward Moran (1829-1901), titled Cape Ann Lighthouse, is expected to fetch $150,000-$250,000 on October 23rd.
Paintings by Edward Moran, Irving Ramsey Wiles could fetch $150,000-$250,000 each at Shannon's, Oct. 23
MILFORD, Conn. – What was originally planned to be a tidy, 250-lot auction of fine artworks at Shannon’s Fine Art Auctioneers on October 23rd has grown to 315 lots, thanks to some ...
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Pomegranate shaped vessel.  Egypt, 12th century BCE.  Core-formed glass.  3 ¾ in.  x 3 ¾ in.  Newark Museum.
Winter Antiques Show Celebrates its 61st Year as America's Preeminent Fine Art & Antiques Show
The Winter Antiques Show celebrates its 61st year as America’s most distinguished antiques show, featuring exceptional objects exhibited by 73 specialists in American, English, ...
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