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OPENING OF THE 20th ANTIQUE DEALERS' BIENNIAL IN PARIS
01 September 2000
XXE BIENNALE DES ANTIQUAIRES P A R I S CAROUSELL DU LOUVRE DU 15 SEPT. AU 1 OCTOBRE 2000 OPENING OF THE 20th ANTIQUE DEALERS' BIENNIAL IN PARIS The 20th Biennale des Antiquaires opened in...
RECORD PRICE FOR A LUCAS CRANACH PAINTING
01 December 2000
An oil on panel by Lucas Cranach the Older (1472-1533) representing Venus and Eros tempting her went for 17,5 million FF (US $ 2,340,000) (Not inclusive of buyer's premium) on December 4th 2000 at...
CURTAIN !
01 December 2000
The Contemporary Art market has apparently gone mad at Christie's in November 2000 with some unbelievable results, notably over $ 88,000 for a life-size fly by U.S artist Tom Friedman and over $ 1,6...
REQUIEM FOR AUSTRIART
01 February 2000
By Adrian Darmon Covering art may seem an easy task since there is apparently no necessity to get mingled with politics. However being neutral in covering all aspects of art would be tantamount to...
ECOLE DE PARIS EXHIBITION
01 December 2000
The Museum of Modern Art in Paris has opened an exhibition on the School of Paris due to end on March 11th 2001. The School of Paris in fact did not truly exist as a movement since its name was...
FOR A CLEAN YEAR 2000
01 January 2000
By Adrian Darmon 1999 was really a mad year for many Contemporary, Modern or Impressionist artists whose works were auctioned at astronomical prices in New York or in London. The art market thus...
PARIS EXPERT PAYS FOR BLUNDER
01 February 2000
Parisian expert Gilbert Pétridès, a specialist for works by Maurice Utrillo and Maurice de Vlaminck, was sentenced last January by a court in Tarascon, Southern France, to pay 50 000 FF (US $ 7,575)...
US MUSEUMS MUCH PRESENT AT AUCTION SALES
01 February 2000
Auction sales of paintings by old masters are increasingly successful following some remarkable bids placed on several masterpieces. U.S museums are now notably quite active in these sales, which...
AN AMBITIOUS CONTEMPORARY ART CENTRE PROJECT IN BOULOGNE
01 September 2000
One of the greatest contemporary art centres will be built on the Seguin island in the town of Boulogne, where the famous Renault cars were built until 1989, it was announced on September 4th 2000....
PALESTINIAN TREASURES AT THE INSTITUTE OF THE ARAB WORLD IN PARIS
01 September 2000
For the first time, archaeological treasures from the Gaza strip are being shown at the Institute of the Arab world in Paris from September 21st until November 12th 2000. Some 268 pieces, which never...
THE BIBLE WAS RIGHT ABOUT THE DELUGE
01 September 2000
The discovery of the vestiges of an antique civilisation on the bed of the Black Sea has brought proof of a giant tidal wave which swept over the Bosporus 7500 years ago, the head of an...
DEATH OF JEAN CARZOU
01 September 2000
Armenian-born artist Garnik Zouloumian, called Jean Carzou, died in Marsac-sur-l'Isle, Dordogne region, on August 12th 2000 at 93. Born in Alep, Syria, Carzou arrived in Paris in 1924 to complete...
CAMILLE CLAUDEL'S PSYCHIATRIC FILES NOW PUBLISHED
01 September 2000
Discovered five years ago in the cellar of a lunatic asylum, the psychiatric files concerning Camille Claudel, mistress and aide of Auguste Rodin, have finally been released on September 15th 2000....
MAJOR FRENCH AUCTIONEER PINNED DOWN
01 September 2000
Jacques Tajan, France's top auctioneer, has been accused by French justice of having keep a large part of the proceeds of the sale of the Giacometti succession he conducted in July 1994, justice...
TRIBAL ART IN PARIS
01 September 2000
The 3rd International Tribal Fair of Paris took place in the former Hôtel Dassault on the Champs-Elysées avenue between September 18th and 19th 2000. Some 12,000 visitors came to see African,...
GERARD DOU EXHIBITION IN LONDON
01 September 2000
An exhibition of the works of Gerard Dou (1613-1675) has opened on September 25th 2000 at the Dulwich picture gallery in London. A total of 32 works by this master, who was Rembrandt's pupil and...
AGREEMENT BETWEEN SOTHEBY'S AND CHRISTIE'S WITH U.S JUSTICE
01 October 2000
Christie's and Sotheby's concluded a deal on September 22nd 2000 with U.S justice after both auction houses were accused of illicit agreement. They agreed to pay off US $ 512 million to settle the...
GIOTTO'S FACE RECONSTITUTED
01 October 2000
The face of Ambrogio Bondone, called Giotto (1266-1336), a famous painter from Tuscany, whose remains were found thirty years ago under a marble flatstone during works in the Santa Maria dei Fiore...
RUPERT HOWARD - NEW WORK, EXHIBITION IN NEW YORK
01 February 2000
Opening Saturday, February 19, 2000 from 3-5 PM, including complimentary refreshments,at the 12th Street Bar, 473 12th Street (btw 8th Avenue & the Park), Park Slope, Brooklyn 11215. Exhibit on view...
SEX, TORTURE AND PROVOCATION IN LONDON
01 October 2000
A much controversial exhibition titled “Apocalypse” was inaugurated on September 23rd 2000 at the Royal Academy in London. “Apocalypse” means beauty and horror in contemporary art. This exhibition...
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