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Year : 2001
26 entries
Sandra Skrabanek exhibition
01 October 2001
The Memorial Student Center, Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas, is staging an exhibition of works by Sandra Skrabanek titled "Selected Works " from October 22nd until December 3rd 2001...

EXHIBITIONS
FIAC 2001: Something positive
01 October 2001
The 2001 Paris International Contemporary Art Fair (FIAC) attracted many visitors between October 10th and 15th 2001 despite the gloomy atmosphere which has been prevailing on the art market since...

EXHIBITIONS
Morandi at the Paris Museum of Modern Art
01 October 2001
An exhibition of the works produced after 1930 by Italian artist Giorgio Morandi is taking place at the Museum of Modern Art in Paris until January 6th 2002. Apart from a short trip to Switzerland,...

EXHIBITIONS
Raphael exhibition at the French Senate
01 October 2001
Works by Raphael Sanzio (1483-1520) are being shown at the Musée du Luxembourg in Paris until January 27th 2002. Raphael was so famous during his lifetime that when he died suddenly the day of his...

EXHIBITIONS
Zoran Music at the Grosvenor Gallery in London
01 October 2001
Works on paper produced between 1950 and 1981 by Zoran Music are being shown at the Grosvenor Gallery in London until October 26th 2001 Zoran Music, who was born in 1909 in Gorizia, lives and works...

EXHIBITIONS
Ancient inscriptions found at Noah's ark site
01 October 2001
A stone which appears to bear ancient inscriptions related to Noah's Ark has been found in eastern Turkey at a place known as the Durupinar formation. This site is located about 12 miles south of...

NEWS
Art Basel Miami postponed
01 November 2001
The premiere of Art Basel Miami Beach will be postponed for one year as the current situation in the United States forces the exhibition Management to refrain from carrying out the International...

OBITUARY
Sir Ernst Gombrich dead
01 November 2001
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OBITUARY
Madonna resuscitated
01 November 2001
A long lost painting of royal provenance depicting the Madonna and Child Christ by Renaissance master Andrea del Sarto (1486-1530) has been rediscovered recently, the Daily Telegraph reported on...

NEWS
A historical painting by Jacques-Louis David to be sold in Paris
01 November 2001
The painting Jacques-Louis David submitted to the French Academy with the hope of snatching the much-coveted Rome Prize in 1772 will be sold on March 18th 2002 at Drouot. Titled “Les Niobides” and...

NEWS
Homage to Van Gogh
01 November 2001
The Appleton Museum of Art, Ocala, FL, USA has been staging until December 24th 2001 an exhibition titled “Homage to Van Gogh” with a group of international artists paying tribute to Vincent van...

EXHIBITIONS
The Triumph of French painting
01 November 2001
The Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, NY, USA is to inaugurate an exhibition titled “The Triumph of French Painting: Masterpieces from Ingres to Matisse” due to last until January 6th 2002. The...

EXHIBITIONS
Ed Rusha
01 November 2001
The Museum of Modern Art Oxford presents the UK's first major retrospective of American artist Ed Ruscha, in an exhibition organised with the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden in Washington,...

EXHIBITIONS
The fifty art market kings (by Adrian Darmon)
01 November 2001
The art market has more than ever fallen prey to rich speculators after the terrorist attacks of September 11th 2001 in the U.S as the present rush on works by great masters tends to suggest. After...

EDITORIAL
A fake Picasso work in a roving exhibition
01 November 2001
A major exhibition entitled “Erotic Picasso” was inaugurated on October 25th 2001 at the Museu Picasso in Barcelona but prompted swift criticism from a specialist regarding a known fake work he...

NEWS
Auction prices soar for important pieces
01 November 2001
Fears of a dire crisis for the art market following the deadly terrorist attacks against the World Trade Center twin towers in New York and the Pentagon in Washington seemed to fade away between...

MARKET
Art Miami remains set for January
01 November 2001
Following the recent announcement by the organizers of Art Basel regarding the one-year postponement of the show's Miami Beach debut, Art Miami director Ilana Vardy has announced that plans remain...

EXHIBITIONS
Contemporary art: buyers more than ever selective
01 November 2001
After a two-month period of uncertainty, the contemporary art market woke up during the second week of November with some skyrocketing prices fetched at auction in New York but buyers were however...

MARKET
Major scandal regarding César forgeries
01 November 2001
A ring of forgers specialising in the production of works by French sculptor César Baldaccini called “César” was dismantled in Paris, French police announced on November 19th 2001. Dozens of...

FORGERIES
Ben Laden not entirely responsible for the present crisis
01 December 2001
America has been facing his most serious economic crisis since the early 1970s partly because of the terrorist attacks against the twin towers of the World Trade Center in New York and the Pentagon...

EDITORIAL
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