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COUPLE OF FORGERS ON TRIAL
01 October 2000
A Dutch couple of forgers, accused of having produced scores of faked works, which they sold to several European galleries as by modern masters, appeared before a court in Orléans, France, on...
JEAN-LOUP SIEFF DEAD
01 October 2000
French photographer Jean-Loup Sieff died from cancer in Paris on September 20th 2000 aged 66. Born to Polish parents in November 1933 in Paris, Jean-Loup Sieff took up photography at a very young...
THE MEDITERRANEAN AT THE GRAND PALAIS IN PARIS
01 October 2000
The Mediterranean sea, as seen by major painters, is the central theme of an exhibition held at the Grand Palais in Paris between September 19th 2000 and January 15th 2001. Not many painters,...
BIENNALE EXHIBITORS ELATED
01 October 2000
Many dealers who took part in the Paris Biennale des Antiquaires, which ended on October 1st, were elated regarding their volume of business. In fact those who seemed much enthusiastic were Art Deco...
FACELIFT FOR THE FIAC
01 October 2000
The French International Contemporary Art Fair (FIAC) has been undergoing a deep transformation for its new edition scheduled between October 25th and 30th 2000. Organisers have taken a spectacular...
DÜRER EXHIBITIONS IN NUREMBERG
01 October 2000
An exhibition titled “I believe in Dürer” has been running in Nuremberg until November 5th 2000 at the Kunsthalle while another, devoted to that master's engravings has been taking place at the...
PHILIP GUSTON AT THE POMPIDOU CENTRE
01 October 2000
Works by Canadian artist Philip Guston are being exhibited at the Pompidou Centre in Paris until December 4th 2000. Philip Guston was awarded the Carnegie Institute Prize in 1945 and went on to...
MIGUEL BARCELO AT THE MUSEUM OFDECORATIVE ARTS IN PARIS
01 October 2000
Ceramic works by Spanish artist Miguel Barcelo are being on view at the Museum of decorative Arts in Paris until November 12th 2000. Barcelo, who often works in Africa, has recently nurtured a...
CORREGGIO AND PARMIGIANINO AT THE BRITISH MUSEUM
01 October 2000
Renaissance drawings by the two Parma masters Correggio and Parmigianino are being shown at the British Museum until January 7th 2001. This exhibition, organised with the assistance of the New York...
GENTILESCHI PAINTING REDISCOVERED
01 February 2000
A long lost oil on copper painting by Orazio Gentileschi, father of the famous Artemisia Gentileschi, was found in the collection of the Viscount Powerscourt in Ireland. The painting representing a...
BATTLE FOR THE TAKE-OVER OF TOP PARIS AUCTION GROUPS
01 February 2000
BATTLE FOR THE TAKE-OVER OF TOP PARIS AUCTION GROUPS e-Bay, Christie's and the LVMH group are currently engaged in a fierce underground battle to gain control of the two biggest auction groups in...
ALBANI IN THE LOUVRE
01 October 2000
Works by Bolognese painter Francesco Albani (1578-1660), who had much influence over many French 17th Century painters, are being exhibited in the Louvre Museum until January 8th 2001. King Louis...
ILLUMINATED MANUSCRIPTS IN CHANTILLY
01 October 2000
Italian illuminated manuscripts from the 14th to the 16th Century are being shown in the Musée Condé in Chantilly until January 1st 2001. These manuscripts come from the collection of the Duke of...
EDOUARD MANET'S STILL LIFES AT THE MUSEE D'ORSAY
01 October 2000
Still lifes by French Impressionist painter Edouard Manet are being shown in the Musée d'Orsay in Paris until January 7th 2001. Manet painted still lifes throughout his career but often limited...
CULTURAL BASEL 2000
01 October 2000
The Cultura Basel Fair devoted to archaeology and applied arts opened on October 16th 2000. Sponsored by the UBS bank, this event gathers 78 dealers who are showing many magnificent pieces at prices...
A GANG OF BRONZE FORGERS DISMANTLED
01 October 2000
French police dismantled a gang of forgers who were producing and selling faked bronze sculptures on the art market, well-informed sources said on October 3rd 2000. Police investigations were carried...
DONATION FOR FRENCH MUSEUMS
01 October 2000
An anonymous French collector has donated 109 major works to several museums in France, it was announced in Paris on October 20th 2000. This important donation will be shared between the museums of...
MOVES AT SOTHEBY'S
01 October 2000
Michel Strauss, head of Sotheby's department of Impressionist, modern and contemporary paintings has left the American-owned auction house, has been called by Bernard Arnault, the president of the...
ART PARIS: AN UNFAIR FAIR
01 October 2000
The Art Paris Contemporary art fair, held at the Carrousel du Louvre until October 23rd 2000 and dubbed as a preview of the FIAC, which was inaugurated the next day, did not really meet success....
SOTHEBY'S AND CHRISTIE'S ACTIVE IN FRANCE NEXT JUNE
01 October 2000
Sotheby's and Christie's will be allowed to hold auction sales in France only in June 2001 as a result of a delay regarding the release of an official decree, it was learned on October 26th 2000. The...
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