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  1. Sotheby's Asia expects to weather market turmoil and has a few choice lots in its autumn salesRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | South China Morning Post

    Sotheby's is hoping that the inclusion of some rare items in its autumn Hong Kong sales, set for October 3-7, will help ward off the effects of the recent market turmoil. Nicolas Chow, deputy chairman for Sotheby's Asia and head of its Chinese works of art department, admits the global share sell off and August's devaluation of the yuan had made the auction house "more cautious than usual".

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  2. The Scream' sells at Sotheby's for $120 Million, a recordRead the original story

    May 2, 2012 | Owatonna People's Press

    A version of Edvard Munch's "The Scream," one of the most recognizable images in art history, sold at Sotheby's on Wednesday night for just under $120 million, the most ever paid for a painting at auction.

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  3. You only whisper before The ScreamRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | Sun-Star

    ONE thing led to another. I saw a photo of silver sculptures in a plane magazine en route to Europe.

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  4. Sotheby's kicks off London seasonRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | The Drinks Business

    Sotheby's will begin its autumn season in London later this month with the sale of a "Great Bordeaux Cellar". Featuring 445 lots spanning the region's "superstars", the collection is expected to realise A 850,000 when it goes under the hammer on 16 September.

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  5. Wilkes announces plans to relocate Sordoni Art GalleryRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | The Citizens' Voice

    Wilkes University will relocate the Sordoni Art Gallery to the former Bartikowsky Jewelers building on South Main Street by the fall of 2016, university President Patrick F. Leahy announced Tuesday. The gallery is currently in the Stark Learning Center on South River Street and will be 25 percent larger in the former Bartikowsky building, Leahy said.

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  6. MoreRead the original story

    Yesterday | Art Daily

    Pioneering publishers and writers, they produced some of the most outstanding and rare of all travel books, recounting their great feats of adventure, ill-fated voyages, daily lives and discoveries in the South Pole. With highlights including the first book ever printed in Antarctica, Shackleton's very own Antarctic handbook and a facsimile of the South Polar Times , the collection will be offered for sale in London on 30 September 2015.

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  7. An unparalleled collection of Indian miniature paintings to be offered at Sotheby's LondonRead the original story

    Yesterday | Art Daily

    Raja Riding on a Bull Elephant, Rajasthan, Isarda, attributed to Wajid, circa 1685. Estimate: 10,000 - 15,000.

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  8. Phillips announces senior appointments in 20th Century and Contemporary ArtRead the original story

    Yesterday | Art Daily

    Phillips announces the appointments of Hugues Joffre as Chairman, United Kingdom and Europe, and Worldwide Head of 20th Century Art, and Jean-Paul Engelen as Worldwide Head of Contemporary Art. As leading specialists in their corresponding fields, Mr. Joffre and Mr. Engelen will strengthen Phillips' team of international specialists in the 20th Century and Contemporary Art Department, while broadening the range of art and expertise on offer.

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  9. Spotlight on Qing Dynasty at Sotheby's fall saleRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Reuters

    Sotheby's showcases Chinese works of art ahead of autumn auction and expects a good turnout despite China's economic slump. Sharon Reich reports.

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  10. Rare Chinese bowl, imperial portrait among top lots at Asian art auctionRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Channelnewsasia.com

    A rare peach bowl from China's last imperial dynasty and a two-centuries old portrait of an emperor's consort by Italian painter Giuseppe Castiglione could each fetch up to US$7 million when they go under the hammer at Sotheby's autumn auction next month.

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  11. Four Stocks Insiders Bought During Last Week's Market TumultRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | TheStreet.com

    Although shares of the four companies have tumbled, each offers a number of reasons that investors should consider following suit. SunEdison SunEdison shares have been hit hard since the company announced the acquisition of rooftop solar developers Vivint Solar and Mark Group and posting disappointing quarterly results with a massive $256 million net loss that exceeded analyst estimates by a wide margin.

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  12. Rare copy of first book published in Antarctica by Ernest Shackleton's team goes to auctionRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Daily Mail

    Ultra-rare copy of first book ever published in Antarctica which was put together by Ernest Shackleton's team on long winter nights is to fetch 70,000 at auction An ultra-rare copy of the first book ever published in the Antarctica by Ernest Shackleton's expedition team is set to go under the hammer. Experts have described the copy of Aurora Australis as the finest in existence and have tipped it to fetch 70,000 pounds at auction.

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  13. Foreign buyers driving luxury real estate sales, Re/Max saysRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | CBC News

    A luxury home in West Vancouver. Re/Max says foreign buyers are driving the luxury market in Vancouver and Toronto.

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  14. ArtPrize Pairs with Habitat for Humanity in $21 Million Plan to Redevelop NeighborhoodRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Artforum Intl.

    They're strange bedfellows for a good cause: ArtPrize, the giant visual art competition established by philanthropist Rick DeVos - will be teaming up with Habitat for Humanity to embark on a twenty-one-million-dollar urban improvement plan. The initiative aims to redevelop a two-block area in the Roosevelt Park neighborhood in Michigan, reports Michigan Live 's Jim Harger.

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  15. Five Visual Artists Receive 2015 Tanne Foundation AwardsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Artforum Intl.

    The Tanne Foundation has announced the winners of its 2015 awards. Totaling $52,500, the prize will go to eight artists this year, including five visual artists, two playwrights, and one theater artist.

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  16. Unveiling Redesign, Segerstrom Center for the Arts Launches $68 Million Fundraising CampaignRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Artforum Intl.

    The Segerstrom Center for the Arts has just launched a sixty-eight-million-dollar fundraising campaign, reports Mike Boehm for the Los Angeles Times . The catch is that the money is primarily going to be used to undo fallout from a previous fundraising fiasco: All but about fourteen million dollars of the new funds being raised will cover past project expenses, including the plaza and the Renee and Henry Segerstrom Concert Hall.

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  17. Drake smashes a lamp with dodgy football shot - watchRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | NME

    Drake showcased some unimpressive football skills, posting a video to Instagram of himself breaking an outdoor lamp with a missed shot. The clip sees the Canadian star missing the target entirely and hitting a nearby lamp.

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  18. 4 Stocks Insiders Bought During the Market TumultRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | TheStreet.com

    NEW YORK -- The stock market suffered through one of the most tumultuous weeks in its history. Amid its ups and downs, a number of company insiders added to their already significant holdings.

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  19. Ovation to Launch an Art Consultant TV Show-And We're Cringing AlreadyRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | The New York Observer

    Miller Gaffney and Carol Lee Brosseau will star in Ovation's Art Breakers this fall. Art Breakers isn't, as one could reasonably expect, a show about artists surfing or museum professionals breakdancing.

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  20. Unveiling Plaza Redesign Plans, Segerstrom Center for the Arts...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Artforum Intl.

    The Segerstrom Center for the Arts has just launched a sixty-eight-million-dollar fundraising campaign, reports Mike Boehm for the Los Angeles Times . The catch is that the money is primarily going to be used to undo fallout from a previous fundraising fiasco: All but about fourteen million dollars of the new funds being raised will cover past project expenses, including the plaza and the Renee and Henry Segerstrom Concert Hall.

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