There’s an aversion to art galleries breaking up collections and selling their works – but is it a short-sighted policy, and should museums sell some of their pieces to help their home cities?
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‘Some people’s photography is art, mine is not’ said the Berliner, whose genius is the glossy celebration of the superficial
Mealy’s Fine Art has accepted landscape painting for its December auction and catalogued it as ‘attributed to Adolf Hitler’
The Dublin studio has offered generous residencies for artists to live and work for 20 years. As former resident Jesse Jones puts it, ‘the space demands more of you’
Paintings had been consigned to sale by the heirs of the late Mervyn Solomon
Artist’s top auction price prior to Tuesday was a still hefty $86.3m
Work acquired by anonymous telephone bidder after fierce competition for piece
Rich collectors from around the world have driven prices to record levels
The inventors of cubism were inseparable for seven years, then remained frenemies, observing one another’s work with suspicion. A Braque exhibition in Paris considers his work on its own merits
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