31 août 2009

Shopping of Buccellati jewelry @ M.S.RAU Antiques

"Buccellati" Diamond Necklace "Buccellati" Diamond Necklace D=2.75cts app 18K YG (60 x 45mm) - Price: $89,000 "Buccellati" Emerald & Diamond Bracelet "Buccellati" Emerald & Diamond Bracelet E=4.00cts app + D=3.50cts app Silver & YG (7.5" x 29mm) - Price: $80,000 "Buccellati" Diamond Butterfly Brooch "Buccellati" Diamond Butterfly Brooch D=2.00cts app 18K (55 x 65mm)  - Price: $43,000 "Buccellati" Diamond Cuff... [Lire la suite]
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31 août 2009

Robert Mapplethorpe @ Alison Jacques Gallery in october

Robert Mapplethorpe, Hand In Fire, 1985. © Robert Mapplethorpe Foundation. Used by permission LONDON.- Alison Jacques Gallery will present a new interpretation of the work of acclaimed and controversial American artist Robert Mapplethorpe (1946-1989). Bringing together a range of works in a variety of media, including rarely seen collages as well as photography, the exhibition focuses on the hitherto neglected roles of religious themes and imagery that informed much of Mapplethorpe’s practice throughout his career. Since... [Lire la suite]
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31 août 2009

Ancient Vietman Hong Duc Thong Bao, AD1470-97

Ancient Vietman Hong Duc Thong Bao, AD1470-97 Issued by Thanh-tong, the 4th King of the Le Dynasty (1428-1785). Official issue, small characters, broad rim variety. 24.5mm, 4.00g - price 6 USD @ dong_hua_zhai Reference : Toda's No.51.
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31 août 2009

Nicolai Abildgaard at the National Gallery of Denmark

Nicolai Abildgaard (1743 - 1809), The Wounded Philoctetes, 1775. Oil on canvas, 123 x 175.5 cm. Statens Museum for Kunst © SMK Foto COPENHAGEN.- Armed with gods, mythological creatures, coarse satire and a modern social outlook, he made his art a mouthpiece for reform in a time of unrest under absolute monarchy, social injustice and stifled freedom of expression. Despite his international orientation and multifaceted, powerful life's work, Abildgaard has long stood in the shadow of his student C.W Eckersberg and the more... [Lire la suite]
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31 août 2009

Highlights of Fine Chinese Ceramics and Works of Art Including Property From the Arthur M. Sackler Collections @ Christi'es

This September, Christie’s is pleased to offer over 350 lots of fine Chinese porcelain, jade, furniture and works of art from diverse collections. Following on the heels of the record setting March sales in New York, Christie’s once again looks forward to a highly successful sale of exceptional Chinese works of art. Highlights of this sale. An important and rare imperial Guangzhou tribute embellished ivory and tortoiseshell fan. Qianlong period (1736-1795) Made of very thin, finely woven ivory caning mounted in a... [Lire la suite]
31 août 2009

Michel Comte @ the Museum of Design in Zurich

Michel Comte, Helena Christensen, Vogue Italia 1993 © Michel Comte ZURICH.- Michel Comte is among the most sought-after contemporary photographers. Working together with actors and models, musicians and artists of world renown, Comte − who was born in Zurich in 1954 − has created major icons of portrait and fashion photography. After being discovered by fashion designer Karl Lagerfeld, Comte’s career enjoyed a meteoric rise. For more than 30 years now, this autodidact has accepted commissions from labels like Ungaro, Dolce... [Lire la suite]
31 août 2009

'All the World’s a Stage: Celebrating Performance in the Visual Arts' @ the Dallas Museum of Art

DALLAS, TX.- All the World’s a Stage: Celebrating Performance in the Visual Arts, the Dallas Museum of Art exhibition opening on August 30, 2009, will showcase a fresh look at the Museum’s collections in an interactive installation to commemorate the opening of the Dallas Center for the Performing Arts and the completion of the Dallas Arts District. Nearly 125 works spanning 2,600 years of human creativity, including paintings, sculptures, photography, and objects from around the world, will illustrate how dance, music, and... [Lire la suite]
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