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The Trustees of The Fan Museum Trust, Greenwich, are privileged to announce that Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Cornwall has graciously accepted to be Patron of the museum.
With comedic aplomb, Lee is known to employ a range of media, including video and photography to revisit key moments from the life and works of a variety of cultural icons, from artists to comedians, all of which explore notions of the original and the replica.
White Space gallery is delighted to present a new series of photographs by Russian artist Olga Chernysheva. A series of new drawings, a video and a sculptural installation will also be exhibited.
A selection of upcoming Art Talks at London's Institute of Contemporary Arts.
Sean Snyder: Index is the first institutional solo exhibition in the UK by this significant American artist, and includes a selection of key video and photographic projects from the last five years.
Xerxes Fine Arts is the only gallery outside of the Persian Gulf to focus on art from Iran and from the Arab World, to represent a noted roster of artists and to work exclusively in the primary market.
The Wasp Room will be exhibiting new works by the artist Debra Swann, made during a three-week residency.
As the most popular cartoonist since the Second World War, Norman Thelwell’s work remains as relevant and as rib-tickling as ever.
Artists in China are packing up their studios in overpriced venues such as Beijing’s 798 art district and Shanghai’s M50.
When Mumbai recently came under terrorist attack, India’s art market had only just begun to contemplate the economic crisis. The signs had already started to appear.
The Israeli treasury approved in December an increase in the culture budget of 16m shekels (£3m) over three years.
The French government has allocated an extra €100m to the ministry of culture to spend on arts and museums.
Many sponsors have withdrawn quickly from the art field, and many people have lost jobs in the Moscow art scene, said Hans Knoll of Knoll Galerie Wien.
Beginning in 2010 there will be a major new adventure, and the artistic programme for the 2009 festival looks to be the strongest yet.
Art is its own reward, but it has always helped to have a generous patron.
Art fairs are now considered by some dealers to be more important than gallery sales, but they will need to adapt to weather the economic downturn.
The urge goes well beyond a mere lowering of expectations, and it has more to do with protecting self-image than with psychological conflicts rooted in early development, in the Freudian sense. Recent research has helped clarify not just who is prone to self-handicapping but also its consequences — and its possible benefits.
I heard on the radio that Waterford Wedgwood, makers of Britain's best-known ceramics, as well as Ireland's most famous crystal and glassware, was in the hands of receivers and, effectively, up for grabs.
A painting by Titian has sparked a political row after the Scottish Government confirmed it had pledged a "significant sum" towards its purchase.
It had 7,000 events, involving 10,000 artists and 60 premieres. But was Liverpool's year of culture a success? Alfred Hickling gives his verdict.
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