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Michael Buthe: "Four Seasons" 1980, Mixed media on cavnas, 170 x 130 x 50 cm, Be
The Stedelijk Museum voor Actuele Kunst (SMAK) in Amsterdam lit the touch-paper to the rebirth of the Cologne artist Michael Buthe with a retrospective in March 2015...


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New York, London Art Sales Lure Chinese Money, Christie’s Says

Jan. 12 (Bloomberg) -- Mainland Chinese are buying more art at Christie’s International’s auctions in New York and Europe as their purchases “rose significantly” last year using wealth produced by a growing economy, Christie’s said.

Jeffrey Deitch rescues Los Angeles Museum of Contemporary Art

Jan. 12 (Bloomberg) -- The Los Angeles Museum of Contemporary Art has done well to hire dealer Jeffrey Deitch as its new director. Here’s a place that can surely use more business savvy and panache.

Deitch has both. He’s an inspired choice.

Berlin on focus of the new Armory Show

The twelfth edition of The Armory Show marks another milestone for the fair with the introduction of Armory Focus, a new section that will feature an important art community every year and is premiering with Berlin.

Museum Brandhorst expects 250.000th Visitor

Munich, January 2010 - The Contemporary Art Museum Brandhorst opens the new year with a milestone in its young history: Next Tuesday  the 250.000th Visitor is expected in the house of the Bavarian State Painting Collection in Munich.

Future Generation Art Prize of 100.000 USD

The Future Generation Art Prize is a world-wide art prize of 100,000 USD.
Open to all artists up to the age of 35.
Online application starts from 18 January till 18 April 2010
at the website,

Artist Richard Wright won the Turner Prize

If you've not heard yet, last night, at Tate Britain, the artist Richard Wright won the Turner Prize. His art work, a stunning gold fresco taking up a wall of the gallery, is entirely unique and will be painted over on 3 January when the exhibition closes.

ABU DHABI ART: Strong sales at inaugural edition

ABU DHABI, UAE, 25 November, 2009 — Abu Dhabi Art, organised by Tourism Development & Investment Company (TDIC) and Abu Dhabi Authority for Culture and Heritage (ADACH), concluded its inaugural edition on 22 November, bringing to a close four remarkably successful days of exhibitions, programmes, events and art sales.

Sotheby’s Outguns Christie’s

Nov. 5 (Bloomberg) -- Sotheby’s Impressionist and modern art sale last night beat the company’s top estimate as sellers including Conde Nast chief S. I. Newhouse Jr. and investor Louis Reijtenbagh unloaded Giacomettis, Picassos and Renoirs.

Art Collectors Push Up Sales at London Fairs

Oct. 19 (Bloomberg) -- London’s art and design fairs closed last night with many dealers upbeat after achieving more sales than last year, even though buyers were taking their time and pressing for discounts.

Tate Acquires Exciting New Work at Frieze Art Fair

The following works have been acquired as gifts to the Tate Collection thanks to the The Outset /Frieze Art Fair Fund to benefit the Tate Collection: Alice Channer, See-Thru (2009) from The Approach, London; Zbigniew Libera, How to Train Little Girls (1987), from Raster, Warsaw; David Maljkovic, Images with their own Shadows (2008), from Annet Gelink, Amsterdam; Gareth Moore Neither