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Making art out of the housing crisis

Aug 14, 2013
A new art exhibit in Los Angeles looks at the history of housing in America and how our views on the home have changed over time.
Posted In: art, housing crisis, museum
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Detroit art sale: Museum ready to fight

Aug 8, 2013
The city of Detroit has brought in Christie's to appraise its art collection to help bail the city out of its $18 billion debt.
Posted In: Detroit, art, museum
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Can you buy fine art online?

Aug 6, 2013
Amazon launches a fine art Marketplace, but will any reputable dealers use it?
Posted In: Amazon, art, ebay
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Going once, going twice: The business of auctions

Jul 16, 2013
Business is good at Christie's and a recovery in the art market has a lot to do with that.
Posted In: auctions, art
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The art in Walmart: A painter turns his canvas on store aisles

Jul 16, 2013
Meet Brendan O'Connell, Walmart artist -- or at least the mega retailer is his muse. O'Connell has taken to painting the things you can find the big-box store and the people who roam its aisles.
Posted In: Walmart, art, painting, Retail
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Manic Mondays at the Met museum in NYC?

Jul 1, 2013
The Metropolitan Museum of Art opens permanently on Monday for the first time in 42 years.
Posted In: art, museums, New York, New York City
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In health care reform, art keeps patients in the picture

Jun 27, 2013
Local artist Regina Holliday has recruited a walking gallery of story tellers to make sure patients get as much attention as profits
Posted In: Obamacare, hospitals, doctors, art
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Latin American art draws in millions at auction

May 30, 2013
Latin American art has been selling briskly at Sotheby's and Christie's auctions this month. What's drawing all the money and attention?
Posted In: Latin America, art
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Detroit mulls auctioning art masterpieces to pay debt

May 27, 2013
A fight over city jewels brews as the emergency manager of Detroit wants to appraise masterpieces from the Detroit Institute of Arts.
Posted In: Detroit, art, bankruptcy, Michigan
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Billionaire Steven Cohen buys a Picasso: Vanity or investment?

Mar 28, 2013
Hedge fund billionaire Steven Cohen has just bought himself another painting -- this time a Picasso -- for $155 million.
Posted In: art, investment

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