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Marketplace Morning Report

Bubble fears as Chinese buyers bid up art prices

by Rob Schmitz Feb 9, 2012
Rich Chinese buyers are bidding up global art prices. But as some buy for investment rather than artistic merit, there are fears of a bubble.

Damien Hirst kicks off latest mega art sale

by Stacey Vanek Smith Jan 12, 2012
British artist Hirst made millions in a 2008 auction. His latest marketing drive features a global gallery sale of his “Spot Paintings.”
An employee looks at the artwork 'Hydroquinone, 2006', part of the artist Damien Hirst's exhibition 'The Complete Spot Paintings' at the Gagosian Gallery on Jan. 12, 2012 in London, England. The exhibition is taking place in 11 locations across the world, with more than 300 paintings created by the artist lent to the Gargosian gallery by private individuals and public institutions.
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Daily Pulse

Art investors see big gains

by Joel Patterson Jan 9, 2012
The high-end art market smoked traditional investing in 2011.
Codebreaker

You know that Old Man With a Beard?

by Marc Sanchez Dec 5, 2011
No, not Santa.
Codebreaker

Go grab your Google Goggles, get to the Getty

by John Moe Jun 28, 2011
The Getty Museum in Los Angeles is now Android enabled. You can take a picture of a painting in the permanent collection from the free Google...
News In Brief

Guggenheim to use 100,000 dollar bills for art

by Tess Vigeland May 4, 2011
Sometimes a dollar is just a dollar. And sometimes that greenback is a work of art. That's what the dollar -- 100,000 of them, actually -- will ...
Codebreaker

3 in 4 Americans engaged in the arts when technology is factored in

by John Moe Feb 25, 2011
Researchers have taken a data mining dive into a 2008 survey and come up with some pretty remarkable results. The 2008 Survey of Public...

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Is this art? The Smithsonian gets into gaming

by Katharine Crnko Feb 22, 2011
Beginning March 16, 2012, The Smithsonian Institute will celebrate the art of video games. The exhibit at the Smithsonian American Art Museum wil...
Codebreaker

Twitter + photography = art

by John Moe Sep 30, 2010
Artists Nate Larson and Marni Shindelman take location data from Twitter tweets, go to the place where the tweet originated and photograph it, and...
News In Brief

MID-DAY UPDATE: Shareholders say yes to United + Continental ...

by Bill Radke Sep 17, 2010
... What the merger means for flyers FDA mulls genetically-modified salmon London Fashion Week still pays off Art world finds a new market onli...