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Andy Warhol Eating a Hamburger

Andy Warhol Eating a Hamburger

Bullet Shih October 5, 2012 0

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Warhol Foundation to Unload Its Entire $100 Million of Andy’s work

Warhol Foundation to Unload Its Entire $100 Million of Andy’s work

Bullet Shih September 6, 2012 0

The New York Times has reported that The Andy Warhol Foundation has just agreed to divest itself of all artworks by Andy Warhol through a special agreement with Christie’s.  According to president Joel Wachs,

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Ben McLaughlin and Karl Francke at Heskin Contemporary

Ben McLaughlin and Karl Francke at Heskin Contemporary

Bullet Shih August 30, 2012 0

The two person show of realist painters Ben McLaughlin and Karl Francke at Heskin Contemporary provide the contrast of the personal with the impersonal. Brooklyn based artist Karl Francke produces technically superb and engaging

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$3 Million Bust of Benjamin Franklin Stolen from Pennsylvania Home

$3 Million Bust of Benjamin Franklin Stolen from Pennsylvania Home

Bullet Shih August 29, 2012 0

Philly.com has reported that a valuable bust of Benjamin Franklin done in 1778 has been stolen from a Bryn Mawr home. The bust was done by the famous French sculptor Jean-Antoine Houdon who met

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The Transfiguration of Jesus

The Transfiguration of Jesus

Bullet Shih August 23, 2012 0

The art related story that is taking the internet by storm involves an 80 year old woman in a small town near Zaragoza, Spain. Upset over the deterioration of the 100 year old fresco

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Breaking Point: Life Working in the Studio of Jeff Koons

Breaking Point: Life Working in the Studio of Jeff Koons

Bullet Shih August 22, 2012 0

The New York Times Magazine has an interesting piece written by a former studio assistant John Powers who worked for pop artist Jeff Koons in NYC.  Koons like other headline artists such as Damien

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