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Edvard Munch’s ‘The Scream’ sold for $119.9m


By Alex Jones Edvard Munch’s ‘The Scream’ has become the most expensive artwork sold at auction after it was bought for an eye-watering $119.9m (£74m) by an unnamed telephone bidder at Sotheby’s in New York. Bidding lasted just 12 minutes as seven wealthy collectors competed for the Norweigian’s iconic work. Created in 1895, the pastel is one […]

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Art world mourns Antoni Tapies


By Naila Missous, Barcelona Avant-garde and Catalonian artist Antoni Tapies passed away at the age of 88 on Monday in his home town of Barcelona. No further details have been released about his death but it has been reported that Tapies was in poor health for some time. Considered as one of the grand exponents […]

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Oh Marc: ASA Pull Marc Jacobs Latest Ad Campaign For Being “Sexually Provocative”

By Natalie Clark Marc Jacobs has enough media savvy to know how to grab the public’s attention. Since he first exploded onto the runway with his controversial grunge collection for Perry Ellis, he has not been one to follow the crowd. His ad campaigns have long been courting controversy. From stashing Posh Spice in a […]

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The Rolling Stones Hint At Reunion

The legendary Rolling Stones may mark the 50th anniversary of their first live show in London next year with a special gig. The band is being increasingly cagey about the subject though. Ronnie Wood said on the reunion rumours: “I just hope we can play live.” Guitarist Keith Richards has been quoted as saying that the band will […]

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Murphy Quits as Oscar Host

Comedian and actor Eddie Murphy has resigned from hosting the Oscars. His decision comes a day after producer of the Oscars, Brett Ratner,  resigned over the use of a homophobic term. Ratner said “rehearsals are for fags” during a Q&A session for his new film, Tower Heist. Famed for directing the Rush Hour trilogy, staring […]

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The Louboutin’s Not Made For Walking

Christian Louboutin’s latest creation is bound to create some sore toes. The designer famous for creations with big heels and red soles has designed something to make even the most prima ballerina squirm.   Christian Louboutin’s latest heeled ballet pumps and Nicolas Kirkwood’s  Alice in Wonderland exhibition. The shoes are inspired by a ballerinas most important accessory and were created by the […]

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Northern Ireland to Celebrate in Style During the 2012 Olympics

Belfast plans to end their four-year Cultural Olympiad project with the London 2012 Festival. The festival will occur during the London Olympic Games next summer. The 12 week epic aims to enjoy the arts in their entirety. Despite the sporting games not being held in Ireland, it still plans to celebrate by displaying some of […]

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Selective Market Revealed as Picasso and Degas Work Fails to Sell

Works by Picasso barely reached half of what was expected in Christies New York auction on Tuesday, and only just over one-third of the 82 pieces on offer were sold. Amongst the collection on display were two Giacomettis paintings that were estimated to sell at £7.2m each, as well as two Picasso works which looked […]

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