Last month Sotheby’s signed a "definitive" merger agreement to be acquired by BidFair USA, an entity wholly owned by the French-Israeli “media and telecom entrepreneur, as well as art collector”,…Read More
The New Bauhaus, founded in 1937 in Chicago, was the immediate successor to the German Bauhaus dissolved in 1933 under National Socialist pressure. Bauhaus ideology had a strong…Read More
There has been a tremendous amount of discussion in the popular press lately about photography's relationship with reality. The recent discovery that a Lebanese freelance photographer with more than a decade…Read More
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