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President Obama visits Rijksmuseum Amsterdam
On the occasion of his official visit to the Netherlands for the Nuclear Security Summit on 24 and 25 March, President Obama of the United States visited the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam on Monday, the first ever visit by a serving US President to the museum.
Optimism reigns at Tefaf Maastricht 2014
The art market is truly global, the collectors that make the annual pilgrimage to TEFAF come from all over the world. They are discerning and knowledgeable and in order to satisfy their demands, TEFAF's specialist dealers had to find stock of the very highest quality.
The TEFAF Art Market Report 2014
The global art market outlook for 2014 is extremely bullish, according to the latest TEFAF Art Market Report published today by the European Fine Art Foundation.
Key Van Gogh painting on sale at Tefaf Maastricht
A painting that played a key role in making Vincent van Gogh internationally famous and which was later owned by the American millionaire on whom Ian Fleming modelled his arch-villain Goldfinger is to go on sale at TEFAF Maastricht, the world’s greatest art fair.
Basquiat Auction by Christie’s Is Postponed
The Estate of Jean-Michel Basquiat filed a complaint against Christie’s on 4 March, concerning its online sale “Jean-Michel Basquiat: Works From The Collection Of Alexis Adler”. The artist’s two sisters have accused the auction house of offering works for sale that have not been authenticated by the estate, and could therefore potentially be fakes.
Banksy Highlights Bloody Syria Milestone
A special art piece of the mysterious, but world-famous graffiti artist, Banksy, will be projected on the façade of the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam on Thursday evening, starting at 19:30, on the Museum square side. The huge projection will be visible for three hours.