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TOM HARDY’S FINAL STUDIO SALE

Berkeley's Golden Bear, sculpture by Tom Hardy

A Heights Estate Sale will be bringing to the public the 3 day Studio Sale of artist Tom Hardy. One of the region’s most accomplished artists will be opening the doors of his massive warehouse studio and selling the ENTIRE contents. Hundreds of paintings, drawings, prints, sculptures, a massive book collection, furniture, a huge selection of tools and supplies, staging and lighting, oddities as well as the vast collection of art and antiques Tom has acquired throughout his life and career.

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Rogue Gallery & Art Center celebrates 51 years in the region

Rogue Gallery and Art Center

Celebrating its 51st year of inspiring visual arts in Southern Oregon, the Rogue Gallery & Art Center is hosting its Annual Benefit Auction and Dinner on Saturday, September 10, 2011. This fun-filled, “ARTrageous” event will take place at Kids Unlimited in Medford, Oregon (821 N. Riverside), beginning at 5PM. All proceeds raised will support visual arts education for all ages and art exhibitions for artists in the Rogue Valley and beyond.

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Art Collection Could Prove Shrewd Investment for Lehman Brothers

Major Publishing Awards for Étant donnés Catalogue

Posted at the blog of the Philadelphia Museum of Art: August 2, 2010, 2:45PM Marcel Duchamp: Étant donnés, at the annual conference of the Art Libraries Society of North America (ARLIS/NA) in Boston on April 23, 2010. This past spring, the catalogue that accompanied the intriguing and acclaimed 2009 exhibition Marcel Duchamp: Étant donnés was honored with two prestigious art publishing prizes; the George Wittenborn Memorial Book Award and the Association of Art Museum Curators 2009 award for Outstanding Catalogue for a Permanent Collection. Both reflect the superb quality of the publication in terms of its vigorous scholarship, fresh presentation, layout, design, and production.

The catalogue, by curator Michael Taylor with members of the Museum’s Conservation staff, contains a wealth of unprecedented exploration; information not simply previously unpublished, but previously unknown. As AAMC Permanent Collection Jury Chair Andrew J. Walker says, it “demonstrates that understanding the genesis, construction, installation and

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