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The Bruce High Quality Foundation’s “Ode to Joy” at the Brooklyn Museum

by Corinna Kirsch on July 19, 2013
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The Bruces might not appeal to everyone, but their work is for everyone. Regrettably, the exhibition does not show this side of the Bruces, and it doesn’t do justice to the foundation’s varied projects, the more interesting of which cannot be represented in this, or possibly any, exhibition.

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Warhol-themed Perrier Bottles Are On The Way

by Ian Marshall and Clara Olshansky on June 17, 2013
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Reach for an Andy Warhol-themed bottle of Perrier this summer? Warhol will be featured in a limited-edition series of Perrier bottles to be released June 24th.

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Christie’s Blurs The Line Between Public and Private Collections

by Paddy Johnson on May 6, 2011
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Felix Salmon has a good post about the Warhol auction racket, if you can parse the Warhols. According to Salmon, seven same-sized large self-portraits exist, each painted in 1986. Christie’s claims  “[a]ll the other versions are in museums or in foundations open to the public”, but only four are easily traced to such institutions: one in the Guggenheim, one in Fort Worth, and two in Pittsburgh. Remaining is the one Christie’s will auction May 11, and one sold at Sotheby’s last year, and another, which was described by Sotheby’s last year as part of a private collection.

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