Art news from around the world: The galleries are back – the success and daring of Art Basel Miami Beach http://on.wsj.com/gNOn70 Who gets to decide? Seeking the balance between national policy and local appeal in a Russian city http://nyti.ms/gvPBuW International disapproval of public collections who sell works for anything other than care and further acquisition […]

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Agora Gallery is delighted to announce the publication of the 24th issue of ARTisSpectrum, our contemporary art magazine. A must-read for those who enjoy keeping up with events and artists around the world and in Chelsea in particular, this most recent edition reflects Agora’s distinctive personality by combining an international flavor with a focus on […]

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Art news from around the world: Boston’s new Museum of Fine Arts is a hit http://nyti.ms/bIcErX but its vision shows some weak points in our approach to art history http://lat.ms/cuUcGY The women of pop art gain some long-overdue recognition http://bit.ly/cK0dlG Where do you draw the line between an artist’s rights over their work and a […]

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Art news from around the world: Artworks deemed ‘degenerate’ by the Nazis and thought destroyed are discovered in Berlin http://yhoo.it/bwYI4q The old familiars sell like hot cakes while the new and edgy is still too much of a risk http://on.wsj.com/cdxBBl Sophisticated and unusual – the ‘art fair’ at Abu Dhabi and how it fits into […]

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News stories from around the world: The Paris buzz – where geography matters more than you’d think http://nyti.ms/anCziw Stolen nearly 40 years ago, a Degas appears at NY auction http://bit.ly/cLvgaQ Controversial Chinese artist Ai Weiwei on why they want to tear down the studio they encouraged him to build http://bit.ly/9LPbnK Success and censorship – the […]

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Agora Gallery is delighted to announce the eagerly-anticipated return of Nathan Sawaya, the artist who creates his remarkable sculptures entirely out of LEGO bricks. This new exhibition, RED, represents a new shift in the career of the internationally famous Sawaya, presenting his most recent works which enter fresh and original territory for both himself and […]

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News stories from around the world: A snapshot of British art as it is now http://bit.ly/cnH6yp As times change, will traditional tastes take over from contemporary art? http://bit.ly/b7dWOo LA is turning into a hot place for art – though the focus in firmly on the contemporary http://bit.ly/cAzrrU There’s a new art haven called SoHo – […]

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News stories from around the world: A U.S. gallery opens in France – Larry Gagosian takes on Paris http://yhoo.it/b48Prd Sign of the times? Arts funding to be cut by 30% in UK http://bit.ly/ciMyCf U.S. cultural diplomacy now officially includes visual artists http://nyti.ms/dcvXPW The scandal of the Brillo boxes – the 100 ‘originals’ which turned out […]

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