Rejecting calls for mercy, government lawyers say the art dealer was driven by “a desire to maintain her lavish lifestyle.”Read more
The gallery has been dusted for prints and police are on the case.
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Shalygina says that the political performance anticipated the yellow-vest protesters who are now threatening a run on France’s banks.Read more
The gang is accused of stealing the giant coin, smashing its bulletproof showcase and escaping using a skateboard and a wheelbarrow.
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Secondary market dealers say they risk suffering from “unfair competition,” and economists warn the change might be unfavorable to artists.
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What happens when high-stakes, multimillion-dollar art deals go awry.Read more
The judge dismissed her suit centered on allegations of slander, retaliation, and defamation.
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The former president says the news is an attempt to distract Argentinians from tax hikes.Read more
“Art Bastard” Robert Cenedella says his lawsuit is about “exposing the secrecy and insider dealing of the art world.”
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The artist hopes her action inspires other artists fearful of the government.
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