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Art is at the Center of a Bitter Divorce

Art collecting dynasties are a real thing, and so are their divorces. Up in battle is an $800 million dollar art collection between Libbie & David Mugrabi. Even some secrets about how the most elite of the art world do business are at risk. With unwavering friction between the two parties, The Supreme Courts in the USA are advising them to get creative and come up with a number.

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$19,000 Sculpture In Pieces

An art critic accidentally shatters a $19,000 sculpture and later exclaims, “I found it devoid of artistic attributes.” Avelina Lesper, a Mexican critic, already has a reputation for being controversial. Read the full article on the explosive events at the Zona Maco art fair by visiting the link.

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4.3 Million Dollar Thieves Sentenced to Prison

A 99% pure gold coin was stolen from the Bode Berlin museum by at the time juvenile thieves Ahmed & Wissam. Read about the giveaways that turned evidence into a four and a half year sentence.

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How the Art Industry is Dealing with the Coronavirus

Jijie, artist, and illustrator, along with 58 million people living in Hubai, China has not been able to leave his home. He is now telling his story visually by drawing in his diaries to keep a record of his experiences. What can art do? 

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From Struggling to Success - Gallery Owners Rise to the Top

Blum & Poe spent their first couple of years fine-tuning their roster of artists and most most most important NURTURING THE CAREERS of who are now some of the most exciting and famous artists on the planet. “It was a hard run, we were fucking broke forever.” Would they ever imagine that they would be here, 25 years later—a citadel in the middle of global capital, one of the biggest galleries in one of the world’s biggest art market towns? This happened at the exact same time: “Yeah I did,” said Blum, and Poe said, “No, I for sure didn’t.”

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