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Postmodern Perfected: Is the Style of the '80s Making a Comeback?

by Judith Gura, Art+Auction • Interest in postmodern design has been building, with sources in the design world predicting a comeback for the style that was marked by equal parts hype and controversy during its ’80s heyday.
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Artist Dossier: Marcel Broodthaers

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Auctions

Largest Marilyn Monroe Memorabilia Collection Will Cross the Block in November

by Michelle Tay • The collection amassed by David Gainsborough-Roberts, which comprises film costumes, personal gowns and clothing, jewelry, and property owned by Monroe, as well as original photographs and film posters, will go under the hammer at Julien’s Auctions in Beverly Hills on November 19.
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Auctions

Nelson Mandela, Tan Swie Hian Paintings to Sell at Bonhams Hong Kong

by Mark Beech • The South African leader’s image of handcuffed arms breaking free was reworked by Singaporean artist Tan Swie Hian. He produced six of the the “Nelson Mandela Unity Series” being offered in Hong Kong on May 29, 2016.
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Fairs

La Biennale des Antiquaires 2016 Unveils Exhibitors List; Up 30%

by Sonia Kolesnikov-Jessop • The organizers of Biennale des Antiquaires, taking place on September 10 through 18, said the initial list of exhibitors shows numbers up around 30 percent on the 2014 edition, thanks in part to the inclusion of many exhibitors of Paris Tableau, which is merging with the prestigious antiques fair.
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