Monthly:January 2016

Daily Telegraph, 26th January 2016

Daily Telegraph, 26th January 2016 January 26, 2016 26th January  2016 by Colin Gleadell, Art Market News We all know that wealthy Chinese have developed a taste for Impressionist paintings, but what are they looking for in Western contemporary art? A Sotheby’s auction in Hong Kong last week that was testing the market for western art suggests that subtle conceptualism is certainly not their thing. Top price was £493,000 for a large, rotund bronze horse by the crowd-pleasing Fernando Botero, and […]

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Menton official wishes for the 2016

Menton official wishes for the 2016 15 Gennaio, 2016 Ulysse par Anna Chromy RETOUR À ITHAQUE Ulysse, dernier héros du théâtre antique du sculpteur Anna Chromy, inspiré de son amour de la mythologie, a rejoint dans la lumière de la ville de Menton, face à cette Méditerranée d’où il a jailli, son Ithaque… Ulysse éternel voyageur accompagnait l’imaginaire d’Anna Chromy, peut-être même sans qu’elle en soit totalement consciente, depuis le jour où elle allait à cinq ans entreprendre le long […]

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Artdaily, January 2016

Artdaily, January 2016 January 3, 2016 LONDON.- Leading Chinese art curators and VIPs have been full of praise for the sculptures and pictures of Anna Chromy, currently being exhibited in Beijing. Anna is best known in Britain for the sculpture of three athletes that stood outside the athletes village at the 2012 Olympic Games in London, where the Chinese first saw her work. In 2012 the President of the British Olympic Committee, Lord Moynihan, invited Anna to design the sculpture […]

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