Wonder What the Painting Brad Pitt Bought Looks Like?

June 10, 2009 · Print This Article

Brad Pit Basel09Wonder what the painting Brad Pitt bought looks like? Well search no farther, the Oil on Canvas by Neo Rauch entitled “Etappe” which sold for just under 1 Million USD is pictured below. I know there are strong feelings on either side of the fence with this but the early narrative on Basel this year seems to focus on “Buy! Cause everything’s on sale and Europe hasn’t seen a fire sale like this since Dresden.” This only continues that take.

Neo Rauch's "Etappe"

Neo Rauch's Etappe

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Africa Covered like Never Before

June 10, 2009 · Print This Article

Africa covered a cappella has been done many times but never like this. Includes a cappella rainstorm in the beginning.

Extreme LED Art with Sheep

June 9, 2009 · Print This Article

Episode 197: Mark Francis

June 7, 2009 · Print This Article

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Mark Francis
This week Duncan and Christian Kuras talk to YBA artist Mark Francis, all the way from London. Duncan is not afraid to commit to go the distance to get an interview. [Read more]

Attempted Murder of Australian Painter Cameron Sparks

June 3, 2009 · Print This Article

Cameron Sparks

Sydney artist Cameron Sparks, 78, is being operated on in Royal North Shore Hospital after his 41-year-old neighbour allegedly attacked him in the backyard of one of their houses at Waverton. The latest reports are that his alleged attacker Peter Grayson, 41, was refused bail at Manly Local Court and has claimed to be suffering from paranoid schizophrenia at the time of the attack.

Mr. Sparks is in critical care and has recently gotten out of the OR.

Mr Sparks regularly showed his watercolours at the prestigious Macquarie Galleries, which has since closed. He also compiled a catalogue of the work of Australian artist David Davies.

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