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Citing Intolerance, Ai Weiwei is Leaving Berlin

August 23rd, 2019

Claiming that German society has become intolerant of refugees, Ai Weiwei is leaving his home in Berlin for Cambridge. “Europe was a civilised, modern society which was supposed to uphold humanism, democracy, freedom and human rights,” he says. “Europe may no longer remain Europe beyond geography.”
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Entertainment Unions Show “Deep Concern” Over Decline in Arts Journalism

August 23rd, 2019

Entertainment unions have published an open letter decrying the decline in arts journalism and its impact on the creative industries.  “Having a properly funded arts media is vital to supporting theatre, film and TV productions, ensuring that we celebrate the UK as a centre for the creative industries and to encourage people to get involved in the arts either as writers, directors, producers, performers, behind the scenes workers, patrons and audience members,” the letter reads.
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Christie’s to Auction Collection of Theatre Producer Terry Allen Kramer

August 22nd, 2019

This fall, Christie’s in New York will auction off more than 260 pieces of art and design from the collection of philanthropist and theater producer Terry Allen Kramer. The collection “reflects the spirit of adventure and sense of fun she was legendary for, spanning the best of modern art from the late-19th to mid-20th centuries,” says Max Carter, the head of Christie’s Impressionist and modern art department.
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REFERENCE LIBRARY

Marlborough

40 W 57th Street
New York, NY 10019

545 W 25th Street
New York, NY 10011

6 Albemarle Street
London W1S 4BY

Orfila, 5
28010 Madrid

Quai Antoine 1er
MC 98000, Monaco

Nueva Costanera 3723
Vitacure, Santiago, Chile

212-541-4900
212-541-4948

Marlborough was initially founded in London in 1946 by Frank Lloyd and Harry Fischer. Since then, the gallery has opened locations in New York, Madrid, Monaco and Chile, further expanding its scope into the international contemporary art scene.