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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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Mitchell-Innes and Nash

Mitchell-Innes & Nash

Lucy Mitchell-Innes and David Nash are the founders of this gallery, initially started as a private art consultancy and exhibition gallery. It specializes in featuring Impressionist, Modern, and Contemporary artists, while exclusively representing the estates of Jack Tworkov and Roy Lichtenstein. Mitchell-Innes and Nash offers many services to experienced and novice private collectors such as recommending suitable pieces for acquisition, market analysis of all fine art disciplines, and appraisals, just to name a few. 19th and 20th century paintings, drawings, and sculptures have been incorporated into its public exhibitions program, and many famous artists have displayed their works at this gallery.

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1018 Madison Avenue

New York, NY 10075

T 212 744-7400

F 212 744-7401

Hours: Monday- Friday 10am to 5pm

534 West 26th Street

New York, NY 10001

T 212 744-7400

F 212 744-7401

Email: info@miandn.com

Hours: Tuesday-Saturday 10am to 6pm