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Location: Lowndes Shakespeare Center in Loch Haven Park
Location: Southeast Museum of Photography
Celebration of Geometric Art
Location: Leepa-Rattner Museum of Art
Location: Santa Fe Community College
Narrative: Marden, Fitzpatrick, Stella, Warhol
Location: Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens
Location: Tallahassee Little Theatre
John & Tim Rice's AIDA
Location: The Arts Center at Okaloosa-Walton College
& Keys 55th
Annual All Florida Juried Competition and Exhibition
Location: Boca Raton Museum of Art
Location: Florida Studio Theatres Keating Theatre
Paintings May Be Sold for $140 Million, Art Sellers Say
Four Gustav Klimt paintings, including three landscapes and a portrait,
``Adele Bloch-Bauer II,'' may be sold this year for $140 million
or more, said art dealers -- and auctioneers who have been competing
for the job. The
four paintings, owned by Bloch-Bauer heirs, may be auctioned or
sold privately, according to their lawyer. The value can be gauged
from Austria's statement in February that it wouldn't pay the $300
million asking price for the family's five Klimt works. The cosmetics
magnate Ronald S. Lauder bought the fifth, known as ``Golden Adele,''
for $135 million this month.
ENGLAND - An historic wall painting nicknamed the Mona Lisa
of the West is to be put on display in the Bishops Palace
in Wells this September. Delegates attending a two-day conference
on September 11 and 12 will be given a rare glimpse of the lady
in the Virgins tower as part of the 800th anniversary celebrations
of the building.
Webber May Get $60 Million for Picasso's `Angel' Portrait
Andrew Lloyd Webber, the impresario and composer best known for
"The Phantom of the Opera'' musical, will sell a Pablo Picasso
painting for as much as $60 million in November, Christie's International
said. The 1903 portrait from Picasso's so-called blue period, ``Angel
Fernandez de Soto,'' is owned by Lloyd Webber's charitable foundation
and he won't personally make any gains from the Nov. 8 sale at Christie's
in New York, the auction house said in a statement. The painting
shows Picasso's friend seated at a Barcelona cafe table shrouded
in tobacco smoke.
month's featured artists is Poet, Playwright, and Performer -
Carl Hancock Rux. Carl
Hancock Rux is a multi-disciplinary writer selected by the New
York Times Magazine as One of Thirty Artists Under The
Age of Thirty Most Likely To Influence Culture Over The Next Thirty
Years (New York Times, 1994) and featured on the cover of
The Village Voice as one of Eight Writers on The Verge
Of (Impacting) The Literary Landscape... (Village Voice, June,
month's Lifetime Achievement Spotlight
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