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  • MFAMA exhibits artworks of affirmative character of various kind. Emphasis lies in reflecting the art economy or artworks interacting with any kind of market. MFAMA franchises virtually content or meaning of artworks or patterns of symbols, brands, ideas, interactions and people that make up and endorse artworks, declared marketable or unmarketable, which end up being applicable for collective brand value augmentation.

     

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Paintings for Ants

by Dion
I love these works by the South African artist Lorraine Loots. She started out back in 2013 doing a painting a day for a whole year which became the 3...

Wearable Sculpture Because Clothes are so Yesterday

by Dion
Tired of looking like all the other sheep in boring old textile clothes? You might be interested in wearable wooden sculpture! American artist Tracy F...

Frank Gehry’s Brown Paper Bag

by Dion
It has been nicknamed the Brown Paper Bag after the governor general Peter Cosgrove called it the most beautiful squashed paper bag he had ever seen a...

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The Pyramid of Collectors Willing to Spend $5m or More

by Marion Maneker
Enid Tsui is a tough customer. Her assessment of new book by a former auction house executive—”It doesn’t reveal any real secrets”—m...

Indian Art Bought for $75k in 90s, Yields $2.3m

by Marion Maneker
Eagle-eyed Colin Gleadell has a great item today following up on Sotheby’s unexpectedly successful New York Modern and Contemporary South Asian ...

We May Be Missing the Point of Christie’s Calendar Changes

by Marion Maneker
This commentary on the auction calendar is available to AMMpro subscribers. Subscribers get the first month free on monthly subscriptions. Feel free t...

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    • BAWAG Foundation
    • Deutsche Bank Art
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    • Prada
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