Friday, 6 February 2009

Brit Art News in Pants

British PantsLast September Coxsoft Art News brought you Brit. Art News in Briefs (title link). At present it's too nippy here for that sort of thing, so here's Brit. Art News in Pants. (I promise a thong when it warms up.) Dreamspace creator Maurice Agis has appeared in Newcastle Crown Court to plead not guilty to charges of manslaughter (CLICK). J.M.W. Turner's The Temple of Jupiter Panellenius fetched £9.1 million ($12.9 million) at Sotheby's New York auction (CLICK). Tate Britain has agreed to lend China 80 paintings by J.M.W. Turner for an exhibition at The National Art Museum of China, Beijing, to open in April (CLICK). Polish artist Miroslaw Balka has been commissioned to fill Tate Modern's Turbine Hall with junk for The Unilever Series, from 13 October to 5 April 2010 (CLICK).


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