Archive for July, 2009

Boston International Fine Art Show (BIFAS)

. July 31, 2009

Fusco & Four Public Relations and Marketing will be celebrating its 13th anniversary producing the Boston International Fine Art Show (BIFAS) November 12-15, 2009. The show is a perfect complement to Fusco & Four ‘s 30 years of public relations and marketing services in the arts and antiques industry, and roster of clients that includes […]

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Spider-Man Comic Highlights Dallas Heritage Auction

. July 31, 2009

Not too long ago, the only vintage comics that could bring prices above $50,000 were all from the “Golden Age” of the World War II era. In the meantime, however, the nicest copies of some comics from the Baby Boomer generation have cleared that hurdle quite easily. Case in point: a comic that barely made […]

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Rare Chinese Gold Coins on Display at the World’s Fair of Money in Los Angeles

. July 30, 2009

The largest public display ever assembled in the United States of huge, modern, certified Chinese gold coins will be exhibited at the American Numismatic Association World’s Fair of Money, August 5 – 9, 2009, in West Hall A of the Los Angeles, California Convention Center, 1201 S. Figueroa. The event is open to the public. […]

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Recent Acquisitions Span Millennia in Exhibition of Asian Art at the Cantor Arts Center

Recent Acquisitions Span Millennia in Exhibition of Asian Art at the Cantor Arts Center

. July 29, 2009

Cantor Arts Center at Stanford University announces the forth and final exhibition in the yearlong “Passion for Collecting” series, highlighting the museum’s acquisitions from the past decade. The exhibition “From the Bronze Age of China to Japan’s Floating World,” on view July 29 through October 18, 2009, presents works from many eras and broad geography, […]

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X Marks the Spot: Our Region in Five Centuries of Maps at The Columbus Museum

. July 28, 2009

Drawing on the rich holdings of the Hoole Special Collections Library at the University of Alabama, this exhibition will feature a selection of maps that chart the development of the Chattahoochee Valley over the course of five centuries. On display will be maps from the Hoole Library as well as the Columbus Museum’s growing collection, […]

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