why is the art market so attractive to fraudsters?

If the seemingly drawn-out fraud trials and antiquity trafficking charges weren’t enough to keep the art world on its toes, this fall saw the arrest of yet another suspected con artist, who had apparently he enjoyed the high life at the top of the market. In early October, Indian antiques …

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Our guide on how to celebrate Delaware Beach vacations

Christmas decorations are on the increase and the holiday cheer is spreading quickly to coastal communities in Delaware. If you are visiting the beaches or living in one of the resort towns this season, you might need a reminder of all the festive activities going on – from tours with …

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Hit-Monkey Composer Daniel Rojas on Musical Themes, Industry Trends and La La Land [Interview]

So what’s next on your plate? Is there anything you can share? The following weeks weren’t that crazy because “Kipo”, “MODOK”, “Hit-Monkey” and a few other things I did were all back-to-back. So I haven’t had a big break for a while. So I take a little time to update …

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Saga, Daredevil, X-Men and more • AIPT

It’s that time of year again: the holidays are just around the corner and it’s time to find the perfect gift for your loved one. This is a particularly painful challenge when it comes to buying manga and comics simply given the sheer volume of titles. This is why the …

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Lubaina Himid at Tate Modern – a Hogarth for today

“Freedom and Change” by Lubaina Himid © Photo: Tate (Matt Greenwood) The first piece in Lubaina Himid’s joyous exhibition at Tate Modern is an absurd beach scene. In 1984 Himid reinvented Picasso’s classic “Two Women Running” as a pair of black lesbian lovers, hands entwined, rushing through a pink curtain. …

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11 carnation tattoo ideas for your next floral body art

Depending on its color, a carnation can symbolize anything from gratitude (pink) to love and affection (red). It is no wonder that the floral design is such a popular tattoo design for ink lovers. “Carnation tattoos are usually very sentimental or of great significance to the client,” says tattoo artist …

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Wagner: Northwest Iowa Symphony Orchestra is back in force | Opinion

The Northwest Iowa Symphony Orchestra is back in full force and the ensemble’s first concert on Tuesday night was wonderfully brilliant. The orchestra appears to be slightly larger than it was before the COVID-19 pandemic. The scene of the show was a sea of ​​men in tuxedos and women in …

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Marvel Comics Teases X Live Of Wolverine and X Deaths Of Wolverine As A Perilous Time Mission!

Marvel Comics Teases X Live Of Wolverine and X Deaths Of Wolverine As A Perilous Time Mission! Marvel Reports. To save Mutantkind Wolverine embarks on a dangerous mission through time Benjamin Percy, Joshua Cassara, Federico Vicentini and Adam Kubert launch nested series, “X Lives of Wolverine” and “X Deaths of …

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GCU exhibition of paintings by Sadequain

LAHORE: Distinguished painter and art historian Dr Ajaz Anwar opened an art gallery at GCU’s art history department with an exhibition of paintings by Sadequain. The opening ceremony was delivered by Sadequain’s nephew, Sultan Ahmad, who donated the prints of the paintings to the gallery’s permanent collection. Sultan Ahmad pointed …

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Google Doodle pays tribute to Creole composer Edmond Dede on the occasion of his 194th birthday

Google Doodle on Saturday November 20 marked the 194th anniversary of the birth of classical Creole musician and composer Edmond Dede. Dede was born in New Orleans, Louisiana, United States on November 20, 1827 and died on January 5, 1903. His composition “My Poor Heart” from the year 1851 remains …

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