Art prices

‘WIN’ buttons sound like a terrible hedge against inflation, but here’s what they say about the battle against rising prices

Soaring inflation stirs memories of the 1970s, but does little to increase the value of a political memory that is an artefact of an ill-fated struggle against rising prices. Art Hogan said he rushed last month to find a “Whip Inflation Now” or WIN button. The chief market strategist at …

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In the world of small-wheel drive

For those privileged few collectors of premier classic cars like the Aston Martin DB5 and Bugatti Type 35, there is very little left to conquer when it comes to automotive collectibles. With prices for these cars ranging from £ 500,000 to £ 5million, these valuable assets are usually passed between …

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Stereoscopy: Brian May Celebrates “The Dawn of 3D” | Brian may

It all started with gift cards inside boxes from Weetabix and the ability to send a plastic 3D viewer, priced at one and six pence. For Brian May, a 10-year-old who would go on to become a rock superstar with Queen, the result was a fascination with stereoscopy. This week, …

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Your money: the art of speculative trading and its tools

In the stock market, bulls take long positions in anticipation of rising prices. Their philosophy is to buy low and sell high. The bears are taking short positions, in anticipation of the price drop. Eventually, one of them will be right, while the other will have to accept a loss. …

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Edmonds Art Beat: Broadway Revival in Edmonds Heights, Author Event at Edmonds Bookstore

Edmonds Heights Performing Arts presents four days of All together now! After nearly two years, Edmonds Heights Performing Arts will be back on stage for a Broadway revue for all ages. All together now takes place November 12-15 with daytime and evening performances, giving our community the chance to enjoy …

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Canada’s largest donation to an art gallery planned for the new Vancouver Art Gallery building

A monumental donation to the Vancouver Art Gallery (VAG) to cover the cost of building its new home in Larwill Park in downtown Vancouver will be announced in less than 24 hours. VAG says it will host an event on Thursday to announce details and proceed with the “signing of …

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Have you noticed that there is a shortage of paint?

Amid global shortages of paint and painting supplies, artists are finding it harder and more expensive to get the pigments they want. As with other industries, paint manufacturers around the world have struggled with supply chain and personnel issues since the start of the COVID pandemic. But another preventable “force …

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Simon de Pury unveils his little black book of hotels and restaurants where art is on the menu

Each month in The Hammer, art industry veteran Simon de Pury lifts the veil on his life as the ultimate art world insider, his connections with celebrity and his invaluable understanding of the inner workings of the market. art. Just in time for its 90th anniversary, the legendary Waldorf Astoria …

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Strauss Studios offers personalized, art-inspired furniture and interior design

CANTON – A vibrant mural greets visitors to Strauss Studios as soon as they enter the characterful brick building on Walnut Avenue NE in downtown Canton. The imaginative aquatic scene is a precursor to a furniture boutique and art gallery combo that’s anything but ordinary. Open at 236 Walnut Ave. …

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What’s Working: Art Soup fundraiser to help feed hundreds of families

MOBILE, Alabama (WKRG) – In tonight’s What’s Working, the COVID-19 rush isn’t over for a local pantry. The Central Presbyterian Church feeds hundreds of families a week. Before the pandemic, they fed around 80 families per week. Now they feed 800 families in their pantries while driving. “They have lost …

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