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Art Collection

 

a state, public, or private collection of aesthetically valuable works of art. In foreign countries the term “collection” is often the name or part of the name of a museum or museum complex.

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The City of San Diego launched its Civic Art Collection website (sdcivicartcollection.com/portals/civic-art-collection) in early November 2018.
The presentation at Art Basel in Basel will feature works from the UBS Art Collection that were part of an architectural intervention by Carlos Cruz-Diez at the former Union Bank of Switzerland building in Zurich in the 1970s.
Up until April last year, the Derek Williams Trust had spent more than PS6.6m in adding to both its own collection and in supporting the national art collection and art projects in Wales.
Oliver Barker, the chairman of Sotheby's Europe said: "David Bowie's personal art collection captured the imagination of the tens of thousands who visited our exhibitions and the hundreds who took part in our sale.
Most banks in the nation do not promote their art collections and only a few people know of them.
Coun Allan Andrews, deputy Tory leader, said: "With such a potentially valuable art collection the TURN TO PAGE TWO FROM PAGE ONE city council needs to seriously consider whether it wishes to continue to push the line of "cuts to services are necessary" whilst it sits on a fortune of art.
This will help those who want to build their own art collection, as they will be given recommendations based on their existing art collection and the artists they follow."
Google's Street Art collection features images and online exhibitions from museums and organizations around the world and is available on the Google Art Project.
Muscat: Bait Al Zubair Museum would be welcoming guests to view the art collection over the Eid holidays.
M2 EQUITYBITES-July 17, 2014-DTE Energy Foundation reports grant of USD5m in aid of DIA's art collection
The money is expected to help prevent steep cuts in pensioners' payments and save Detroit's world-class art collection, valued at up to $4.6 billion.
As a leader of a wealth-management firm, I am often asked why we sponsor an art collection. The simple response?