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Highlights from TEFAF New York

  The 67th Regiment Armory on the Upper East Side was buzzing on Friday afternoon.  The works range widely—from antiquities, rare books, and maps to vintage jewels, Asian ceramics, and scrolls, and even modern American paintings. The fair, which originated in the Netherlands in Maastricht, now takes place twice a year …

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AI-generated Artwork sold for $432,500

  In the first-ever auction of its kind, a painting created by AI has sold for nearly half a million dollars. According to Christie’s sold the piece titled the “Portrait of Edmond de Belamy” on Thursday to an anonymous buyer for $432,500. The auction house had initially estimated it would sell …

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A new smog-eating” mural appears in Rome

  A mural covering 1,000 sqm of the façade of a seven-story building in Rome has become Europe’s largest mural created with anti-pollution paint. The work, by artist Federico Massa (aka Iena Cruz), features a tricolored heron, an endangered species native to coastal areas of the Americas, According to …

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