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Articles from Art Business News (March 1, 2004)

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A jet-set event helps sales take off: a top-flight gallery teams up with a private jet company to pick up new clients. Janes, Erika Rasmusson 978
A recently discovered letter written by Vincent Van Gogh discusses his father's grief over a stillborn son, who was also named Vincent. Brief Article 103
Art and frame source launches new division. Brief Article 127
Art buyers respond to the luxury experience: in today's economic climate, catering to high-end customers makes good business sense. Tarateta, Maja 2070
Art fairs collaborate on educational programs. Brief Article 230
Art on the airwaves: a bevy of art-based TV shows are opening viewers' eyes to the artists in their communities. Lyons, Jessica 1898
Artist Lori Faye Bock's piece chosen for American Humane's National Tag Day. Brief Article 150
Artist Robin Antar exhibits sculptures of 'everyday' items. 206
Artist Vicki McMurry signs book deal. Brief Article 193
Artists blur reality at Los Angeles photo fair. Meyers, Laura 1367
Artists' Visions of God presented in group show. Brief Article 172
Bentley signs John Haskins. Brief Article 102
Blood gives life to works by Jordan Eagle. Brief Article 111
Bradley and MacDonald hold sculpt-off. Brief Article 307
Building a business, brick by brick: Des Moines, Iowa-based Tamdem Brick Gallery blends art, framing and a sense of community. Rose, Cedric 1092
Celebrity photography clicks with collectors: while photographs of famous stars are a constant hit with collectors, vintage, black-and-white images of classic icons dominate the market. Keller, Julie 2146
Christopher Hauck shows paintings in 'isolated' series. Brief Article 217
Considering art leasing: adding an art leasing option to a gallery's services can open the door to a new group of clients. Stephens, Craig 1384
D-Roller. 120
Divine intervention: with talent and not a little faith, artist Manuel Nunez has found a way to blend the spiritual and the corporeal in his allegorical artwork. Sherman, Jenny 1311
Drytac introduces new hanging hardware. Brief Article 102
Dubbed "a modern Michelangelo" by King of Pop Michael Jackson, Brett Livingstone-Strong has developed a following among dozens of celebrities, including Jimmy Stewart and Muhammad Ali. Brief Article 124
Edna Hibel opens new Florida gallery. Brief Article 221
EGPF holds annual Education Festival. Brief Article 113
Ellen Dreibelbis. Brief Article 160
Environmental mural completed by Peter Pettegrew. Brief Article 188
EuroSign EuroStand and GraphicStand. 106
Fernando Rangel debuts at [SOLO]. Brief Article 103
Festival selects artist Linda Pirri's image for official poster. Brief Article 229
Florida Craftsmen gallery expands. Brief Article 170
Framing outside the lines: welcome to the world of "extreme framing," where custom framers create extraordinary frames for their most daring customers. Bisoux, Tricia 2125
Framing prodigy sets up shop. Brief Article 189
Framing Training School Guide. 2125
Fred charms a customer with pillow talk. Schneider, Fred 390
Grand Image and Bentley strike poster partnership. 615
Gustavo De Los Rios. Brief Article 161
Imagination Press acquires Storyopolis. Brief Article 276
Infringed or infringer? That's the question. Kaufman, Joshua 1410
Jim Dine Exhibition displays new subjects. Brief Article 229
Kinkade completes acquisition of Media Arts Group. Brief Article 560
Kristine Kadlec. Brief Article 137
Latin art strikes salsa beat with Hispanics: the buzz in marketing circles is the growing Hispanic population. But how does this community respond to art? Hagan, Debbie 2451
Lithography display offers snapshot of plains Indians culture. Brief Article 209
Long Island City becomes an unlikely arts enclave. Mehta, Julie 991
Louisville artist turns his studio into an art gallery. 331
Main Street--Daytona. Advertisement 121
Marco Fine Arts signs pop artist Nelson De La Nuez. Brief Article 142
Market hungry for food & drink art: foodie culture gives birth to a new generation of culinary artists. Zimmerman, Karla 1391
Mexico revealed as an art epicenter in exhibit. Brief Article 264
Miami opens its doors to international art world. Rogers, Ann Gurley 1207
Moulding in the mountains: Blue Ridge Moulding enhances business with added services. King, Carol Company Profile 824
Munson Graphics releases three new posters for the Amon Carter Museum. Brief Article 285
New Era introduces Advantage Line portfolio. Brief Article 219
New Web site links to art-related offerings and events. Brief Article 112
Northampton artist/author Mordicai Gerstein wins Caldecott Award. Brief Article 108
Online art gallery revenues surge by 225 percent. Brief Article 234
palmbeachcontemporary 2004 boasts successful event. Brief Article 297
Parisian art market faces uncertain future: a sour economy and lack of private funding affect French galleries and artists. Hanson, Doug 1423
Philippa Katz joins Porter Design USA. Brief Article 213
Picture gallery. 789
Poems Art Publishing hires Susan Fields. Brief Article 182
Poverty and paradise in Cuba: Cuban art reveals the constant conflict between its country's island beauty and its isolated struggle. Today, collectors are sampling a little of both. Meyers, Laura 2383
Priceless treasures leave Forbidden City for Chicago. Brief Article 316
Rabbinical inspiration. Benzaquen, Elie Letter to the Editor 118
Remembering through art and geraniums. Leibrock, Amy Brief Article 272
Rosenbaum to represent Richard Yarde. Brief Article 156
Rosenstiel's expands two catalogs. Brief Article 171
Sculpture solutions. Broadhurst, Judy Letter to the Editor 192
Several museums are changing more than their inventory. Brief Article 114
Show dates. Calendar 668
Side Roads introduces new serigraphs by Clemens Briels, plus new artists. Brief Article 196
Some important acquisitions have taken place in recent months at museums around the country and world. Brief Article 176
Soni Wallace. Brief Article 140
Sotheby's. Brief Article 101
Spotlight on Portal Publications. King, Carol 950
Steve Rapp celebrates 15 years with Framerica. Brief Article 114
Studio 314 opens in Houston's heights district. Brief Article 165
T.I. Industries announces promotion and new hire. Brief Article 182
TEFAF descends on Netherlands in March. Brief Article 114
The personal business of branding. Fey, Lynn 1068
The Rosen Group opens online discussion board for craft industry. Brief Article 168
The U.S. Customs Art Fraud Investigation Center, which was set up in 2000 to track and seize stolen art, has been incorporated into the Department of Homeland Security, according to The Art Newspaper. Brief Article 140
The wit and wisdom of a retailing giant: use the wise words of the late Stanley Marcus to help make the right decisions for your gallery. Raphel, Murray 1205
Tom Mielko publishes book of 'romantic' work. 205
Tru Vue hosts 'Framer's Think Tank'. 376
Two English artists have discovered their very own splendor in the grass. Brief Article 101
Value Select Media. 111
Visionnaire Art presents latest collection of Charles Dwyer, new artists. Brief Article 204
Web sites bid for art buyers: despite setbacks, online art auctions are on the verge of coming into their own. Prisant, Barden 2017
Weigh the benefits of hiring help: before hiring new employees, figure out what you are prepared to offer them. Butler, Elisabeth 1112
What's in a theme? A compelling exhibition theme can invigorate artists and collectors alike. Hart, Jane 1616
While their obsession with the final frontier leaves little room for outside interests, the people at NASA still appreciate the arts. Brief Article 105
Whitney hosts 72nd Biennial Exhibition. Brief Article 193
Wild Apple names new export sales associate. Brief Article 138

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