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Art Investment News highlights art worth buying, with special but not exclusive focus on work by major artists of the 19th & 20th centuries for Sale or Auction for less than $100,000. You don't have to be a millionaire to own art by renowned artists. We help you recognize and find it, with special coverage of Christie's auctions and relevent museum and gallery exhibitions that will make you a smarter art investor, as well as deadline coverage of major Christie's art auctions. Art Investment News is directed by Paul Ben-Itzak, whose more than three decades of journalistic excellence include covering the markets for Reuters and art for the New York Times and many others in New York, Paris, and San Francisco. In addition to our special galleries with commentary, Art Investment News includes relevent news, guest curator commentary, Paul's travelogs of his adventures with art and artful adventures around the world, and the exclusive serialization of Cross-Country / A Memoir of France, as well as coverage of Cowboys & Culture from Paul's current base in Fort Worth, TX. Because of their frequent intersections with the visual arts, we also occasionally review dance and theater, and devote special attention to art house cinema, notably at New York's Anthology Film Archives. Finally, because of its importance in art history, we periodically cover other cultural subjects in France.
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