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“Gio Pomodoro Panta Rei” portrays unique exhibition of masterpieces

The “Gio Pomodoro Panta Rei” exhibition was set in the noble spaces of the ‘Palazzo Ducale’ in Urbino, Italy, home to the National Gallery of the Marche. The exhibition, by the artist Montefeltro, comes to life through the curator Marisa Zattini Bruto Pomodoro, son of Italian sculptor Gio. The exhibition was open from 19th April to 2nd September 2018.

 
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Historic and contemporary African art exhibited in Martinique

Crown Fine Art France helped to ship and install the latest exhibition at Fondation Clément on the Caribbean island of Martinique. The show, “Afriques, artistes d’hier et d’aujourd’hui”, featured more than one hundred contemporary and historic pieces from the Dapper Foundation’s collection in Paris.

 

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Exhibition: “The eternal and the time” offers extravagant 17th century style

The great exhibition at the Museums of San Domenico in Forlì, Italy, was shown for the first time in a completely new way. In this new exhibition, they showcased the last century from the last…

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European and Emirati art in dialogue at the Abu Dhabi Festival

Crown Fine Art has partnered with the Abu Dhabi Festival 2018 to bring works of art from the Barcelona Museum of Contemporary Art (MACBA) to the United Arab Emirates. 

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3,000 year-old sarcophagus travels 5,000 miles

A 3,000 year-old sarcophagus in two parts was de-installed, packed and prepared for a 5,000 mile journey from the Netherlands to the U.S. with the help of Crown Fine Art’s expert art handlers.

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CFA India is over the moon!

Crown Fine Art India is excited to have been the official transportation partner for the Museum of the Moon’s month-long tour across India in February 2018. The seven-metre-wide illuminated replica of the moon is the work of British artist Luke Jerram. The project, which was supported by the British Council, marked the last phase of the UK/India Year of Culture.

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