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"salvator mundi" Discussed on The Art Newspaper Weekly
"With his movement in Italy but more on what we see in his drawings and paintings now one of the aspects of the show he's really interesting is the way that you looking to the followers in great debt and bought traffic for instance there's a range of works by him where he really rises as as an artist proposal for some sometimes for attribution for example the musician and the Roseana is considered by some scholars to be not to buy another way ed by color so it's also a way to show that low another weather great master with a real workshop with good painters around him and how the Paints you know it's still a great debate debate between the Followers of Da Vinci Milan at the beginning of the ninety s we know that Michael Delgiorno Bowl trophy wearing his studio the young Salah arrives at that time and still today call us do not agree about the old the bution in the exhibition we followed with some scholars like Baheen for example who has I think is about the identity of some of his pupils and in fact the most the best scholar at the best pupil seems to be trough you and you seem to be in the exhibition for example a wonderful portrait of a young man from the Music Pushkin Pushkin Museum Moscow and he is clearly he was clearly the best Appeal of Leonardo Da Vinci but you see this was the way the workshop was working in Milan in the ninety s but for example window moved to Florence and then me Lenexa he he's workshop change a little bit other kind of artists were around him People Salah and melody and that time they were mostly making copies very more precise copy of his paintings and we are workshop inevitably when we talk about the workshop there's been a lot of debate about the Salvator Mundi and unfortunately it's not here so you can't now put alongside other works by Leonardo and the workshop and Staten we can't study at the public can't see but you didn't intend to bring it to Paris didn't he sure yes we ask all the painting in two thousand eighteen so when the painting was still the property of the former owner and we still wanted the painting after its mm-hmm assailant in two thousand seventeen were has not been definitively event so it remains open that it will the exhbition will open in a few days without a the painting it would have in a good opportunity to see in the context of all these near the preparatory drawings of in Missouri that's life you know Salvador Mundi is an expensive painting shore but clearly that Composition Leonardo invented probably at the beginning of the sixteenth century in Florence is another most representative Ileana art what is Leonardo is the saints on the Batson everything is movement expression with Salvador Mundi it Alana though remained quiet classical he reproduce the traditional image of Jesus Christ Salvator Mundi with no expression ratty well position so if you WANNA send Leonardo you should look at them and Eliza he should Saint Saint John the Baptist it was the Commission in that Commission Leonardo Strangely did not invent a new economical I mean I want to know about your personal feelings when you show you say thirteen years you've been working on this exhibition it's a crowning achievement. I'm sure of your work but I want to know about how you feel personally when you're in those spacey's putting those works on the woman it must be almost unreal to actually see it developing into a physical real thing sure and you know it's always a moment of truth will so because you you see if it works and I think one of the greatest moment of insulation of these emission was when we we we were absolutely it was a one of the greatest emotion I ever had and what was incredible that moment it was not and the paintings by the that she will thank you so much to pleasure.
"salvator mundi" Discussed on The Art Newspaper Weekly
"What about the show itself well extraordinary featuring more than one hundred sixty paintings during sketchbooks manuscripts and sculptures by Leonardo he's four years and his followers it also includes new scientific analysis with infrared reflect Tucker Affi of every single one of Leonardo's autograph paintings I went to the press view at the Louvre earlier this week and as you can imagine it was the busiest prevent I've ever been to but we manage to steal away Vance on the Louvre one of the two curator of the exhibition with Louis Franck into a courtroom behind the exhibition to find out more about this momentous show vassal to begin with you very rarely get the chance to curate an exhibition of Leonardo Davinci's Word doc so can you tell me the strategy behind this one and what in a way what you want to say with this very important moment strategy the if it is a good word for that is more that exhibition in the conclusion of a non work another when she started when I ride in two thousand and six I started because we had to restore some paintings by that she santana bent the Benfield near Saint list and Working Leonardo Da Vinci with my colleague reform we discovered that we a lot of it has been written said and we wanted to for that great anniversary of Leon others this in France wanted to celebrate these with a new kind of a new vision that she because we wanted to reaffirm that the importance of painting of the art of painting folio another in she tell me about that is based on the idea that the idea that he's he's become such a polymath in people's minds that in a way he's his painting is more sideline that you think it should be exactly what usually we present Leonardo da Vinci as a painter but not only like a scientist an architect engineer and so it gives the impression that the painting was only one of no other interests and and maybe not the most important there was also something else often it is said that Leonardo for him it was more important to event a position more than paint it and what we discover thanks to recision did and also thanks to the scientists investigation which were done on all the paintings by that she eight that's fallen other than in the most important thing was painting the act of the painting and on the Saint John on the Saint John the Baptist on the Mona Lisa and many others Leonardo spent more time painting the word then thinking rating the composition and that was that was one of the aim of exhibition we wanted to to focus don t tell me about that these infrared images the marvelous they dotted throughout the show as you say the all the paintings and what one sees tremendous freedom of fluidity and his language can you tell me more about sure it was really very important for us to show these infrared photography because we are working is based on that new approach more objective approach and these scientific images gave us a lot of information Leonardo Da Vinci painted only a few paintings but he wanted to make only perfect paintings and he took a long time and to paint them and so it should work is an experience long experience and thanks to these scientific images we are able to understand in a good way how and why Leonardo decided to perfect to change not only the form of the composition with those meaning of the composition and sex was tiffany investigation for each position we are able to propose a new disease on on the competition also table to understand in a better way the personality of the artist so these them dorothy are shown in addition it's a way to for the public to see all the paintings of nother Vinci some travel for example the adoration of Maj we never asked for that painting was too fragile to be but seeing the infrared image helps people to understand the freer manner of painting flonaze Vinci at the end of the seventies beginning the Eighties Leonardo starts painting new way and when you the public is able to see that's he drawn directly we the what we call the cupboard she no black chalk n with a he's a pence this season brush directly on the on the wood panel and we see him changing defying Tom Parts all times a figure it seem it's incredible it's impressive and it's a way to show that the free manner to paint but it also something another interesting with that these images it's a link between drawing and painting so the other Russian of the magic which we present the infrared roofing feet and near that we see several of his preparatory drawings and we understand how he reused these wings in the painting you can't see that when you see the painting in direct light but thanks infrared horrific dorothy you can see the for Steps so the the end of drawing you can see many changes and you have also an understanding of his betrayal technic one of the things I really loved about shows way that you conjure the man and the journey of the man because sometimes exhibitions can feel like a lecture in three dimensions this doesn't feel like that you feel lightly in autos journey is happening in front of you and you begin with this really marvelous sculpture by the rookie Oh and around it these studies of drapery and you feel the life during class exactly there is the model at the center of the room which is that one fool one of the masterpieces of the renaissance culture equality of Saint Thomas over near the ads around it you see all the pupils the preparatory joins paintings we should say after another that these one fool study of drapery online which are the first excise of Leonardo to descend in which he tried to understand light and shadow so then you take us on that chronology and you through his life in in the different phases of his of his work and how place hugely affected the way he would work there's a shift when he arrives in Milan there's another and he comes back to Florence for instance you show the connection between place and the person well in fact we have been teacher for three years Ah Colorado on new another that she and I made these courses and we can say with these Asian that's the traditional vision of Leonardo in Florence Lauren Manana then comeback in Florence Rome Milan Rome in France but what we propose. These vision is likely different because in fact to my opinion but it's only my opinion is the study of another vincis drawings and paintings for example stories done in Florence in eighty eighty one eighty two and the first works done in Milan in the eighties are really seeming are the vision of the rocks is exactly exactly the kind of technique of the shot of so the real changes in Leonardo's life are slightly a friend who you know he's movement in Italy doesn't correspond to his real changes of his manner of his tile so we propose public slightly envision we the first change in no non life is influence the end of the seventies in seventy eight Leonardo has added to paint to donors and with a product we know several preparatory drawings which show a new way of drawing and in the simple the Russian of a new way of painting also in a free row freer and manner so to our opinion we this is the first search your was in the Veracruz Workshop single chapter we call it liberty and this is the beginning is in Florence at the end of the seventies the third chatter in Milan in half of fourteen eighty s Leonardo needs to be done in a more precise way nature and he starts that scientific investigation and all the field on all the nature geometry Maddie Maddie leaks optics anatomy everything because he wants to understand absolutely everything and so this is another to moment in your life and then to me opinion the last several Republicans exhibition we called it life because another weather I two only reproduce the external form of light but also at the international forum of Eliza what people had in mind but also all the the real life of of of nature and this takes take place in Milano so the about the middle of the nineties with the Last Supper which is really the last supper the real maturity of Leonardo Da Vinci and then after that Saint Saint John the Baptist Battle of Jerry is all the same period so you see it's not our the division we propose of development is not linked.
"salvator mundi" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Housing alliance. Dr Andrew Pechora is chief innovation officer at Hackensack. Meridian health one of the largest teaching and research hospitals in the nation. He's also a world class on colleges working with research. Universities, like, New Jersey institute of technology to revolutionize healthcare. The cross fertilization between academic institutions like NJIT and the life. Science industry is essential the conversions of science as we sit here today. It's the most exciting and dynamic. It's been in the history of man, we're on the verge of quantum computing nanotechnology is real and is evolving very rapidly. So we can build scaffolding and structures one atom at a time genomic editing in stem cell science is are all parallel tracks that are converged together and change what we understand to be mandate. We can now Jeanette it sells and make it as if he didn't have a disease NJIT, New Jersey institute of technology. Learn more at storiesofinnovation dot NJIT. T dot EDU. This is a Bloomberg market minute picture. Art auction is this what comes to mind, Salvator Mundi selling here at Christie's. Four hundred million dollars is the bid and the piece is so, but there is only so much high price fancy art to go around. And the clientele is limited which makes it hard for Christie's Sotheby's and other auction houses to grow Marion moniker is founder of the industry website, art market, monitor smaller auction houses have been a bit more open to trying new things like comic books we've seen vintage cars. Become a very important business manager says newer firms like heritage in Phillips are making the shift work, and it's something the high end auction houses have done before Christie's and Sotheby's for hundreds of years sold the things that were not terribly expensive. And impact one of the things that he's always hard the auction houses is most people don't think that there is approachable or affordable as they are Gina Cervetti. Bloomberg radio. What would you say about the firm that supports your advisory practice? I love that. I can call in and get expert advice. I loved that you answer the phone in that I'm not a number. I love the sense of community..
"salvator mundi" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist
"It's being unveiled. Now, somebody who's been working on the kind of working on a book on Salvator Mundi has picked up a little detail, which is that it was meant to have been owned by Charles the first the reckless charts owned a version of Salvator Mundi. And he's now found another painting known as the Pushkin Salvator Mundi that has Chelsea fests stamp on the back of it. Now, what Chelsea I own two, Salvator Mundi all has the Leonardo being MRs scrubbed, Charles. I right next question is which is the real one. Well, we were the they're both real paintings. But what you're basically saying is how much value is added to a painting when you think it's been through Royal hands uplifting value has given it. So when Christy sells it and writes in the list of things places, it's been do you do you out on another isn't the main thing that was painted by Leonardo Davinci? Well, even that's bitcoin. It will really I mean, it took them two to two thousand and five they decided it was too Vinci. It was about twenty eleven that it go to fend Kate Vinci. I would look at it and various other people we show this is by one patriot. Looks like two three styles. Rini it's unfinished, it's quite mysterious as work. Anyway, turns out the history of it quite mysterious as well. Does it change the value of it was an invite shells fest at that point? You don't buying a painting you buying a history. Well, next time, I'm on an involuntary stuff over and Abu Dhabi L have to go and check out action. The Louvre they're going to have to hang on. Because I. Well, I'm hoping to put off that stopover for white sometimes disappeared, actually. So who knows where those deeds 'em Tokay by disappearances Merckel, staying power Angela Merkel. That was a good segue. Wasn't it? The financial times has a an interesting page nine four people in a picture on the page with the title after Angola who comes next well who does come next. So we've got sort of three runners and writers and this contest is to CD is beginning to come to scan. It's heading towards its conclusion, we should know in Hamburg on December the seventh and we've got three characters in it. We have as FT puts vice singly a diminutive mother of three without size glosses, a thirty eight year old gay man and a third a millionaire lawyer, and they didn't point out the millionaire also has three children. Now, the millionaire lawyer is is Merz Friedrich Merz who is head of black real big in black rock Germany, and he had been seen as quite from runny quite kind of robust right-winger, but it's all seems becoming a little bit unstuck. I what he question. Wind the nature of of Germany's commitment to asylum and Germany went I think you'll find that we do assign them. I think they're very for certain needs do for for reputational reasons. Issues of conscience means we just do a silence to ask him about that. And then he then refused to admit that he was a millionaire. He was earning in in excessive six figures from BlackRock quite easily Landreau Bologne and still said he was just a pa- middle cloth which point two became laughable. Now, he's the Merkel's owed fo and she'd knocked him out of the PO position in two thousand and teach takeover the opposition. And now he's back with second chance, but she's got a favorite candidate. Who is the mother through the diminutive mother of three. He's got this wonderful name of anon anon gret cramp, Karen Bala, which has helpfully being shooting to aka k which least international journalists will be able to. I can just picture a using name and and time to head. I mean, I suppose I'm gonna Mirko had the the nickname. I'm not sure how widely known it is is how to Germany. They called her moti. Yeah. Basically mummy Tumaco. I'm not sure that this. Ak k does not look particularly muti machine, but she somewhat mushy mushy, but she's in a sense, the sort of more Centigram candidate sh- back than the national minimum wage. She's she's she's a solid candidate. She's I think because she's Markle's because Michael quite fallen from favour innocent..
"salvator mundi" Discussed on WTVN
"Rush Limbaugh dot com. The Saudis the Saudis always in the news. But they're not just people who like to chop up the human beings. They will they'll have a sensitive side. This crown prince Mohammad bin Salman, do you like him B S? He's like, he's not the chap to go. If you need to have your passport, renewed he's not the on running your consulate, but he's got lots of other exciting interest as well. He bought the world's most expensive painting, Salvator Mundi by Leonardo Davinci, you may know, he's the guy. Right. The Davinci code and he's like a big painter. Before we got into the airport novels. He's a big payday, and this paid dig of his it sold for three hundred and fifty million pounds, which is about a five hundred million dollars since like half a billion dollars, this painting and the crowd prince of Saudi Arabia bought it for the Louvre. The Abu Dahbi branch of the Louvre. They've got one in Ambu Dahbi now because they only guys with all the money now, the Arabs they either the Arabs or the Russian oligarchs or some of the like minor league Ali from the no name stands here. Tajikistan Kazakhstan Uzbekistan. But if you don't wanna those you can't afford to buy these paintings. So he bought this paid and nobody's seen it. And they're worried now that he's having bought this Leonardo masterpiece for half a billion dollars. He's now lost it or you know, again, it's the same thing. One of his aides the result. Garage got out of hand, and they chopped it into pieces and then buried it in the woods, or whatever they did with kashogi. Anyway. Well, that's the way they do in in Saudi Arabia. They put the people through the paper shredder. But there may be maybe putting the out works through there as well. But I I do have somebody think media is criticizing me for some. Because I I mentioned that this kashogi guys probably going to be the time magazine man of the year because they always have to find someone to give it to other than Trump, and they won't be able to resist giving it to this as I called him a, quote, so-called journalist, and I think it's who was it. He's Kevin Kevin attacked me on Twitter. For for for saying that solid ten to that a little later in the show, but it is open line black Friday, which means we have great deals on subjects. We've got some really obscure subject to talk about a normal open line Friday. You can ask about anything you want and people, you know, ask about the mid time elections and ask about immigration of ask about, healthcare, whatever. But we've got we've got the whole warehouse full of rarely mentioned subjects the we need to get rid of. We we've got too much inventory in obscure conversational, topics..
"salvator mundi" Discussed on KTOK
"The globe all over their Saudi Arabia. Yes. I saw they were standing there in Saudi Arabia with it. Yes. Uh-huh. Now when you look at the Salvator Mundi painting which money than any other painting ever. So it obviously has to be important in the antique world would consider that painting to have been beaten to death. Okay. Because it was that and even scoured to remove the image. So what are they trying to hide or or or if you can meet Satan through blogging yourself as Aldous Huxley? And it's not as thick of doors that perception. What are they trying to accomplish with that painting? What do you think? I just think that this is a more of a simplistic form of symbolism for trying to. Initiated a frequency in an action in the world. You know, there there is a temps to do this at every level, you know, all through society involving I guess our caller is calling global elites to make these types of things happen. So it's there's never been a more focused moment in history. When we're attempting to alter our own set of circumstances as there is now, and this is all being driven by by technology. Technology is the rush to technology the rush to the sixth extinction. The rush to a all this is this driven by eschaton is driven by the thought of the end of the world, and it's six extinction. Eschaton is just the central element of that. Yeah. Yeah. Avoiding? Coming right, Pacalypse, theology is the new religion. I would agree. I would agree with apocalypse theologies, new religion. But it seems to be misguided not focused. Well, there are. We can we can piecemeal different orders. You know, all night long. Not fuelling, and it has to be the devil fueling. It's it's well humanity is the devil. And you know, we are. Right now, it's all within all of us. But we're also creating this exterior being and we're doing it with technology right now. It's going to manifest itself right through our Horace highest manifestations of that is going to be the is going to be the beast of revelation. You're gonna see that. Dan, we say, well, my question would be like in black. Magic is the painting was the painting is the painting currently being used like a Budo. Interesting. Something I have to I'd have to take a better look at. So that's an interesting observation, Diana, very adroit. Actually, when I hear the word global from now on I no longer think of it as global I think of it as a low ball global fascinating. Dan, a great call. Thank you so much. Thank you. That was a great call the idea that that the global itself is a repository for the life energy of other human beings that have been implanted into it that have held that. There's a really great example of that idea in the. A film called the devil's rain, which I remember that film. Anton in it as we shattner, John Travolta, either nine Latino. Yeah. And this. The genie's bottle contain the souls of those that have been made members of the of the order that was contained within that. And so it's interesting how politics and life is following aspects of art like while they this idea was already done, you know, very magical way by you know, via this film. And now they're finding it out in a railway. They're using the same dynamic decree, a political Colt is what I say the same thing with political you have cue, of course, which is a the ultimate and technical another aspect of cultism sectarianism. And I tell people all the time I'd say look at this. These various groups, you're talking about tribal is you're talking about.
"salvator mundi" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing
"Hacks with private companies to help train a soft wet predict and prevent future cyberattacks. So it was previously thought this information was going to be too sensitive. The director of Taiwan's cybersecurity department has essentially said, you know, we see this so for helping to train a private companies and win for an AI hacking on his race. So these cybersecurity companies pretty pleased with this access to information. Crowd strike one of the companies as coup China. The most prolific nation state threat actor untie one is important specifically because China has been hacking Taiwan in a different way to to how would approach. Other countries. Geeta diplomatic constraints does very interesting story of them. One calls page right alz. Thank you very much. You're listening to the briefing. Finally, today's broker Christie's in New York will hold the first auction of a painting created by a robot later today. Let's get more on this with the autocratic s still love it. Welcome to the program. So could you tell us a bit more about this painting this three people with no background, a tool based in Paris that could obvious and they've got together and created a bit of data, an algorithm that will paint a portrait in inverted commas for you. It's a pulled trae twitch of no real particular person. What happens is thousands of portraits fed into a computer, and there's a generator in a discriminator and they worked together and they analyze images that are produced. And soon as they come recognize the difference between the computer made one in the human made one. That's the part that they pick the trouble is that the portrait perhaps might be missing nose or is a bit blurry. Why would anyone want to buy this? Because it's the first one of its kind that's for sale. It at auction, actually. This group have sold their portrays before, but this is the first time that the world is looking at what's going on now. What are your thoughts? Is this the future on any level to think was going to be excited maybe about these one painting enough to that? We actually still want to buy odds from actual artists. It's a good question. If we go back to eighteen thirty nine, they were asking the same question about photography has photography taken away the all of the of the artists of the portrait painter. It will work alongside the the artists but know that there's no replacing the artist you. You can make a computer generated image of somebody, but you can't put halts and soul into it and that's what the artists brings an. How would you could you tell us more about that? A heart and soul? Why is it so important? Because that's what makes us human. It makes us culturally aware to be able to be creative. And even though an algorithm is made by human being, does that make it work of ought maybe if the autism has created an algorithm, then it becomes sort of Dodd iced what's kind of. Advantages does the human have over a computer when it comes to painting a masterpiece, they have feelings is a simple as that have feelings in a day famously said that when he paint support traits, he put something of that person into the picture, which of course a computer cannot do. It's cold. And I, if you look at what's happening in Greece at the moment, what do you expect over there? Will there be much much excitements? Do you think we will be seeing some kind of a competition over who gets that painting? Oh, absolutely. Because the whole world is watching who buys it and don't forget Oakland houses now with the place to go more so than contemporary galleries. Look, what happened with the Bank see shredded Sotheby's look what happened with the Salvator Mundi last year with by Davinci..
"salvator mundi" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Riedel in the morning. We'll be back with a new show tomorrow from six 'til ten on seven ten. Good morning, everybody. Good night for the for the Yankees. Pretty yankees. We get to that earlier today. Yeah. You said you had some appearance at some arts club. Yeah. The Salvator Mundi club. Well, you said it was the Solomon Gundy club, and I asked you who was Solomon Gundy. And you said he was some kind of arts patron or something I think I was wrong. I think you were very long. You had no idea. Who Sullivan goody is George tweeted at your insufferable co host doesn't even know the correct name of the venue is speaking out will undoubtedly bore. Those assembled is not these Solomon Gundy club at the Salma Gundy club, it's gonna Gundy, Osama Gundy, and I heard you saying before it was a food dishes Sal McGovern, d is some kind of a food dish. It was a stew that the club members used to eat back in the nineteenth century. It was also based on a name, I guess Washington Irving put out something called, Salvator Mundi pay Pacers. So there's no such person as Solomon. Gundi and it's not even called Solomon. There's no from Georgia who calls me insufferable, George if you're listening. I'm going to put you on the guest list tonight. Okay. You could see, but they say it's one of the oldest of buildings. Oh, it's beautiful. It's a beautiful building on Fifth Avenue around eleven to twelve th street scorgeous building. But I will be there. Six thirty to eight panel about the future of arts. Journals Leno be there in the front row cheering me on right? Lynn, Ruth, Bader Ginsburg will be like me. Because I was there. Could you? Wild horses. Couldn't drag me that the drink. Okay. Well, now you say anyway, the Yankees never in their history. They lost the so badly so poorly. They lost sixteen to one Luis Severino. Didn't have a new Yankees piled on the students. Severino came out of the game this happened and the two to rip down.
"salvator mundi" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Morning, seven ten w. Oh. Good morning, everybody. Good night for the for the Yankees for the Red Sox Yankees. We get to that earlier today. Yeah. You said you had some appearances some arts club. Yeah. The Salvator Mundi club. Well, you said it was the Solomon Gundy club, and I asked you who was Solomon Gundy. And you said he was some kind of arts patron or something I think I was wrong. I think you were very. I think you just pulled that out. You had no idea what he's talking about. Who sullivan? George tweeted suffer co host doesn't even know the correct name of the venue is speaking out will undoubtedly bore those assembled. Not these Solomon Gundy club at the Salma Gundy club. It's gundy. Osama Gundy, and I heard you say before it was a food dishes sow McGovern the is some kind of a food dish. It was a stew that the club members used to eat back in the nineteenth century. It was also based at a name, I guess, Washington Irving out something called, Salvator Mundi. So there's no such person as Solomon. Gundi, and it's not even called Solomon is those from Georgia who calls me insufferable, George if you're listening. I'm gonna put you on the guest list tonight. Okay. Good seat. But they say it's one of the oldest buildings. Oh, it's beautiful. It's a beautiful building on Fifth Avenue around eleven to twelve th street, gorgeous building. But I will be there. Six thirty to eight panel about the future of arts journalism land will be there in the front row cheering me on right lane, Ruth, Bader Ginsburg will be there. Because I was there. Could you? Wild horses. Dragged me that your drink. Okay. Well, now you say anyway, the Yankees never in their history. They lost the so badly so poorly. They lost sixteen to one Luis Severino. Didn't have a new Yankees piled on the soon. Severino came out of the game this happened and the to to.
"salvator mundi" Discussed on AP News
"Supercup according to you for the often controversial technology is unlikely to be used for this season's Champions League. However, the problem is that the technology's harder for UEFA to use with similar taniwha games across Europe. Using different national broadcasters in Russia fever had a single production team with most games occupying their own timeslot the SuperCup game between the season's Champions League. And Europa league winners will be played on August. The fourteenth next year in Istanbul. Uefa could then use video assistant referees in next season's Champions League. Starting in the playoff round of the rope a leak from twenty twenty the Louvre Abu Dhabi won't be unveiling Leonardo da Vinci painting, Salvator Mundi, ws department of culture and tourism announced the delay on Twitter saying more details will be announced soon the depart. Declined to answer any questions from the Associated Press saying at this stage. We don't have any further information the Rene psalms all painting of Christ sold for a record breaking four hundred fifty million dollars at an auction at Christie's in New York. In november. The painting depicts a blue robe Jesus holding a crystal orb and gazing directly at the viewer mystery swilled around the museum's acquisition of the painting. Western diplomats say a Saudi Royal acting as a proxy for Saudi Arabia's crown prince Mohammad bin Salman, who's close to Debbie's powerful. Prince was the buyer the Saudi embassy in Washington and officials in Abbas say the Saudi Royal purchased. The painting on behalf of the museum in Abu Dhabi which opened just days before the auction. The national estate aligned English language newspaper number Debbie wrote online on Monday that speculation suggests the museum might be waiting for its one year anniversary on November the eleventh to unveil it. French schoolchildren won't be allowed to use cell phones. Franz is government passed a law. Banning phone, Houston, all.
China, Cape Town and Botswana discussed on A Public Affair
"The headmistress of a Chinese nursery school in Shenzhen has apologized after inviting, a pole dance to perform. At a ceremony to welcome youngsters for the new academic term, the scantily clad women danced around a. Pole, bearing the Chinese flag in front of three to six year. Olds carry Allen is the BBC's China media analyst they decided to invite this. Pole dancer in a number of other dances to welcome Paran son children to the, school I mean this sounds absolutely bizarre but these events do happen in China where you do have these very novel ways in which parents think. That their kids can come to this, school because it's very different but there's been outrage online some people have been. Saying that they think that this kind of dancing is not appropriate for Chinese
"salvator mundi" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The salvator mundi selling here at christie's four hundred million dollars is the bid and the piece is so so that was the last year when leonardo davinci salvatore mundi became the most expensive painting ever to be sold it was bought by the government of the united arab emirates and we'll be on view from september in the capital's louver gallery it will be the first time a da vinci painting will be on permanent display in the region at a time when the global art market is estimated to be worth more than sixty three billion dollars him exactly is greasing the wheels of such huge deals the australian artists brunt buckley explores this in his latest book who runs the art world money power and ethics when i spoke to him i started by asking him to explain the difference between the art world and art market the art market is where you know works traded and sold and you could say speculated on and the art world is in a ways where artisans is there are many so there are many artists for instance who have actually no interest in the art markers and whose activities are more let's say interventionalist or they performance or they're not making objects not making paintings and those people actually often have no interest in the idea of the art market i mean the market you know could be replaced by the fine wine market all the real real estate market because that's that's really what the market is speculating on particular sorts of all jets a report published earlier this year showed that china has now taken the u k is the second most valuable global art market after the us what impact has that had on the world there is a whole idea here because in china to be a collector is one thing but of course now what started to happen in china these chinese billionaires have actually started to build your museum to house their own there in collections so that is impacting heavily when you see major new york and london galleries actually going to china to actually open galleries there you can see where the market is actually has moved to china it's not just china there all these mega collectors in in russia and the middle east two in november the united arab emirates paid over four hundred million dollars for the naudet davinci piece of artwork how significant was that and what is the attraction for you to be paying that vasan of money for a piece of art the ua is very petite in the peninsula because they have a highly developed idea about culture and so many of the indicators of culture you could say that you know buying work by leonardo is is a sort of signifier of western culture which they taking to the uae the us is actually very interesting because it actually has been pouring the of molly into things like cinematheques being ali's i mean there's a lot of money in which many countries emulating models of of western culture and because they have you know unfitted resources they're actually able to do.
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"And on twitter let's get a check on your latest world and national news headlines back to nathan hager we go find him in our ninety one newsroom in the nation's capital hi nathan hi carol president trump's going to get another chance to determine the shape of the supreme court for years if not decades to come with the retirement of eighty one year old justice anthony kennedy we will begin our search for justice of the united states supreme court that will begin mmediately he is so important to this court and everybody on both sides now that there is a massive potential now for the court to shift to the right so even more so than than previous vacancies on the court this one is really big bloomberg supreme court reporter greg stohr presidents printing it is no big deal that republicans failed to pass a wide ranging immigration bill today would have given dreamers a path to citizenship and border security more funds the president says he didn't get overly excited about the house bill because of wouldn't have passed the senate anyway a leonardo da vinci masterpiece that sold for a record four hundred fifty million dollars last year will be unveiled to the public this fall at the liuw abu dhabi museum says the five hundred year old painting salvator mundi will be on view starting september eighteenth saudi prince bought the work on behalf of the abu dhabi department of culture and tourism back in november you can see it for the seventeen dollar price for admission to the museum not counting abu dhabi airfare at the world cup today brazil shutout serbia to nil switzerland played costa rica to a two two tie in advance to the knockout round earlier defending champ germany was knocked out following two loss to south korea and sweden shutout mexico three nil both those teams advanced to the round of sixteen i'm nathan hager and this is bloomberg thanks eighth.
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"Once commission had been added the final price for the salvator mundi was just over four hundred fifty million dollars nearly a million dollars per square inch of paint two and a half times the previous auction record an incredible price paid for a unique piece of art and what seems equally incredible is that no one knew who had bought it in december few weeks after the and the new york times claimed to have seen documents that reveal that the painting was bought by bada bing abdulah saudi prince suggestion was that he did sell them behalf of the country's crown prince mohammad bin salman two days after that report news from the united arab emirates the newly opened lou abu dhabi museum announced on social media that it was looking forward to displaying the salvator mundi but hold on how did the uae get a painting that have been bought by member of the saudi royal family in march this year a british newspaper reported that mohammed bin zayed the de facto ruler of the united arab emirates also being bidding during the amazing salvator mundi auction if true saudi arabia had been bidding against the uae despite the fact that the countries to lead is a close friends why the most likely explanation seems to have been that bidding hit the three hundred million dollar mark only saudi arabia and the emirates were left in the auction but due to the secrecy which surrounds most major art sales neither knew the identity of their opponent and the theory goes they both assumed that they were bidding against their regional rivals qatar so it's possible that the price of the leonardo could have been driven to a record level because of a simple misunderstanding and so the theory continues mohammed bin salman bought the painting for saudi arabia at a time when he was introducing austerity measures and leading an anti corruption drive against some of his own family facing criticism from his inner circle he gave the painting to his.
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"And more the selection is ridiculous maintain seventeen painting by i'm dale modigliani of a reclining nude woman that was once considered obscene in paris is sold for a record price here's this other bees auctioneer with the call down thirty nine million dollars thank you so the co head of impressionist and modern art simon shaw says when you add in all the fees and commissions that number is even higher success achieving fifty seven point two million dollars this evening box it has the most expensive work ever sold in celtics history very proud that you hear it johny shot europe at the turn of the nineteenth century with a series of twenty two nudes reclining in every possible position and the exhibited of gallery was quickly shut down by police but in the past half dozen years shaw says prices for his works have soared the brake hold for a painting by juliani was forty two million dollars now looking at a level four times the price for nuku she's still well off the top price paid for a work of art that was leonardo da vinci's salvator mundi which sold last year at christie's for four hundred fifty million dollars for the ap i'm rob lowe friends with rivet south korea's president has kind words to say about his neighbors to the north dismantling its only nuclear test site moon jaein calls it a start to the country's nuclear disarmament north korea says it will dismantle its test site later this month before north korean leader kim jong un and us president donald trump meet in singapore moon says the north's moves shows the country's sincere about making the talks between kim and trump a success t shirts showing an incorrect map of china have been recalled and destroyed by american clothing retailer gap the company has apologized for what it said was unintentional mistake of selling t shirts and china within a romania snap of the country gap took action on monday after photos began circulating on chinese social media of a t shirt with a map that appeared to leave out southern tabet the disputed south china sea and taiwan selfruled island that beijing regards as chinese territory the photos were reportedly taken at a gap shop in canada gaps the latest of several companies to apologize for perceived slights to china's sovereignty its promise to carry out more rigorous reviews in the future welcome to total wine and more.
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"Radar special cameras and sensors to help avoid collisions and although self driving cars are advancing tesla and police warned drivers that they have to stay alert tesla's co founder elon musk complained on twitter this incident is garnering so much public attention but no one is marveling that the car is so safe the driver only suffered a broken ankle i'm jacky quin a nineteen seventeen painting by i'm dale modigliani of a reclining nude woman that was once considered obscene in paris is sold for a record price here's this other bees auctioneer with the call down at one hundred thirty nine million dollars so thank you cohead of impressionist and modern art simon shaw says when you added all the fees and commissions that numbers even higher success achieving fifty seven point two million dollars this evening fox has the most expensive would ever sold in history very proud that you here to share them with johnny shot europe at the turn of the nineteenth century with a series of twenty two nudes reclining in every possible position and the exhibited of paris gallery was quickly shut down by police but in the past half dozen years shaw says prices for his works have soared the painting by juliani was forty two million dollars now four times the price for nuku she's still well off the top price paid for a work of art that was leonardo da vinci's salvator mundi which sold last year at christie's for four hundred fifty million dollars for the ap i'm rob blueprints with rivet with dozens killed and more than twenty seven hundred palestinians wounded monday in border clashes with gaza the world health organization says it's created a medical crisis for gaza's health system rupert colville the u n high commissioner for human rights those suffering life threatening injuries face a nightmare scenario in the absence of adequate adequate hospital beds and medical services was still witnessing cases in which injured demonstrators are effectively prevented by israel from exiting gaza for treatment around half of the wounded were hit by live fire most of them struck in the legs which isn't immediately fatal the coleville says it's still considered deadly and unnecessary we stress the game lethal force may only be used as a measure of last not first resort and only when there is an immediate threat to life we'll serious injury call is calling for.
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"A new pushback over the proposed construction of the obama presidential center in chicago nonprofit group at protect our parks inc has filed a federal lawsuit against the city accusing organizers of an institutional bayton switch it says it won't be a true presidential library because it won't house historic papers the obama foundation has said it will host a digital archive of president obama's records but that paper documents will be stored elsewhere plans are to build the sprawling center and jackson park on chicago's south side and a statement from the city characterizes the lawsuit as a threat to a major economic boost for the area maintained seventeen painting by amadeo modigliani of a reclining nude woman that was once considered obscene in paris is sold for a record price here's the suburbs auctioneer with the call down thirty nine dulles oh thank you so these cohead of impressionist and modern art simon shaw says when you ended all the fees and commissions that is even higher successive is achieving seven point two million dollars balks in has the most expensive work ever sold in history very proud that you hit wins shot europe at the turn of the nineteenth century with a series of twenty two nudes reclining every possible position and the exhibited appears gallery was quickly shut down by police but in the past half dozen years shaw says prices for his works have soared the for a painting by but guiliani was forty two million dollars now we're looking at a level four times the price for nuku she's still well off the top price paid for a work of art that was leonardo da vinci's salvator mundi which sold last year at christie's for four hundred fifty million dollars for the ap i'm rob lowe friends with rivet laxative laced brownies of cost a michigan woman her job at an engineering company police say employees tipped off police that a woman with a grudge plan to serve the brownies that are going away party for an employee she didn't like the woman's name hasn't been released but police in selene michigan say the company fired her after the.
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"Radar special cameras and sensors to help avoid collisions and although self driving cars are advancing tesla and police warned drivers that they have to stay alert tesla's cofounder elon musk complained on twitter this incident is garnering so much public attention but no one is marveling that the car is so safe driver only suffered a broken ankle i'm jacky quin a nineteen seventeen painting by dale modigliani of a reclining nude woman that was once considered obscene in paris is sold for a record price here's this other bees auctioneer with the call down thirty nine million dollars so thank you cohead of impressionist and modern art simon shaw says when you ended all the fees and commissions that number is even higher successive is achieving fifty seven point two million dollars this evening boxing has the most expensive work of art ever sold in history very proud that you hear johny shot europe at the turn of the nineteenth century with a series of twenty two nudes reclining in every possible position and the exhibited a pears gallery was quickly shut down by police but in the past half dozen years show says prices for his works have soared the painting but guiliani was forty two million dollars now we're looking at a level four times the price per nuku she's still well off the top price paid for a work of art that was leonardo da vinci's salvator mundi which sold last year at christie's for four hundred fifty million dollars for the ap i'm rob lowe friends with rivet amazon's opening up more stores without cashiers the company which opened a cashier less store in seattle this year plans more locations in chicago and san.