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The auction house posted a financial disclosure last week that raised a lot of interest but what about all those guarantees?
The deals everyone is eagerly looking for won't appear until the bargain hunters go away.
Christie's and Phillips stake out the final week in June in a last stand attempt to save New York's Gigaweek. Will Sotheby's follow?
The Financial Times believes the art world is vulnerable to money laundering.
Sotheby's has financed two Richters for the Met; Christie's is touring a version of Picasso's Femmes d'Algers in Hong Kong; and some thoughts on the…
Colin Gleadell goes to Christie's series of three Modern British Art sales, which totaled nearly £15m, and discovers a market still healthy and strong.
In a series of Tweets this weekend, two critics criticize five artists for moving to the global gallery.
The art work that moved the world from Miami
Eddie Martinez's market takes off in Asia; Pierre Soulages lives in a relic of Modernism's future; Gauguin makes $10.5m at Artcurial; and the Rubells…
The Wall Street Journal tells us the art market is a blue-light special.
The art market may be disguising its health in a contraction; Don't Blame the Mugrabis for KAWS (or give them too much credit for Warhol); LACMA is…