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?
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The Financial Times believes the art world is vulnerable to money laundering.
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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 Ma…
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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.
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In a series of Tweets this weekend, two critics criticize five artists for moving to the global gallery.
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The art work that moved the world from Miami
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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 i…
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The Wall Street Journal tells us the art market is a blue-light special.
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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 get…
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Charles F. Stewart spent most of his career as an investment banker. Now the co-President of Altice USA and Chief Financial Officer is CEO of an fine a…
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A lawsuit between German finance firm FAP and Inigo Philbrick reveals the backstage maneuvering in the market..
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The New Museum of Modern Art Opens on Monday, the critics early visits suggest we're in for a big shock of the new.
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