Author Archives: Nate Freeman


News

Cy Twombly’s Little-Seen ‘Leda and the Swan’ Could Reach $55 M. at Christie’s Sale in May


Artists Whitney Biennial 2017

Redbuds, Yellowwoods, and a Weeping Persimmon: Asad Raza Brings a Forest to the Whitney Biennial


News

Sotheby’s Pulls in $143.6 M. at Contemporary Auction in London, Flexing Market Strength


Market News

Muted 20th-Century and Contemporary Sale at Phillips in London Nets $17.9 M.


Market News

Christie’s Nets $117.7 M. in Solid London Postwar Sale, Setting Records for Oehlen, Crosby, Tillmans


Features

Disowning Ivanka: The Art World Stares Down the First Daughter


News The Talent

MoMA Communications Director Margaret Doyle Departs for Polskin Arts


Armory Week 2017

Independent New York Opens Second Edition in Tribeca With Solid Sales, Sun-Drenched Booths


Armory Week 2017 News

NADA New York Settles Into Fresh Environs With Ambitious Booths, Scattered Sales


Armory Week 2017 Market News

At the Armory Show, Dealers See Moderate Sales in Switched-Up Fair Setup, With Kusama Selling for Around $1 M.


Armory Week 2017

A Definitive Ranking of the Many Lounges at the Armory Show


Armory Week 2017 News

Giant Yayoi Kusama at the Armory Began as a Sketch on a Napkin That She Faxed Over


Market News

Pace Now Represents the Estate of Tony Smith


Artists Whitney Biennial 2017

A History of Violence: Jordan Wolfson on His Shocking Foray into VR at the Whitney Biennial