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You’re Gonna Need A Bigger Tote: The New York Art Book Fair Opens At MoMA PS1

In many ways, the annual New York Art Book Fair—which opened last night and runs all weekend at MoMA PS1 in Long Island City—can feel like the publishing version of the South by Southwest music festival, which is to say, … Read More

The 2014 edition of the fair.COURTESY BJ ENRIGHT PHOTOGRAPHY

At the New York Art Book Fair This Weekend: Erotica by Badlands, Balzac by Powers, Arcangel by Arcangel

It’s hard to beat New York in September. The weather cools, the new art season begins, and the New York Art Book Fair arrives at MoMA PS1, the rare art bazaar where anyone with a little bit of money in … Read More

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Robert Sheffield Hired as Associate Director of Dominique Lévy in London

Dominique Lévy announced today that Robert Sheffield will be joining the gallery’s London branch as associate director. Sheffield currently works at Christie’s, where he has been the associate director of the UK chairman’s office since 2010. He will start at … Read More

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Here’s the Exhibitor List for the 2015 Edition of the Untitled Fair in Miami Beach

The Untitled art fair has released the exhibitor list for its fourth edition, which will be held December 2–6 in Miami Beach, per usual. Coinciding with Miami Art Week, Untitled will feature 119 galleries, nonprofit exhibition spaces, and institutions from … Read More

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Cy Twombly, "Untitled 1968 (New York City)."COURTESY SOTHEBY'S

Proceeds From Sale of $60 M. Cy Twombly Will Benefit Wilshire Boulevard Temple

On November 11, Sotheby’s in New York will sell Cy Twombly’s Untitled, 1968 (New York City), with estimated price exceeding $60 million, according to the auction house. The painting comes from the collection of philanthropist Audrey Irmas, and the sale … Read More

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ADAA Art Show Announces 2016 Exhibitors List

If the idea of thinking ahead to March 2016 fills you with an unbearable fear that gradually crushes any semblance of hopefulness you might have under the weight of mortality’s inevitable grip, due to your inability to see even a … Read More

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Janis Joplin's Porsche. COURTESY SOTHEBY'S

RM Sotheby’s Will Sell Janis Joplin’s Porsche in December

RM Sotheby’s, the branch of the major auction house devoted to cars, announced today that it will be selling Janis Joplin’s Porsche as part of its “Driven to Disruption” sale on December 10. As the press release gleefully notes, the … Read More

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Sarah Crowner Is Now Represented By Simon Lee Gallery

Simon Lee Gallery announced today that it now represents Sarah Crowner in London and Hong Kong. Her work is currently featured in a group exhibition, “Faux Amis,” on view at Simon Lee’s London location until October 7. Crowner is represented … Read More

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Jeffrey Deitch on His Grand Return to His Storied SoHo Space

On a recent evening in SoHo, there was no block party outside of 76 Grand Street. There was no performance ambling down the adjacent corridor. There was just a name on the door, Jeffrey Deitch.This was the original location of … Read More

Maya Angelou, The Protector of Home and Family, 1969.COURTESY SWANN GALLERIES

Here’s a Work That Maya Angelou Painted

Pretty incredible painting. It’s titled The Protector of Home and Family, dated 1969, and shows a woman holding a shotgun. Swann Galleries in New York is billing the piece as the “first known visual art work by Dr. Maya Angelou … Read More

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Tanya Bonakdar Gallery Now Represents Slavs and Tatars

New York’s Tanya Bonakdar Gallery announced today that it represents the collective Slavs and Tatars, which is known for its work that deals with politics and cultural identity in Eurasia. Slavs and Tatars is currently nominated for this year’s Preis … Read More

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Jeff Koons's Dom Pérignon Balloon Venus, 2013. 


In Season-Starting Sales, Auctionata Aims for ‘Broader Audience’

This week, Kenny Schachter brought us up to speed on the sales to watch this season. Here’s another to add to the list, from the online world: the web-based auction house Auctionata is opening the season with a two-session sale on September … Read More

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Shezad Dawood, YTR I, 2010, acrylic on vintage textile. COURTESY TIMOTHY TAYLOR

Timothy Taylor Now Represents Shezad Dawood and Gabriel de la Mora

Today, London-based gallery Timothy Taylor announced its representation of Shezad Dawood and Gabriel de la Mora. The two artists will join a roster that includes Alex Katz, Josephine Meckseper, and Kiki Smith. Dawood is known for his film-based work, which often engages … Read More

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Here’s the Exhibitor List for the 2015 Editions/Artists’ Books Fair

The Editions/Artists’ Books Fair has announced that, for its 2015 edition, it will move from the former Dia Chelsea building in Manhattan to the Tunnel building, a few blocks away along the Hudson River. This year’s fair runs from November 5 through November 8, during New … Read More