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‘We Aim to Become an Epicenter of a Generation of Exhibitors’: Paris Internationale’s Co-Founders on Their FIAC Satellite Fair

Last year, Paris’s FIAC got into the satellite fair game, launching (Off)icielle, which focuses on younger dealers. This year, (Off)icielle returns with FIAC, but it is joined by a newcomer fair, Paris Internationale, which has been started by five local galleries: Galeries … Read More

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Joe Sheftel Will Close New York Gallery, Join Hammer as Director of Donor Relations

After nearly four years in business, dealer Joe Sheftel announced today that he will close his Lower East Side gallery to join the Hammer Museum in Los Angeles with the title Director, Donor Relations.“It has been exhilarating to run a … Read More

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How Did This Week’s London Contemporary Art Sales Fare?: A Look at Five Years of Auctions

It was a week of huge contemporary art auctions in London. Just how huge? The above graph tells the story, comparing this week’s figures at the three big houses with the results for the same sales going back to 2011. The big news: Phillips … Read More

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Evening Contemporary Sales End in London With $121.5 M. Haul at Christie’s

A slew of auction records for artists with serious Frieze week buzz, plus a Peter Doig that went for £9.6 million ($14.8 million), helped Christie’s climb to a total haul of £35.5 million ($54.8 million) during its Contemporary Art Evening Sale … Read More

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Dorotheum Previews Old Master Auction, Selling Brueghel, Titian [Sponsored]

Dorotheum is responsible for the content of this post.While the rest of the economy remains unstable, art is still one of the best investment options—and the Old Masters market in particular is seeing a renaissance. On Tuesday, October 20, Austria–based … Read More

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Foxy Production Is Moving to Chinatown

Foxy Production, which is currently located on West 27th Street in Chelsea, is headed to a new 3,000-square-foot space in Chinatown, at 2 East Broadway. It plans to open there in early 2016.“After many years in West Chelsea, we are eager to present exhibitions within a new … Read More

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Here Are the Exhibitors for NADA Miami Beach 2015

The New Art Dealers Alliance has announced the exhibitors for its 2015 NADA Miami Beach fair. After being held for five years at the Deauville Beach Resort in North Miami Beach, NADA will open this year at its new location at … Read More

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Evening Contemporary Sales at Sotheby’s London Net $118.8 M., With $24.7 M. Fontana Setting a Record for Postwar Italian Art

When the smoke cleared on a two-part sale that inched closer and closer to the three-hour mark, Sotheby’s had pulled in a total of £76.8 million ($118.8 million) during its evening sales for postwar Italian and contemporary art. The paddle-wielders … Read More

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Phillips Rebounds With $48.8 M. Contemporary Art Haul in London, Setting Records for Bradford and Nara

When Fredric Brandt, the plastic surgeon to the stars, took his own life earlier this year, he left behind a trove of artworks that might have surprised those who thought his tastes were purely cosmetic. His collection, scattered between his … Read More

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London Calling: A First Look at Frieze London and Frieze Masters 2015

Every October Frieze London delivers all sorts of extracurricular action around the city—openings, cocktails, dinners, and the like—but this year the scene feels particularly frenetic, with two grand new arrivals on the scene: Gagosian’s third and largest gallery in the … Read More

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Shave Stuart/Modern Art Awarded 2015 Frieze London Stand Prize

Frieze London announced today that London’s Stuart Shave/Modern Art gallery has won this year’s Stand Prize, for outstanding presentation by a gallery. In recognition of Stuart Shave/Modern Art’s display of the artists Mark Flood and Yngve Holen, the London-based gallery was … Read More

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Galerie Rüdiger Schöttle, Munich Chen Wei, Falling Light, 2015, archival inkjet print, 59 x 73⅞ inches. ©CHEN WEI/COURTESY GALERIE RÜDIGER SCHÖTTLE

Preview Frieze London and Frieze Masters 2015

The 13th edition of Frieze London and the fourth edition of Frieze Masters open in the city’s Regent Park on Wednesday, October 14, with previews for invited guests on Tuesday, October 13. Frieze London, the more contemporary-minded of the two … Read More

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Sotheby’s Announces Sale of Rare Double-Sided Picasso, Monet Masterpiece

Sotheby’s has announced that a rarely seen painting from Picasso’s Blue Period, La Gommeuse (1901), as well as one of Monet’s major Waterlilies paintings, Nymphéas (1908), will be auctioned at their Impressionist and modern art evening sale in New York … Read More

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Adrian Turner, Serra Pradhan, and Ricky Manne Are Now Partners at Marianne Boesky

Marianne Boesky Gallery announced today that Adrian Turner, Serra Pradhan, and Ricky Manne are now partners at the New York gallery, which has branches in Chelsea and the Upper and Lower East Sides. All three new partners have been directors … Read More