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Frieze London 2014 Market News price check
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Price Check: Frieze Masters

At art fairs, the ARTnews team checks in from time to time with dealers at certain booths to hear about any sales they’ve made. These disclosures are collected in a completely non-scientific fashion and based mainly on which booths have … Read More


Frieze London 2014 Market News price check
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Price Check: Frieze London

At art fairs, the ARTnews team checks in from time to time with dealers at certain booths to hear about any sales they’ve made. These disclosures are collected in a completely non-scientific fashion and based mainly on which booths have … Read More


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Morning Links: The D Train Edition

The D train subway line in Brooklyn between Sunset Park and Coney Island has one of the greatest concentrations of public art in the city. [The New York Times] A studio visit with artist Terry Winters. [The Wall Street Journal] … Read More


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Christie’s Announces More Top Lots for Impressionist and Modern Sale in New York

Christie’s has announced further highlights for its Impressionist and Modern sale on November 5 in New York in addition to Edouard Manet’s Le Printemps, the lead lot, which is expected fetch $25-35 million. Fernand Léger’s Les constructeurs avec arbre is … Read More


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Creating a Renaissance for Italian Modernism

A scholar and collector transforms a New York loft into a center for the study of Futurism and beyond it Read More


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Morning Links: State of the Art Edition

“Painting at Clark Art Museum deemed real Rembrandt” [The Boston Globe] “State of the Art” at the Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art “represents a serious effort to introduce contemporary art to a mainstream audience far from the rarefied galleries … Read More


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Art Basel Miami Beach Announces Kabinett Section

If you’ve already had enough of art fairs with Frieze Week in London (it opened today!), well you’re basically out of luck because Art Basel Miami Beach is right around the corner. Today, the fair announced the participants of this … Read More


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London Auction Preview: ‘Dschungelbild’ by Gerhard Richter (1971)

It’s not always possible to know what motivates a collector to sell an artwork at auction, but estimates can provide a look into their thinking. Assuming the work is not being sold because one of the three Ds (Debt, Divorce, … Read More


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London Auction Preview: ‘Flowers’ by Andy Warhol (1964)

It’s not always possible to know what motivates a collector to sell an artwork at auction, but estimates can provide a look into their thinking. Assuming the work is not being sold because one of the three Ds (Debt, Divorce, … Read More


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‘Days of Endless Time’ Takes It Slow

A new exhibition tracks the dissonance between connectivity and solitude in the digital age Read More


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From the second floor of the collection.

Ryan Trecartin and Lizzie Fitch Open at Zabludowicz

“There’s lots of play on gender and sexuality,” a middle-aged British hipster explained to the two slightly uncomfortable-looking older ladies who, had this been a Monty Python sketch, would likely have been played by Michael Palin and Graham Chapman. (These … Read More


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Morning Links: The Painter of Wall Street Edition

“Ripley’s Believe It or Not!” buys an ArtPrize contestant’s work. [Fox 17] A conversation with Philippe de Montebello about his new book. [The Courier-Journal] Here’s a profile of Ashley Longshore, Wall Street’s go-to painter. [New York Post] Bloomberg Philanthropies will … Read More


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Martin Creed's Work no.1086 Everything Is Going To Be Alright (2011) on the residence.

Hauser & Wirth Welcomes Frieze Visitors at Its Somerset Estate

Gallery offers early Franz Wests, Phyllida Barlow at fair fête Read More


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Morning Links: Joni Mitchell Edition

The 2014 ArtPrize winners have been announced. [Artforum] Khairuddin Hori has been named deputy programming director at Paris’s Palais de Tokyo. [The Straits Times] The Hammer Museum honors Joni Mitchell at its gala, and The Wall Street Journal reports. [The … Read More