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Studio assistants, family, and friends, including a team from Cre8tive YouTH*ink, are helping to restore paintings in Ray Smith's Gowanus studio, which was inundated with seven feet of water. "It's like swamp archeology," he says.
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A Climate Change in the Art World?

The art community is digging out, drying off, counting its losses, helping its neighbors–and starting to prepare for the hurricanes of the future Read More

Adriana Varejão's Parede com Incisões a la Fontana II (Wall with Incisions a la Fontana II), 2001, was estimated at £200,000 to £300,000 at Christie's contemporary-art auction in February. It sold for £1.1 million, or $1.8 million—a record for the artist. With prices fluctuating widely, collectors are often shocked to learn that their holdings are underinsured. CHRISTIE'S IMAGES LTD. 2011
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In Praise of Appraisals

Market ups and downs have affected the value of many artworks. Insurance experts explain why—and how—to keep appraisals current. Read More

Lucy Mitchell-Innes with Enoc Perez’s Nakagin Capsule Tower, Tokyo, 2009, from last fall’s exhibition of the artist’s work. COURTESY MITCHELL-INNES & NASH, NEW YORK
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Dealers’ Choice

Lucy Mitchell-Innes takes the helm of the Art Dealers Association of America. Read More