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Ileana Sonnabend, Robert Rauschenberg, and Michael Sonnabend at Galerie Sonnabend in Paris, ca. 1963.
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Rauschenberg Eagle Ruffles Feathers

Sonnabend heirs, IRS dispute value of ‘Canyon’ Read More

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Art Fairs Join Forces With ‘Virtual’ World

NEW YORK—Over its 14-year history, the annual Armory Show art fair has grown into one of the biggest events in the art world. Now the fair has turned to online art marketplace Paddle8 for what organizers describe as a “virtual … Read More

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A Matter of Opinion

Concerns about liability have led several artist’s foundations to stop authenticating their work Read More

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Split Opinions on Sharing Profits

Debate on artist resale rights in U.S. heats up amid legal wrangling Read More

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The Artist as Philanthropist

At a time when government and corporate support is decreasing, artists’ foundations are becoming increasingly influential Read More

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Still Market Runs Deep

Ab Ex Master among “recession-proof” artists at auction Read More

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Fall Imp/Mod Auctions: The Difference a Day Makes

Christie’s and Sotheby’s evening sales paint very different pictures of the health of the market Read More

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Wayne Event

Pop artist’s unauthorized Wayne portrait doubles expectations Read More

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Snapshot of a Vibrant Market

Fall photography auctions draw wide range of buyers Read More

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Potential Restitution Claim for Renoir Prompts Preemptive Suit

NEW YORK—Representatives for the estate of a Chicago couple who owned a landscape painting by Pierre-Auguste Renoir, filed a lawsuit in U.S. District Court in Illinois last month after an attempt to sell the work at auction was blocked when the auction house discovered evidence that the work might be one of several sold under duress in Europe in the 1930s because of the Nazi regime. Read More

Award winner William D. Cohan with Deadline Club President Rebecca Baker (center) and Tina Brown, editor-in-chief of Newsweek and the Daily Beast.  RICK MAIMAN/COURTESY THE DEADLINE CLUB
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ARTnews Wins 2011 Deadline Club Award for Journalism

ARTnews has won the 2011 Deadline Club Award for excellence in journalism for a series of articles on the controversy surrounding 74 “recently discovered” plaster sculpture casts said to have been made by Edgar Degas. The series also earned ARTnews … 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

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The Trouble With Warhol

A high-profile lawsuit and a scandal over "posthumous" Brillo boxes have brought scrutiny to the methods used by the Andy Warhol Art Authentication Board—and its responsibility to the owners of Warhol works. Read More

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ARTnews Wins Silurians 2011 Excellence in Journalism Award

ARTnews has won the Society of the Silurians 2011 Excellence in Journalism Arts/Culture Award for a series of articles on the controversy surrounding 74 “recently discovered” plaster sculpture casts said to have been made by Edgar Degas. The articles, by … Read More