Tag Archives: Eileen Kinsella


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Making a Great Impression

Prints are becoming increasingly popular with collectors as they gain new respect from scholars. Read More


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Untangling the Salander Mess

Dozens of victims of Lawrence Salander's fraud are fighting to recoup their losses of art and money, producing competing lawsuits and multiple claims for the same artworks. Read More


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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

Dealers’ Choice

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


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Warhol Inc.

Two decades after the artist’s death, the Andy Warhol brand is stronger than ever, as collectors continue to pay top prices for his work, curators study obscure aspects of his career, and consumers snap up products—from candy to condoms—plastered with his imagery. Read More


Investigations
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The Brillo-Box Scandal

The discovery that a respected curator produced a set of Andy Warhol Brillo boxes after the artist’s death, passing them off as originals, has created a quandary for dealers, collectors, and scholars—including the experts in charge of authenticating the artist’s work. Read More


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Saatchi’s Answers Raise Questions

Art-world figures take issue with recap on ’80s resales that reclusive collector offers in new book. Read More


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The Top Ten

'The Ship Sails On'. Read More


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$25 Billion and Counting

Auction sales are what one dealer calls the “visible part of the iceberg.” But how big is the rest of it? According to dealers, auction house experts, and other advisers, the private art market is exponentially larger—fueled by increasing demand from Russia, Asia, the Middle East, and other emerging markets. Read More


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Are You Looking at Prices or Art?

Experts discuss how market appreciation is affecting art appreciation. Read More


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Gold Rush

Until a few decades ago, Gustav Klimt was relatively ignored by the art establishment. Now his paintings are among the most expensive ever sold. How did the Viennese painter’s prices rise so high so fast?. Read More


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The 2005 Top Ten Collectors

“In the history of art, as in more materialistic matters, money talks vividly,” Alfred H. Barr Jr., the Museum of Modern Art’s founding director, wrote in 1929. “Let us not be ashamed to listen.” “Well said,” Eli Broad, the financier … Read More


News

Why Wasn’t ‘The Scream’ Insured?

Museums debate the best way to protect irreplaceable works of art Read More