At ADAA Art Show, Amid Scattered Sales and Rare Henry Ossawa Tanner Presentation

The Art Show, the Art Dealers Association of America’s 30-year-old fair on the Upper East Read more…

Sotheby’s Small But Solid Night

In a small but solid evening led by Claude Monet’s sparkling Venetian scene, Sotheby’s Impressionist Read more…

Christie’s Chunky & Long Impressionist & Modern & Art of the Surreal Evening Sale

Though marred by a number of pricey buy-ins, Christie’s London combo single owner, Impressionist & Read more…

Angela Davis Honored in Birmingham Alabama

Angela Davis, the 75 year old human rights activist and author was honored on Saturday Read more…

Are Female Old Masters an Untapped Market or a Marketing Ploy?

Experts Are Divided, But Buyers Don’t Seem to Care. Rarely traded work by female artists Read more…

Beauford and Joseph Delaney, Their Life and Art

New York Studio School of Drawing, Painting and Sculpture Evening Lecture Series – March 29, Read more…

Francis Bacon’s Women (at Ordovas)

“Bacon’s Women,” the straight forward title at the Upper East Side outpost of Ordovas (November Read more…

Dawoud Bey on Imagining the Paths of Fugitive Slaves

When Chicago-based artist Dawoud Bey traveled to the outskirts of Cleveland in late 2017, he Read more…

Andy Warhol – Another Look Back

With “Andy Warhol—From A to B and Back Again,” the blockbuster retrospective running at the Read more…

Jenny Saville Painting Sells for $12.4 M. at Sotheby’s London, Record for Living Female Artist

On Friday night, in a salesroom at Sotheby’s London, Jenny Saville’s masterful seated nude self-portrait Read more…