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by Judd Tully

There are still a few more days to catch Dawoud Bey’s superb photography exhibition, “An American Project” at the Whitney Read more…

Avenues Magazine
by Judd Tully

At 91, Jasper Johns may be America’s greatest living artist. Avenue previews his double-whammy retrospective at the Whitney and Philadelphia Read more…

Smithsonian Archives
by Judd Tully

I conducted a series of long-play cassette taped interviews with Chuck Close back in the spring of 1987 for the Read more…

Center for Art Law
by Judd Tully

The Center for Art Law hosts a lunch discussion “Too Good to Be True”. Economic calculations behind the production and Read more…

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by Judd Tully

Ed Dolman, without doubt, the most seasoned and successful auction executive in the business, is stepping down from his high Read more…

The Art Newspaper
by Judd Tully

– Half of it was pre-sold through guarantees The sale was led by a classic 1932 Picasso of Marie-Thérèse at Read more…

The Art Newspaper
by Judd Tully

Picky response to Anne Marion’s all-American collection reflects market’s shifting tastes Sotheby’s auction of the Texan rancher’s collection totalled $157.2m Read more…

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by Judd Tully

The art of David Hammons is covering the island of Manhattan from the freshly installed public art piece “Days End,” Read more…

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by Judd Tully

The live-streamed art market action continues to thrive on the global front as evidenced by the recent series of Modern Read more…

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by Judd Tully

Powered in part by a large-scale Jean Dubuffet painting, the 90 minute long live-streamed evening sale from Phillips London stage Read more…