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…

Masterpiece Theatre: $8 M. Kline Sells at Frieze Masters; $15 M. Dubuffet, Film Greats On Offer

After the blur of V.I.P. viewing on Wednesday in the two Frieze tents in Regent’s Read more…

Rare Richter’s a Bust, but Christie’s Moves $25.9 M. Bacon, $21 M. Fontana at London Sales

Christie’s postwar and contemporary art evening sale got socked with a pricey trio of unsold Read more…

Even as Brexit Looms, Galleries Notch Sales on Frieze London’s Opening Day

The latest iterations of Frieze London and Frieze Masters, artfully bivouacked in separate bespoke white Read more…

Ferrari GTO sets Record at RM Sotheby’s

A rare and race winning 1962 Ferrari GTO, one of only 36 produced between 1962-64, Read more…

London Calling—The June Evening Auctions Cruise Comfortably

Strong demand, further enhanced by financial guarantees that insured success for top lots in the Read more…

How Adrian Ghenie Conquered the Art Market

The Romanian painter’s prices have increased 160-fold over the past decade. But who, or what, Read more…

‘A Luxury Problem’: As Art Basel 2018 Rolls On, the Sales Beat Continues

The biggest distraction from the 49th edition of Art Basel is the giant, exhausting, and Read more…