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by Judd Tully

Upended by the Corona-19 virus/pandemic barely midway through 2020 and with it the abrupt cessation of ‘live’ auctions, including the Read more…

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In a mighty wind-up of the fall live-stream auction calendar, Phillips New York turned in a stellar performance on December Read more…

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Nipping and then some at the high heels of Sotheby’s $88.2 million result for its contemporary art evening sale in Read more…

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The first iteration of TEFAF Online 2020, an art fair limited to “300 Masterpieces” and allowing each exhibitor a single Read more…

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by Judd Tully

The so-called hybrid digital live stream model of art auctions invented out of necessity from the Covid pandemic, soldiers on Read more…

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by Judd Tully

Though not exactly new in the gallery exhibition world of pairing artists from different periods, the current iteration of Frederick Read more…

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Collectors’ Reversals of Fortune Can Mean a Payday for Auction Houses—or Spell Disaster Forced sales of fine art resulting from Read more…

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by Judd Tully

Led by an elegiac Cy Twombly abstraction from the 1960’s and a custom-framed Tyrannosaurus Rex skeleton from circa 67 million Read more…

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The week long online sale that closed on October 1st, “Dear Keith: Works from the Personal Collection of Keith Haring” Read more…

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“Not yet Titled,” a small-scaled, 17 ¾ by 13 3/8 inch acrylic, paper collage and fabric collage on wood panel Read more…