Artnet
by Judd Tully

Experts Are Divided, But Buyers Don’t Seem to Care. Rarely traded work by female artists helped Sotheby’s Masters Week generate Read more…

NYSS Evening Lecture Series
by Judd Tully

New York Studio School of Drawing, Painting and Sculpture Evening Lecture Series – March 29, 1995 Beauford and Joseph Delaney, Read more…

Blog
by Judd Tully

“Bacon’s Women,” the straight forward title at the Upper East Side outpost of Ordovas (November 2, 2018-January 11,2019), consisted of Read more…

Artnews
by Judd Tully

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

Blog
by Judd Tully

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

Artnews
by Judd Tully

On Friday night, in a salesroom at Sotheby’s London, Jenny Saville’s masterful seated nude self-portrait Propped (1992), which features the Read more…

Artnews
by Judd Tully

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

Artnews
by Judd Tully

Christie’s postwar and contemporary art evening sale got socked with a pricey trio of unsold lots, including a rare-to-market Gerhard Read more…

Artnews
by Judd Tully

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

Blog
by Judd Tully

A rare and race winning 1962 Ferrari GTO, one of only 36 produced between 1962-64, sold for a record $48.4 Read more…