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by Judd Tully

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

The Art Newspaper
by Judd Tully

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

Artnews
by Judd Tully

The biggest distraction from the 49th edition of Art Basel is the giant, exhausting, and fantastic Bruce Nauman retrospective “Disappearing Read more…

Artnews
by Judd Tully

Joseph Nahmad, the 28-year-old scion of the powerhouse family that is synonymous with high-end trading in the field of Impressionist Read more…

Artnews
by Judd Tully

Anchored by a powerful Francis Bacon cover-lot portrait, Christie’s closed the season’s evening auctions in New York on Thursday night Read more…

Artnews
by Judd Tully

A few lots into Sotheby’s evening sale of contemporary art earlier on Wednesday night, the African-American artist Kerry James Marshall’s Read more…

Artnews
by Judd Tully

There was no debate over the star lot in Sotheby’s evening sale of Impressionist and modern art earlier this evening. Read more…

Artnews
by Judd Tully

In 1968, David Rockefeller was part of an unusual syndicate formed by a small band of deep-pocketed collectors with close Read more…

The Art Newspaper
by Judd Tully

Todd Brassner was close with and owned works by Andy Warhol, who made him a portrait Todd Brassner, the 67-year-old Read more…

Artnews
by Judd Tully

In a case that is bound to rock the art world, a prominent New York collector and art patron has Read more…