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by Judd Tully

Over the course of many years and numerous articles I’d written that touched on the subject of Pablo Picasso, the Read more…

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There were (at least) two paintings at The Armory Show 25 from galleries that I follow and that I fancied Read more…

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Phillips small but tidy evening sale of 20th Century and Contemporary Art at its sleek London headquarters in Berkeley Square Read more…

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Apart from a single David Hockney painting that contributed almost half of the £79.3/$104.1 million sale result of Christie’s Post-War Read more…

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by Judd Tully

Sotheby’s London season opener contemporary art evening sale though absent of masterpieces, nevertheless delivered rock solid results of £93,295,300/$122,953,876. Only Read more…

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In a small but solid evening led by Claude Monet’s sparkling Venetian scene, Sotheby’s Impressionist and Modern Art and Surrealist Read more…

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Angela Davis, the 75 year old human rights activist and author was honored on Saturday (February 16) in her hometown Read more…

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“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…

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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…

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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…