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by Judd Tully

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

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

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Paintings by Pablo Picasso again dominated the field at Sotheby’s slow but steady Impressionist, Modern and Surrealist Art evening sale, Read more…

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Led by a rich array of Pablo Picasso paintings, Christie’s London Impressionist & Modern and the Art of the Surreal Read more…

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Capping a distinguished forty-year career as a New York based Old Master dealer with international influence, “The Otto Naumann Sale” Read more…

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The 16th edition of Art Basel Miami Beach, North America’s most prestigious modern and contemporary art fair closed on Sunday Read more…

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by Judd Tully

I started writing seriously about the art market as a stringer for the Washington Post Style section in late 1985. Read more…