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…

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…

Art and Auction Magazine
by Judd Tully

For Londoner Maryam Homayoun Eisler, building a collection of art from Britain, China, and the Middle East begins with intensive Read more…

Brian Appel
by Judd Tully

This interview was originally published on brianappelart.com Judd Tully is editor-at-large for “Art + Auction” magazine published monthly in New York Read more…

New York Magazine
by Judd Tully

“I walk through the world fairly unself-conscious of how people perceive me,” says Amy Cappellazzo in a private viewing room Read more…

The New York Times
by Judd Tully

As a creator of luxury custom carpets, the V’Soske company has been laying the world at it’s clients’ feet for Read more…

Institute of Contemporary Art at Maine College of Art
by Judd Tully

This interview is from the brochure for the exhibition Harvey Quaytman, New Works September 25-November 2, 1997 at the ICA Read more…

Cover
by Judd Tully

With the stub of an unlit cigar in hand, Frank Stella is pacing back and forth in his mammoth studio Read more…

Mandarin Oriental
by Judd Tully

Frank Stella is the only living American artist to have been honored with two retrospectives at New York’s Museum of Read more…

unknown
by Judd Tully

In a rare, post-auction analysis of a casualty strewn auction of ten Andy Warhol paintings held at Sotheby’s New York Read more…