In this week’s edition of the ArtTactic Podcast, Judd Tully, editor at large of Art+Auction Magazine, joins us to recap the Post-War and Contemporary November New York auctions. The sales featured several record-breaking trophy pieces, but with such a small percentage of the art world participating at these price levels, Judd tells us what these high prices reveal about the art market. Then, he touches on the recent trend of very young artists selling well at auction, telling us if this pattern has occurred in previous strong periods in the art market and how market participants are reacting to this trend. Lastly, Judd speculates if the high prices achieved at auction will motivate collectors to sell at Art Basel Miami next month. For more go to ArtTactic.com.
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