The Art Newspaper
by Judd Tully

Despite works the collection of film producer Jacqui Eli Safra that were enticingly offered with no reserves, the auction house’s Read more…

The Art Newspaper
by Judd Tully

A $149.2m Seurat studio scene and $137.7m Cézanne landscape led the 60-lot, white glove sale Studded with masterpieces ranging from Read more…

The Art Newspaper
by Judd Tully

On a night when many works outpaced expectations in Christie’s New York saleroom, Ernie Barnes’s “The Sugar Shack” sold for Read more…

Blog
by Judd Tully

Christie’s recently reformatted 21st Century Evening sale, a cerebral mix and match of younger and more established artists, showed off Read more…

The Art Newspaper
by Judd Tully

The collection of Thomas and Doris Ammann brought in $317.8m with fees, good for Christie’s forth-biggest single-owner sale ever. Powered Read more…

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by Judd Tully

Last week’s London and beyond trio of auction house evening sales of modern and contemporary art held at Christie’s, Sotheby’s Read more…

ArtTactic
by Judd Tully

In this week’s episode of the ArtTactic Podcast, Judd Tully, independent arts journalist, helps us recap the major November contemporary Read more…

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by Judd Tully

Sotheby’s pulled off the first stage of The Macklowe Collection with a white glove, 100 percent sold $676,055,000 evening sale, Read more…

Blog
by Judd Tully

Ed Dolman, without doubt, the most seasoned and successful auction executive in the business, is stepping down from his high Read more…

The Art Newspaper
by Judd Tully

– Half of it was pre-sold through guarantees The sale was led by a classic 1932 Picasso of Marie-Thérèse at Read more…