Can the Single-Venue Gallery Survive?

In March 2013, Jérôme de Noirmont closed the door of his Paris gallery on the Read more…

Sotheby’s Big But Bruising Contemporary Art Evening Sale in London

Raucous protesters crowded the sidewalk in front of Sotheby’s posh New Bond Street entrance on Read more…

Sales Maintained a Steady Pace at Christie’s Post-War and Contemporary Art Auction

LONDON — Though largely absent of fireworks and stung by a quartet of unsold Gerhard Read more…

Christie’s Scores 4th Biggest Art Auction Ever, Pulls In $1.36 Billion in 2 Nights

Flush with master works deemed desirable by the deep-pocketed art market, Christie’s continued its market Read more…

A Strong Showing at Christie’s London

The art market juggernaut continued its seemingly unstoppable ride as Christie’s London Post-War and Contemporary Read more…

Sotheby’s Has a Strong Lead-Off Night in London

LONDON — Powered in large part by a rare to market Francis Bacon triptych, Sotheby’s Read more…

Big Night at Christie’s Caps London Contemporary Week

London—Powered by a runaway Francis Bacon portrait, Christie’s Post-War and Contemporary evening sale—the last of Read more…

Christie’s London Previews Post-War and Contemporary Sale

Gerhard Richter, Jenny Saville and Francis Bacon are just three of the blue-chip names headlining Read more…

Echoes of a Landmark Sale Jussi Pylkkänen on the Rostrum

When auctioneer Jussi Pylkkänen navigated the record-smashing $495.021,500 Post-War and Contemporary art evening sale at Read more…

From Bronzes to Bacon: J. Tomilson Hill’s Defiantly Eclectic Eye

An auction scene in Oliver Stone’s Wall Street, the 1987 Hollywood depiction of the financial Read more…