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Kerry James Marshall ( Amer 1955-) Painting"Past Times" 1997 Sells for $21.1 M

Kerry James Marshall Painting Sells for Record-Smashing $21.1 M. in Sotheby’s High-Flying $284.5 M. Contemporary Art Evening SaleBY Judd Tully POSTED 05/17/18 1:46 AM Kerry James Marshall, Past Times, 1997, acrylic and collage on canvas, sold for $21.1 M. COURTESY SOTHEBY’SA few lots into Sotheby’s evening sale of contemporary art earlier on Wednesday night, the African-American artist [...]

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ArtRoomsGallery.com: Christie's Impressive Modern Art Auction

Christie’s $416m Impressionist and Modern art sale reaffirms bullish market for top materialEven without a $150m-plus headliner, the auction topped rival Sotheby’s by $100m thanks to deeper, more even biddingSarah P. Hanson16th May 2018 05:16 GMTSuprematist Composition (1916) maintained its reign as most expensive Malevich to sell at auction, fetching $85.8mCourtesy of Christie's Images LTDAfter [...]

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Amedeo Modigliani, Nu couché (sur le côté gauche) (1917), sold for $157.2m Courtesy of Sotheby's

 Sex sells—but only if it is guaranteedSarah P. Hanson15th May 2018 04:55 GMT Courtesy The Art Newspaper and Sotheby's Helena Newman, worldwide co-head of Impressionist and Modern art for Sotheby's, presides over bidding for Monet's Matinée sur la Seine (1896) in the 14 May sale in New YorkCourtesy of Sotheby'sKicking off New York’s third straight market [...]

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Amedeo Modigliani, Nu couché (sur le côté gauche) (1917), sold for $157.2m Courtesy of Sotheby's

 Sex sells—but only if it is guaranteedSarah P. Hanson15th May 2018 04:55 GMT Courtesy The Art Newspaper and Sotheby's Helena Newman, worldwide co-head of Impressionist and Modern art for Sotheby's, presides over bidding for Monet's Matinée sur la Seine (1896) in the 14 May sale in New YorkCourtesy of Sotheby'sKicking off New York’s third straight market [...]

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BILL CUNNINGHAM: Beloved Street-Fashion Photographer Getting Museum Retrospective!

Beloved Street-Fashion Photographer Bill Cunningham Is Getting a Career-Spanning Museum RetrospectivePhotographing the city's most fashionable, Bill Cunningham became a New York icon.Sarah Cascone May 10, 2018Photographer Bill Cunningham working during Paris Fashion Week Womenswear Spring/Summer 2014. Photo by Gareth Cattermole/Getty Images.Legendary fashion photographer Bill Cunningham, who at the age of 87, will be the subject of [...]

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The Art of Storytelling: The Christie's Rockefeller Auction Marketing

The Art of Storytelling (and Marketing): How Christie’s Tailored the Rockefeller Narrative to Different Audiences Around the WorldWorking with the Rockefeller Archive Center, Christie's teased out a series of tales to give the Rockefeller collection maximum resonance the world over.Tim Schneider May 9, 2018 David in Rockefeller Plaza, April 1982. Image © Rockefeller Archive Center. Courtesy the [...]

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ArtRoomsGallery.com: Art News From Around The World

Battle for Basquiat: exhibition opens to huge crowds in São Paulo after prevailing in tussle between museums Two major shows had been planned but only Centro Cultural Banco do Brasil's is taking place after Masp cancelled 1st February 2018 12:34 [...]

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US Collectors Donate $380 Million Worth of Art to Musée d’Orsay, Paris

American collector couple Spencer and Marlene Hays have donated their hefty collection of French art to the Musée d’Orsay in Paris. The collection of more than 600 works of 19th- and 20th-century art, by artists like Edgar Degas, Amedeo Modigliani, Gustave Caillebotte, and the avant-garde Nabi Group, is worth over $380 million. French president François [...]

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The European Fine Art Fair (TEFAF) is a hit in New York!

Art FairsAnderson Cooper Buys Unfinished Painting From Met Breuer Show at TEFAF New YorkThe dealer was asking $275,000 for it.

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