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For $13 Million, David Bowie’s Elusive Art Collection Could Be Yours
More than 400 works owned by Bowie will go on display at Sotheby’s in November, and then up for auction.
art and design 2016
5 Lessons in Today’s Art Market From a Sotheby’s Advisor
Sotheby’s Amy Cappellazzo has made a very nice career out of pricing pigment.
as told to
Good-bye Forever to Picasso’s
Women of Algiers
I set eyes on the beautiful reward by Picasso known as
The Women of Algiers
, an epic master class on the ways of painting, which will be sold tonight to a private collector for $140 million.
Who’s Off-loading Masterworks at This Month’s Auctions?
Step right up to get your Rothkos, Picassos, and Monets in the $2.3 billion sale-a-thon.
Francis Bacon Painting Breaks Auction Record, Sells for $142 million
In your screaming face, Edvard Munch
Jesse David Fox
A Rothko From 1954 Just Sold for an Ungodly Sum
$75.1 million for
No. 1 (Royal Red and Blue)
Jerry Saltz: This Is Why I Hate Big-Money Art Auctions
Not just because they’re freak-show legal casinos.
McDormand Hosts Wooster’s First Art Auction
Even though photographers ask him to write them all the time.