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the man who sold the art
David Bowie’s Art Collection Auctions for $30 Million
The late singer and performer’s collection netted double the expected amount.
Where Are the Millennials in This Spring’s Art Auctions?
Few artists born in the 1980s are on the block.
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
Kenny Schachter’s New York Auctions Diary
Thick in the air amid the good, bad, and really, really awful lies the unstoppable, implacable, genetically coded urge to create and collect.
Dan Loeb Rolls Sotheby’s and Its CEO
“This was obvious and inevitable,” said one source.
Floral Trend Finally Hits the Art Market
The auction record has been set — for any female artist.
up for auction
You’ll Have the Opportunity to Buy John Lennon’s Doodles Soon
The “gobbledygook” will be up for auction this June.
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.
Andy Warhol Canvas Of Coke Bottle Sells For Over $35.36 Million
The piece was sold at a Sotheby’s auction, ten million dollars higher than the expected price
See the Most Expensive Piece of Art Ever Sold at Auction
“What recession?” etc., etc.
How Deitch’s MOCA Gig Changes the Art World
Who’s up, and who’s down.
Makes a Bid on Love
And guess what? Even at Sotheby’s, it costs less than $8,000. Read all about it in our episode recap.
Why’s Steve Cohen Showing Sotheby’s So Much Love?
Cohen lent nearly half a billion dollars worth of art to Sotheby’s, even though the works aren’t for sale.
How Do You Stop an Art Collector From Charging?
Until recently, Sotheby’s accepted Visa, MasterCard, and American Express for auction purchases — but not anymore!
Opening of Fall Art-Auction Season Marked by Crappy Sales, Great Deals
Greedy art sellers “have learned their lesson,” said Tobias Meyer, Sotheby’s Teutonic auctioneer.
Takashi Murakami Watches From the Wings at Sotheby’s
Plus: Robert Rauschenberg sets a record two days after his death.
apropos of nothing
Will Rauschenberg’s Death Create a Feeding Frenzy at Sotheby’s?
Forgive us for being, well, vultures, but we could see Robert Rauschenberg setting a new sales record tomorrow night.
Mars Investigations Closed for Good?
Americans Get Outbid at Sotheby’s and Christie’s