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In this short post by Jerry Saltz, we learn that the artist Wade Guyton not only printed multiple, identical, indistinguishable copies of a “unique” work that was to be auctioned at Christie’s for between $2.5 and $3.5 million, possibly more, but he also showed off the results of his labours on Instagram in what could be interpreted as an attempt to taint the sale. 292 more words


The Freaks of Nature: The Caliph of California

  Holding nothing back we bring you a rare interview with one of the leaders of one of those hypothetical “NO GO ZONES,” that Fox News “experts” keep blabbing on about.     71 more words


At Sotheby's | The Collection of Louis Grandchamp des Raux

François Desportes, Hunting Scene with Dogs, Partridges, and Pheasants, a royal commission for the antechamber of Louis XIV’s apartment at Marly in 1702.

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Of Koons, Twombly, Perelman and Gagosian: Lessons to be Learned

By Jessica M. Curley (Part I) and Daniel Kokhba (Part II)

Part I: Places, lights, action

The lack of transparency in the art world can sometimes cause unease and distrust among transacting parties, as can be seen in the protracted litigation between billionaire financier Ronald O. 1,527 more words


Master Drawings New York, 2015

Aert Schouman (Dordrecht 1710–1792 The Hague), A Cockerel Crowing, pencil, pen and ink and watercolour and gum arabic, heightened with white, signed ‘A. Schouman. ad.f’ in pen and brown ink, 171 x 191 mm, Provenance: Lord Fairhaven. 1,463 more words