Monday, June 26, 2017

Will There Be a Real Modigliani In The Art Market?

The US scholar Kenneth Wayne is planning a “variation to the traditional catalogue raisonné” on the Italian artist Amedeo Modigliani. Ambrogio Ceroni’s catalogue raisonné,...

Leonardo DiCaprio Will Give Masterpieces of His Collection for Investigation to the FBI

The US justice department has revealed new details in its investigation of an alleged $4.5 billion Malaysian money laundering scheme that has ensnared financier...

Shiraga’s Market: There Is Still Hope For “Survival”

The Art Newspaper has a long market history of the rise of Gutai and, especially, Kazuo Shiraga on the market. The story frets that...

Geoff McFetridge – Poem for the Literates

Artist and designer Geoff McFetridge at Volta13 Basel. For their booth at Volta13 Basel in Switzerland,V1 Gallery presents a brand new series of artworks created...

Russian Sales Find a Base, Can They Build Back?

London’s Russian art week has been greatly diminished but Colin Gleadell finds signs of stability in the category: London’s Russian art sales seemed to have...

Brett Gorvy Plans To Develop Himself About Every Other Aspect Of The Art Market

Brett Gorvy has taken to Artnet to hold forth on his plans at Lévy Gorvy and, it would seem, just about every other aspect...

Rosenquist Estate Trying To Get To Europe With Thaddaeus Ropac

Melanie Gerlis’s monetary instances column declares that James Rosenquist’s estate has moved from the artist’s dealer Acquavella: The estate of yank artist James Rosenquist, who...

In Arizona Discovered The Unexplained Connection Of Jackson Pollock And da Vinci

The story Arizona art dealer Josh Levine’s discovery of a Jackson Pollock (along with works by Kenneth Noland and Jules Olitski) seems plausible until...

South Africa’s Strauss & Co. Has $7m Sale Led By Pierneef, Preller, Stern &...

South Africa’s Strauss & Co. held their Winter sale last night and pulled in a very healthy R89m or nearly $7m. The house sold...

Ezgi Pamir’s intricate threaded portraits of windswept women that float off the canvas

Turkish creative Ezgi Pamir's latest threaded artworks tend to sweep off the canvas, as though her female characters are being swept away by the...

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