Fewer and Smaller: A New Normal for London’s Summer Auctions?
June 23, 2017
Scott Reyburn reports on the recent, and upcoming, sales in London. It appears that at least one of the big boys is beginning to understand that too much work is not a good thing … Christie’s cuts its London auctions, … More…
COMMENTS ON THE ART MARKET
A Conversation with Alyssa Rehs Recently, Patricia Dobashi of RubyLUX, sat down with Alyssa to discuss the gallery’s origins, how she’s changed the business and her thoughts on the art market. Read More...
June 22, 2017
A recent study has shown that children and adults look at art in very different ways. Adults use top-down processing — driven by voluntary factors that are internal to the observer – such as prior knowledge of the work. On the … More…
June 21, 2017
News of this find traveled the globe pretty quickly and after seeing images of the work (which were not very impressive) I was surprised by the estimated value of more than $5 million … but what do I know … More…
They always say that leopards never change their spots (not even if those spots were created by Damien Hirst) … so why did they ever release this guy? The other day we posted a story about Vince Lopreto being extradited … More…
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