LiveArt has an easy-to-save calendar and the need-to-know lots for all of the November New York sales.
Alighiero Boetti's Mappa works are setting records this Fall. How Boetti's embroidered maps fit into his market and why his prices are rising is mapped out in this post.
Alex Katz's retrospective at the Guggenheim museum has brought his auction market up to a whole new level.
Phillips will offer an untitled Cy Twombly work from the 2005 series of paintings titled Bacchus Psilax Mainomenos for $35 million during its November sale.
Sotheby's will auction one of Andy Warhol's most valuable works—White Disaster (White Car Crash 19 Times)—which is expected to make a price in excess of $80 million.
The Fisch Davidson collection of Baroque paintings—including a £25m Rubens—is coming to Sotheby's in January following the December sale of Titian's £8m Venus and Adonis
Jean-Michel Basquiat's Boxers and Warriors are among his most recognizable, valuable and traded works. This painting of Sugar Ray Leonard returns to market with a $35 million price tag after 15 years with the same owner.
Emily Mae Smith rose as one of the stars of the 2021 season. A female artist, a figurative painter, and a contemporary Surrealist memorably skewering identity and gender, Smith was both a fresh take and fit the mold for market interest.
London's Frieze Auctions Totaled $260 million with more than 55% of the value going toward the work of the top ten artists but still a growing number of artists represented.
The Frieze Evening sales for Sotheby's and Phillips showed unexpected strength in the art market as £115 million was spent.