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Last month I proposed that the specific artworks which had once belonged to Bernard Madoff be forever associated with him, that he and his various corporate entities which once owned title to and displayed these objects become an inextricable element of their history, discourse, and meaning.
When Liz Neumark launched Great Performances in 1979, it was just a tiny catering service looking to serve food at weddings.
The largest private collection of John Lennon's drawings and sketches will be auctioned off on June 4 by Sotheby's in New York.
Ancient paintings of fornicating Chinese couples and phalluses made of stone are among items that Dutch art collector Ferdinand Bertholet hopes will help China reconnect with its sexually charged past.
Friends and rival collectors say Liu Yiqian, a self-made businessman, has a keener instinct for artworks than most people think Liu Yiqian owns insurance and investment companies, as well as one of the biggest private collection of art in China.
We are confident that adding three shareholder voices to this twelve-person Board will do more to improve Sotheby's long-term growth and increase its share price than would rubber-stamping the Company's latest set of hand-picked nominees.
Online-only auction house Auctionata just raised $30 million to beef up its growing bidding platform.
His music is loved around the world. But many of John Lennon's original drawings and manuscripts haven't been seen for decades.
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Mysteriously lost in 1944, Jack Kerouac's pencil-scrawled manuscript resurfaced in a 2002 Sotheby's catalog, having been discovered years earlier in the closet of a Columbia University dorm room.
Otto Steinert is one of the most important German avant-garde post-war photographers.
A Florida pastor's recent conviction for selling forged Damien Hirst spin paintings provided an absurdist twist to the tired art-scam narrative.