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The New York Sales Were No Bargain

Can the Middle Market Thrive as the Top End Evaporates?

Sotheby's Announces a New CEO

A Dealer and His Finacial Backers Come to an Impasse

The Modern Dismantles Itself

Sotheby's African Art Soars; Francis Bacon Regrets

Swann African-American Art Totals $7.5m for 2019

What On Earth Is Going On?

Phillips Finds More in the Market

Guston, Riley, Albers, Lead Lancaster Sale

Nearly $64m in Contemporary Art Sold in New York Ahead of Frieze

A Ten-X Thursday in the Art Market

The Wallace Collection Enters the Global Conversation

Radio Ruscha

Sotheby's Sets a Date

Doctors and Dentists Can't Collect Like the Vogels

Does It Matter If Art Is an Industry?

Drahi's Deal Is Done

Join the KAWS in Hong Kong

The Leonardo Curse

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