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Everything you ever wanted to know about the art market but didn't know who to ask

25 April 2017

25 April 2017


By Allan Schwartzman, co-founder of AAP & chairman of Sotheby's Global Fine Arts

Whether curating, writing or collecting, I have never felt the need to track the distribution of art according to gender or race. I was mentored by feminists, and am well aware that a massive shift in the language and trajectory of art (and art viewing) since the early 1970s—towards small-scale, bright colors, narrative, intimacy, vulnerability,  art that is overtly autobiographical, pluralism, and voices that were previously marginalized—has happened in large part because of the feminist movement, and the way it changed cultural consciousness. But I couldn’t help notice that in the six solo exhibitions that have been presented since the opening...

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25 April 2017

Banned Art

The 80th Anniversary of Degenerate Art

By Richard Aronowitz

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Busting the Guarantees Myths

Getting to Grips With Auction House Practices

By Adam Chinn

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Artoon

By Pablo Helguera

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Artoon

By Pablo Helguera

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Madeline’s Madeleine

By Madeline Lissner

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Towering Achievements

By Louisa Buck

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Indigestible Meat

An Important Paul Thek Sculpture Slipped Through Our Hands

By Gary Garrels

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Parks and Recreation

By Madeline Lissner

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