December, 2009

18.12.09 MOSCOW—After a dramatic showing last year, the winners of Russia's third annual Kandinsky Prize were announced

13.12.09 LONDON—Buyers proved willing to spend substantial sums to acquire the choicest works on offer at Christie’s
13.12.09 LONDON—After a record-shattering night at the Christie’s Old Master auction on Tuesday, Sotheby’s
08.12.09 MIAMI—Scope’s first hours on Wednesday were sweaty ones. The fair’s founder, Alexis Hubshman
08.12.09 MIAMI—The biggest news about Art Miami this year might have to do with the flooring.
08.12.09 MIAMI—“I would say this goes beyond my expectations,” says New Art Dealers Alliance (NADA) fair director Heather Hubbs
08.12.09 MIAMI BEACH, Fla.—Show-guide fatigue wore down collectors and tire-kickers alike at Art Basel Miami Beach
08.12.09 MIAMI—“I would say this goes beyond my expectations,” says New Art Dealers Alliance (NADA) fair director Heather Hubbs
08.12.09 MIAMI BEACH, Fla.—Show-guide fatigue wore down collectors and tire-kickers alike at Art Basel Miami Beach
08.12.09 Some were outliers, expanding despite the times. Several lost. Others held steady. A handful are
08.12.09 MIAMI BEACH, Fla.—To a greater extent than its sister fair in Switzerland, Art Basel Miami Beach
08.12.09 MIAMI BEACH, Fla.—The common refrain in the opening hours of the VIP preview for the eighth edition of Art Basel Miami Beach
02.12.09 PARIS—A set of newly cast bronze sculptures has gone on display at the Herakleidon Museum in Athens, and though the exhibition's organizers argue
01.12.09 NEW YORK—Earlier this month, the modern and contemporary art market seemed to show some signs of recovery as auctions at Christie’s, Sotheby’s, and Phillips de Pury & Co

01.12.09 PARIS—Christie’s kickoff to its December 1 Impressioniste + Moderne auction in Paris is a fascinating array of Surrealist, modern, and postwar artworks

 

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