His iconic "Black Strat" went for more than 26 times its asking price.
The famous physicist made it pretty clear in his “God Letter” that he wasn’t a fan of organized religion.
The artwork has been hotly debated for years, but its sale signals one thing absolutely: a "very unequal, even obscene distribution of wealth in the world."
"Salvator Mundi," long missing, was expected to fetch at least $100 million.
The Renaissance master painted Christ without a halo or crown -- making him "resolutely human."
3. China became a powerhouse in the art market: Taikang Life Insurance, a Chinese insurance company, acquired a 13.5% stake
New York dealer Jack Shainman strategically showed a painting by Kerry James Marshall, who has received a lot of attention
László Moholy-Nagy, EM 1 Telephonbild, conceived in 1922, executed in 1923, porcelain enamel on steel, 37 1/2 x 23 3/4
Edvard Munch, Girls on the Bridge, 1902 Museums also took advantage of the great work offered this sale season to add to
Gerhard Richter, Abstraktes Bild 809-2, 1994 Gerhard Richter, A.B., St. James, 1988 In New York, there are specialty art
Everyone expected the auction of this letter to exceed its estimated $400,000 to $600,000, just as the On the Road scroll
For months, I have endured the television coverage of Donald Trump. And for months, I have gritted my teeth and dared to look at the screen, partly because, as a diehard Democrat, I feel the need to be informed, and partly because I want to make sure I'm actually hearing what I think I'm hearing.
"I want this to be a part of the art world that people just can’t ignore."
Exciting international cultural diplomacy initiatives can be seen through their site-specific commissions. Their founders are currently working with embassy representatives to bring original works to an extensive number of newly constructed U.S. embassies across the globe.
I have yet to hear someone use that word to refer to his new Modigliani​, but the way those windows looked it seems only a matter of time.