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The Year in US Museums: Top 7 Trends and Developments of 2015

Selfie-sticks, scandals, and several battles over Nazi-looted art: New Institutions—and Closed Doors; Expansions Go Awry;   The Biggest Scandal;   Big Plans for the Berkshires;   Demands to ‘Give it

Miami is a Mecca for rich Republican Art collectors

This year during Art Basel Miami Beach, Fox News host Bill O'Reilly sent correspondent Jesse Watters down to the art fairs to poke fun of attendees. Waters was operating under

A look at Artprice Global Art Market annual report for 2015

With the Artprice’s Global Art Market annual report being released in February of 2016, we are able to analyze its preview and put a few figures and concepts in perspective.

Bonhams sale aims to redress gender inequality in the art world

Auction is latest in a raft of exhibitions and sales to promote women artists.The highest price at auction for a work by the French sculptor Germaine Richier is £1.2m, compared


Larry’s List is honored to present the PRIVATE ART MUSEUM REPORT, the first study on the global setting of privately founded contemporary art museums. The report draws on the largest

Asian Art in search of wealthy locals to support the arts community

Southeast Asian art is increasingly attracting critical acclaim but it's lacking a vital element crucial for a healthy market, two of America's most prominent art collectors have warned. Marc and

Three picks from next week’s Old Masters auctions at Sotheby’s New York

All eyes are on Gentileschi’s $25m Danaë, but some other works deserve collectors’ attention too.While Sotheby’s Old Masters week centres on the $25m-plus Danaë by Orazio Gentileschi (above), to be

Steve Cohen Is Trading Art Like Stocks

Steven A. Cohen built a reputation as a fast trader with an uncanny ability to predict where stock prices are headed. He’s applying his investing style to an art collection

Sotheby’s had to up guarantee from $350 M. to $500 M. to win Taubman Collection

This week in New York, Sotheby’s begins its four-part sale of about 500 works from the collection of Alfred A. Taubman, the collector and former chairman of the auction house

The year that the bubble bursts?

“We are not in a bubble”, said the now-former CEO of Christie’s after their May 2014 sale of Post-War and Contemporary art, which fetched an astonishing $745 million. To many,