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FairApril 04, 2019
Basquiat and Warhol once roamed these streets, but there’s a new kid in town. Enter Superfine! Art Fair. Equal parts punk rock spirit and accessible art market innovation, Superfine! brings a new…
AuctionApril 04, 2019
Major New York auction houses are hosting photography auctions in April, featuring some of the most important photographers in history. Showcasing artistic innovators and agitators for social change…
FairApril 03, 2019
The 39th edition of the Show will feature more than 90 of the world’s leading fine art photography galleries, over 30 book dealers and publishers, 12 AIPAD Talks, a special exhibition curated by Alec…
AuctionApril 02, 2019
Watch the bidding battle unfold as a buyer shatters the auction record for street artist KAWS.
MuseumApril 01, 2019
MoMA PS1 presents a major survey of the work of artist and activist Nancy Spero (American, 1926–2009). A celebrated figure in the cultural life of New York City, Spero produced a radical body of work…
MuseumMarch 29, 2019
The Smithsonian’s National Portrait Gallery presents Votes for Women: A Portrait of Persistence, a major exhibition examining the history of women’s suffrage in the United States opening March 29.…
MuseumMarch 28, 2019
Michelangelo (1475-1564) is widely acknowledged as one of the most creative and influential artists in the history of western art. He was an exceptional draftsman and the up-close study of…
AuctionMarch 27, 2019
DALLAS, Texas – Collections from a prominent Tulsa, Oklahoma collector and a large group of 22 sets of drawings by Frank Lloyd Wright, among the great architects of the 20th century, will be among…
At LargeMarch 27, 2019
“Miniatures offer changes of scale by which we measure ourselves anew,” writes Lia Purpura, in her essay On Miniatures, which reminds us small artworks have an outsized impact on our sense of who we…
SponsoredMarch 26, 2019

Sotheby’s annual December auctions of Important Judaica and Israeli & International Art concluded yesterday in New York with a combined total of $5.5 million. From important manuscripts to ceremonial silver and fine art, below is a look at what drove the results.