2021’s Most-read Artnews Tales

Art Market Watch CHRISTIE’S CONTEMPORARY DOES A RECORD $388 MILLIONOn auctioneer Christopher Burge’s last night on the podium, a historic sale with no much less than 11 new public sale records. Art Market Watch WERNER MUENSTERBERGER AND AFRICAN ART AT SOTHEBY’S NEW YORK by Jessica MizrachiAfrican art from the gathering of art scholar Werner Muensterberger, who theorized that amassing was an Oedipal passion. Metropolitan Museum director Thomas Campbell unveils a powerful fall and winter schedule, and responds to new claims of looted antiquities in the assortment. News of Uli Sigg’s main donation to a Hong Kong museum spurs forecasts of an Asianized Art Basel.

  • Bill de Blasio’s Checkered Monument History –Monuments have been alleged to be a serious a half of former New York mayor Bill de Blasio’s legacy in New York City.
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  • A retrospective tells the story of the artist Judy Chicago did not become.
  • The city’s efficiency rating was 21 for galleries and 36 for museums.
  • The first within the sequence, “Histórias Mestiças,” held at the Instituto Tomie Ohtake in 2014, focused on the blending of races in the New World colonies of Spain and Portugal