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artnet Newsletter July 2011
artnet's Record-Breaking Warhol Sale
Andy Warhol, Flowers Andy Warhol, Flowers, 1978 It's been a long and steady climb, and now artnet has broken through the $1,000,000 barrier in its online art auctions. The record-setting sale, which closed July 20, 2011, saw Andy Warhol's blue and green Flowers painting from 1978 sell to a private American collector for $1,150,000 at the hammer, or $1,322,500 with the buyer's premium.... Read More
Dateline Manchester Dateline Manchester

Globe-trotting art critic Linda Yablonsky reports on the Manchester International Festival, featuring Willem Dafoe in Robert Wilson's staging of "The Life and Death of Marina Abramovic," plus a review of the performance-art show, "11 Rooms"... Read More
Lyonel Feininger: Gates of Light Lyonel Feininger: Gates of Light

An amazing luminosity — indicating true spiritual vision, according to critic Donald Kuspit — can be found in the paintings of Lyonel Feininger, now on view in "Lyonel Feininger: At the Edge of the World" at the Whitney Museum of American Art... Read More
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Iron Curtain The Iron Curtain Esthetic

In "Ostalgia," an exhibition of art by 50 artists from 20 countries, largely from the former Soviet bloc, New Museum curator Massimiliano Gioni posits a new "Iron Curtain Esthetic"... Read More
London Old Master Auctions Inside the London Old Master Auctions

Paul Jeromack goes behind the headlines in the London auctions of the $35.9 million George Stubbs, the $10.5 million Gainsborough portrait and the $42.8 million Francesco Guardi... Read More
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Art and Psychedelics Art and Psychedelics

"Yes, I am experienced," says artnet Magazine critic Charlie Finch in his review of Ken Johnson's new book, Are You Experienced? How Psychedelic Consciousness Transformed Modern Art... Read More
Strange Days Strange Days

An interview with Romanian artist Ciprian Mureşan, the hip new (to New York) artist whose short, comic videos double as allegories of contemporary post-Soviet life in Eastern Europe... Read More
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George Nelson, An Early Marshmallow Sofa
George Nelson
An Early Marshmallow
Sofa
, ca. 1960
Vinyl and metal
31 x 50 x 30 inches
Est: US $25,000-35,000
€ 17,500-24,500
Bidding ends July 28


Josef Albers, Study for Homage to the Square
Josef Albers
Study for Homage to the
Square
, 1966
Oil on masonite
24 x 24 inches
Est: US $300,000-400,000
€ 210,030-280,040
Bidding ends July 26


Alfred Stieglitz, Camera Work XXXVI, Oct. 1911
Alfred Stieglitz
Camera Work XXXVI,
Oct. 1911
, ca. 1911
16 photogravures
8.75 x 6.6 inches (various sizes)
Est: US $36,000-42,000
€ 25,200-29,400
Bidding ends July 26
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