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    Market: Drawing Them In

    By: John Dorfman The small, clubby world of drawings enthusiasts gets more expansive this month as galleries all over the Upper East Side of Manhattan open their doors for Master Drawings Week, New York. Introduced in 2007 as an extension … Continue reading

    In Perspective

    EXHIBITIONS An Angle on Arbus: Diane Arbus: Christ in a Lobby and Other Unknown or Almost Known Works opens at the Fraenkel Gallery in San Francisco on Jan. 7 and continues through March 6. Sculptor Robert Gober selected the 48 … Continue reading

    Market: In With the Old

    By: Jenna Curry More than 800 dealers from 22 countries will gather in Miami this month with one thing in common: antiques. Interestingly, that’s about as much as they have in common. The Original Miami Beach Antique Show, running Jan. … Continue reading

    Market: California, Here We Come

    By: Jenna Curry In December the art world looked with anticipation toward Miami’s multiple fairs; this month is Los Angeles’ turn to make its mark. The 15th annual Los Angeles Art Show, which takes place Jan. 20–24 at the Los … Continue reading

    Market: Winter Wonders

    By: Jenna Curry The organizers of this year’s Winter Antiques Show have expanded their definition of the word “antiques.” The 75 exhibitors at the show, which runs Jan. 22–31 at the Park Avenue Armory in New York, will not only … Continue reading

    Market: Folk and Formal

    By: Sheila Gibson Stoodley Christie’s and Sotheby’s will welcome the New Year in New York with Americana week, a series of sales that take place before and during the Winter Antiques Show. Sotheby’s has scheduled its important Americana auction in … Continue reading

    Market: Uncommon Clay

    By: A&A Staff The New York Ceramics Fair, which runs Jan. 20–24 at the National Academy Museum, is the country’s only major event dedicated exclusively to antique and contemporary ceramics, and has the honor of being the first fair to … Continue reading

    Market: Everybody's All-American

    By: John Dorfman Rounding out New York’s Americana week, the American Antiques Show will take place Jan. 21–24, overlapping with the Americana sales at Sotheby’s and Christie’s and with the first few days of the much larger Winter Antiques Show. … Continue reading

    In Perspective

    By: A&A Staff EXHIBITIONS A Stitch in Time: Alighiero e Boetti: “Mappa,” a show devoted to the late Italian conceptual artist’s series of embroidered world maps, continues at Gladstone Gallery in New York through Jan. 23. UPCOMING AUCTIONS Before the … Continue reading

    Market: Florentine Time Capsule

    By: Sallie Brady Is Italy really the place to buy Italian art and antiques? That’s what many collectors were left wondering earlier this fall when Florence did a flashback to its 1920s glory days, staging one of postwar Italy’s most … Continue reading