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    Market: Miami Madness

    By: A&A Staff It’s a sign of the season: As the cold weather sets in up north and the snowbirds head south, art invades Miami. This year Art Basel Miami Beach, the flagship event of December’s contemporary art week, is … Continue reading

    Market: Smart Sets

    By: Sheila Gibson Stoodley Last September at Bonhams’ Knightsbridge location in London, an old television set with a 15-inch screen that no longer works sold for almost $30,000. While it comes with some spiffy extras (its oak-veneered cabinet also contains … Continue reading

    Market: Encore in Paris

    By: Sallie Brady Here we go again. Underbidders at February’s historic $483 million sale of couturier Yves Saint Laurent’s collection of art and antiques have another chance to own a piece of the tastemaker’s legacy when the final portion of … Continue reading

    Market: Prints Charming

    By: Sheila Gibson Stoodley The International Fine Print Dealers Association fair returns to the Park Avenue Armory in Manhattan on Nov. 5–8 with 84 dealers offering, among other things, strong works by artists who excelled in more than one medium. … Continue reading

    Market: Autumn’s Appetites

    By: Jenna Curry Despite a tough economic year for the art world, Christie’s and Sotheby’s have high hopes for their New York Impressionist, modern and contemporary evening sales this month. Christie’s kicks off the season on Nov. 3 with its … Continue reading

    Market: House Party

    By: Sheila Gibson Stoodley The second annual American Art Fair will take place at the National Academy & School of Fine Arts in New York on Nov. 30–Dec. 3. All but one of the 11 exhibitors from the inaugural fair … Continue reading

    Market: Doubly Modern

    By: John Dorfman This month, for the first time, Modernism (in its 24th edition) will be merged with Art 20 (in its eighth edition) into one event, to be held at New York’s Park Avenue Armory on Nov. 13–16. According … Continue reading

    Market: Eyes on the Past

    By: Jenna Curry Art objects and ethnographic artifacts from across the globe—from Africa to Southeast Asia to the Americas—will be brought together for the 19th annual Los Angeles Asian and Tribal Art Show, running Nov. 14–15 at the Santa Monica … Continue reading

    In Perspective

    By: The Editors EXHIBITIONS Back to Nature: Babcock Galleries in New York has a comprehensive show of the work of Alan Gussow from Oct. 8–Nov. 25. Gussow, who died in 1997, combined abstraction with observation in landscape paintings that expressed … Continue reading

    Market: On the Continent

    By: John Dorfman Although relatively little known to art buyers in the English-speaking countries, German and Austrian auction houses are excellent hunting grounds for unusual finds at sometimes bargain prices. This month and next, a large number of sales in … Continue reading