NY art sales reach $1.3 billion despite post-election fears

The New Yorker | 

Last week’s major sales of Impressionist, Modern and Contemporary art in New York, the most important focus for the art market in the second half of the year, saw nearly $1.3 billion of art change hands. This was close to expectations, and was accompanied by a sense of relief that the US election had not upset the apple cart… Read more

Image: Pablo Picasso, Buste de femme (Dora Maar) (detail), 1938 CREDIT: CHRISTIE’S