artsy – The overarching narrative of last week’s marquee art auctions in New York was that all the key players—auction houses, consignors, and bidders—were being cautious. You could hear the prognostications of market watchers looking for the ominous clouds of a recession, gauging whether world events had finally precipitated the major market retraction that seems to be foretold every auction season. – read more


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