artsy -When the pandemic first hit, the art market was turned upside down. “People were saying, ‘Oh my god, the wheels are coming off the bus. This is probably not a great time to sell art.’ So there were far less available works at auction,” said Doug Woodham, managing partner of New York–based firm Art Fiduciary Advisors and a former president of Christie’s for the Americas. Fast forward to present, and the situation has transformed.  – read more 

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