6 Press Releases

Tag: Agnes Martin

  • Auction Result

    Artists of Black History Month: Robert Colescott

    Bonhams Sells Major Painting by Satirical Artist for $930,000 In 1997, painter Robert Colescott achieved international stardom for representing the American Pavilion at the Venice Biennale. He appeared alongside the likes of Rachel Whiteread, Agnes Martin, Marina Abramović, and Gerhard Richter. The exhibition, on the whole, had shifted away from…

  • Art World

    2021 Art Market Predictions From Art Advisor Elisa Carollo

    Photo of Elisa Carollo. After witnessing the cancellation of almost every major art fair in 2020, making art market predictions for 2021 is an intimidating task. Elisa Carollo, art advisor and Milan Editor of Art She Says, was nonetheless up for the challenge when Auction Daily spoke with her earlier…

    2021 Art Market Predictions From Art Advisor Elisa Carollo1
  • Auction Industry, Press Release

    Works from the Collection of Founder of New York’s Chiron Press Feature in Contemporary Art at Swann

    Featuring Works by Louise Nevelson from the Collection of Albert Argentieri & Works from the Collection of Stephen Poleskie, Founder of Chiron Press New York—Contemporary Art is at Swann Galleries on Thursday, November 19 offering a selection of works on paper and multiples from the mid-twentieth century through the present.…

    Works from the Collection of Founder of New York’s Chiron Press Feature in Contemporary Art at Swann
  • Auction Result

    A Full Month of Fine Art Sales at Swann Shows Strength

    Andy Warhol and Jean-Michel Basquiat, silver print, 1985, printed 1997. Sold June 11, 2020, in Fine Photographs for $27,500. New York—Swann Galleries offered four sales of Fine Art this June, each one proving audiences are undeterred by the remote bidding format due to social distancing guidelines. Feral Benga, cast bronze,…

    A Full Month of Fine Art Sales at Swann Shows Strength
  • Auction Industry

    From the Collection of the “Champion of Women Artists”

    Works by Joan Mitchell and Helen Frankenthaler Available in Sotheby’s Auction Alternately described as a trailblazer, the “champion of women artists,” and a cowgirl, Ginny Williams was a widely-known collector and gallery owner from Denver, Colorado. “She aspired to be a combination of Mame, Mrs. Robinson, and Maude from Harold…

    From the Collection of the “Champion of Women Artists”-1
  • Artists

    Cynthia Navaretta, art critic, curator, publisher, art collector, architectural engineer dies at age 97

    Cynthia’s friends included Jackson Pollock, Harold Rosenberg, Lee Krasner, Milton Resnick, Milton Avery, Franz Kline, the De Kooning’s, among others. NEW YORK, NY.- In her mid-twenties Cynthia Navaretta was immersed in the New York art scene from the early days of the ‘New York School’ and the influential “8th Street Club”…

    Cynthia Navaretta, art critic, curator, publisher, art collector, architectural engineer dies at age 97