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Original Reporting: 

  1. Dealer Dennis Yares Takes Over Mary Boone’s Midtown Manhattan Space

  2. Steve Locke Withdraws Proposal for Slave Auction Block Memorial in Boston

  3. KAWS Leaves Perrotin Gallery After 11 Years

  4. ‘We’re Consuming the Image’: In Argument Before Judge, Lawyer for Andy Warhol Foundation Says Pop Artist Did Not Copy Photo of Prince

  5. ‘This Is a Different Kind of Stress’: U.S. Government Shutdown Leaves Many Arts Workers Without Paychecks

  6. James Cohan Gallery’s Flagship Chelsea Space Will Move to Tribeca in September 2019

Market Coverage:

  1. Phillips Nets $99.9 M. at Contemporary Art Evening Sale, Led by $10.2 M. de Kooning

  2. Beat the Heat! Artists, Dealers Convene in the Hamptons for Lovable, Laidback Upstairs Art Fair

  3. Deep in the West of Texas: A Report from the First Marfa Invitational Art Fair

  4. Lines and Coconuts: Art on Paper Fair Opens on New York’s Lower East Side

  5. Phillips Nets $47.7 M. at Contemporary Sale in London, Led by Gerhard Richter’s $20.4 M. Fighter Jet

  6. At a Frenetic Outsider Art Fair Opening, Memory Jugs, New Discoveries, and a Family Affair

Art Basel Miami 2018: 

  1. Dealer Howard Read Announces New Art Commissions, Bids Farewell to ‘Castelli Model’ of Doing Business

  2. At NADA Miami, Sex Sells—and Ceramics, Too—to Droves of Collectors from Near and Far

  3. Starry (RED) Charity Auction in Miami Brings in $10.5 Million to Fight HIV/AIDS

  4. On Opening Day of the Untitled Fair in Miami, New Collectors, Sales, and One Sleepy Dog

  5. Post Modern: At the Untitled Fair, Yoshinori Niwa Offers Previously Undelivered Cold War–Era Postcards as Art

  6. Art Basel Miami Beach Opens With Robust Sales, Keith Haring Doubleheader, $16.5 M. Basquiat on Offer

Artist Interviews: 

  1. Maurizio Cattelan on His Show of Artists Named Smith, His Retirement Status, and Where His Golden Toilet Is Headed Next

  2. ‘I Saw Music as Less Commercial and More Free’: Kim Gordon on Her Warhol Museum Survey, Her Career as an Artist, and Working with Larry Gagosian

  3. ‘Making a Mark and Not Trying to Express Something’: David Shrigley on Drawing, Theresa May, and Electric Guitars

  4. R. Crumb on His Career-Spanning Show at David Zwirner, Political Cartoons, and His Ukulele

  5. Artist Matt Copson on His Reena Spaulings Show, Disneyland, and Comic Books

  6. ‘There’s Something Maniacal About Basic Desires’: Ian Cheng on His Gladstone Gallery Show, Artificial Intelligence, and His Fear of Snakes

  7. ‘An Artwork Is Not About the Now’: Urs Fischer on His New Gagosian Show, ‘Images’

Event Coverage: 

  1. This Year’s Watermill Benefit Featured Giant Insects, Nude Performers, and Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross

  2. ‘We Get to Pass the Torch’: Former Recipients of Anonymous Was a Woman Artist Grants Assemble in New York Park for Star-Studded Picnic

  3. The Bruce High Quality Foundation Returns to New York

  4. For the Auction-Weary: Eric Doeringer’s ‘Christy’s’ Sale Offers Bootleg Blue-Chip Art for Millions Less

  5. ‘Dub in Physical Form’: Reggae Legend Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry Makes His Exhibition Debut in New York

  6. ‘He Asked Me If I Would Write His Story’: At the Guggenheim Museum, Patti Smith Memorializes Robert Mapplethorpe 30 Years After His Death