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Ben Zaricor collects American history and identity, in fabric form. He owns one flag that has not...
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In January, Cesar Garcia, LAXART’s former associate director and senior curator, opened his own Los...
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When Secret Service agents seized 2,200 fine-art photographs from a New York warehouse in 2012,...
Photo by Rocco Casaluci
The new pen honors the 450th anniversary of Shakespeare’s birth…
Photo by Succession Picasso/Dacs 2013
At age 73, Pablo Picasso began experimenting in the medium of linocut printing, and eventually he...
The $836,500 sale of the gloves that Muhammad Ali wore during his first fight against Sonny Liston...
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In a single evening in November, at its New York branch, Christie’s generated $691.5 million in...
Pace has been a force in the art world for decades. It operates galleries on three continents,...
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$3.63 Million 1968 Porsche 907 Longtail In keeping with its reputation as the champion of more...
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In the spring of 2006, Mark Osborne, the head of Bonhams’ motoring department, stepped inside the...
Zhang Huan Studio, courtesy Pace Gallery. Photograph by Jerry L. Thompson
Works on display from contemporary Chinese and U.S. artists…
Presale estimates for the June 4 auction run as high as $70,000…
Antique maps and atlases hit the auction block. On June 3, the New York–based Swann Auction...
The British Guiana Magenta stamp could sell for $10 million or more at auction in June. When the...
Dismissed by art critics during his lifetime, Norman Rockwell is now receiving his due at auction....
Offerings will range from antique bars to gargoyles…
The 1951 masterpiece is expected to fetch as much as $20 million…
The new pen and cuff links are the latest horological mash-ups…
The auction will also include collectible timepieces…
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About 15 years ago, David Jensen—a civil-engineering professor at Brigham Young University—invented...

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