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Koons, Ray and De Kooning will lead Christie's marquee November sales in New York

Two of the star lots have been consigned by the Greek Cypriot industrialist and collector Dakis Joannou

Within Ann and Gordon Getty's $180m collection, bound for Christies, a musical theme makes itself both seen and heard

“Gordon always believed that any collection should involve both the eye and the ear, as did Ann. Yes, you may like how a painting looks, but what is it telling you? Hearing is as important as seeing.”

Cy Twombly double-header in Los Angeles shows two sides of the still-influential artist

An exhibition at the Getty focuses on Twombly’s early fascination with ancient Mediterranean cultures while a show of his later work at Gagosian gives a sense of how his practice changed and matured

The $100m collection of former Whitney Museum president David Solinger will be sold at Sotheby’s

Star lots include one of Picasso’s earliest paintings of his muse Marie-Thérèse Walter and a dynamic De Kooning

Christie’s launching new platform that will allow for sales to exist fully on the blockchain

The inaugural sale on Christie's3.0 will consist of nine NFTs by the artist and activist Diana Sinclair

British art dealer Robert Newland pleads guilty to conspiring with Inigo Philbrick to defraud collectors and financiers

Newland was arrested in the UK in February and extradited to the United States in September, where he admitted his role in the $86m scheme for which Inigo Philbrick was sentenced to seven years in prison

Together again: Gagosian exhibition celebrates Freud's centenary by reuniting the artist with his closest friends

The show will feature works by Freud, Francis Bacon, Frank Auerbach, Michael Andrews and the photographer Bruce Bernard

Out of the frying pan and into the future: new Alison Saar limited edition work hints at both the domestic and the celestial

A new work by the artist will be on offer for the first time at Socrates Sculpture Park’s annual benefit, with proceeds going to the park.

Art Basel Miami Beach's 20th anniversary edition, with 12% more galleries than last year, will be its largest ever

The fair will feature 26 first-time exhibitors and over half of the galleries will be from North and South America

Manet's best friend: artist's dog portraits poised to make an impression at Christie's Getty collection auctions

Though most famous for his Impressionist portraits of women and scenes of Parisian café society, Édouard Manet’s portrait of Bob the dog hits all the right notes

Regional auction firm Rago/Wright continues to grow, merging with Chicago-based house Toomey & Co.

Each of the houses in the growing consortium will keep its identity, but share the back end of the business

A 2,000-year-old Israeli coin minted during the ‘great Jewish revolt’ repatriated by US authorities

The coin, a Quarter Shekel valued at $1m, was looted in from Israel in 2002 and had been headed for auction before being recovered by US Homeland Security agents in 2017

The Armory Show, 'New York's art fair', is an increasingly global juggernaut

The Javits Center is among the most talked about works of art this year, and while there is plenty to take in, some collectors found the offerings a bit lacking

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Latin American and Latinx art at centre stage at The Armory Show

Special sections at The Armory Show have been organised by curators invested in the region and its diaspora

Domestic and global forces have made Brazilian galleries and artists rising powers in the art market

After decades in a semi-insular domestic art market, Brazil's artists and dealers are at the forefront of things

New York Attorney General's investigation into Sotheby's alleged tax fraud widens

Letitia James's office is seeking information on more than 50 collectors related to a 2020 lawsuit against the auction house

Play that brought Warhol and Basquiat to the stage in London to be adapted for the silver screen

Paul Bettany and Jeremy Pope will once again play Warhol and Basquiat in the $20m feature, which will be directed by the Young Vic’s Kwame Kwei-Armah

School of Visual Arts to honour photojournalist Lynsey Addario with award and retrospective

The exhibition in Chelsea explores the photographer’s prolific career documenting humanitarian emergencies

Australian art dealer goes on the run after allegedly ripping off emerging artists

The art dealer Tristian Koenig is accused of selling works by emerging artists and making off with the profits

Radiant Baby that Keith Haring drew on his childhood bedroom wall heads to auction

The work narrowly escaped being lost forever at the hands of a paint-happy homeowner who “didn’t think it was particularly interesting”

Six must-see exhibitions on view in the Hamptons

As the Art Market Hamptons fair returns to Water Mill, these are the must-see shows on the east end of Long Island

Why are NFT platforms opening up physical gallery spaces?

SuperRare, Superchief Gallery NFT, Bright Moments and Quantum Art have all opened galleries in the US over the past year

'This market will not turn quickly': Christie's, confident amid fears of a coming recession, reports $4.1bn in sales in the first half of 2022

The auction house’s quick reaction to the Covid-19 pandemic has positioned it well to survive any approaching economic headwinds, executives claim

Photographer's abandoned Prince book at the root of a years-long legal dispute

Allen Beaulieu, who worked as Prince’s photographer during the musician’s formative years, wanted to produce a book of his best work from the era, but claims his collaborators had other plans

Roadside sculpture in Georgia—which some believed to be a satanic monument—demolished following early-morning bombing

The 16ft-tall structure, sometimes referred to as "America’s Stonehenge", was built in 1980 and inscribed with a ten-part message that may have been meant to help survivors of an apocalyptic event rebuild society

Korea International Art Fair reveals 164 galleries for its 21st edition

Korea’s longest-running art fair will feature more than 100 Korean galleries and run concurrently with its satellite fair, Kiaf Plus, and the first edition of Frieze Seoul

Inaugural Atlanta Art Week seeks to raise awareness and foster community in a city long overlooked by the mainstream art world

"This event could help build exposure for the galleries and institutions in Atlanta and make sure what we are included in the dialogue," says Atlanta Art Week founder Kendra Walker

Sotheby's sales in London fall short—though Francis Bacon brings in £43.4m

Bidding was strong for red-chip artists, but the air is much thinner at the top of the market

A match made in heaven: The Armory Show brings large scale sculptures to the US Open

The sculptures, which will be placed on the grounds of the Billie Jean King National Tennis Center during the tournament, will all be by artists from underrepresented backgrounds

Cuban government sentences dissident artist Luis Manuel Otero Alcántara to five years in prison

After more than a year in prison, Otero Alcántara was convicted of “insulting national symbols”