Christie’s uses hologram technology to take a $20m Degas sculpture on tour
The hologram, produced by the Los Angeles-based company Proto, is currently on view at Christie’s San Francisco and will next be transported via the cloud to Hong Kong
June auction highlights: from a delicate Degas pastel to a Kandinsky painting once owned by the Guggenheim museum
A Degas bought by the Van Gogh Museum sparks off an ethical debate: are female nudes OK?
The controversial pastel stars in a show of new acquisitions in Amsterdam
Brooklyn Museum steams ahead on deaccessioning
After netting $4.2m for a Cranach, the museum plans to sell off works by Monet, Dubuffet, Degas, Miró and Matisse
Van Gogh’s theory on Degas’s success with female nudes
A three-volume set of The Letters of Edgar Degas—including ten with references to the Van Gogh brothers—is due to be published in April
Test your market savvy at the Courtauld's "The value of art"
The exhibition challenges you to decide which work of art is more valuable