The socialite collectors, the $700,000 Cecily Brown painting and the first-refusal contract—lawsuit reveals secret machinations of the art world
Chinese collector Michael Xufu Huang was covertly buying works on behalf of the Monaco-based Federico Castro Debernardi for a 10% commission. But then he got stung
Can Palm Beach last as an art market hub?
The south Florida town, awash with ultra-wealthy retirees, has seen a rise in art market power players since the start of the pandemic
The pull of Palm Beach proves irresistible for blue-chip galleries—but for how long?
Lehmann Maupin and Paula Cooper are the latest to join dealers like Acquavella and Pace in setting up seasonal spaces in the Sunshine State
Three exhibitions to see in New York this weekend
Martha Rosler's timeless protest art and a Sol LeWitt double feature
Gallery grit: Paula Cooper reflects on 50 years of business
The pioneering New York dealer says the art market is a "different world” to when she launched her gallery