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  December: "Can Erotica Save the Art Market?"

Girls, girls, girls. Can erotica save the art market? The answer would seem to be “yes” based on the results of the three–session sale at Christie’s New York of the Constantiner Collection of photographs, Dec. 16–17, 2008.
  November: "Gallery Roundup: Coast to Coast"

If gallery activity in southern California is any indication, the primary art market is still strong on the west coast of the United States.
  October: "Get Your Art Career While It's Hot"

With the New York Stock Exchange Volatility Index at a historic high, and Sotheby’s (BID) stock plummeting from $56 last October to $9 a share today, what’s an art dealer to do in these seemingly troubled times?
  September: "New Strategies and Fresh Starts"

Galleries mindful of today's financial climate are making significant adjustments to ensure they ride out any potentially difficult times ahead.
  August: "Art in the Hamptons"

Long Island's East End, known as the Hamptons, has long served as a summer retreat for New York City's elite, but the region possesses an even more impressive history as home to some of the greatest American artists.
  July: "The Art Market Arrives in the Hamptons"

The art market arrived in the Hamptons on July 10th at the first-ever ArtHamptons fair. The fair, which was held in four giant, climate controlled modular buildings in Bridgehampton, attracted 5,000 visitors.
  June: "Contemporary Art in Moscow"

While internationally, the art world may be holding its breath to see what Basel might bring, Moscow’s market appears to be in high spirits.
  May: "India: The Art Apocrypha Capital of the World"

Simply put, can western contemporary art have the same idiotic stranglehold on collectors from burgeoning nations as it seems to have on the developed world?
  April: "Arabia and Art"

Last month, three Arabian nations announced ambitious cultural projects that, over the next decade, are likely to pour billions into art collecting and arts institutions. Will this Mid-East oil money remake the art world? Yes, it will. The real question is: How much and how soon?
  March: "Off to the Races at LA's Broad Contemporary & more"

The races? What races? Well, how about the Los Angeles museum races?

And in this ring: The Broad Contemporary Art Museum...
  February: "Reports from the Front: Los Angeles Art Fairs & more"

art LA 2008 and the FADA's LA Art Show
Auction House Private Treaties
Market Trends for Cecily Brown