Christie’s to Auction David Hockney Double Portrait, With $37.7 M. Estimate, in London Spring Sale

The lot will be the last from the collection of Barney A. Ebsworth. Read More

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Is China Censoring Art About Biotechnology? Last-Minute Cuts at the Guangzhou Triennial Suggest it Is

Authorities haven’t given a reason for pulling the works, but all of them deal with the ethics of new scientific advances.

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‘All Our Values Are United Here’: Boucheron Celebrates Its Glorious Past With a New Boutique in a Revived Paris Landmark

The Parisian luxury jeweler has restored a historic hotel, where visitors can now experience the lap of luxury inherent to the company’s DNA.

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Judge Orders Collectors Harry and Linda Macklowe to Sell Their $700 Million Art Trove and Split the Proceeds

The couple has amassed a collection of some of the biggest names in modern and contemporary art.

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Art Industry News: Study Says Americans Prefer Politicians Who Support the Arts Over Philistines Who Don’t + Other Stories

Plus, superstar Indian artist Subodh Gupta is accused of sexual harassment and Jerry Saltz rides the New York subway with a Michelangelo.

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How Barbara and Aaron Levine Became Two of America’s Most Committed Collectors of Conceptual Art

The Washington, D.C.-based couple, who just donated a trove of works by Marcel Duchamp to the Hirshhorn, trace their evolution as collectors.

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How’s That for a Holiday Gift? Anonymous Donor Gives Virginia Museum of Fine Arts an Asher Durand Painting Worth $40 Million

The painting is part of a trove of 250 new acquisitions.

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