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Christie’s Impressionist and modern art sale in London disappoints

The preview night of Christie’s 31-lot Impressionist and Modern art sale was buzzing with jokes poking fun at Basel and positioning the sale to be the ultimate antidote to the Swiss fairs, the Venice Biennale and the start of a strong “London summer season”. Despite all this, the sale on Tuesday night proved to be […]

One lawyer’s take on returning Nazi-looted artworks: an interview with Orna Artal

Working to get an artwork back into the hands of its rightful owner, whether the rightful owner is a country or an individual, is no clear, easy science – there’s more grey area than what might meet the eye. To discuss some of the difficulties, and triumphs, that come along with repatriation, Art Critique spoke […]

Sotheby’s fourth quarter off to a slow start

After recent reports of third quarter losses for Sotheby’s 2018 Fiscal Year, the auction house looked to Q4 (the fourth quarter) for an uptick. However, only a few weeks into Q4, Sotheby’s November 12th Impressionist and Modern Art evening sale was somewhat of a mixed bag. In honour of Armistice Day, the auction house opened […]