TABLE OF CONTENTS

April 2016

  • ON THE BLOCK

    Christie’s charts a new course with six eclectic Classic Art Week sales.

    By LIZA M.E. MUHLFELD

  • CONVERSATION WITH . . .

    Enrique Liberman, president of the Art Fund Association, talks about an evolving industry.

    By ERIC BRYANT

  • ARTIST DOSSIER

    Why Conceptual artist Marcel Broodthaers’s market value doesn’t match his art historical importance.

    By SARA ROFFINO

  • AUCTION REVIEWS

    Imp/mod and contemporary art in London; design in Chicago and Paris; and Old Masters in New York.

    By JUDD TULLY AND LIZA M.E. MUHLFELD

  • DATABANK

    How art stacks up as an asset against stocks, gold, and real estate.

    By ROMAN KRÄUSSL

  • CALENDAR

    Six weeks of auction and exhibition highlights.

  • THE ACQUISITION

    Steven Learner on the pleasures of Kaj Franck’s elegant vintage glassware.

INSIDE THIS ISSUE

Features

In the Studio: Larry Bell

BY Michael Slenske, Art+Auction | April 01, 2016

Every three weeks Larry Bell packs his Chevy Suburban with his 12-year-old American bulldog, Pinky, and all the materials he’s metallized in the nine-ton vacuum chamber at his sprawling...Read More »