Art and Auction

July/August 2015
July/August Features
Keeper of the Art

At a 14th-century castle northeast of Paris, Francis Briest has commissioned contemporary...

By Jean Bond Rafferty
Pacific Refuge

In his minimalist New York loft, Gordon Sze provides a sanctuary for his choice...

By Angela M.H. Schuster
Stealing the Scene

Collectors Larry and Susan Marx have mastered the art of cultivating relationships that assure...

By Deborah Wilk
Myanmar Emerging

Change is coming slowly to the art scene—and the market— in the Southeast Asian nation.

By Nicolai Hartvig

Inside This Issue

From the July/August 2015 issue

“The original connotation of ukiyo-e was something pretty decadent—you’re looking at images of beautiful women whom you could never have, in clothing and hairstyles you could never...Read More »

Table of Contents | July/August 2015
COLUMNS
  • 54
    Keeper of the Art

    At a 14th-century castle northeast of Paris, Francis Briest has commissioned contemporary...

    By Jean Bond Rafferty
  • 62
    Pacific Refuge

    In his minimalist New York loft, Gordon Sze provides a sanctuary for his choice...

    By Angela M.H. Schuster
  • 70
    Stealing the Scene

    Collectors Larry and Susan Marx have mastered the art of cultivating relationships that assure...

    By Deborah Wilk
  • 78
    Myanmar Emerging

    Change is coming slowly to the art scene—and the market— in the Southeast Asian nation.

    By Nicolai Hartvig
  • 43
    Conversation With...

    Touria El Glaoui, founder of the 1:54 Contemporary African Art Fair.

    By Eric Bryant
  • 45
    Reporter

    In the Christie’s-vs.-Sotheby’s competition, the blockbuster results at the New York spring...

    By Judd Tully
  • 49
    Bothers in Law

    As 3-D printing matures, copyright law ventures into another dimension.

    By Thomas and Charles Danziger
  • 51
    What You Need to Know

    Ukiyo-e, Japanese prints depicting an alluring and decadent world long gone, continue to...

    By Bridget Moriarity
MARKET WATCH
  • 87
    Artist Dossier

    With top-notch Impressionist paintings increasingly rare in the market, the works of...

    By Liza M.E. Muhlfeld
  • 93
    Auctions in Brief

    Watches and jewels in Geneva, and prints, multiples, and editions in New York.

    By Judd Tully and Liza M.E. Muhfeld
  • 96
    Exhibitions in Brief

    At the art fairs in New York, showings by galleries from Prague, Dubai, Lagos, Tokyo...

    By Doug McClemont
  • 98
    Databank

    For artists 35 and younger, will their hold on the secondary market persist?

    By Roman Kraeussl
  • 104
    Dealer's Notebook

    Christophe W. Mao on running galleries in both New York and Beijing.

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