TABLE OF CONTENTS

May 2016

  • ON THE BLOCK

    The Loic Gouzer–curated Bound to Fail auction at Christie’s kicks off a blockbuster week of contemporary and Imp/mod sales in New York.

    By Judd Tully

  • ON THE AISLES

    Frieze and four other must-see New York fairs, including NADA and Spring Masters

    By Deborah Wilk

  • CONVERSATION WITH...

    Filmmaker and patron Omar Al-Qattan on the new Palestinian Museum.

    By Sara Roffino

  • BROTHERS IN LAW

    Augmented reality enters the art world, testing laws written for an earlier era.

    By Charles and Thomas Danziger

  • ARTIST DOSSIER

    Gego’s preoccupation with line produced a body of work whose value is now on an upward trajectory.

    By Hilarie M. Sheets

  • AUCTION REVIEWS

    Asian art in New York; modern and contemporary art in Vienna; Americana in Massachusetts; and more.

    By Liza M.E. Muhlfeld

  • DATABANK

    A slowdown in the contemporary art market hits emerging artists hard.

    By Roman Kräussl

  • CALENDAR

    Auctions, fairs, and exhibitions in the weeks ahead.

  • THE ACQUISITION

    Collector Norah Stone on how a cherished Jeff Koons bouquet found sanctuary at the new SFMOMA.

INSIDE THIS ISSUE

Fairs

An Optimistic Outing: ARCO Lisbon 2016

BY Sara Roffino, Art+Auction | May 09, 2016

In a somewhat surprising move into the Portuguese market, the 35-year-old Spanish fair ARCO launches its inaugural edition at Lisbon’s 18th-century Fábrica Nacional da Cordoaria, May 26 through...Read More »