TABLE OF CONTENTS

November 2016

  • REPORTER

    Artist Peter Doig had to prove in court that a work was not made by him. What sort of burden does that precedent place on living artists?

    By JUDD TULLY

  • ON THE AISLES

    Miami Art, Week kicks off with several fairs opening this month.

    By SARA ROFFINO

  • A MATTER OF VALUE

    As the dress worn by Marilyn Monroe when she sang "Happy Birthday" to JFK goes on the block, we track the ways provenance and nostalgia add worth to the objects we value.

    By ANGELA M.H. SCHUSTER

  • ON THE BLOCK

    While the market attempts to find its footing, November's important sales furnish collectors with prime choices.

    By JUDD TULLY

  • AUCTION IN BRIEF

    Classic cars in Chichester, U.K., and a world record for Roman-style furniture.

    By DANIELLE WHALEN

  • BY THE NUMBERS

    An analysis of top sales in the Impressionist/modern and contemporary art categories.

    By MEGHANA REDDY

  • AUCTION HOUSE INDEX

    Top global auction houses, organized by name, location, and genre.

  • IN THE STUDIO: JESSICA STOCKHOLDER

    The acclaimed artist's insights on her Conceptual investigations and arts capacity for change.

    By DEBORAH WILK

  • GLASS HOUSE FOREVER

    A Yayoi Kusama , "Infinity Room" in Philip Johnson's iconic box? The artist had the vision, and a curator fought to realize it.