Roger and Vicki Saint 1989’s Joan Mitchell Heads to Christie’s – And More Art News –

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Head to the auction. Melanie Girls in financial times Reports of two upcoming sales. First, the main business of a group Roger Saint And his late wife Vicky Saint Heading to Christie’s in November. While the couple promised their adorable Les Nabis collectibles for the Phillips Collection, these 30 works are “pieces we bought just because we loved them,” Roger said. Highlights include Joan MitchellDazzling 1989 Untitled, Diptych which holds estimates from $10 million to $15 million, and Gauguin‘s Fisherman and swimmers in Avene (1888), with an estimate of $6-8 million. while, Stanley Whitney He donated an abstraction for 2022 The freedom we fight for For the benefit of Art for Justice Fund And the Planned Parenthood in Greater New York As part of a one-piece sale on Artsy. The work will be shown at Gagosian’s Park & ​​75th space next week. Barron states that the 1989-1991 painting of Alighiero BoettiThe “Mappa” series will head to Sotheby’s In November. With an estimate of over $8 million, it could break the record for artist Arte Povera.

artists. A collection of recently posted profiles and reviews worth checking out. First , Tyler Mitchell Gets the profile handled courtesy of The New York Times , Before his solo show in Jagosian in London. Carolina A. Miranda Talking to a Los Angeles painter Caroline Castanois currently the subject of a solo outing in Walter Maciel Gallery Close to Culver City. The art newspaper Browse the latest gallery of Zineb SediraCurrently representing France at the Venice Biennale. About the critic “Great works, under the microscope” Sebastian Smy writes about Adolf Menzel Work at the Met. and the guardian And the F Both have opinions about William Kentridge’s latest show at the Royal Academy in London.


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