Browsing All posts tagged under »Art Auctions«

One Pinch Of Gold Dust One Screw

November 13, 2014


Yeah I haven’t written in a long time. I’ve been busy. Today when I opened my email. I got an email from my friend Fred. It’s all about the money isn’t it? I responded Yep! Fred was commenting on the Double Elvis Warhol that just sold for 37 million at Christies Auction. Damm! Andy I […]

Sad News from Egypt, Missing Art Treasures Reported

February 13, 2011


Dr. Zahi Hawass Reports Sad News: The staff of the database department at the Egyptian Museum, Cairo have given me their report on the inventory of objects at the museum following the break in. Sadly, they have discovered objects are missing from the museum. The objects missing are as follows:       1.     Gilded wood […]

The Anonymous Collector

May 9, 2010


Buying Big Art has become an intriguing mystery worthy of a game of Clue. Who Done IT? Was it the Russian tycoon or his Butler?

Ok so the Art Market is down, what are we going to do?

December 16, 2009


Ok so the Art Market is down, what are we going to do? Sotheby’s and Christie’s suffer 75% revenue decline for major art auctions The sad truth is many Investors over paid for the art they invested in over the past several years. The well-oiled professional marketers at big auction houses created an un-sustainable […]

Reflection’s in the Mirror, Art and the Free Market

September 19, 2008


Shepard Fairy, Print Obey Series As the world of Wall Street rides the Monster, a Roller Coaster of unprecedented fear, Damian Hirst grabbed the golden ring on the Sotheby’s Merry Go Round, breaking sales records for a single artist at the auction his artwork this past Monday and Tuesday. Pickled Sharks, Butterfly Paintings and an […]