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A New York exhibition brilliantly portrays the artist’s response to police brutality
A visual account that captures the artist’s intense loneliness
Sara Driver’s film documents Jean-Michel Basquiat during a pivotal period in the New York art scene
Flagship auctions beat estimates even as bidding thins out at top end of market
A wild market holds a convex mirror to conventional investment
The record sale of ‘Salvator Mundi’ is a symptom of a market that has lost its bearings
We head to ‘Boom for Real’ at the Barbican, then chat a poet YouTube phenomenon
The late artist’s images have appeared on everything from watches to trainers, but is it devaluing the work?
The current taste for weighty, pricey artists plays to the strength of the fair
Sotheby’s, Christie’s execs buoyed by big ticket purchases
Top price at Sotheby’s in New York for work by an American artist
Twombly leads auction with $52.9m sale as four artists set new records
This year’s iteration of the series lingers over the decades when New York was a ‘ruin in the making’
Photographs of disappearing New York storefronts fail to tell a story beyond a vague urban pessimism
The groundbreaking artist’s aesthetic and political convictions are to the fore in a fine retrospective
Designers often cite art as inspiration for their collections. But at what point does homage become rip-off?
The New York publisher buys not just an artist’s work, but also their studies and sketches
Show reviews from The Row, Carolina Herrera, Tommy Hilfiger, Donna Karan, Thom Browne and Zac Posen