The most interesting women artists of the market
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Interesting article that cites the 2009 NY Supreme Court case against the Calder Foundation in reference to the recent case against the artist Peter Doig, who is required to justify why a work of art is not his own.
What you need to know when buying or selling your art if you do not have a complete chain of provenance/ownership history
This recent article in the New York Times is a very good overview of how the value of art is affected by damage. http://on.wsj.com/1iqW4FJ
The New York Times ran a good article discussing the pros and cons of donating art versus selling. One correction to the article - an appraisal is required to accompany the individual's tax return along with IRS Form 8283 when the item or group of items totals more than $5,000.
If you miss this symposium at the Freer in DC, the proceedings will be available online afterwards.
Sotheby's has a new documentary series that can be viewed online. The first two segments - The Artist and The Collector - are availble through the link below. The third and forth segments are upcoming, with The Rostrum debuting October 11 and The House on October 18. Each segment is fairly short and light giving a little taste of each groups role, so to speak. Enjoy. http://yourartworld.sothebys.com/index.jsp