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Etruscan terracotta statue
of a man
ca. 3rd century B.C.
$85,000


from
ArtNet Auction Report
NEWS 1998 ARCHIVES

EZINE '99
by Giovanni Garcia-Fenech 12/31/98
As the new year begins a look at art magazines online.


ARTNET AUCTION REPORT
by Fred Stern 12/30/98
Exuberant New York sales of antiquities and Tiffany lamps bring a fabulous auction year to a close.


ARTNET NEWS 12/30/98
Online auctions for Sotheby's? Dia moving collection upstate? Leonardo's Last Supper ruined? Plus more.


ARTNET NEWS 12/22/98
Overfelt in court, Lawrence Rubin Greenberg Van Doren to open, Sotheby's does gallery show, more.


DEUTSCHE BARGAINS
by Susanne Nusser 12/22/98
Photography auctions in Berlin and Cologne.


ARTNET NEWS 12/18/98
Lisa Phillips to New Museum, John Lane to Dallas, Ray Johnson to Whitney, MoMA open free, more.


SHOP TILL YOU DROP  12/17/98
by Walter Robinson
Giftland VII opens at Printed Matter in New York.

NEW THIS MONTH IN U.S. MUSEUMS  12/16/98
Warhol's Shadows, Cubism & Fashion, Brassaď, Kiefer, Duane Hanson, more.

ARTNET NEWS  12/15/98
Dung at the Tate, hires at the MCA, Polke at MoMA and a fax jam at the Whitney. Plus more.

ARTNET NEWS  12/11/98
Rembrandt in Las Vegas, new guidelines for Nazi art plunder, art critics give awards, Pompidou sued, more.

RULE BRITTANIA  12/9/98
by Mary Barone
Christie's Saatchi sale makes record prices.

GOSSIP  12/7/98
by Anon
Meghan Boody, Ena Swansea, Mary Boone, Karin Davie, Pentti Kouri, Alanna Heiss, Harry Matthews, more.

ARTNET NEWS  12/1/98
Turner prize, Day Without Art, Nazi-era art conference, Kirili curates the Tuileries, more.

ARTNET NEWS  11/24/98
Maori sculpture sets auction record, resale royalties in Europe, Guggenheim on the Hudson, more.

THE FALL ANTIQUES SHOW  11/23/98
by N. F. Karlins
Folk art and antiques at New York's Park Avenue Armory.

THE MYSTERY OF THE VAN GOGH MILLIONAIRE  11/20/98
by Andrew Decker
Who bought the $71.5-million van Gogh at Christie's New York on Nov. 19, 1998?

CHRISTIE'S 20TH CENTURY  11/20/98
by Stuart Waltzer
A $71.5-million knockout.

ARTNET AUCTION REPORT  11/20/98
by Stuart Waltzer
Impressionists at Sotheby's New York, Nov. 16, 1998 and Christie's New York Nov. 18, 1998.

CHRISTIE'S IMPRESSIONISTS  11/19/98
by Andrew Decker
A report on 19th-century and Impressionist sales at Christie's New York, Nov. 18, 1998.

THRIVING AT THE TOP  11/19/98
by, Andrew Decker
An analysis of Impressionist, modern and contemporary sales at Sotheby's New York, Nov. 16 & 17, 1998.

SALON SELECTIVES  11/18/98
by Paul Jeromack
New York sales of 19th-century art.

LETTER FROM SPAIN  11/18/98
by, Ysabel de la Rosa
Prado late for Velázquez? Plus ARCO goes French, Guggenheim Bilbao turns one, more.

ARTNET NEWS  11/18/98
Contemporary records at Sotheby's Nov. 17 auction, Kiefer at the Met, Liebeskind at the V&A, more.

ARTNET NEWS  11/17/98
Sotheby's sells $124 million worth of Impressionists, workers strike at Musée d'Orsay, new Nasher museum, Grant Selwyn Fine Art opens, more.

THE BASQUIAT BOOM  11/13/98
by, Andrew Decker
The $3.3 million Basquiat, plus more news of the fall art auctions.

ARTNET NEWS  11/13/98
The $3.3 million Basquiat, Nazi art update, new Whitney acquisitions, more.

NEW THIS MONTH IN U.S. MUSEUMS  11/12/98
Lichtenstein, Pollock, June Wayne, Japonism in Fashion, Romare Bearden, George Washington, more.

BILDERLIEBE AT ART COLOGNE  11/9/98
by Walter Robinson
Over 260 galleries gather for the 32nd installment of Germany's leading contemporary art fair.

THE PRODIGAL POET  11/6/98
by Raphael Firsching
Wassily Kandinsky's The Red Poet, lost for 95 years, goes up for auction.

LETTER FROM MUNICH  11/6/98
by Susanne Nusser
A report on the 43rd Munich Art Fair.

BEVERLY HILLS FAIR STRIKES IT RICH  11/4/98
by Brook S. Mason
International Art and Antiques Fair in the City of Angels.

ARTNET NEWS  11/4/98
Heads roll at Whitney, Saltz to Village Voice, Bacon at Shafrazi, scalping van Gogh, more.

THE ARTS OF FRANCE  11/3/98
by Paul Jeromack
Christie's scores $9.4 million in a combined sale of 18th-century French paintings and decorative arts.

MAAR-VELOUS  11/3/98
by Adrian Darmon
"Les Picasso de Dora Maar" on the block in Paris.

GOODBYE, MR. EMMERICH  11/2/98
by Stewart Waltzer
A former employee bids farewell to the Andre Emmerich Gallery.

PARIS REPORT  10/27/98
by Adrian Darmon
The Dora Maar estate, the provenance of a commode, a suspicious van Gogh, more.

MUNICH ART FAIR OPENS  10/26/98
by Walter Robinson
The 43rd Art Fair Munich runs Oct. 24-Nov. 1, 1998.

ARTNET NEWS  10/23/98
New art-world Web portal, Saatchi sells, jewelry sells. Plus T. Greathouse, R.I.P.

AUTUMN AT THE ARMORY  10/22/98
by Fred Stern
The International Art and Antique Dealers Show, New York, Oct. 16-22, 1998.

DECORATIVE ARTS DIARY  10/21/98
by Meredith Mendelsohn
Cotswold, Bayou Bend, Christopher Dresser, French & Co., and more.

MASTERFUL OLD MASTERS  10/20/98
by Fred Stern
A $574,500 El Greco leads the Old Master auctions in New York.

GALLERY YENTA  10/19/98
by Rosetta Stone
Pictures from her trip to Europe.

FALL PHOTO FOCUS  10/16/98
by Meredith Mendelsohn
Barry Friedman sells his collection, plus other news.

NEW THIS MONTH IN U.S. MUSEUMS  10/14/98
Bernini, Degas, Prada, DeCarava, Diebenkorn, Mori, more.

LETTER FROM TOKYO  10/13/98
by Kay Itoi
National Museum of Western Art reopens, Kyoto vetoes new bridge, Japan's new art law, more.

ARTNET NEWS  10/12/98
Museum salaries disclosed, Weimar gets new museum, Chinese thieves sentenced to death, more.

AUSTRIA RULES  10/10/98
by Walter Robinson
Austrian art makes an impression at FIAC in Paris.

LETTER FROM PARIS  10/9/98
by Walter Robinson
FIAC unveils the secrets of French art.

LETTER FROM SPAIN  10/5/98
by Ysabel de la Rosa
Spain's first Klee retrospective, New Alternative spaces, Prado's Velázquez under question and more.

BERLIN ART DIARY II  10/3/98
by Linda Yablonsky
More news from the Berlin Art Forum.

CREAM: EXHIBITION-IN-A-BOOK  10/3/98
by Meredith Mendelsohn
Phaidon launches a revolutionary art book.

BERLIN ART DIARY  10/2/98
by Walter Robinson
What's hot and what's not at the Berlin Art Forum.

AUGEZEICHNET ART FORUM BERLIN  10/1/98
by Walter Robinson
First impressions of Europe's newest and most contemporary art fair.

DECORATIVE ARTS DIARY  9/29/98
by Meredith Mendelsohn
The Perkins paperweights, a colonial haven in Manhattan, the Hermitage's new decorative arts department, more.

ARTNET NEWS  9/28/98
ArtNet goes to Art Forum Berlin, plus news of the Săo Paolo Bienal, the Whitney's $6-million gift from Intel, and more.

LETTER FROM PARIS  9/25/98
by Adrian Darmon
The 19th Paris Biennial, Balthus in Poland, Goya in St. Petersburg, Toulouse-Lautrec on film, more.

THE ROYAL FLUSH  9/24/98
by Charlie Finch
Jocelyn Taylor in SoHo, Oppenheim's offer, plus more news for the fall season.

ARTNET NEWS  9/23/98
Mexico City museum closes, Iran museum reopens, Reader's Digest sells collection, arrest warrant for Wildenstein, more.

GLOBAL WOES HIT ASIAN SALES  9/22/98
by Fred Stern
Asian Week in New York shows an art market a bit under the weather.

DECORATIVE ARTS DIARY  9/17/98
by Meredith Mendelsohn
The first fairs of September, in New York and Paris. Plus, Islamic ornament, Ottoman calligraphy, the Kuna of Panama and more.

GALLERY YENTA  9/15/98
by Rosetta Stone
Emmerich closes, plus new work by Baselitz, Xu Bing, LeWitt, Alix Lambert, Mike Sale. And Brooke in the nude.

ASIA WEEK TESTS THE MARKET  9/15/98
by Fred Stern
Will the bear growl? New York gears up for a round of Asian art auctions.

SHOP TILL YOU DROP!  9/11/98
by Meredith Mendelsohn
What you can buy at museum stores online.

THE ROYAL FLUSH  9/10/98
by Charlie Finch
Copyright trouble for Damian Loeb, Karen Finley & David Ross, Schjeldahl & Gehry, more.

NEW THIS MONTH IN U.S. MUSEUMS  9/4/98
Calder, Beuys, Delacroix, Rothko, Soutine, more.

ARTNET NEWS  9/3/98
Steinbeck in Salinas, Bacon at Shafrazi, selling Damien Hirst's Pharmacy, renaming the V&A, a Fluxus Happening, more.

ARTNET NEWS  8/28/98
More on Seattle Matisse, Steve Wynn the art dealer, Coagula the movie, Neal Meltzer out at Christie's, nude Brooke Shields, etc.

ARTNET NEWS  8/26/98
Car crash at Getty Museum, Christie's six-months results, Holocaust Degas settlement. Plus, Harry Lunn & Stuart Regan, RIP.

THE ROYAL FLUSH  8/24/98
by Charlie Finch
Gossip about auctioneers, boogie in Bilbao, Norman Rockwell, Mariko Mori, Shari Lewis and new art from China.

AMY'S NOTEBOOK  8/19/98
by Amy Fusselman
Julian Schnabel at Guild Hall, Philip Johnson at MoMA, Target at Dia.

CRITIC'S NOTEBOOK  8/17/98
by Walter Robinson
A moment with Leonardo DiCaprio, George Condo on the silver screen, Susan Skoog's Whatever, plus Nevelson, Bonnard, Kusama, the Milwaukee Art Museum and John Mendelsohn.

NEW THIS MONTH IN U.S. MUSEUMS  8/12/98
Frankenthaler, Vuillard, Larrabee, Mount, Littlefield, Klett, more.

ARTNET NEWS  8/12/98
Potts in Fort Worth, Peters in Santa Fe, Crispo in New York, gunman in museum, more.

ARTNET NEWS  8/7/98
New York welcomes Maxwell Anderson, Rosenberg heirs want their Matisse, Calder estate gets pushy, more.

SEARCH!  8/6/98
by Amy Fusselman
Meet museum kingmaker, Nancy Nichols.

THE ROYAL FLUSH  8/5/98
by Charlie Finch
Gagosian semiotics, the good parts of Phoebe Hoban's Basquiat, more.

ARTNET NEWS  7/31/98
Philbin to Hammer, Boss to Gordon, Tiffany not to Wynn, O'Keeffe squabble, more.

BARON UPS SOTHEBY'S STAKE  7/30/98
by Andrew Decker
New York investor likes Sotheby's prospects.

ARTNET NEWS  7/29/98
New Whitney director. Plus free museums in England, Broad buys Ray, Wynn buys a Marilyn, a Virtual Guggenheim, etc., etc.

SUMMER SURF: REPORT FROM LOS ANGELES  7/28/98
by Deborah Irmas
The Japanese (art) tsunami and other beach news.

ARTNET NEWS  7/23/98
Sotheby's expands, NEA gets funded, Minneapolis reopens, more.

NEW THIS MONTH IN U.S. MUSEUMS  7/23/98
Frankenthaler, Smith, Lawrence, Kusama, Goldblatt, McGee, more.

THE ROYAL FLUSH  7/21/98
by Charlie Finch
Pollock at MoMA, news in Artforum, Candace Bushnell, Hilton Kramer, Nina Burleigh -- plus a love song.

ARTNET NEWS  7/17/98
Barbara Kruger in Southampton, the Biennale in Sydney, the Art Store in New York, Gerald Peters in Santa Fe, Turner Prize nominees, more.

THE ROYAL FLUSH  7/15/98
by Charlie Finch
Karen Finley and the Whitney, Kiki and Tony Smith, Norman Dubrow, Motorcycles at the Goog, more.

ARTNET NEWS  7/14/98
ArtNet moves, Monet sells, Bass sells, Reader's Digest sells, more.

CRITIC'S NOTEBOOK  7/14/98
by Walter Robinson
Wyeth, Pollock, Karen Finley, Betsy Cushing Whitney, Tom Otterness, more.

SELLING LE DOMAINE ENCHANTÉ  6/26/98
by Andrew Decker
The market history of Magritte's celebrated 1953 chef d'oeuvre.

ARTNET AUCTION REPORT: DECORATIVE ARTS IN NEW YORK  6/24/98
by Alexandra Anderson-Spivy
Lively spring sales of 20th-century decorative arts at Phillips, Christie's and Sotheby's in New York.

THE ROYAL FLUSH  6/22/98
by Charlie Finch
Hammershři at the Goog, Steve Wynn, critics as pocket puppets, Bonnard, more.

REPORT FROM BASEL  6/19/98
by Deborah Irmas
Dealers were smiling at the 29th annual Basel Art Fair.

ARTNET NEWS  6/18/98
A Guggenheim perfume? A tax on British art imports? Plus Fogg goes modern, Brancusi on the web, new Digital Museum, etc.

NEW THIS MONTH IN U.S. MUSEUMS  6/17/98
Bonnard, Ray, Oursler, Iturbide, Turrell, Strand, more.

ARTNET AUCTION REPORT: ANTIQUITIES IN NEW YORK  6/12/98
by Fred Stern
A report on early June antiquities auctions at Sotheby's and Christie's.

ARTNET NEWS  6/11/98
Kim Dae-Jung at the Met, Fitzpatrick heads Chicago MCA, auctions in Poland, the Return of the Chocolate Smeared Woman, more.

THE ROYAL FLUSH  6/10/98
by Charlie Finch
Rachel Whiteread's triumph, Damian Loeb and Mariko Mori, the Picasso sting, John Weber and Robert Smithson, more.

CHRISTIE'S HOME RUN  6/5/98
by Walter Robinson
Everything sells at Christie's June 3 contemporary sale in New York.

ARTNET NEWS  6/4/98
Online photo auction, Peter Max sentenced, Basel art fair, Serra withdraws from Holocaust project, more.

MAY AUCTION ROUNDUP  6/2/98
by Walter Robinson
The art market heats up, with sales of American art, Old Masters, Pre-Columbian and Latin American art in New York.

THE ROYAL FLUSH  5/29/98
by Charlie Finch
Mariko Mori, guns and tools, a review of the season, more.

CRITIC'S NOTEBOOK  5/28/98
by Walter Robinson
Politics and the Studio Museum, sex and the Getty, Rauschenberg's taxidermy, Lucian Freud, Christina Ricci, Reg Butler, guns in museums, more.

SOTHEBY'S AMERICAN INDIAN ART SALE  5/22/98
by Amy Page
A grand total of $3.4 million for over 700 lots.

BERLIN ART DIARY  5/21/98
by Dominic V. Eichler
Monica Bonvicini's hurricane, Joelle Tuerlinckx's blinding lights, gallery news and more.

ARTNET NEWS  5/20/98
Studio Museum expands, Robert Frank videos, smuggled art at Asian Art Fair, Chicago Art Critics Association, more.

LETTER FROM PARIS  5/18/98
by Adrian Darmon
Pinault offers $1.17 billion for Christie's -- stock soars 25 percent. Plus more market news from France.

SOTHEBY'S IMPRESSIONIST AND MODERN  5/18/98
by Stewart Waltzer
A $12-million Monet, a record $3-million Courbet, and that $5.7-million tureen.

$17-MILLION MARILYN  5/15/98
by Walter Robinson
Sotheby's triumphs with a $35.7-million contemporary sale.

NEW THIS MONTH IN U.S. MUSEUMS  5/14/98
Rothko, Haring, Diebenkorn, Levy, Kupferman, Clemente, more.

CHRISTIE'S 20TH CENTURY  5/13/98
by Stewart Waltzer
The venerable house makes some changes, and $61 million.

ARTNET NEWS  5/12/98
19th-century records, Sotheby's can't sell Havanas, cut-rate Corcoran, etc.

THE INTERNATIONAL FINE ART FAIR, 1998  5/12/98
by Fred Stern
At New York's Seventh Regiment Armory, a splendid array of antiques from London, Paris and Amsterdam.

CHRISTIE'S NEW ERA  5/7/98
by Stewart Waltzer
The venerable house makes some changes.

ARTNET NEWS  5/7/98
A Christie's takeover? Plus Gelman Collection to Met, Gates buys Homer, an online photo auction, the Diana Column, more.

SLOW START AT CHRISTIE'S  5/6/98
by Walter Robinson
A low overall total, but records for Courbet and Puvis.

ARTNET NEWS  5/4/98
Sotheby's art mall, Salle in Cleveland, prints at auction, more.

THE ROYAL FLUSH  4/30/98
by Charlie Finch
A third term for Clinton? Plus Yoko Ono, Alex Katz, Walton Ford, Ellsworth Kelly, Lisa Ruyter and something blind.

HIRST RULES AT CHRISTIE'S LONDON  4/24/98
by Mary Barone
A very contemporary sale totals more than $4.7 million.

THE ROYAL FLUSH  4/23/98
by Charlie Finch
Jeffrey Deitch rolls and rules, Congregate update, plus David Smith, Jack Pierson, more.

ARTNET NEWS  4/23/98
$65 million for MoMA, silver at the Met, Las Vegas Louvre, Prize-winning Piano, more.

THE ROYAL FLUSH  4/16/98
by Charlie Finch
Robert Irwin at Dia, Taniguchi in the Times, a benefit at Artists Space, more.

NEW THIS MONTH IN U.S. MUSEUMS  4/15/98
Van Eyck, Degas, Martin, Soutine, Nevelson, more.

ARTNET NEWS  4/15/98
Big bucks for Gugg, Steve Wynn's art deal, Glass-Wilson digital opera, Christo wraps Basel, etc.

NEW YORK PHOTO AUCTIONS  4/10/98
by Walter Robinson
New York's spring auction season begins with a record sale.

ARTNET NEWS  4/9/98
War booty in Austrian museums, Art & Auction sold, Rirkrit on the road, Whitney launches contemporary shows, more.

THE ROYAL FLUSH  4/8/98
by Charlie Finch
David Bowie, Jeff Koons, Richard Bellamy, David Bourdon, etc.

THE $25-MILLION ASIAN AUCTION WEEK  4/6/98
by Fred Stern
Buyers went dizzy at Sotheby's and Christie's, Mar. 23-26, 1998.

GALLERY YENTA  4/3/98
by Rosetta Stone
Spring cleaning begins in New York.

ARTNET NEWS  4/1/98
Supreme Court contemplates chocolate-covered Finley, Whitney unveils new galleries, blah blah blah. Guaranteed -- no April Fool's jokes.

THE ROYAL FLUSH  3/31/98
by Charlie Finch
The Whitney Museum, the Wall Street Journal, Mary Boone, Armey/Paxson/Hume, more.

ARTNET NEWS  3/26/98
Rauschenberg ransoms works, Koshalek resigns, Bowie launches art mag, more.

THE ROYAL FLUSH  3/25/98
by Charlie Finch
Hugh Davies to Whitney? Plus Duchamp's Brazilian girlfriend, the New Museum reopens, Tanya moves, much more.

REPORT FROM TORONTO: THE CAA MEETS  3/24/98
by Stephan Pascher
The 86th annual conference of the College Art Association.

ASIA WEEK IS UPON US!  3/20/98
by Fred Stern
Will it transform New York into the Asian art center of the world?

ARTNET NEWS  3/19/98
Rothschild grants, Sam Taylor-Wood gets heat, Getty toilets, bomb in L.A. garage, obits, etc.

THE ROYAL FLUSH  3/17/98
by Charlie Finch
Marcia Tucker, David Ross, Bill Clinton, Roberta & Jerry, more.

NEW THIS MONTH IN U.S. MUSEUMS  3/16/98
Baselitz, Bearden, Bourgeois, Calder, Monet, Prud'hon, more.

ARTNET NEWS  3/13/98
Schwitters family beats Marlborough, 1997 auction totals, artists arrested at Met, more.

ARTNET NEWS  3/11/98
Trouble at ASU Museum, Yasuda Sunflowers redux, Saatchi buys Adler, Carter Brown in hot water, more.

TWO CHICAGO GALLERIES AND WHY THEY CLOSED  3/11/98
by Victor M. Cassidy
A look at the demise of two Chicago art institutions, Phyllis Kind Gallery and Randolph Street Gallery.

ARTNET NEWS  3/10/98
Basel '98, Britain rues Mapplethorpe, Ada'web caput, etc.

THE ROYAL FLUSH  3/9/98
by Charlie Finch
The latest Washington scandal, Yasmine Reza's Art, Alice Neel at Cheim and Read, Catherine David in Hong Kong, more.

GALLERY YENTA  2/26/98
by Rosetta Stone
The Art Show, plus more.

CLOSE BUT NO CIGAR  2/26/98
by Charlie Finch
The Chuck Close retrospective opens at the Museum of Modern Art.

THE ROYAL FLUSH  2/20/98
by Charlie Finch
Gagosian to buy Bischofberger? Tilton's sex show, Y.Z. Kami & Deitch's globalism, Alex Katz in London, more.

ARTNET NEWS  2/19/98
Rauschenbergs grabbed, Christie's takeover off, Devil's Advocate suit settled, Glanton out, Reynolds in, more.

NEW THIS MONTH IN U.S. MUSEUMS  2/18/98
Close, Léger, Rauschenberg, Segal, Sherman, more.

THE ROYAL FLUSH  2/11/98
by Charlie Finch
Matthew rules, Alexander + Bonin do biz, China 5,000 kowtows, replacing Ross, more.

ARTNET NEWS  2/10/98
The Art Show in New York, Titanic trivia, D'Amato on the warpath, thieves watch art TV, more.

ARTNET NEWS  2/5/98
Sotheby's buys Saito Impressionists, Swiss incriminated, Corbis sells prints, Finch in the nude, more.

THE ROYAL FLUSH  2/4/98
by Charlie Finch
Art-world B&D, plus Gary Indiana & Dominick Dunne, Napack's back, more.

ARTNET AUCTION REPORT: OLD MASTERS IN NEW YORK  2/3/98
by Fred Stern
Sotheby's tops Christie's, $53 million to $21.7 million.

LETTER FROM PARIS  2/3/98
by Adrian Darmon
Giacometti estate battle, Poussin rediscovered, Renoir authentication troubles, Malevich controversy.

ARTNET NEWS  1/30/98
China complaints, Schieles staying, $7-million Michelangelo, more.

PARIS AUCTION BLUES  1/28/98
by Adrian Darmon
Can the auctioneers of Paris resist the coming Anglo-Saxon offensive?

GALLERY YENTA  1/28/98
by Rosetta Stone
The art world plays dress up.

ROYAL FLUSH SPECIAL  1/27/98
by Charlie Finch
A look at Clinton's psyche.

THE OUTSIDER ART FAIR  1/23/98
by N. F. Karlins
The 6th annual Outsider Art Fair rolls into New York.

ARTNET NEWS  1/22/98
Schiele update, Kimbell chief resigns, Karen Finley phones, $78-million Renoir sells, more.

THE ROYAL FLUSH  1/19/98
by Charlie Finch
Mick & the Stones, Cubans & the Warhol Foundation, a cruel Dove show and the "1998 New York Art Dealers Yearbook."

ARTNET NEWS  1/16/98
Winter Antiques Show opens, Leopold fights back, Guatemala & Mali target Boston MFA, Title IX and women artists, more.

NEW THIS MONTH IN U.S. MUSEUMS  1/15/98
Richter, Frankenthaler, Gober, Colescott, Kanaga, more.

ARTNET NEWS  1/9/98
Schieles seized, new Boston ICA head, etc.

ARTNET NEWS  1/7/98
MCA sues, Schieles tainted, Whitney Wyeths, Louvre unveils, etc.

THE ROYAL FLUSH  1/6/98
by Charlie Finch
Goog duns yuppies, Schacque attack, the scandalous auctioneer, more.



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