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  July 2, 2003 | News | Recent Sale | Featured Artist |
 
  RECENT SALE
Featured Lot
Featured Lot

Alex Katz,
Good afternoon
Sold for US $209,600
Sotheby's New York
 
 
 
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summer fun

JULY 4TH WEEKEND UPDATE By Walter Robinson
For Manhattan art galleries, the onset of summer means lively group shows and, after July 4, an end to Saturday hours (to leave the weekend open for chic getaways). Nicely filling the spacious David Zwirner gallery on West 19th Street in Chelsea is "Bright Lights Big City," a quick tour of the 1980s via works by more than 25 artists. Among the works on view are a pyramid of decorated beer cans by Pruitt and Early and a huge spray-paint portrait of Debbie Harry from 1981 by Lee Quinones. morearrow
 
 
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Eric Fischl,
Noonwatch
Sold for US $996,000
Christie's New York

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Artnet Top Ten
This month's top prices for fine art at auction.

New This Month in U.S. Museums
"Strange Days," "The American Effect," "Black President," boxing in art, Chagall, more.

The July Perspective 2003
by Leigh Oswald
Can the arts lead public opinion

 
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Raft,
Richard Bosman
Elizabeth Harris Gallery
Summer Fun


  events
Summer Fun
Selected Summer Artworks from the artnet Staff.

Fresh Arts Fair
A fun, funky event in London, July 18-20 featuring emerging artists.

July Exhibitions Calendar

 
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Emile Albert Gruppe,
Bahamas Sunset
Pauline Pocock Antiques & Fine Art
Featured Artist: Emile Albert Gruppe

  special features
New Gallery Members
Visit our 23 New Galleries: De Lacey Fine Art, Liverpool, UK • Fine Art & Artists, Washington, D.C. • Gratz Gallery and Conservation Studio, New Hope, Pennsylvania and more.

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