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Time for digital: pixel power is shaking up photography world. Oct 1, 2006 1687
Affordable Art Fair draws young collectors. Sep 1, 2006 610
Photograph auctions approach $30m. Jan 1, 2006 740
'Warm-ups' jump start auctions. Nov 1, 2005 603
Auction houses go toe to toe: Sotheby's and Christie's match up, yet prove very different in one critical area. Jan 1, 2005 1463
Foreign photography: gaining momentum: museums, expos and economic trends whet appetite for photos from Europe, Asia, Latin America and Africa. Oct 1, 2004 1642
Photo auctions attract aggressive bidding: sotheby's strikes gold while Christie's sales are off. Aug 1, 2004 2040
A Surrealist still makes a splash: on the centennial of the Spanish Surrealist's birth, ABN takes stock of the market for his work. May 1, 2004 1873
Web sites bid for art buyers: despite setbacks, online art auctions are on the verge of coming into their own. Mar 1, 2004 2017
Strong, strange auction season in store for 2004: record sales of works by women artists indicate new market trends. Feb 1, 2004 858
Fall print sales post healthy results: estimates were exceeded, most prints found buyers but few records were set at the major autumn print auctions in New York. Jan 1, 2004 1582
Nostalgia and nature dominate photos trends: in the face of a gritty reality, photography collectors turn to traditional images at reasonable price points. Oct 1, 2003 1472
Spring photo & print auctions: benefit from brand-name sales, no-reserves. Jul 1, 2003 1559
Digital printing: the next generation of innovation: new technologies and developments have led to the introduction of several new fine art products. (Special Report). Mar 1, 2003 1350
Accounting for auctions: the season's print and photography auctions reveal a variety of trends that may soon trickle down to the published art market. Feb 1, 2003 1311
Photography biz rallies after Sept. 11 meltdown; the terrorist attacks and bear economy of the last year heavily affected the fine art photography market. But as we head into fall, dealers are optimistically moving forward with shows and auctions. Oct 1, 2002 1388
Imitation in art: flattery or infringement? Get an historical look at the issue of benign versus malignant imitation and find out where it stands today. (Special Report). Sep 1, 2002 1726
Demand for originals continues to grow; the market for originals booms as a result of more educated and affluent consumers, a proliferation of prints and lower prices. (Special Report). Brief Article May 1, 2002 1666
A question of ethics: keeping afloat in a sea of misconduct: in light of recent issues of impropriety in the art industry, artists, art dealers and publishers should take steps to preserve their integrity. (Special Report). Feb 1, 2002 2391
Insurance 101: a guide for dealers: in the post-Sept. 11 art marketplace, re-evaluting your insurance policies makes good business sense. (Special Report). Brief Article Feb 1, 2002 1669
New York's fall print auctions exceed expert expectations: print experts breathe a sigh of relief as the first New York-based, post-Sept. 11 print auctions perform well. (news). Statistical Data Included Jan 1, 2002 1261
Contemporary Art Photography Comes Into Focus for Collectors. Brief Article Oct 1, 2001 1340
Art Conservation Uncovered. Sep 1, 2001 1844
No Victor Emerges in Spring Print Auctions at Sotheby's, Christie's. Brief Article Aug 1, 2001 841
Sotheby's Scores In Spring Photo Auctions. Brief Article Jun 1, 2001 913
Balancing an Eclectic Collection. Apr 1, 2001 1223
Marilyn-mania. Mar 1, 2001 1687
At Home With Pop Art. Interview Mar 1, 2001 1592
In the World of Forgery, No Work is Sacred. Oct 1, 2000 1266

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