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Carly Berwick

November 7, 2005 | Auctions
Gavel-to-Gavel Coverage

At Christie’s, the Eastman collection goes on sale; at Sotheby’s, it’s the eighties all over again.

September 19, 2005 | Feature
Love Machine: Robert Indiana

"Most of my work, except the 'LOVE' paintings, is bound up in autobiography, bits and pieces of my life, my geography, my history, my friends."

May 30, 2005 | Triptych
Who Bought Virgil Marti's 'Large Chandelier (Red Stag and Anemones, Reversed)' and Why?

"We paid a studio visit, and decided it would be fun to commission a chandelier for our apartment in Venice."

May 9, 2005 | Auctions
Lost and Found

Three to watch.

May 9, 2005 | Auctions
Follow the Money

Who’ll be worth what at the postwar-and-contemporary sales.

March 7, 2005 | Feature
Where the Scenes Are

Greater New York’s new art geography.

February 28, 2005 | Triptych
Who Bought Jil Weinstock's 'Platinum' and Why?

What’s so interesting for me is to take the idea of Minimalism, where everything is stripped to its basic form, and then build it back up.

January 3, 2005 | Triptych
Who Bought Kevin McCoy's 'Our Second Date' and Why?

The illusion of perspective and the framing of the master and close-up—the way you see it happening in real time is like a mini-education in filmmaking.

November 1, 2004 | Auctions
Warhol Riot v. Warhol Crash

Are we running out of Andy Warhols?

November 1, 2004 | Auctions
Satisfaction Guaranteed?

Christie’s goes big; Sotheby’s, even bigger.

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