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Anish Kapoor’s Transformative Palace of Versailles Project

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Updated: See What's Selling at Art Basel

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At Art Basel, Strong Sales Rain Down on Day 2

by Judd Tully • In what appears to be one of the strongest market results in its 46-year history, sales continued to pile up on day two at Art Basel.
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Sotheby’s June 17 Old Master and 19th Century Sale Results Disappoint

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Design Dealers: Patrick Seguin, Galerie Patrick Seguin

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