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The Girl From Recife

by Sara Roffino, Art+Auction • A tour through the home of the São Paulo-based collector, dealer, and gallerist Nara Roesler, who describes what compels her to collect and empower Brazilian artists.
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Northern Exposure

by Judith Gura, Art+Auction • Some 60-odd years after its emergence on the international scene, the market for Scandinavian postwar design is growing beyond a niche category and showing signs of maturity, such as a clear distinction between great and good pieces and a growing separation between connoisseurs and mere buyers.
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Mass Market: Darren Bader and the Art of Selling Contemporary Readymades

by Rachel Corbett • Demand for Conceptual sculpture and contemporary readymade art is still far from straightforward. The Conceptual provocateur Darren Bader, who has evolved the readymade to include live cats, junk mail, and money, is a prime example of this murkily defined territory in the market.
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Exhibitions

'Beyond Bling: Jewelry from the Lois Boardman Collection' at LACMA, Los Angeles

by Isabella Mason • Lois Boardman is a serious collector of jewelry, who has amassed more than 300 pieces of contemporary jewelry. “Beyond Bling,” on view through February 5, 2017, showcases 50 works of contemporary studio jewelry from the United States, Europe, Australia, and New Zealand.
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Fairs

Sneak Peek: 2016 Artissima Contemporary Art Fair, Torino

by Nicholas Forrest • The fair returns to the Oval in Torino for its 23rd edition from November 4 through 6 with a lineup of 193 galleries from 34 countries. They will showcase more than 200 artworks across seven sectors. Here, a guide to the must-see booths at the Italian art fair.
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