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These Days, Artists Assume Their Primary Dealers Will Work for Them on the Secondary Market, Too

Daniel Grant | Posted 11.19.2014 | Arts
Daniel Grant

When artists agree to be represented by a gallery, they usually work out with the gallery owner -- formally or informally -- the terms of their understanding. One expectation, which may or may not be stated explicitly, is that the dealer will keep track of the artist's work even after it has been sold.

On Michael Rosenfeld's Benny Andrews: There Must Be a Heaven

Bobby Elliott | Posted 05.22.2013 | Arts
Bobby Elliott

Although Andrews has become known for his later images, which were typically easier and lighter, the strength of There Must Be a Heaven lies in showing how long it took for Andrews to get to a place of peace.

Are Sales of African American Art Picking Up or in Decline?

Daniel Grant | Posted 05.01.2012 | Arts
Daniel Grant

The fate of sales devoted to African American artists, such as those at Swann and Leslie Hindman, may become unnecessary as more auction houses include these artists in their American art sales.