The ledger signed by the civil rights activist in 1963 fetched $130,000 at Hake’s Auctions.
Sotheby’s is auctioning artworks that were once in the pair’s home, including kitschy cookie jars that Andy Warhol collected.
Sixty artists from around the world are participating in this auction to benefit refugees who have fled the takeover of Artsakh, also known as Nagorno-Karabakh, by Azerbaijani forces.
Condo’s paintings play to his viewers’ sense of superiority; it gives them something to smile at without thinking too deeply into the work.
Greenhouse Auctions, launching its inaugural sale on December 2, will help fund scholarships for students at over 50 historically Black colleges and universities.
Proceeds from the sale will be donated to Toronto Aboriginal Support Services Council (TASSC), a nonprofit that provides cultural, socio-economic, health, and housing support for the city’s Indigenous residents.
Centuries before Wester Europe coined the term, “renaissance man,” artist Su Shi moonlighted as a pharmacologist, gastronome, and statesman for the Song Dynasty.
Rochard dolls are works of art that combine a unique type of microphotography with a finely crafted figure that wasn’t necessarily designed for children.
Dalí’s Freudian delusions of love might make you feel better if you’re having a lackluster Valentine’s Day.
In 1801, British writer and engraver Joseph Strutt published a compendium of bizarre medieval pastimes.
Sotheby’s first-ever auction of erotic artworks, timed to Valentine’s Day, features a delightful range of objects, including a rare homoerotic painting from 18th-century Turkey.
In these stereoviews populated by skeletons, hell is host to boating races, parties, and even a lavish boudoir for one “Madame Satan.”