From exhibition catalogue pages marketed as original prints to brazenly fake “authorized” copies of Harings and Warhols, we’re living in a golden age of art piracy.
A Sydney art dealer bought the portrait of Josephine Bonaparte, stolen in 2014, for the bargain price of $250 on the online marketplace.
Proceeds benefit American Friends of Fondation Beyeler, which promotes and supports public understanding and appreciation of art and art education.
A collaboration between eBay for Charity and Public Art Fund (PAF), 100% of proceeds will benefit PAF’s Ai Weiwei exhibition, Good Fences Make Good Neighbors.
For the project #exstrange, artists from around the globe disrupted eBay as a way of facilitating exchanges among strangers.
Available for purchase right now on eBay are two statues of Joseph Stalin and Vladimir Lenin, both completely intact and attached to their original pedestals.
The passing of the old eBay is the last nail in the cyberflâneur’s coffin.
What significance does Baroque painter Artemisia Gentileschi have to people in the state of Michigan? Why do the netizens of Georgia, Maryland, North Carolina, and Wisconsin love Faith Ringgold?
An upcoming sale at Christie’s London titled “Buy or Bid” will allow patrons to purchase lots at a fixed price, the auction house announced in a release.
Whether or not you consider the 4Chan post that recently sold for $90,900 art or not, it has certainly become the latest source of frenzy over the limits of commodification — or was it just a major troll on the click-hungry media?
Sotheby’s auction house has tapped eBay to expand its offerings online, the companies announced in a joint statement today.
The artist at the center of the anti-Zimmerman painting controversy on eBay, Michael D’Auntuono, responded to Hyperallergic’s questions via email about the online auction site’s decision to remove his painting because it violated eBay’s Hateful or Discriminatory policy.