Photographed for her iconic 1997 Vanity Fair spread, the dress is now up for auction at Sotheby’s.
Sotheby’s will be auctioning an almost complete Tyrannosaurus Rex skull that it boasts is just the right size for collectors.
The work, whose whereabouts were unknown until a French family discovered it in their collection, could sell for up to $35 million.
But so far, the museum has remained vague on the subject of what, exactly, these “initiatives” will be.
Sotheby’s is offering the first Gorgosaurus to ever go under the hammer, even as some critics find sales of dinosaur fossils appalling.
MoMA board member Ken Griffin went well over asking for the document, beating out cryptocurrency enthusiasts who crowdfunded to purchase it.
The sale of “Diego y yo” (1949) skyrocketed past Kahlo’s previous auction record, $8 million.
The legendary performer Ricky Jay amassed a collection of about 10,000 rare books, posters, and artwork about all things esoteric.
The sale confirmed predictions that the painting’s unconventional backstory would only increase its value.
Originally, almost 500 copies were printed; now only 11 are known to still exist.
“Girl with a Balloon,” which started shredding as soon as it sold in 2018, could fetch more than $8 million.
Kevin McCoy minted his non-fungible token “Quantum” in 2014, long before the crypto art market exploded.