Digital Artist Pak’s NFT Art Achieves $13 Million

The artist’s collection is expected to draw in even more millions.

This Designer Sold ‘Virtual Furniture’ For Over $500,000

Andrés Reisinger will be making ‘real’ versions of five pieces, which will be sent to the respective buyers.

By Rachel Cormack

24/02/2021

Kenzo Takada’s Art And Furniture Collection To Be Auctioned

The contents of the designer’s apartment in Paris, including homewares and clothes, will be auctioned by Artcurial in May.

By Joelle Diderich

17/02/2021

How To Tell If Your Keith Haring Is Fake

Below, the telltale signs the artwork may have an authentication issue, according to an expert.

By Richard Polsky

15/02/2021

This Botticelli Portrait To Fetch Over $100M

That’s 100 times more than the present owner paid for it in 1982.

By Rachel Cormack

22/01/2021

Sydney Dining Institution Lucio’s To Sell Its Art

The auction will feature some of the most famous names in Australian art.

By Terry Christodoulou

11/01/2021

Fashion Designer Martin Margiela To Open Parisian Art Show

The mysterious creative is switching gears.

By Martin Lerma

06/01/2021

Art Gallery Of NSW Unveils 2021 Program

The new year will also see the gallery celebrate two significant milestones.

By Terry Christodoulou

11/12/2020

Whiteley Masterpiece To Smash Australian Art Record

A longstanding sale record is set to fall this week.

By Terry Christodoulou

23/11/2020

The Rain Room Reopens

The country’s most photographed exhibition returns for another season.

By Terry Christodoulou

19/11/2020

The National 2021 Presents New Australian Art

The collaborative exhibition spans three venues and showcases 39 artists.

By Terry Christodoulou

16/11/2020

Streeton Exhibition To Open At AGNSW

Robb Report speaks to AGNSW Director Dr Michael Brand about the largest retrospective of the Australian artist since the 1920s.

By Terry Christodoulou

05/11/2020

Iconic James Bond Posters Up For Auction

How to get your hands on an original poster from Connery’s Bond Films.

By Terry Christodoulou

02/11/2020

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