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The Ever-Rising Art Market

November 16, 2012

"Values for contemporary art--defined as any art created after 1945--are always in flux because art history hasn't had time to weigh its lasting merits. But the number of high prices attained during New York's fall sales proves newer art still attracts a broad group of competitive global collectors." The Wall Street Journal 11/16/12

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