Andy Warhol’s 1962 silkscreen painting “Four Marilyns” sold for $38.2 million at Phillips in New York Thursday night, the top price in a $78.6 contemporary- art sale that concluded two weeks of semi-annual evening auctions.
David Nosal, former regional managing director at Korn/Ferry International, was convicted of trade-secret theft and hacking for gaining access to the job- search firm’s proprietary database of executives.
The Helly Nahmad Gallery in Manhattan reopened a week after it was raided by U.S. agents, and will continue to operate as the owner faces charges he ran a high-stakes gambling ring that catered to celebrities and the very wealthy, his lawyer said.
Rachel Whiteread hasn’t moved on in two decades. For “Detached,” her exhibition of sculpture at the Gagosian Gallery in London, she is doing exactly the same thing as when she first came to fame with “House” in 1993. She is still making casts of the internal space of structures.