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Support AFC and Bid on Works by Katherine Bradford, Ross Bleckner and more!

by The AFC Staff on April 14, 2017
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Let the bidding begin! The Art F City 12th anniversary paddle8 auction is live, which means you’ve got exactly two weeks to secure that work you love. Our auction closes April 28th, so be sure to watch it carefully!

Bid on fantastic works by Edgar Arceneaux, Trudy Benson, Ross Bleckner (selected by Joshua Abelow), Katherine Bradford, Erik Den Brejeen, Jessica Dickinson, David Humphrey, Emily Noelle Lambert, Sara Greenberger Rafferty, Michael Scoggins, and Mark Tribe.

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Paddles ON! Auction Exceeds Estimates in Developing Digital Market

by Paddy Johnson on July 3, 2014
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How successful was tonight’s Paddles ON! sale of digital art in London? On its face pretty good. Phillips sale totaled £83,500 ($113,636.83), exceeding their high estimate for the sale at £67,150 ($91,392.43). Dig a little deeper, though, and the results of the auction as a whole, which included 22 lots, suggest a still developing market: Five lots went unsold and four sold for under their estimates. Two unremarkable abstract panels that sold for as much as five times their estimate boosted the evenings sale numbers. Michael Staniak’s IMG_885, a monochrome painting made of casting compound and acrylic on board, brought in the most; it sold for £25,000, £20,250 over its £4,750 estimate. Trailing Staniak came Michael Manning’s Chinese Broccolini Torta, a pastel digital print on canvas which sold for £15,000, £10,000 over its £5,000 estimate.

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This Week’s Must-See Art Events: Everything But the Art World

by Corinna Kirsch and Whitney Kimball on November 11, 2013
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Good news for those of you who couldn’t get tickets to Performa’s blockbusters! There are still free and open Performa events (a 24-hour group performance, a screening by the Gay Cable Network archive) and non-Performa exhibitions of puppets, comics, animation, and a queer experimental film festival.

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