Gerhard Richter: Art Has No Power, Unearthed Frida Kahlo Portrait For Sale…And More

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Gerhard Richter. KAISER/AFP/Getty

Next Tuesday, Sotheby’s will offer a Frida Kahlo portrait by Nina Con Collar that was only discovered earlier this year. The estimate is $1.5 to $2 million.

Speaking of Sotheby’s, Edvard Munch’s Girls on the Bridge sold last night for $54.5 million.

Art doesn’t have power, but it does have value, because it provides solace, says Gerhard Richter. (Huffington Post)

An exhibit of rarely-seen artwork by and letters to and from Andy Warhol opened last night at Cadillac House in Manhattan.

The first-ever Keith Haring exhibit in Africa. (Artnet News)

2016 Rema Hort Mann Emerging Artist Grants announced. (Artnews)

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