The New Yorker, September 26, 2022
Richard Polsky on how owners come to identify with their masterpieces as they endeavor to prove authenticity.
Smithsonian Magazine, August 15, 2022
Richard Polsky quoted about Nosepicker 1.
The Smithsonian Magazine traces the history of Warhol’s college work to their present-day owners and why they are going to auction with a collection that could include Warhol’s first self-portrait.
ArtNet News, August 11, 2022
Richard Polsky quoted on a group of Warhol paintings reportedly being brought to auction by his family.
Warhol’s family members are reportedly bringing to auction 10 works he made as an art student at the Carnegie Institute in the 1940s.
CBS Sunday Morning, July 31, 2022
Richard Polsky interviewed in Sunday Morning feature about art authentication and forgery in the art world.
Pittsburgh City Paper, July 6, 2022
Richard Polsky recounts the story of Andy Warhol’s first exhibition of his Campbell’s soup cans at the Ferus Gallery 60 years ago this week.
New York Post, June 2, 2022
Richard Polsky quoted on the never-ending business of fake Basquiats in this article exposing the most recent batch of counterfeits.
Daily Mail, May 9, 2022
Richard Polsky provides in-depth analysis on Andy Warhol’s Shot Sage Blue Marilyn, which sold for $195 million at auction.
Artsy, May 2, 2022
Richard Polsky recounts the storied history of Andy Warhol’s Shot Sage Blue Marilyn, the Marilyn series, and how ownership confers the same level of fame as the art itself.
ArtTactic.com, April 28, 2022
Richard Polsky is the guest on this week’s ArtTactic podcast, covering the upcoming sale of Andy Warhol’s Shot Sage Blue Marilyn.
Take a deep dive with Richard into the history and significance of the Warhol Shot Sage Blue Marilyn, details about the seller and a list of potential buyers.
Vanity Fair, April 14, 2022
Richard Polsky quoted on value and the meaning of ownership as the auction date for the Warhol Shot Sage Blue Marilyn approaches.
The upcoming auction of the Warhol Shot Sage Blue Marilyn garners ever-increasing attention and speculation as its May auction date approaches.
Daily Mail, March 22, 2022
Richard Polsky breaks down the reasons behind the price of the Shot Sage Blue Marilyn, set to auction at an estimated $200million (£151million).
This time the price is a fitting match for the value.
Süddeutsche Zeitung, March 7, 2022
Richard Polsky referenced on the recent spike in Basquiat forgeries in a report on the Basquiat exhibition at the Orland Museum of Art.
The Telegraph, February 25, 2022
Richard Polsky discusses the continuing production of Basquiat forgeries.
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