A series of auctions held in New York City this week were a demonstration of the art market's continued resilience in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. For those of you who may not be familiar with New York's art auction market, the most significant sales take place each May and November. In past years, the results of these sales have been affected by world events, but never cancelled entirely. Last May and November, lockdowns tempered the total amount of art sold – but not
¡Feliz Cinco de Mayo! In celebration of this Mexican holiday, MIR is highlighting some of the beautiful folk art traditions from our neighbors to the south that many Americans may not know about. In recent years, these items have been elevated from being viewed simply as crafts to being considered as fine art in their own right. Perhaps you’ll be inspired to find something unique to add to your collection! Alebrijes Alebrijes are brightly colored and densely patterned painted
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