Articles tagged with: Inuit Art
The aftermath of Walker’s Fine Art & Estate Auctions’ fall Inuit sale is a mix of elation and exhaustion. It didn’t meet May’s final tally of $1.57 million, but it had 100 fewer items in the catalogue, and the Ottawa auction house continued to hold its position as the world’s predominant reseller of northern art.
Each year the American Association of Museums (AAM) chooses the best publication for an exhibition. Big-budget (over US$750,000) institutions like the Smithsonian and Museum of Modern Art are regular winners. Smaller exhibits (under US$750,000) include winners like the Amistad Centre for Art and Culture and the Jones Centre. For the first time since the awards began in 2000, a Canadian institution won in the latter category.