July 25, 2014
A July 18 Bloomberg article says a five-year art rally has lifted the value of works by women in a market long dominated by men. In the past two months, six female artists set personal records at modern and contemporary-art auctions. The most notable example involved a 1960 abstract painting by Joan Mitchell that went for $11.9 million—the most ever for a work by a woman.
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