Belinda Neumann-Donnelly Wants to Sell Another Basquiat; Taipei Dangdai Sales Report; Chillida at Hauser + Wirth; Katharina Grosse at DLD
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The Neumann Family in Another Battle Over $50m in Art
Belinda Neumann-Donnelly, the daughter of Hubert Neumann, is suing her father and siblings to have what she believes is $50m in art sold so the proceeds can be divided among the beneficiaries of a family trust. There are more than 50 works in the trust, including art by Jean Dubuffet, Joan Miro, Keith Haring, Bruce Conner, Jeff Koons and David Wojnarowicz. But the bulk of the value lies in two works: Sandro Chia’s Confidential Declaration and Jean-Michel Basquiat’s Untitled (Tyranny), an eight-foot-wide work from the highly sought after year of 1982.
Taipei Dangdai Sales Report
Artsy had the fair report for Taipei Dangdai which saw nearly 30,000 visitors in Taiwan this past weekend:
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