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Is Fashion Corrupting Art? A Conversation With Natasha Degen, FIT Newsroom (June 23, 2023)

Pioneer Square’s Arts Scene is Changing – What That Means for Downtown Seattle, Seattle Times (June 18, 2023)

A New Book Explores How Andy Warhol’s Notions of Pop Foresaw the Union of Art and FashionArtnet News (May 31, 2023)

Art and Fashion Converge with FIT's Natasha DegenArtelligence Podcast (May 26, 2023)

How Merchants of Style Became the Institution of Art, Culture: An Owner's Manual (May 16, 2023)

At Christie’s ‘21st Century’ Auction, the Sound of Records Breaking for Women, The New York Times (May 15, 2023)

Style & Substance: 12 Fashion Books for SpringZoomer (May 3, 2023)

The Met Gala, or When Fashion Consumes Art, The New York Times (May 1, 2023)

Natasha Degen – Fashion Institute of Technology, ArtTactic Podcast (April 26, 2023)

Why are Warhol’s Prince works before the US Supreme Court?, BBC World Service - The Inquiry (March 30, 2023)

Web3 Is ComingHUE Magazine (March 2023)

Joan Mitchell Foundation Claims Vuitton Ads Infringe on Painter’s CopyrightThe New York Times (February 21, 2023)

How a Landmark Feminist Show Got Erased From Collective MemoryHyperallergic (December 19, 2022)

A Hack Has Revealed What Many Long Suspected: The Owners of Auction Houses Are Also Some of Their Best CustomersArtnet News (November 16, 2022)

How a Mondrian Painting Sold for $51 Million at Sotheby’sThe New York Times (November 15, 2022)

The Rumor That LVMH Is Buying Gagosian Just Won’t Die. There May Be Something to It—But Not What You ThinkArtnet News (November 4, 2022)

Why Do Artists Leave Their Galleries? It’s About Money—and a Whole Lot MoreArtnet News (September 23, 2022)

Has the Art Market Peaked? Here Are 3 Signs Experts Are Watching for as a Recession Looms, Artnet News (June 17, 2022)

An Exhibition Looks at Garments as Art, FIT Newsroom (February 22, 2022)

These Mid-Size Art Galleries Are Punching Way Above Their Weight. How? By Sharing Profits and Production CostsArtnet News (February 15, 2022)

After Pak and Beeple, What’s Next for NFT Collectors? Art Made With a PaintbrushThe New York Times (February 12, 2022)

Inflation in the U.S. Is Higher Than It’s Been in Four Decades. Here’s Why That’s Good News for Art SellersArtnet News (February 11, 2022)

What in the World Is ‘Garmenting?’WWD (January 6, 2022)

Bootstraps and Billionaires: How Upstart Dealers Finance New Galleries in a Notoriously Turbulent IndustryArtnet News (December 13, 2021)

Chuck Close Was a Celebrated Art Star Until MeToo Exposed Him as Toxic. Can His Supporters Stage a Posthumous Comeback?, Artnet News (November 2, 2021)

Lévy Gorvy, Salon 94, and Amalia Dayan Merge to Form an Empire on the Upper East Side in a Move Toward Art-Market Consolidation, Artnet News (September 1, 2021)

New York Art Fairs Are Returning, Eyes Open and Fingers Crossed, The New York Times (August 27, 2021)

Inside the Epic Auction-House Battle to Win Divorcing Couple Harry and Linda Macklowe’s Peerless $700 Million Art Collection, Artnet News (August 12, 2021)

What Is the World’s Top Mega-Gallery? We Crunched the Numbers—and No, It’s Not the One You Think, Artnet News (June 10, 2021)

Basquiat and Other Artists of Color Lead a Swell of Auction Sales, The New York Times (May 13, 2021)

Sotheby’s and Phillips Announce Departures and Arrivals, The New York Times (April 29, 2021)

After a Lockdown and New Ownership, Where Does Art Basel Go From Here?, ARTnews (March 23, 2021)

Where in the World Is Miami Gallerist Inigo Philbrick?Miami New Times (December 5, 2019)

Anyone Can Now 'Invest' In a Rolex or Birkin. But Should They?
The Business of Fashion (November 15, 2019)

In this age of glossy art fairs and mega-galleries, can public museums survive?, Los Angeles Times (February 11, 2019)

After a Record Sale, Mark Grotjahn Changes Course
, The Wall Street Journal (October 24, 2018)

Does the Art World Have a Money Laundering Problem?Hyperallergic (October 18, 2018)

Brands Like Nike and PepsiCo Are the New Art Patrons
, The Atlantic (October 10, 2018)

Price Tag: The story behind the $450.3 million auction of Leonardo da Vinci’s “Salvator Mundi”, Meural (August 27, 2018)

Alumna’s Gallery Makes a Splash on the NY Arts Scene, FIT Newsroom (April 10, 2018) 

Art Market Alumna Teaches Inmates about Art World Jobs
FIT Newsroom (August 22, 2017)

Art Industry News: Sotheby’s Stock Down 10% After Earnings Call + More Must-Read Stories, Artnet News (August 14, 2017)

New York's Fashion Institute of Technology redesigns its art market Master's programmeThe Art Newspaper (August 14, 2017)