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The New York Times: First Virtual New York Art Fair Brings Low Energy but Solid Prices

Frieze New York proved surprisingly robust, answering the question, “Can a fair survive online?”

Eric Firestone, who sold Charles Duback’s 1960 oil on canvas “Black and White (Anne Waterhouse)” on opening day for $200,000, said he appreciated the data feedback, which told him which works got the most views and how long they were viewed. He also said the price transparency was a welcome development. “It’s very intimidating sometimes for the viewer to ask what a painting price is,” he said. “It helps level the playing field to say, ‘This is what we’re asking.’”

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