A New York Museum Is Selling Its Only Jackson Pollock Painting at Christie’s to Fund Acquisitions of Work by Women and Artists of Color

Jackson Pollock, Red Composition (1946). Image courtesy Christie’s. The Everson Museum in Syracuse, New York, has become the latest institution to sell off a major artwork to fund its efforts to diversify its collection. The early Jackson Pollock painting, Red Composition (1946), is expected to fetch between $12 million […]

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