Sotheby's During Sandy

Sotheby's During Sandy

Hurricane Sandy delivered a crushing blow to Chelsea's art galleries. Flooding, especially, damaged both exhibition and storage space. Uptown, on York, a different story unfolded. On November 2, 2012, while much of the city was still recoiling from record swells and stirring winds, Sotheby's landed over $11 million selling prints.

Our friends from Babes at the Museum were on hand to document the event. Read "We Spent Hurricane Sandy at Sotheby's."

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