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Since the blockbuster auction of Paul Allen's collection, the art market might be losing some of the wind in its sails.
Art critic Blake Gopnik comments on the record-setting auction, as well as his own interactions with the late Microsoft co-founder.
Online art sales doubled during the pandemic, but that didn't necessarily make it easier to break into the art world — as a collector or as an artist.
Critics ask why it took so long.