Artnet – Despite another—albeit low-key—protest outside Sotheby’s this morning, the sale of selected works from the Berkshire Museum of Art collection continued apace on Wednesday. Critics gathered with signs in front of Sotheby’s at 9 a.m.—an hour ahead of the auction house’s major American art sale—but it didn’t keep the auctioneer from putting the final four works from a group of 13 under the hammer.  – read more