Art’s New Perch: Your Neck, Not Your Wall

It looks at a glance like a monument, a towering edifice of painted wood and brass. But on closer inspection, it is a half-pint — a sculptural pendant that stands a mere 4 ¾ inches tall, one of the small but mighty jewelry designs the artist Louise Nevelson crafted for friends or wore like a weighty talisman.

It is also among the highlights of “Art as Jewelry as Art,” a digital-only auction and simultaneous exhibition at Sotheby’s in Manhattan. The first at the auction house…

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