The New Yorker Out Loud: Nick Paumgarten and Peter Schjeldahl on the high-priced art market by The New Yorker published on 2013-11-22T22:21:47Z The recent sale at auction of a Francis Bacon triptych for $142.4 million has people talking, including Peter Schjeldahl and Nick Paumgarten. Paumgarten was at the auction, and in this week's issue he profiles one of the biggest players in the international art market, David Zwirner. Schjeldahl, the magazine's art critic, has also written about dealers and gallerists. In this week's podcast, they talk about art market excess with the literary editor of the New Yorker’s web site, Sasha Weiss. Also, a song celebrating Thanksgivukkah.