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BOOKS: Art as an investment? Sure, if you're name's Mugrabi

“Prestige is the shadow of money and power.”

~C. Wright Mills

In her cheekily titled book, ART AS AN INVESTMENT? Melanie Gerlis (Art Market Editor of T… 1,043 more words

Cat Weaver

Ron Perelman Entangles the Mugrabis in Lawsuit Against Larry Gagosian

It’s the middle of August, the slowest time of the year in the art world, so Larry Gagosian is probably just waking up in his mansion at Flamand’s Beach on St. 269 more words

Brant Foundation Partners with Free Arts NYC to Give 100 Homeless Kids a Tour of the Dan Colen Exhibition

Most of the children involved with the Department of Homeless Services have surely never imagined a place like the Brant Foundation Art Study Center in Greenwich, Connecticut, the massive estate that contains a barn-turned-art museum, a lush green polo field, and masterful sculptures dotting the property—not to mention the Jeff Koons… 431 more words

Will Alexandra Chemla's iPad App Change the Art Dealing Business?

Last June, at a dinner following a talk between Matthew Barney and Tina Brown at Kunstmuseum Basel, during that city’s annual art fair, Alexandra Chemla found herself seated with several fellow graduates of her alma mater Brown University. 1,692 more words

Andy Warhol, You're My Hero! Colacello, Gagosian, Mugrabi and Rosen Chat About the Pop Art Superstar in East Hampton

Only the conversation topic of Andy Warhol could lure to East Hampton, on a Sunday morning no less, such a stacked panel of the big guys: Peter Brant, Alberto Mugrabi, Aby Rosen, Larry Gagosian, Whitney chief curator Donna De Salvo, and Factory superstar Jane Holzer. 797 more words

Krowds, Kids and Ring-Kissing at Koons Kocktails

“Dad! Dad! Dad! Dad! Dad!” screamed Eric Koons, who at six years old is the second youngest of Jeff Koons’ seven children. The mop-haired rascal had been briefly separated from his father outside of the Whitney Museum, which last night hosted a cocktail party for “Jeff Koons: A Retrospective,” a massive day-glo celebration of all things good and bright and beautiful, 150 Koons sculptures and paintings spread over five floors, all devoted to that original perpetrator of ‘80s excess who’s now the art market’s enduring bellwether. 942 more words

David Zwirner