Nothing lasts forever.
Tomorrow marks the beginning of our last full week in An Cheathrú Rua, and here at the Ó Fhatharta home, we are all feeling a twinge of regret that the time has gone by so quickly. 146 more words
Sotheby’s had its best Contemporary European sale ever this week, outpacing Christie’s with over $230 million (£148 million) in combined sales.
The house was aptly led by an early hand-painted Andy Warhol “Dollar Bill” painting, which blew past it’s $20 million to $28 million (£13 to £18 million) estimate and sold for more than $32 million (nearly £21 million) at the sales July 1 and 2. 361 more words
Ron Rivlin is, by his own admission, something of an unconventional gallerist.
“The museums don’t really like me,” says the Toronto-born Rivlin. “They work their way up the ladder, they got their PhDs, and here I am: this businessman who just came out guns blazing.” 816 more words
The Rolling Stones have announced plans for a 2016 tour, but rather than taking the stage they’ll be taking galleries by storm. The group will be the subject of a large-scale retrospective exhibition, titled “ 478 more words