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NYC Affordable Art Fair

A few weeks ago, I attended New York’s Affordable Art Fair at the Metropolitan Pavilion in what I guess is Chelsea on W. 18th St. (I haven’t yet nailed down the boundaries of all the various NYC neighborhoods.) 256 more words

NYC

The purge

Growing up as a child of art and antique collectors, I am developing an aversion to stuff. It’s not that I don’t like art and antiques; quite the contrary, as I have started collecting both myself and I have boxes of items in the attic to decorate my future place with. 256 more words

Public projects, art fairs, and future plans: Lisson Gallery, London/Milan/New York

THIS YEAR, THE  WORLD’S LEADING FAIR, ART BASEL, OPENS TO THE PUBLIC ON JUNE 16th, BRINGING TOGETHER AN INTERNATIONAL ROSTER OF 280 OF THE WORLD’S LEADING GALLERIES WITH WORKS FROM MODERN MASTERS TO CURRENT EMERGING STARS. 685 more words

The Last Painting of Sara de Vos (Recommended)

The Last Painting of Sara de Vos by Dominic Smith.

Tragic, romantic entanglements of 17th and 20th century art-driven lives.

Simon de Pury, auctioneer: Art is the ultimate luxury and greatest legacy

The investment potential of the best art will just keep on increasing, says Simon de Pury, one of the world’s most renowned auctioneers, as art becomes ever more aligned with high luxury. 894 more words

Art & Photography

When the conversation turns to "what next?"

When we meet as a Collective group, one thing we are never short of is conversation. Is it critical engagement? No, not always. We come with different perspectives and from different professional backgrounds so there is always plenty to bring to the table, bound as we are by our common goal of buying and sharing contemporary art for domestic spaces. 721 more words

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Lansing Art Gallery

Last Light, 24×36

Just Add Hot, 12×12

Pop & Popped, 12×12

Bird on a Branch, 16×20

There is more than just painting to being an artist. 95 more words

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