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Is Larry Gagosian the Art World's Worst Boss?

What’s it like to work for mega art-dealer Larry Gagosian? It’s horrible, at least according to one account.

Fashionista Amanda Brooks, now at Barney’s, as part of plugging her new book, … 410 more words

Your Instagram Photos Could be Worth $90,000

You’ve probably been warned before: don’t put anything on the internet that you wouldn’t want your employer to see.

But is it art, if it technically isn’t yours? 291 more words

Contemporary Art

Just Being Frida

I can’t remember what brought the joy into my life before Vulture. The entertainment forum of New York Magazine, their staff never fail to create content that makes me think, laugh, and write. 303 more words


Picasso Cubist Portrait of a Harem Shatters Auction Record, Brings $179M at Christie's

Out came the cell phones, held above the head and facing auctioneer Jussi Pylkkanen. It was about 7:20 pm at Christie’s on Monday night. Dozens were shooting their own video of the priciest artwork expected to sell at auction, Pablo Picasso’s cubist… 398 more words

Pablo Picasso

Art World Abstracts: Larry Gagosian's Kappo Masa Is a Hit Despite Itself, and More!

Vera Wang, Derek Blasberg, George Clooney, Robin Wright, Martha Stewart, Karlie Kloss, Naomi Campbell, Lauren Santo Domingo, Irina Shayk, Jason Schwartzman—they have all become regulars at Kappo Masa, the sushi joint Larry Gagosian installed in the basement of 980 Madison, the building that acts as the mothership to his international fleet of galleries. 325 more words

Taking in the ADAA Art Show, Where Everybody Knows Your Name

There is an old John Travolta line from “Welcome Back, Kotter,” where, grinning and surrounded by friends, he turns to the camera and says simply, “This is my place, and these are my people.” 433 more words

Art Fairs

On the Market: Larry Gagosian Doesn't Want Anyone to See His Harkness Mansion Reno

The mayor would be remiss to sacrifice industrial zones for affordable housing, Crain’s editorial board argues, because no housing is affordable without a job, and many of the better paying blue-collar jobs can be found in the industrial zones. 650 more words