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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

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

Oscar Weekend Warrior: A New Yorker Attempts to Take on L.A.'s Starriest Season

LOS ANGELES—A few hours after the end of of the Oscars, an actress friend pulled up outside the Chateau Marmont, and after I jumped in shotgun we cut off Sunset Boulevard with a screeching hard left and ripped up Laurel Canyon Boulevard, scaling a mountain to get above the city, ears popping, and we came to a long, isolated driveway on Mulholland Drive, where a view of a thousand blinking parties burning in Los Angeles was unspooled below before us. 1,730 more words

'Animal' Planet: An Appreciation of Bruce Nauman

When you were younger and you played that game of trying to list all the 50 states, you always missed a couple of really good ones, say New Mexico or Alaska. 497 more words

Larry Gagosian

The Art World's Biggest Lie: A Collector Debunks Art as an Investment

The last several years have brought nosebleed prices for works of art, auction records that seem to be broken almost as soon as they are made. 1,265 more words

Of Koons, Twombly, Perelman and Gagosian: Lessons to be Learned

By Jessica M. Curley (Part I) and Daniel Kokhba (Part II)

Part I: Places, lights, action

The lack of transparency in the art world can sometimes cause unease and distrust among transacting parties, as can be seen in the protracted litigation between billionaire financier Ronald O. 1,527 more words

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Why Pete Wells Didn't Splurge at Kappo Masa

In his latest restaurant review, Times critic Pete Wells unleashed his wrath on Kappo Masa, giving zero stars to the exorbitantly expensive joint venture from Larry Gagosian and Masayoshi Takayama, on the Upper East Side. 617 more words