Randy Kennedy, of the New York Times, sat down for a TimesTalk with two art world heavy hitters, Julian Schnabel and Jeff Koons on March 6, 2017. Below are some choice insights from their chat. 1. Jeff and Julian have been friends since the late 1970s when they met in New York. One night,… Read more »
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In her new show at Lehmann Maupin Gallery in Chelsea, Lee Bul’s multimedia compositions come alive. Building on cross-cultural reference points as diverse as Japanese Manga cartoons, Korean embroidered silk scrolls and sci-fi utopian communities, in this exciting exhibition Lee Bul creates fantastical environments using mirrored surfaces, LED lights, and welded metal, combining diverse and unexpected… Read more »
Panelists Andrea Crane, private dealer, Noah Horowitz, director of Art Basel North America, Howard Spiegler, co-chair Art Law, Herrick Feinstein LLP, and panel moderator Melanie Gerlis. Recently, I was invited to speak on a panel about regulation in the art word, entitled “Regulation, Would it Spoil all the Fun?” While the title was catchy, it… Read more »
As an art advisor, I recognize the power of arts philanthropy and the need to support museums. Among other institutions, I support the Smith College Museum of Art, where I interned as an undergraduate.
I recently had the pleasure of speaking with Tom Friedman about his 33-foot tall metal sculpture, Looking Up, on view on Park Avenue between 53rd and 54th Streets through September 5.
In a recent online article, Tech Crunch described Wydr, the newest in a long line of art buying apps, as “Tinder for buying art”. It’s a telling comparison.
Art Basel is the “mother” of all Contemporary art fairs. The mix of post war painting and sculpture, blue chip Contemporary art, plus hard-to-find examples by mid career and emerging artists, make visiting this fair a thrill. It’s not just the scope, it’s also the quality. Because the fair is spread across two huge… Read more »
Lately I’ve found myself thinking about the intersection between art collecting and interior design. In the 90s when I began my career, most serious Contemporary art collectors lived with generic furniture. This changed when post WWII Modern European and American furniture became collectable through innovators in the auction industry, like Wright in Chicago. When Design… Read more »
I always look forward to the Frieze NY art fair, now in it’s fifth year, because it is a vanguard of sorts.
During a recent trip to LA, I was invited to visit artist Anthony Pearson at his studio.