I’m going to give it up for Lee Rosenbaum who had the balls to finally point out that museums, eager to find ways to use and to appreciate the latest … Continue reading
Tech Savvy Services Promise Quick Seamless Sales Art has forever been a notoriously illiquid asset, proving expensive, time-consuming, and frustrating in its resistance to quick and timely sales. But now, … Continue reading
Death of an Art Snob On Saturday, Sept. 19th, the world’s most famous art snob, Brian Sewell died, opening up no new dialog at all regarding the role of art … Continue reading
Trickle Down Taste The Broad opens this Sunday, in downtown Los Angeles —a stunning concrete lattice construction housing three floors that sample Eli and Edythe Broad’s personal collection. The most … Continue reading
Lazy Lyon is making Daniel Buren look bad —at least the city is making Buren’s work look bad. The state of neglect that his installation (a characteristic grid of 69 tiny fountains and 14 pillars) festers in has driven the artist to threaten legal action.
Who’s Picasso is it anyhow? There were many objections, a lot threats and some immediate backlash when German cultural minister, Monika Grütters, set in motion a proposal that would severely … Continue reading
The bad news is this : we’ve long lived in a world where art market specialists have been willing to turn a blind eye to looted, stolen, and downright fake … Continue reading