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  1. Like many people, Graham Arader was profoundly influenced by his college experience. When he was an undergraduate at Yale, Arader met Alexander Orr Vietor, the curator of the university’s map...
  2. On November 9, RH Contemporary Art unveiled a 28,000-square-foot art gallery within a six-story building at 437 West 16th St. The Manhattan venue is the first in a series of such spaces that the new...
  3. Vintage pinup art does many things: It celebrates the female form, it fosters nostalgic sensibilities, and it represents a sultry investment with limitless potential.
  4. Vintage pinup art continues to escalate in value, in part because there’s a finite amount of the artwork in existence. Even though the early masters of the craft, such as Gil Elvgren, Alberto Vargas...
  5. Chinese artist Li Hongbo’s current exhibition, Tools of Study—which will be on display through March 22 at the Klein Sun Gallery in Chelsea, New York—pays homage to numerous classical sculptures.
  6. Pace has been a force in the art world for decades. It operates galleries on three continents, including one in Beijing, and has a formidable stable of artists that includes the modern masters Chuck...
  7. When Secret Service agents seized 2,200 fine-art photographs from a New York warehouse in 2012, they called on New York Fine Art Appraisers to determine the worth of the trove of works by masters...
  8. In January, Cesar Garcia, LAXART’s former associate director and senior curator, opened his own Los Angeles gallery and called it the Mistake Room—a moniker inspired by Glenn Kaino’s performance art...
  9. Thanks to Atelier Courbet ( www.ateliercourbet.com ), a gallery and shop in New York City that opened late last year, fine- art and design enthusiasts have direct access to more than 20 of the...
  10. This summer, the beach is not the only sight to see in the Hamptons. Roy Lichtenstein’s (1923–1997) monumental sculptures...

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