Anthony Caro’s Pearl wasn’t plucked from an oyster. He sculpted it from brass and bronze in 2011, and it looks nothing like the marine gem.
On June 8 and 9, Beverly Hills–based celebrity and entertainment auction house Julien’s Auctions, in collaboration with the Les Paul Foundation, will offer a collection of memorabilia from the est
Perry Rubenstein is inaugurating his Los Angeles gallery with a spectacular presentation—Helmut Newton: Sex and Landscapes—the first American showing of the exhibit since the photographer died in
From May 4 to June 16, Paul Kasmin Gallery in Manhattan will showcase more than 30 inventive, sculptural works by French artists Claude Lalanne and the late Franc¸ois-Xavier Lalanne.
Andrew Jackson demonstrated that he was indeed "a man of the people"—and not another member of the Eastern elite who had been elected president—by opening his 1829 inaugural reception at
The late Theodore J.
The Hong Kong International Art Fair started strong in 2008 and never lost momentum.
Blue-chip contemporary art galleries often choose to sit out the debut edition of a new art fair, but Frieze New York is a rare exception.
Two important pieces of artwork that were thought to have been missing for decades have suddenly resurfaced, and master art auctioneers Christie’s and Sotheby’s are bringing them back to the publi
From April 13 to 15, more than 200 book dealers from around the world will flock to the New York Antiquarian Book Fair, bearing rare and collectible works that range from a first-edition copy of F