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  1. The first exhibit in Marianne Boesky’s latest New York gallery was Pier Paolo Calzolari’s evocative sculptures; each piece, displayed on a refrigerated stand, frosts over every morning and thaws at...
  2. For some collectors, the allure of antique fire trucks can be extinguishable.
  3. A teacup. An old photograph. A clock, its workings exposed to create the feeling of time furiously ticking by, and a series of matchsticks used to tediously measure the minutes. Each of these objects...
  4. What a Racket Tennis advertising has its own brand of topspin, and an assortment of 70 posters promoting the sport traces it for more than a century. The vintage images, from a private Australian...
  5. About 20 years ago, when Meis was beginning to work on the Saitama Super Arena in Tokyo—a giant robot of a stadium that reconfigures itself for different sports—he stopped by a Japanese toy store for...
  6. The Frum Collection of Oceanic Art—52 items in all—is to be auctioned by Sotheby’s in Paris on September 16.
  7. Rarity and provenance impact the value of union and confederate items; the calendar does not.
  8. Thanks to Atelier Courbet ( ), 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...
  9. More than the foremost collector of American flags, Ben Zaricor is a standard-bearer of American identity.
  10. This year marks the 450th anniversary of the birth of the incomparable English poet and playwright William Shakespeare.