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The $136 million Frank Gehry–designed museum will exhibit artworks from the LVMH collection…
From meteorites to automata, the lots for the September 3 sale range from odd to downright wacky…
There Goes Tokyo Dan Meis designs big buildings: office towers, theaters, casinos, and his...
What a Racket Tennis advertising has its own brand of topspin, and an assortment of 70 posters...
For some collectors, the allure of antique fire trucks can be extinguishable.  Andrew Leider’s...
Opening a museum has an irresistible allure. Then comes the public.  When Steve Oliver and his wife...
A teacup. An old photograph. A clock, its workings exposed to create the feeling of time furiously...
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Cool House The first exhibit in Marianne Boesky’s latest New York gallery (www....
With posters as old as the 1890s, the sale spotlights how the sport has changed…
The September 16 auction includes an assortment of works from Polynesia and Melanesia…
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The artist’s works give a beach town a new splash of color…
Rarity and provenance impact the value of union and confederate items; the calendar does not.
Robert August
Thanks to Atelier Courbet (www.ateliercourbet.com), a gallery and shop in New York City that opened...
(1996) Veninga-Zaricor Family and Fog kist of Santa Cruz, LLC
Ben Zaricor collects American history and identity, in fabric form. He owns one flag that has not...
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In January, Cesar Garcia, LAXART’s former associate director and senior curator, opened his own Los...
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When Secret Service agents seized 2,200 fine-art photographs from a New York warehouse in 2012,...
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The new pen honors the 450th anniversary of Shakespeare’s birth…
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In a single evening in November, at its New York branch, Christie’s generated $691.5 million in...
The $836,500 sale of the gloves that Muhammad Ali wore during his first fight against Sonny Liston...
Pace has been a force in the art world for decades. It operates galleries on three continents,...

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