Art & Collectibles

The design objects given to the Cooper Hewitt Museum are the subject of a new exhibition...
As the city’s art scene sizzles, major galleries are heading west. Los Angeles’s emergence as a world capital of contemporary art has hinged largely on the city’s ever-expanding roster of museums, a...
Chronicling the exploits of superhuman heroes with questionable fashion sense since the 1930s, comic books continue to capture the global imagination, even in this digital age. Through World War II...
On April 25, Phillips auction house in New York will auction off a selection of 20th-century masterpieces from famed artists like Pablo Picasso and Andy Warhol during its Evening and Day Sales of...
Sister art fairs will showcase works from 150 galleries representing 1,200 artists...
According to leading online marketplace for fine art, antiques and collectibles...
Founded in 1853, Steinway & Sons is recognized the world over for top-tier handcrafted pianos. The respected brand is now unveiling a new global flagship, Steinway Hall , in New York City. As...
20th-century masters lead Phillips’ sales of modern and contemporary editions...
Twice a year, Sotheby's and Christie's stage their marquee evening auctions for Impressionist and Modern as well as Contemporary artworks in New York. These are the sales where masterpieces cross the...
The April auction will include works from Andreas Gursky, Walker Evans, Diane Arbus, and more...
Every March, Art Basel turns the frenetic city of Hong Kong into a thrilling blur of cultural events. This year, from March 24 to 26, the show will spotlight over 3,000 artists and reportedly will...
The national pastime of the United States is a prominent thread in the social fabric of the country, and its first stitch may sell for millions when SCP Auctions offers the 1857 Laws of Baseball from...
Unlike the specimens in the first all-meteorite salesroom auction at Christie's , the idea for the sale didn't just fall from the sky. James Hyslop, science specialist at Christie's London, says that...
Few names have become as synonymous with a sport as that of Edson Arantes do Nascimento, better known as Pelé, and when Julien’s Auctions presents Pelé: The Collection, June 7 through 9 in London ,...
Piraneseum offers antique keepsakes from Rome, Venice, and other stops along the Grand Tour. Wealthy British schoolboys of the 18th century commonly spent their gap year (or years in some cases) on...
With cinephiles focused on the upcoming Academy Awards on February 28, RobbReport.com looked back through some of Hollywood’s most unforgettable movies and the timeless memorabilia that helps make...
Music mavens will have a unique opportunity to acquire instruments from standout artists at Guernsey’s Guitar Auction on February 27, in New York City. Culled from several private collections, the...
MALCOLM ROGERS, the former director of Boston’s Museum of Fine Arts, long coveted a sculpture he had seen featured on the cover of a magazine. Decades later he came to own that very work of art...
The upcoming 13th annual Palm Beach Jewelry, Art & Antique Show , running from February 10 to 16—through Presidents Day weekend—will feature over 160 exhibitors from around the world, including M...
Arizona’s Settlers West Galleries prepares to host its annual American Miniatures show. For 30 years, a replica of a red Cheyenne shield has hung on a wall in the studio of Howard Terpning, an artist...
The Cultivist promises an all-access pass to the art world. The galleries of New York’s Museum of Modern Art were closed for the evening last October when I gently ran my hand up the bronze spine of...
Helena Newman, Global Co-Head of Sotheby’s Impressionist & Modern Art Department, said: “We are delighted to launch the first London sale season of 2016 with auctions of Impressionist, Modern and...
Creating beauty amidst chaos inspired artist Olayami Dabls to convert some of Detroit’s dilapidated...
“The art scene in Detroit has just exploded,” says sculptor Robert Sestok when commenting on his...
Originally published in the December issue of Robb Report Collection as “ Moment of Clarity ” Ten years ago, the fashion and real estate entrepreneur J. Christopher Burch took his son to the American...
Originally published in the December issue of Robb Report Collection as “ Keeping Score ” Dan Imler, the vice president of SCP Auctions, may have been destined to specialize in sports memorabilia: He...
Originally published in the December issue of Robb Report Collection as “ A Beatle’s Life ” When a couple is married for nearly 35 years, they tend to accumulate a little too much stuff, and maybe...
Originally published in the December issue of Robb Report Collection as “ Superpowered ” If you want to spot the next hot item in the comic book–collecting world, read Variety. News of films to come—...
Originally published in the December issue of Robb Report Collection as “ Gold Hoops ” In the 1920s and ’30s—long before marquee players such as LeBron James and Michael Jordan lit up the court,...
Originally published in the December issue of Robb Report Collection as “ Minding the Score ” In February, sports fans will gather to watch the most hyped game on the planet: the 50th-anniversary...

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