It’s a designer open house of sorts.
Andy Link says ‘The Drinker’ went missing from his garden in 2006.
Ed Ruscha’s Hurting the Word Radio #2, 1964, sold for $52.5 million.
We hope a matching hippo hot tub is in the works.
Making it the top lot at Christie’s sale of Impressionist and modern art on Monday.
It’s the highest price ever paid on the Discogs marketplace.
Collecting—based on data—can be just as lucrative in ROI as your blue-chip portfolio.
The Palms’ Artsy Nightclub Is Closing After Less Than a Year—But the Damien Hirst Sculptures Will Stay
The works, which belong to two of the world’s top art collectors, will remain in the casino’s fine art collection.
Tony Tetro says he is the author of three fake Monet, Dalí and Picasso works currently on loan to Dumfries House.