Some of the outdoor sculptures are even up for grabs.
From Online Exhibitions to Ecommerce: Art Galleries Are Turning to the Digital World to Survive Covid-19
Unlike in past crises, gallery survival is less about size and more about digital nimbleness.
It’s a classic East Coast-West Coast battle.
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These reads are worth a smidge more than a dollar a word.
Entrepreneurs, vintners and avid art collectors Craig and Kathryn Hall talk to us about the inspiration behind their new HALL Arts Hotel in the heart of Dallas’ renowned Arts District.
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The who’s who of collectors.
A second edition was sold for the same price, with a third currently on sale for $150,000.
Entrepreneur and Art-World Patron Jorge Pérez Will Showcase His Private Collection in a New Miami Museum
Opening December 4th in the Allapattah neighborhood, non-traditional museum El Espacio 23 has an intimate vibe and many never-before-seen pieces.
The work from 1960, Barbara (ANT 113), is part of Klein’s fabled “Anthropometries” series.