Archive for April, 2009

By Laura Gatewood The 20th century witnessed a revolution in which objects can be considered works of art. The long establishment of canvas and bronze as the standard materials was usurped by infamous toilet bowls, fluorescent lights, and in some cases, helium balloons. The critical reaction to the modern generation of artists who declared that concept is as […]


Keeping Art, and Climate, Controlled (NY Times) I Dream the Clothing Electric:  Nick Cave’s Soundsuits (NY Times) Valentino Finds Passion in Fashion:  Review ‘The Last Emperor’ Film (WSJ) London Sales Feature Prints (WSJ) UBS Stops ‘Art Banking’ for Rich Clients (Forbes.com) Getty’s $100,000 tab for Chinese Photos Signals Bargain Time (Bloomberg) Baroque Bling Glistens in Ornate […]


If you are an art-lover and collector or just curious to learn more about the LA art scene, be sure to check out ForYourArt‘s second annual Los Angeles Art Weekend, a four-day event highlighting a comprehensive assortment of the city’s contemporary art, architecture, and design hot spots.  Events include five-day blogging extravaganza, Postopolis! LA, a fashion […]