Archive for the ‘design’ Category

Koons and a Sailor Man in London (NY Times) Sketch to Stage:  Modern Designs for Theater and Opera at Morgan Library (NY Times) Artist Dash Snow Dead of Drug Overdose (ARTINFO) Decoration, Trompe l’Oeil, and Soft Porn at ArtHamptons (ARTINFO) Bon Jovi, ‘Real Housewives,’ Few Buyers Attend ArtHamptons (Bloomberg) Art Dealer Lawrence Salander Indicted for […]


New Yorker Cover Art, Painted with an iPhone (NY Times) Art Review:  If Paintings Had Voices, Francis Bacon’s Would Shriek (NY Times) Peter M. Brant Displays A Taste For the Moderns in Greenwich (NY Times) At Paris’ Pompidou Center, the year of the Women (LA Times) Hirst’s Pills, Twombly Squiggles Boost $67 Million New Museum […]


Previously published on ForYourArt By Emily Waldorf A Benefit for P.S. Arts Organized by the Antiques Dealers Association of California (ADAC), the Los Angeles Antiques Show opened on Wednesday, April 22 for a star-studded collector’s preview and party benefiting P.S. Arts. The event was held at Santa Monica’s Barker Hanger and was attended by a mix of art and antique […]


Previously published on Decorati.com By Emily Waldorf The Getty just unveiled two exciting complementary exhibitions on March 31st: Made for Manufacture and Taking Shape:  Finding Sculpture in the Decorative Arts.  The two shows highlight some of the gems of the Getty permanent collection as well a few never before seen pieces on loan from historic Temple Newsam House […]


Previously published on Decorati.com By Emily Waldorf Housed in a 1914 mansion built for the Vanderbilt family by architects Carrère and Hastings (of New York Public Library fame), the Neue Galerie is a gem of a museum, just steps away from the Guggenheim, and much less crowded. The current exhibition, “Brücke: The Birth of Expressionism […]


By Lauren Dickinson Maybe this wasn’t the year you made it to St. Barth’s or Aspen for scheduling (aka, financial) reasons, but a weekend in Palm Springs is much closer and still a very fun getaway. All of a sudden there seems to be nothing but cool new hotels opening, like the bohemian Ace (complete […]


Previously published on Decorati.com By Emily Waldorf Art and antiques magazines are getting thinner, auction houses and galleries are laying off employees, and art prices are slowly but surely coming down. The art market has officially entered a recession like the rest of the U.S. economy. As we learned in Decorati founder Shane Reilly’s article in […]