Posts Tagged ‘recession’

By Emily Waldorf Have you ever felt intimidated by hanging artwork yourself and thought that you needed to hire a professional installer?  It is actually surprisingly straight-forward to hang your own artwork as long as you do your homework beforehand and use extra special care.  Plus, there is no time like a recession to learn […]


Tim Burton at the Museum of Modern Art (NY Times) Gift Guide:  Critics Select the Best Art & Architecture Books (NY Times) A Survey Shows Pain of Recession for Artists (NY Times) Rembrandt Real and Fake at Getty Museum (LA Times) Art Review:  Tomoo Gokita at Honor Fraser Gallery (LA Times) Russians are Collecting Used […]


Optimism and Jitters at Maastricht (NY Times) A Wounded Museum Feels a Jolt of Progress:  Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum (NY Times) Asian Arts, From Robes to Porcelains, Have Their Annual Jamboree at Asia Week (NY Times) Getty Gives in to Recession (ARTINFO) Late Frank Lloyd Wright House Up For Sale (ARTINFO) Armory Show 2009 Roundup […]


By Lauren Dickinson I have been thinking about cupcakes for a while. Not so much about eating them myself, but about everyone else who is, and how places to buy cupcakes keep springing up. As much as I adore cupcakes, I don’t require a daily fix, so this phenomenon has been a bit mysterious to […]