Posts Tagged ‘San Francisco’

At Louvre Many Stop to Snap but Few Stay to Focus (NY Times) For Annie Leibovitz, a Funny Financial Picture (NY Times) Auction Houses and Their Taboos (NY Times) Summer Reading:  Secrets of the Art Experts (WSJ) Whose Art Is It Anyway? (WSJ) D’Orsay Comes to De Young (ARTINFO) Robert Fontenot on Recycling LACMA (ARTINFO) […]


Use Their Work Free?  Some Artists Say No To Google (NY Times) A Thriftier Lot Comes To Basel This Year (NY Times) A New Concept in Handling Art (NY Times Global Edition) Transforming the Louvre in Uncertain Times (NY Times Global Edition) OCMA Sells paintings to private collector, prompting criticism (LA Times) Window Shoppers:   Seasoned […]


Stanley Boxer’s No. 30 from Flitofloat series, lot 7126 in Bonhams upcoming Sunset Estate Auction in Los Angeles on February 8th.  Estimate:  $800-$1,200. By Emily Waldorf Have you ever wondered if that dusty oil painting or antique clock you inherited from your great aunt is worth something but thought it was too complicated to get […]


By Lauren Dickinson My predictions for the coming year… #1 Eating in: being short on cash will probably encourage a lot of people to start cooking again, which is not a bad thing- it’s a great feeling to make a nice dinner for your friends and family, and no one is going to rush you […]