category archives: art

ai weiwei: good fences make good neighbors 12 october 2017-11 february 2018 new york, NY   ai weiwei, the chinese artist, dissident, and activist, is building fences. all over new york. the city wide public art installation is so large that the sponsor, the non-profit public art fund, initiated a kickstarter campaign to help finance […]

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howard street entrance | san francisco museum of modern art (sfmoma) photo credit lisa walsh | innerspace matisse/diebenkorn, an art exhibition at the san francisco museum of modern art (sfmoma) from 11 march-29 may 2017, juxtaposes 40 works by french artist henri matisse (1869-1954) with 60 works by american artist richard diebenkorn (1922-1993) to suggest […]

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‘arguably the greatest example of early ming blue and white porcelain in private hands.’ sold for US$29.5 million. the second-highest price paid at auction for ming dynasty (1368-1644) porcelain. an exceptionally large, fine, and important blue and white lobed ‘fish pond’ bowl | mark and period of xuande (r. 1425-1435) sold to an asian private […]

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i recently returned from the most extraordinary trip to new york.  the primary purpose was to help a client select some artwork for their residential interior design project. exceedingly successful.  and, exceptionally inspiring. i spent most of the time that i wasn’t working gallery and museum hopping.  joan mitchell, john chamberlain, and sol lewitt in […]

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no limits:  zao wou-ki asia society | new york, ny 9 september 2016-8 january 2017 zao wou-ki (1921-2013) | homage to chu yun—05.05.55 | oil on canvas | 1955 | private collection, switzerland © zao wou-ki prolitteris, zurich | photo credit dennis bouchard via art summary zao wou-ki (1921-2013) | 09.07.67 | oil on canvas […]

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