Opinion: Art as an investment hedge returns amidst inflation and choppy markets – 71Bait

Pablo Picasso’s “Guitare sur une table” from 1919 was re-released for the first time in 75 years.Michael Bowles/Getty Images Gus Carlson is a New York-based columnist for The Globe and Mail The numbers were staggering even for makers in the thin air of the world’s art markets. Christie’s New York’s fall auction of Microsoft co-founder … Read more

EMMA opens new space for visionary collector Kyösti Kakkonen’s world-class collection, which focuses on Finnish glass and ceramic design – 71Bait

Opening on November 10, 2022, EMMA – Espoo Museum of Modern Art unveils its largest project to date: a new 1000m² exhibition space dedicated to the Kakkonen Collection. Bridging the gap between art and design, the Kakkonen Collection was assembled over the course of 35 years by prominent businessman and collector Kyösti Kakkonen and subsequently … Read more

Crave Covet Collect book featuring Wichitans collections – 71Bait

Photographer Larry Schwarm and author Sondra Langel are collaborating on their third book, Crave Covet Collect, which features Wichitans and their collections. courtesy photo Can you imagine someone collecting cat whiskers, not to throw them away when cleaning, but to keep them in an official collection? Or how about beetles, care bears, thimbles or sneakers? … Read more

Museum shows focus on food… – 71Bait

A subject of universal appeal, food is a big issue in many cities, and New York in particular. There are delicatessens, many of them, and the town has a long history with the oyster.اضافة اعلان Food in New York: Bigger Than the Plate is among the many food-themed exhibitions being shown across the country, while … Read more

The JSG Boggs Estate minted the late artist’s banknote drawings, which questioned the value of money, as NFTs – 71Bait

During his lifetime, artist JSG Boggs printed money, literally with crayon in hand. In death, his estate continues its legacy of questioning the value of money by issuing five NFTs based on his original banknote artwork. The drop comes five years after Boggs’ death and in collaboration with laCollection, a platform encouraging prominent museums and … Read more

The JSG Boggs Estate minted the late artist’s banknote drawings, which questioned the value of money, as NFTs – 71Bait

During his lifetime, artist JSG Boggs printed money, literally with crayon in hand. In death, his estate continues its legacy of questioning the value of money by issuing five NFTs based on his original banknote artwork. The drop comes five years after Boggs’ death and in collaboration with laCollection, a platform encouraging prominent museums and … Read more

In the secret, very expensive world of Hollywood’s star art collectors – 71Bait

In the 30 or so years that Barbara Guggenheim has been Tom Cruise’s art advisor, one theme has emerged: “He collects works that are very intense, have a lot of movement and are very positive, and I think that’s him is,” Guggenheim told The Daily Beast. No kidding – over the course of his decades-long … Read more

In the incredible collection of Ann and Gordon Getty – 71Bait

Throughout their lives, Gordon and Ann Getty curated one of the most prestigious and diverse private art collections in the world, all housed under the roof of their San Francisco mansion. While most private collections typically have a single focus, theirs has been diverse and significant across all categories. The Getty House in particular was … Read more

Monaco native Emilie Pastor curated her art collection to travel with her – 71Bait

How did you start building your own collection? Emily Pastor: When I first started buying art in my 20s, I wasn’t collecting. I was like a magpie, picking up small, cheap, and playful things that caught my eye. I still have some crazy pieces from that time. Around the time my father died, I made … Read more

Ahead of the New Orange County Museum of Art’s opening, director Heidi Zuckerman is showing what she collects at home is cultivating – 71Bait

Sarah Harrelson: When did you first become interested in art? Heidi Zuckermann: I grew up around art and to be honest I can’t remember a time in my life before I was at least interested in art. My grandmother collected fine and decorative arts – Hudson River School paintings, 17th-century Dutch paintings, early American paintings, … Read more