TEFAF New York Fall Gears Up For Its Second Showing

[caption id="attachment_11133" align="alignnone" width="568"] Elie Nadelman, Walnut. Source: TEFAF[/caption] On October 28, TEFAF (The European Fine Art Fair) New York will debut its second fall fair in NYC. Featuring luxury, decorative arts, jewellery and more this fair will showcase items from antiquity through the 1920s. TEFAF New York Fall will return to the same location... Read More

Latin American Art Market Expands its Reach

[caption id="attachment_11048" align="alignnone" width="511"] Diego Rivera, The Café Terrace (1915) Source: The Met[/caption] Hispanic Heritage Month celebrates the culture and contributions and those who identify as Latino/a. One of the largest aspects of Latin American culture that has added to its vibrancy is art. Many prominent artists have emerged from Central and South America over... Read More

Louise Fishman Debuts 8th Solo Exhibition at Cheim and Read

[caption id="attachment_11008" align="alignnone" width="4107"] Louise Fishman, LITTLE RAMBLE (2017) Source: Cheim & Read[/caption] Louise Fishman’s art has always been somewhat of an enigma. Fishman recently debuted her eighth solo show Cheim & Read gallery in Chelsea earlier this month. On first pass the show seems to be in line with the artist’s previous work, but... Read More

A Guide to Fall 2017 NYC Gallery Shows

[caption id="attachment_10254" align="alignnone" width="623"] Louise Fishman, Grand Slam (1985). Courtesy of The Met[/caption] As summer comes to an end, many art-goers in New York City and beyond are excited to see what fall will bring. Galleries are gearing up for a busy Autumn season with many shows slated open during the first week of September.... Read More

MoMA’s Making Space Gave Postwar Female Artists the Recognition They Deserve

[caption id="attachment_10186" align="alignnone" width="614"] Installation view of Making Space: Women Artists and Postwar Abstraction. The Museum of Modern Art, New York, April 15-August 13, 2017. © 2017 The Museum of Modern Art. Photo: Jonathan Muzikar[/caption] In April, Making Space: Women Artists and Postwar Abstraction, debuted at the Museum of Modern Art. The exhibition offered a... Read More

How to Find Antiques to Collect

  Searching for the perfect vintage martini set or an antique vase, can sometimes be like looking for the holy grail as it can be a lucrative, if not lengthy endeavor. But the quest for antiques to collect can also be part of the appeal. When looking for these vintage treasures though, it may sometimes require... Read More

How Abolishing Estate Taxes Impacts Art Collectors

With President Trump's new proposed tax plan that was revealed on April 26, there are many changes that have the potential to affect people across a broad spectrum. One of the key proposals is the elimination of estate taxes. Abolishing estate taxes impacts art collectors and their heirs. While the potential long term of effects... Read More