Last week we got 15 impressive artworks into our client's East Village apartment on approval. This means that we sent pieces the client was seriously interested in buying into her space to see them on the walls. NO ONE dislikes this service; seeing options that make your space better and picking favorites is objectively fun. BUT the results are always surprising. Here are the winners and rejects from last week's session:
The New York gallery scene is one of the best in the world, but it's also SUPER intimidating; there are so many options that aren't always apparent or welcoming, and figuring out a route that's family friendly (i.e. near some snacks) is so tricky. I'm into art and efficiency, and as a mama I'm always all about family-friendly anything. SO, I wanted to share some ways to approach the New York gallery scene and have your kids enjoy the ride with you.
Today, we're meeting Jill Nathanson, a contemporary painter whose work feels summery and uplifting, and stands out from your typical pretty abstracts. Her solo show at a New York gallery just opened, so find out what you need to know about the hows and whys of her work.
We are sailing right into June! Here's all the greatness that happened in May:
I like to end the month on a positive note so here are 5 of the BEST reasons why March has been awesome.
1. Art fairs took over our lives: So many fairs, so little time. Click to read more!
Last week we took a budding art collector to a favorite Chelsea gallery, Berry Campbell, to answer some of the collector's questions about quality and pricing in the art world.
I, for one, love visiting this gallery. Christine Berry (co-owner with Martha Campbell) shares her knowledge in a way that makes you truly love and want to buy whatever she has on her walls. Here are three of my favorite tidbits from last Thursday's visit:
Let’s be honest, art galleries are intimidating, and visiting one can occasionally leave you feeling confused/stupid. Here are a few things I do to ensure a new gallery visit is productive and enjoyable.