“In the Louvre, Beyoncé is an icon of victory: How the Carters elevate art in ‘APES--T’”
It’s evident that this sculpture was also selected for its larger historical meaning, as it’s believed to be in commemoration of a Rhodian naval victory. Beyoncé is an icon of victory herself. She is a master of her career, her artistry, and, after overcoming intense speculation and strife, her personal life.
“Houston Offers a Wonderful Reprieve For Artists”: Gallery Chat with Robert McClain, Leading Art Dealer in Houston
“I’m really curious what it will mean to be an art dealer 25 years from now,” Robert McClain admitted. “It’s a double edged sword: it’s going to be disruptive but also exciting…it makes waking up everyday as a dealer a constant challenge.”
Morgan Library & Museum Displays Largest Exhibition of Drawings Ever: Highlights from The Collection of Major Art Dealer and Philanthropist Eugene V. Thaw
Amassed over five decades, [E.V. Thaw] has recently donated his entire collection of drawings to the Morgan Museum and Library. Over 150 of the works are currently on view in the exhibition “Drawn to Greatness”—the Morgan Library’s largest exhibition of drawings to date.
Gallery Chat: Wendy Olsoff and Penny Pilkington, the Undaunted Duo Behind the Provocative Gallery P.P.O.W
“You know that cliché, ‘Be a life-long learner?’ Being an art dealer is literally that life,” Wendy Olsoff mused. For the last thirty-five years she and P.P.O.W co-founder Penny Pilkington have lived the life of true philomaths at their venerated, boundary-pushing Chelsea gallery. [...]"
Gallery Chat: Dennis Yares, the Color Field Crusader from the Southwest Explores the Frontier of the New York Art Market
“We came to New York because we want to champion the most under-recognized and under-valued segment of the art market—Color Field Painting,” said Dennis Yares, founder of Yares Art, a pioneering gallery that has advanced modern abstract art on the West Coast and beyond since the 1960s. [...]"