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Tony Bennett's Nude Sketch of Lady Gaga Up to $6,700 on eBay Auction

Dec 13, 2011  |   Contributor: JustLuxe Team

Just when we thought Lady Gaga couldn't wear one more crazy, ridiculous, over-the-top outfit, she takes it all off. Gaga posed nude for Tony Bennett while she was also working with famed photographer Annie Leibovitz on the January 2012 issue of Vanity Fair, according to CBS News.... Read More

Band-Signed Copy of 1964 'Meet The Beatles' Album to Sell at Auction

Dec 9, 2011  |   Contributor: James Rothaar

An original copy of the 1964 'Meet The Beatles' album cover signed by John, Paul, George, and Ringo will be the headlining lot at the upcoming Music & Entertainment Signature Auction this month in Dallas, Texas. The copy of the Fab Four's first U.S.-release is expected to sell for $75,000.... Read More

Marilyn Monroe 3D Images For Sale in Bonhams Auction

Dec 1, 2011  |   Contributor: Deidre Woollard

Marilyn Monroe photographs have done particularly well at auction. The incredibly photogenic star posed for thousands of shots. An image by Richard Avedon, sold at Christies for $231,491 and images from "The Last Sitting," a group of photographs taken by Bert Stern for Vogue before her death, sold for nearly $150,000 at Christie's in 2008.... Read More

Miami Art Week | Artists Show the Eclectic, Bold, Gaudy and Brilliant

Nov 30, 2011  |   Contributor: Lena Katz

A dozen upright pianos play peek-a-boo in Miami’s public spaces, sprouting wings and sporting the words "Bling-Bling" above googly-eyed cartoon faces. Next-level graffiti goes three-dimensional in the Midtown Rotunda — one single piece towering 30 feet high, crafted from 12,000 fragments of contemporary furniture. The Miami Airport has given one of its main passenger walkways to an interactive audiovisual installation entitled "Harmonic Convergence." It looks like a rainbow tunnel and sounds like the Everglades.... Read More

The Art Prophets | The Artists, Dealers, and Tastemakers Who Shook the Art World

Nov 28, 2011  |   Contributor: Deidre Woollard

Who are the art prophets? They are the ones who see, and help create a shift or a changing moment in the art world. In his latest book, PopArt chronicler Richard Polsky rounds up some of the great visionaries of the art world—the dealers, artists, writers and others who had that rare ability to sense the beginning of a movement and birth it into existence.... Read More

Diva Songstress, Emma Shapplin on Her New Album, Life in Paris & More

Nov 25, 2011  |   Contributor: Slavica Monczka  |  1 Comment

The young and talented phenomenon, Emma Shapplin, has been attracting fans all over the world with her dramatic, operatic pop performances. This French songstress has evolved through many styles and has recently come into her own with the release of Macadam Flower, an album entirely written and composed by Shapplin.... Read More

Christie's Adds Online-Only Exclusives to The Collection of Elizabeth Taylor

Nov 15, 2011  |   Contributor: James Rothaar

The upcoming auctions of The Collection of Elizabeth Taylor by Christie’s will feature an online-only portion that will run prior to and during its live back-to-back auctions in December.... Read More

Bonhams to Auction Rare T. Rex Tooth

Nov 15, 2011  |   Contributor: Deidre Woollard

It's not often that an archaeological find goes from discovery to market within a matter of months, but at Bonham's Natural History Auction in Los Angeles on December 11, a dinosaur tooth which was just found this summer will be up for sale.... Read More

Reproductions From Bravo's 'Work of Art: The Next Great Artist' Up For Sale

Nov 14, 2011  |   Contributor: Deidre Woollard

Reality shows aren't generally a place for art shopping but there's something undeniably appealing about Bravo's competition program: "Work of Art: The Next Great Artist."... Read More

A Day in Paris With Composer Eric Serra

Nov 9, 2011  |   Contributor: Slavica Monczka

Music mogul Eric Serra has a wealth of experience from composing his own music for his band RXRA to being the founder of the EuroVoice competition to, what he is most commonly known for, his long list of music scores for blockbuster films. From his studio in his home in Paris, I spent a day with Eric Serra curious about his beginning that led him down this path of success, and where it will taking him next!... Read More

Pop Culture Auction at Christie's Offers Rock 'N' Roll Memorabilia

Nov 4, 2011  |   Contributor: Jared Paul Stern

Two upcoming sales of pop culture memorabilia at Christie’s this month contain some sensational items of celebrity clothing. On November 15 at the Pop Culture: Rock and Pop Memorabilia auction in London the house will offer a black suit worn by the Sex Pistols’ Sid Vicious from 1978, estimated at $15,990 - $23,985; a wild velvet jacket worn by T. Rex’s Marc Bolan circa 1975-1977, estimated at $7,995 - $11,193; a black leather vest worn by Johnny Cash circa 1964-1969, estimated at $3,198 - $4,797; and one of Michael Jackson’s trademark fedoras from 1984, estimated at $2,399 - $3,198.... Read More

Crazy Horse's Antoine Kruk Illustrates Intimate Experiences Behind the Scenes

Nov 1, 2011  |   Contributor: Slavica Monczka

It has officially been sixty crazy years since the original Crazy Horse opened in Paris, France. With decades of delightful dancing dames, this classic cabaret is sti... Read More

KULT Studio | Fine Art and Pop Culture in One

Oct 31, 2011  |   Contributor: James Rothaar

Here is a slice of arts and culture that is both artistic and fun. The KULT is a club and an online art gallery that provides original and limited edition fine art selections that originate from animation, comics, and pop culture.... Read More

William Robinson Leigh Paintings Expected to Net $700K at Auction

Oct 21, 2011  |   Contributor: James Rothaar

Two Western-motif paintings by W. R. Leigh that will be sold at Heritage Auctions' Art of the American West Signature Auction have combined pre-auction estimates of $700,000. These painting are from the collection of the family of Erik Jonsson, the co-founder of Texas Instruments and the former mayor of Dallas.... Read More

Lauren Bacall's Calder Sculpture Up For Auction

Oct 21, 2011  |   Contributor: Deidre Woollard

One of Alexander Calder's distinctive mobiles, Deux blancs en dessous, is going up for sale at the Bonhams Modern & Contemporary Art auction on November 7 in New York City. The mobile was created in 1974 and measures 30x36x12 1/4 inches.... Read More

Christie's Announces $7.4 Million Sales Week

Oct 17, 2011  |   Contributor: James Rothaar

Auction house Christie’s announced sales for the week of more than $7.4 million. The auctioneer's 19th Century European Art auction brought in $6.61 million, with 47 of 106 lots offered being sold. Painter Giovanni Boldini’s, Marthe Régnier (1905), an oil-on canvas work, was the highest selling lot at $1.88 million.... Read More

John Wayne's Estate Auction Fetches $5.38 Million

Oct 13, 2011  |   Contributor: James Rothaar

Paraphrasing a quote made famous by a tiger that has earned his stripes, things are great in the auction industry this year. Whether it is the math or the aftermath of the current economic situation, the demand for coveted collectibles this year has amped up sales reported by auction houses in 2011. This year continues to be one for auction-adventure stories.... Read More

Dorothy's Ruby Red Slippers from The Wizard of Oz Go to Auction

Oct 4, 2011  |   Contributor: James Rothaar  |  1 Comment

Auctioneers Profiles in History’s upcoming "Icons of Hollywood" auction will feature the same pair of ruby red slippers that actress Judy Garland’s character Dorothy Gale wore in The Wizard of Oz. The pre-sale estimate of the on-screen worn slippers is between $2 and $3 million. The three-day auction will occur in mid-December.... Read More

The Exotic Worlds of Artist Hunt Slonem

Sep 28, 2011  |   Contributor: Jared Paul Stern

A massive new monograph on American neo-expressionist Hunt Slonem is a must for any true art lover. The Worlds of Hunt Slonem by Dominique Nahas from Vendome Press is an in-depth, lavishly illustrated look at the oeuvre of the renowned painter, whose work can be found in the collections of over 100 museums worldwide including the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Guggenheim in New York.... Read More

Scarlett Johansson Naked on Los Angeles Street Corners

Sep 27, 2011  |   Contributor: JustLuxe Team  |  3 Comments

If your mother ever asked you “is this where you want to be when Jesus comes back?”, then this is the situation she was referring to. Nude photos of an alleged Scarlett Johansson were recently leaked on the Internet, and now those same photos are popping up all over Hollywood... Read More

Corinne Day's Iconic Kate Moss Portrait to be Sold at Bonhams London

Sep 27, 2011  |   Contributor: Jared Paul Stern

Just over a year after the untimely death of British fashion photographer Corinne Day, who discovered Kate Moss in 1990, one of her most iconic images of the supermodel will be offered for sale at Bonhams in London as part of its Photographs Sale on November 17. The photo was taken for the February 1991 issue of The Face magazine, where Day’s first pictures of Moss appeared, for a feature called “Heaven is Real.” The photograph on offer is a rare vintage print and has attracted a pre-sale estimate of up to about $2,300... Read More

Assia Ahhatt Making U.S. Debut with Grammy Award Winner Chris Botti

Sep 23, 2011  |   Contributor: Slavica Monczka

Exotic Assia Ahhatt of Ukraine is set to make her music debut here in the U.S. next month with much anticipation from her international fans as well as with Assia herself. "I am absolutely delighted that I'll be performing with the true world star Chris Botti," Assia tells me.... Read More

1836 Colt Revolver Sets World Record for American-Made Gun at $977,500

Sep 23, 2011  |   Contributor: James Rothaar  |  1 Comment

Heritage Auctions announced that a new world record for the sale of an American firearm occurred on Sunday, September 18, in Dallas, Texas, at its Dallas Signature Arms & Armor Auction.... Read More

Phillips de Pury Photo Auction to Include Rare Avedon Portrait & More

Sep 21, 2011  |   Contributor: Jared Paul Stern

A rare Richard Avedon portfolio of Beatles portraits taken in 1967 is expected to fetch up to $450,000 at Phillips de Pury & Company’s Photographs auction on October 4 in New York.... Read More

Dior and Artist Daniel Arsham Collaborate on Special Window Display

Sep 16, 2011  |   Contributor: Tara Imperatore

The argument can be made that the work of a fashion designer should be considered works of art. They are a form of self expression that evokes emotions in those that view them, much like a painting hanging in a gallery would.... Read More

Beatles 1965 Contract Reveals The Band's Activist Side

Sep 16, 2011  |   Contributor: Deidre Woollard

Many websites feature musician contracts. Often contract riders reveal a musician's specific tastes or diva behaviors, but a 1965 Beatles contract being auctioned off by Santa Monica auction house Nate D. Sanders reveals an activist side to a legendary band.... Read More

Street Art Exhibition 'Stars of Istanbul' Launches to Benefit UNICEF Turkey

Sep 9, 2011  |   Contributor: Rana Babac  |  6 Comments

‘Stars of Istanbul’ is the biggest multi-purpose outdoor arts event to be held in Istanbul for the benefit of UNICEF Turkey. The three-dimensional graphic- and artistic- renderings, inspired by the culture and the history of the city dating back thousands of years, will be displayed on top of giant star-shaped sculptures throughout this autumn. Bringing together the international business world and creative industry, the project draws attention to the ‘Brighter Future for Children’ movement.... Read More

Trusting the Dealers at Art Shows | Advice From an Insider

Sep 7, 2011  |   Contributor: Howard L. Rehs  |  4 Comments

I was asked to comment on this topic almost two years ago and have been thinking about it ever since. Bob, the individual who posed the topic, is a very good friend and client of ours.... Read More

CreateMyArt.com Plays Matchmaker for the Art World

Sep 6, 2011  |   Contributor: Carol Driver

When Jo Gourley moved home and struggled to find the perfect piece of art to decorate her new house, she decided to fix the problem by setting up her own business: CreateMyArt.com. It acts as a matchmaker of sorts, connecting talented artists online with those wanting custom-made pieces of art.... Read More

Custom Fender Guitar by Damien Hirst in Christie's Sale

Sep 1, 2011  |   Contributor: Jared Paul Stern  |  2 Comments

An exclusive, one-of-a-kind Fender Stratocaster guitar customized by British superstar artist Damien Hirst, created especially for pop legends Squeeze, will be auctioned off at Christie’s Post-War & Contemporary Art sale in London on September 14.... Read More

Christie's to Auction Richard Gere's Guitar Collection in October

Aug 31, 2011  |   Contributor: James Rothaar

Auction house Christie’s recently announced an upcoming auction of American-made vintage guitars that likely will pluck at the heartstrings of lovers of the six-string instrument worldwide.... Read More

Burberry and Louis Vuitton Auto Interiors Photographed by NY Artist Luis Gispert

Aug 29, 2011  |   Contributor: Eric Meyers  |  1 Comment

For some fashion fanatics out there, simply living in their favorite designers clothing is not enough. America has a longstanding love affair with the automobile, so it’s no shocking surprise that there exists a cultural enclave that takes haute couture beyond the closet and into the car. ... Read More

Book Reviews | Brand Thinking with Debbie Millman and Marketing Experts

Aug 22, 2011  |   Contributor: Deidre Woollard

Is branding, as thoughtleader Wally Olins says, "a profound manifestation of the human condition?" Olins might be overstating the case a bit but he does hit on something fundamental when he says that branding is about belonging and the search for identity. We are what we buy? One only needs to look at a friend's Facebook page to see character defined in terms of favorite television shows, restaurants, sports teams and more. Branding is everywhere. ... Read More

Eurocinema's Sebastien Perioche on the World of Foreign Film

Aug 16, 2011  |   Contributor: Slavica Monczka  |  1 Comment

Hollywood step aside, here comes Sebastien Perioche down the red carpet. As founder, Chairman and CEO of Eurocinema, based in Florida, Perioche brings international award winning fil... Read More

Kirsty Mitchell Photography: Wandering Through Wonderland

Aug 9, 2011  |   Contributor: Slavica Monczka  |  3 Comments

There is one piece of advice I hear every time I ask, "what is your secret to success?" The answer varies from person to person, but the explanation often includes "follow your passion." Apparently, the basis of one's drive to succeed is that passion which pushes you towards it. It is that feeling that you cannot stop until you have achieved it.... Read More

Christie's and Artist Takashi Murakami To Hold Auction Benefitting Japan

Aug 8, 2011  |   Contributor: James Rothaar  |  1 Comment

Auction house Christie's is teaming up with Takashi Murakami and Kaikai Kiki Co., Ltd., to provide support for the victims of the March 11, 2011, Tohoku-Pacific earthquake in Japan. Artist Takashi Murakami will select the artists who will donate their works to the relief effort in an upcoming auction to be held in New York City. An announcement with complete details for the auction will be made in early fall. What is known at this point is that the artists contributing are some of the biggest names in contemporary art. ... Read More

Christie's The Beatles Illuminated: The Discovered Works of Mike Mitchell Sold 100%

Jul 26, 2011  |   Contributor: James Rothaar

Here is another auction/adventure story from Christie's, the largest seller of high-end art at auctions for the first half of 2011. On the heels of reporting sales of $3.2 billion through the first half of the year, Christie's has more good news to report from its New York City location. Each lot of the 46-piece collection of The Beatles Illuminated: The Discovered Works of Mike Mitchell, a collection of specially produced photographs, sold at the July 20th auction.... Read More

Christie's Auctions Report $3.2 Billion in Global Art Sales in First Half 2011

Jul 21, 2011  |   Contributor: James Rothaar  |  1 Comment

While many industries are either slumping or struggling to maintain this year, the demand for high-end artwork is doing phenomenally well in 2011. Auctioneer Christie's announced that its worldwide sales for the first half reached $3.2 billion. This represents an increase of ten percent globally for the same time period in 2010.... Read More

Steve Wynn Purchases Rare Vases for the Wynn Cotai Resort

Jul 12, 2011  |   Contributor: Deidre Woollard

Casino mogul Steve Wynn is famous for his art purchases. From Monet to Warhol, Wynn has bought them all including a certain legendary Picasso, Le Reve, that later suffered an unfortunate accident when Wynn sent an elbow into the canvas.... Read More

Performance Art Piece Raises Money For Japan at Dwell On Design

Jun 28, 2011  |   Contributor: Deidre Woollard

The architecture and design community has been reaching out to help Japan rebuild after the deadly earthquakes and tsunami that hit earlier this year. The Dwell on Design show at the Los Angeles Convention Center featured Japanese artist SASAKI for a live performance of his Heartbeat Drawing Project to benefit the disaster victims.... Read More

Wealth TV to Air ADG Roadshow @ Hard Rock Café Concerts in September

Jun 21, 2011  |   Contributor: James Rothaar

Wealth TV announced that is going to broadcast a series of concerts from various Hard Rock Café locations across the country. The ACME Dry Goods Roadshow @ Hard Rock Cafe will feature various multi-platinum recording artists performing sets of their material in 60-minute programs. The series will consist of 15 to 20 shows and debuts this September.... Read More

Rock & Roll Memorabilia in Christie's Pop Culture Sale

Jun 8, 2011  |   Contributor: Jared Paul Stern

A $50,000 Gibson Les Paul guitar (above) played by The Who's Pete Townshend on the American leg of the band's Quadrophenia tour stars in Christie's "London's Popular Culture: Rock & Pop Memorabilia" auction on June 14.... Read More

The Veuve Clicquot Polo Classic: A Star-Studded Affair Benefiting Haiti

Jun 7, 2011  |   Contributor: Carrie Coolidge

The fourth annual Veuve Clicquot Polo Classic took place on Sunday at beautiful Governors Island in New York City before a crowd of thousands. Co-hosts of the event included Stephane Baschiera, president and CEO of Veuve Clicquot, Vanessa Kay, president of Veuve Clicquot USA, along with Polo superstar (and Ralph Lauren model), Nacho Figueras, his wife Delfina Blaquier, and fashion designers Marc Jacobs and Donna Karan.... Read More

Fine Art Photography by Rock Paper Photo Online Gallery

Jun 6, 2011  |   Contributor: James Rothaar

Great moments in music, sports, fashion, Hollywood, and the performing arts are on display at the online, fine art photography gallery of Rock Paper Photo. "David Bowie" by Andrew Kent is currently the featured collection of the online gallery.... Read More

Art Exhibit Design A-La-Turca Inspired by Turkish Culture

Jun 3, 2011  |   Contributor: Rana Babac

If you are familiar with Turkish culture, you may already know that strong mint liquor is the best friend of Turkish coffee; that it is important to knock on wood three times to avoid trouble if/when you speak of it; and that there was a time when Turkish women were obsessed with showing off their lace-work in order to signal their talent and exquisite taste to their potential suitors.... Read More

Art Market Support: Determining an Artist's Value

Jun 1, 2011  |   Contributor: Howard L. Rehs

Have no fear; I am not going to talk about stocks. What I am referring to is overall market support for specific artists. People often ask us for an opinion on an artist's work and if they are a good investment. The conversation usually turns to the number of works available.... Read More

Props From The Nightmare Before Christmas Up For Auction

May 31, 2011  |   Contributor: Deidre Woollard

This week marked the beginning of the Tim Burton exhibit at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. The much-anticipated exhibition of Burton's artwork and objects connected to his many film projects and creative efforts is a celebration of his uniquely quirky mind. Burton has combined Gothic overtones with unabashed sentimentality in a variety of films along with his longtime collaborator musician Danny Elfman.... Read More

Grand Wailea Home to Largest Art Collection in Hawaii

May 27, 2011  |   Contributor: Chad Chisholm

Grand Wailea has a reputation for being one of the premier luxury resorts in Hawaii. With powder-fine sand beaches, 780 rooms, and nine pools, guests feel they are in a vacation fairy tale. What visitors may not know is the Grand Wailea Resort is home to the largest art collection in the state of Hawaii.... Read More

James Packard's Watch Collection on Auction at Christie's

May 25, 2011  |   Contributor: Jared Paul Stern

Christie's sale of Important Watches on June 15 in New York will include several exceptional timepieces from the legendary collection of James Ward Packard. The extraordinary watches remain in pristine condition, having been stored away in a bank vault for the last 60 years and will be unveiled for the first time to the public in the sale.... Read More

SeaFair 2011: Fine Art Exhibition and Luxury Yacht in One

May 25, 2011  |   Contributor: Lena Katz

The East Coast fine art fair circuit in the past few years has been greatly enhanced by SeaFair, a waterborne exhibition yacht designed by Luiz de Basto and custom-constructed for a $40 million price tag.... Read More

Rock and Roll Memorabilia Available at the Rock Star Gallery

May 24, 2011  |   Contributor: James Rothaar

I recently read an article about collectibles for The Beatles that touted a set of fine writing instruments, and it struck a chord that resonated though me.... Read More

Allosaurus and Stegosaurus Skeletons to be Auctioned Off for Millions

May 19, 2011  |   Contributor: Deidre Woollard

A rare pair of well-preserved dinosaur bones are being sold at Heritage Auctions in Dallas on June 12 as part of a Signature Natural History auction event. In the spring of 2007, the team from Dinosauria International LLC discovered virtually complete skeletons of an Allosaurus and a Stegosaurus on a ranch located near the foothills of the Big Horn Mountains in Wyoming.... Read More

The Cannes Film Festival: 24 Hours of Glamour with Chivas Regal

May 13, 2011  |   Contributor: Carrie Coolidge  |  1 Comment

The Cannes Film Festival, currently underway in the south of France, is one of the most glamorous, star-studded events of the year. Considered to be Europe's equivalent to the Academy Awards, the Festival de Cannes, now in its 64th year, kicked off at the Palais des Festivals on May 11.... Read More

Ritz-Carlton, Kapalua Hosts 19th Annual Celebration of the Arts

May 9, 2011  |   Contributor: Chad Chisholm

Ritz-Carlton Kapalua, Maui, is host to the annual Celebration of the Arts. This year's April 22-24 event marked the 19th consecutive year and was themed "E na aumakua" a call to all things natural.... Read More

Cinco de Mayo Celebrations: The Best Fiestas Across the U.S.

May 2, 2011  |   Contributor: Carly Zinderman

Cinco de Mayo marks the achievement of Puebla, Mexico, when 4,000 brave Mexican soldiers triumphed over twice as many French fighters on May 5, 1862. Since then, Cinco de Mayo has been celebrated around the U.S. and Mexico accompanied by plenty of cerveza, tequila, dancing, parades and food.... Read More

Hollywood Memorabilia Auction to Include Lots by John Lennon and Walt Disney

Apr 20, 2011  |   Contributor: James Rothaar

Handwritten items by The Beatles' John Lennon and studio mogul Walt Disney will be among the featured lots available in the upcoming auction of entertainment-industry collectibles by Los Angeles-based auction house Profiles in History.... Read More

Exhibition A: Members-Only Online Fine Art Gallery

Mar 22, 2011  |   Contributor: James Rothaar

This is an online art gallery that offers a creative inlet to acquiring limited-edition prints affordably. Welcome to Exhibition A, a members-only online art gallery that features the works of various artists whose pieces are in demand by galleries and museums, as well as collectors and art lovers worldwide.... Read More

Auction Results: When a Loss is Really a Profit

Feb 28, 2011  |   Contributor: Howard L. Rehs

I have covered this topic before, but people are always bringing it up so I thought I would go through it once again; especially since it is a very important factor when trying to understand the market for a specific artist-or even the art market in general.... Read More

DNA Art US Introduces New Production Process

Feb 11, 2011  |   Contributor: Carly Zinderman

DNA Art US is a 21st century concept that has just gotten even more advanced. New developments in production process have allowed the company to expand their new age art offerings.... Read More

Etiquette in the Art World: Even More Comments Better Left Unsaid

Feb 2, 2011  |   Contributor: Howard L. Rehs  |  1 Comment

This past month we were at the Los Angeles Art Show and after five days and tens of thousands of people, I did hear a few new, or variations on, "Comments I Would Rather Not Hear and Things You Should Not Do." This list is getting long!... Read More

Cirque du Soleil Debuts in Boston January 5

Jan 4, 2011  |   Contributor: Kellie K. Speed

Arts & Culture: Cirque du Soleil kicks off the New Year right with eight performances beginning with opening night held on Wednesday, January 5 at the Agganis Arena. Running through January 9, the show promises to be fun for the entire family.... Read More

Abu Dhabi Festival: World Orchestra For Peace to Perform for First Time in Arab World

Jan 3, 2011  |   Contributor: Carly Zinderman

Arts & Culture: The Abu Dhabi Festival has announced the first performance of the World Orchestra for Peace in the Arab World.... Read More

 
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