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Look Away From
Never Look Away
It’s objectively unfair to be harder on a clunky film that has been nominated for an Oscar than one that few will see, but objectivity is overvalued.
art and design 2016
5 Lessons in Today’s Art Market From a Sotheby’s Advisor
Sotheby’s Amy Cappellazzo has made a very nice career out of pricing pigment.
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MoMA’s Monet Fire Sale
The institution’s latest off-putting move is auctioning a Claude Monet from its collection.
Saltz: Make Me a
Gerhard Richter Painting
One guy in Jersey knew how.
Andy Warhol Canvas Of Coke Bottle Sells For Over $35.36 Million
The piece was sold at a Sotheby’s auction, ten million dollars higher than the expected price
See Anton Corbijn’s Photographs of Springsteen, Iggy Pop, Tom Waits, Alexander McQueen, and Others
“As a person to photograph, [Bruce Springsteen] is up there in a way with Tom Waits, I think. They’ve so become the people they want to be.”
the Movie Is Better Than
No matter how passionately you love a florid, overwritten, hilarious book, the movie can be EVEN BETTER.
: We Love It When a Plan Comes Together
We celebrate the bracing, burning clarity of matters finally locking into place — not that we saw it coming.