Evil Art

“The world is a dangerous place to live; not because of the people who are evil, but because of the people who don’t do anything about it.” Albert Einstein   “It” appears so harmless. “It” is an inert life, captured in a moment between helplessness and peace. But, “It” is disturbing. “It” fills you with…

WHAT'S UP MIAMI on ROBIN RILE FINE ART

http://whatsupmiami.blogspot.com/2009/12/robin-rile-fine-art-concierge-stands.html Sunday, December 6, 2009 ROBIN RILE Fine Art Concierge Stands Out @ MIAMI ART SPACE by Jesus Manuel Rojas Torres. Miami Art Space was the place selected for another satellite art exhibit in Wynwood but also served as a launching of a worldwide art initiative to showcase artists and designers through innovative exhibitions and…

POLL: $33.6 Million in this economy?

In May of 2008, when the hammer fell on Lucien Freud’s 1995 oil painting, “Benefits Supervisor Sleeping” at Christie’s in New York, a new benchmark was set for living artists… $33.6Million. What is more, the hammer thrust a long-standing tradition in art into the public consciousness, that of challenging convention. “Benefits Supervisor Sleeping” was not the prototypical model which gracefully dances through the pages of our contemporaneous magazines, across our stages or televisions, or inhabits the little box we call “ideal”. No, the supervisor in question, Sue Tilley, was quite generously “Rubeneque”.

Interview with Reed V. Horth- by Sequoia Versillee

From:http://www.scversillee.com/2009/06/interview-with-an-art-dealer-ii/ Interview with an Art Dealer II From time to time I’ll use this blog to feature interviews with professionals that serve key roles in the fine art community. International art dealer Reed V. Horth of Florida was kind enough to answer questions for a two-part interview. Part one dealt with questions for artists; below…