21 posts tagged washington post
Who gets a shout out from the Post’s Arts Editors? Heiner Contemporary, Artisphere, Marsha Mateyka, Hemphill Fine Art, Neptune Fine Art, Charles Krause/Reporting Fine Art and the (e)merge Art Fair amongst others.
Big ups to Art F City for alerting me to the fact that Amazon is now selling original fine art. Let me repeat that. Amazon is now selling fine art. Yet more kudos to Art F City for capturing some of the entertaining customer reviews already being left on the Beta site (even as they are being deleted by the webmaster).
Given Jeff Bezos’ recent purchase of the Washington Post, I paid more attention than usual to the fact that the Amazon brand is venturing into fine art (if only as a middleman for right now). I don’t really know what to do with this information, but it’s good to know that if I wanted to “One-Click” purchase any of the the more than 1700 artworks priced at over $10,000, that it is an option.
Mark Jenkins at The Washington Post talks: Artist-Citizen at Hemphill Fine Arts, Summer Splash II per Robert Brown Gallery and Neptune Fine Art, Then and Now at Marsha Mateyka, and Heat Wave at Cross Mackenzie.
Eye-Candy Monday: Anton Lieberman, The Fog, 2012.
Gold Leaf artist studios, home to both musicians and artists for the last decade or more, will be no more soon. Say goodbye in style this Saturday night at one of their last blow outs. Sad to think that 52 O Street artist studios could also be next…
A DC gallery owner, a DC artist, under-appraised art, international customs shenanigans, multiple border crossings, the French Riviera, Serbia, foreign court rulings, high-priced fines, wire transfers and more. Everything about this incident sounds fishy.
"The Levines have more conceptual art than any museum in town…" When can I come over?