Stories written by Mason Hayutin Founder, Editor and contributing writer, Mr. Mason Hayutin is recognized for his depth of experience and knowledge in technology, energy economics, and the arts (fine and visual). Having worked with recognized world class artists and their estates since 1997, Mason brings a wealth of practical experiences from installations, marketing and private sales.
An active business advocate, he successfully released the fine art documentary film LUBIE LOVE in 2009 ahead of the global auto crisis - in addition to maintaining his tenure as Vice President of GALLERY M INC. Hayutin holds a degree in Economics from Washington University in St. Louis. You can read his insight here at The Art Quarterly as well as in regional and national publications.
Tweet Many years back, I had the pleasure of viewing a collection of Margaret Bourke-White photographs. These were images from her own home, those that she snapped for her own amusement vs. the public pages of Fortune, LIFE and the like. While in NYC, she spent time in and around the Chrysler Building. One of […]
Tweet Denver Film Festival attendees received Vince Vaughn, his sister Valeri and her film, Art of Conflict: The Murals of Northern Ireland to a packed house Saturday. This documentary took a unique perspective on how the Protestant vs. Catholic battle for Northern Ireland bleed to the walls of Belfast and beyond. For those not aware […]
Tweet The Fourth of July launches more than starbursts. The country bristles with grand displays of fine art – at all levels. The shows out in Suffolk county are likely to be a clamor for glamor wannabes and the astute collectors alike. At the opposite spectrum are the far ends of emerging artists whose start […]
Tweet Two American cities with two distinct styles have an appreciation for fine art. One opts for international flavor; the other reminds those with sense what kind of non-sense has been advocated. One has hosted Worlds Fairs and is the gateway to the West; while another seems hell bent on being the arm pit of […]
Tweet The role of the ever present computer has now become a historic relic. Sotheby’s sold one of the the original hand built computers created by Steve Jobs and Stephan Wozniak. For the fine art world, the auction is interesting with estimates beginning at $180,000 to 300,000 and ending at $374,500. While a Warhol painting […]
Tweet The summer documentary film season is upon us. What is striking is the focus once again on the interplay between Fine Art and Film Making. Over at HBO, society keeps taking it’s “lead” from Sheila Neivens and crew. They have launched “The Artist is Present,” featuring the “grandmother” of performance fine art, Marina Abramovic. […]
Tweet Peter Tunney is truly an artist to experience. When you engage in one of his works, you engage a passionate history that speaks volumes. He is recognized as a prominent artist, social and creative. His mediums are mixed: cutouts, silkscreens, new media, visual nuances and sayings that construct his own framework and a distinguished […]
Tweet As Valentines hits us in full swing, Hollywood and Lincoln Center are revving up their own Superbowls. This weekend’s Superbowl demonstrated how one extremely dedicated, provocative and sensational person, Madonna, can almost steal the show. From the urban beats of Tebows’ Cherry Creek North to the 50 yard line at Lucas Oil Stadium in […]
Tweet The last time you rode the subway, bus or light rail, did it strike you that your route was “occupied” by snobbery? In last weeks spiral by former House Speaker Newt Gingrich, he jousted with a weed in one arm and a hole in his left sock. You see, Gingrich became entangled in survival. […]