Funny Money Shakes The Art World
Mar07

Funny Money Shakes The Art World

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 technique. Resourceful, creative and succeeding, Tunney has been diligently creating his body of works...

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Buildings as playthings – Lightline

America is home to monumental buildings that resonate globally – and for good reason.  The starchitect of modernity are chased by developers, cities and individuals to leave a public dazzled.  New York City’s IAC headquarters found Frank Gehry to spruce up the West Side Highway earlier in the last decade.  Today as a digital heavyweight, the company’s self promotion style is an amazing sequence viewed here: The...

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Empire Elegance on New York’s Upper East Side
Jul29

Empire Elegance on New York’s Upper East Side

EMPIRE ELEGANCE! The ultimate in light, views, space & luxurious amenities of The Empire Condominium, impeccable white glv FSB in the heart of the UES. Generously proportioned 3 BRs plus maids, library, amazing panoramic vus, 3 Juliet balcs, FDR & generous closet space. 24 hr DM & concierge, hi-speed Internet & individually controlled heat/CAC. Fully-equipped fitness, delightful play room & lovely planted terrace...

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Sothebys gains Lehman Bankruptcy Role

On Friday, Reuters reported that Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc has gained approval to hire Sothebys. The defunct firm was an active buyer in the contemporary fine art world. The stated book value for the highest art asset in the holding company was reported in public statements as $300,000. At auction, one lot alone, Damien Hirst’s 1993 “We’ve Got Style (The Vessel Collection – Blue) is estimated to be between...

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