Tate Modern Opens: The Radical Eye
Nov16

Tate Modern Opens: The Radical Eye

What does it take to be an exceptional photography collector?  The Radical Eye at the Tate Modern, London opened last week with the exploration of Sir Elton John’s personal photography collection. His first photograph acquired at auction made him take note.   The 1993 acquisition of Man Ray’s 1932 “Glass Tears” set a historic price at the time – he acquired the vintage photograph at Sothebys for almost...

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Why Fine Art Can Beautify Your Portfolio
Aug17

Why Fine Art Can Beautify Your Portfolio

As contributor Simon Constable indicates adding fine art to your portfolio can be advantageous.  That is when you know what you are doing. The key comes down to quality, significance / trend and the investor’s desire for liquidity. Art can help protect your portfolio from volatility – unless you buy a fake. Source: Why Fine Art Can Beautify Your...

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Who Shot Sports – Brooklyn Museum
Jul08

Who Shot Sports – Brooklyn Museum

Howard Schatz is selected as one of 170 photographers with images on display for Who Shot Sports – Brooklyn Museum.

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Lasting Impressions: Group Photography Exhibition
Jan08

Lasting Impressions: Group Photography Exhibition

GALLERY M in Cherry Creek North, Denver is proud to announce the group show LASTING IMPRESSIONS.  The exhibition features the works by Ansel Adams, Alfred Eisenstaedt, Margaret Bourke-White, Andre Kertesz, Andreas Feininger and Yousuf Karsh.  To preview or own vintage, later or modern works by these international luminaries of photography, contact a specialist online or at 303-331-8400.  The exhibition begins January 8, 2016 and runs...

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