Stunning photography on display at West Palm Beach Photography Center
Jan26

Stunning photography on display at West Palm Beach Photography Center

Florida has a way to bring out the best in the fine arts.   This winter season is no exception.    Point your critical eye to the Palm Beach Photography Centre in West Palm which opened on January 23, 2018 a curated collection by Master photographer Howard Schatz.   For over 25 years, Schatz has consistently contributed to the advancement of photography documenting Underwater, Dance, Athletes/Human Body, Fashion/Beauty, and...

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Does Monet Beat the Dow? How Artworks Perform as an Investment
Nov08

Does Monet Beat the Dow? How Artworks Perform as an Investment

In an October article, James Tarmy comes to the conclusion on investing in fine art that many have before his analysis:  Whatever the ultimate price, the work of fine art adds value simply because one can enjoy it.  Beyond that, the Bloomberg journalist has correctly shown how purchasing a work in a specific point of time can beat or lag traditional investor indexes.   Source: Does Monet Beat the Dow? How Artworks Perform as an...

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NETFLIX ICARUS – A Doping Documentary Gone Right
Aug22

NETFLIX ICARUS – A Doping Documentary Gone Right

A review of Netflix Icarus – how Russian athletes beat anti-doping rules

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Japan’s New Billionaire Doesn’t Suck at all.
May28

Japan’s New Billionaire Doesn’t Suck at all.

The significance of fine art and the value society places on iconic artists came to a head this week.  Basquiat’s Untitled, 1982 set the artist record at auction to date, $110.5 million.   The new owner Yusaku Maezawa (@yousuck2020) is being courted in the media as the go-to trendsetter.  The auction purchase is just one of many to date that detail how he understands the significance of the work and the artist.  Here is the...

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