The Metropolitan Opera LIVE in HD in Mexico
People living in Mexico can now enjoy the New York Metropolitan Opera’s presentations without having to hop on a plane. The Met is now offering LIVE streams of shows from their 2016-2017 season starting on December 10. The shows are a
Art Money is Changing the Way We Buy Art
Art investment – two words normally associated with the wealthy. For many of us, a trip to the gallery or an art fair can be a dizzying experience; one that makes our wallets shriek and sob. When pieces can cost
Trump and the “Absolutely Gross, Degenerate” Art Scene
Not a Fan Donald Trump doesn’t exactly have a reputation for being a fan of art. In fact, one of his first media spectacles involving art was when he destroyed Art Deco reliefs that were part of the Bonwit Teller Building
Art Basel Teams Up with Buenos Aires for Cultural Events
Art Basel is teaming up with the city of Buenos Aires to bring a series of cultural events to the city. The organization announced the collaboration on its art blog, and the first event will take place in late 2017
Heading to a Gallery Exhibition? Maybe You Should Leave the Kids at Home
“Children love art” they said. “Bring your kids to the gallery exhibition,” they said. “It will be fun,” they said. Sure, it’s fun – until little Johnny knocks over that priceless work of art, shattering it into a million pieces.
Can Online Art Markets Breathe New Life into Modern Art?
Good Art, Bad Art Art is open to interpretation. A piece can be critiqued until the artist is blue in the face, but ultimately, it cannot be considered “right” or “wrong.” The true beauty of art is that it can move