The Spring Show NYC Makes A Dramatic Debut

The Art and Antiques Dealers League of America debuted “The Spring Show NYC” at the 67th Street Armory on April 27 with a preview benefit for the ASPCA.  Among those at present were co-chairs Ivanka Trump and husband Jared Kushner,  publisher of the The New York Observer. Aided by a boost from Mayor Bloomberg, who […]

The Mummy Returns

The traveling exhibition, To Live Forever, organized by Brooklyn Museum from its own extensive Egyptian collection, is coming back home. The opening day is scheduled on Feb 12, 2009. At all all four previous venues which include Indianapolis, Sarasota, Columbus and Forfolk, the exhibition has been a great success. In Columbus alone, 18,586 visitors went […]

Visiting the Walters Art Museum

Knowing the history of each object, in particular how it can be restored, provides viewers a much deeper understanding and a more interactive way. We have always regarded museum collections as high art and in a way divine; but they may have reparations or flaws beyond conservator’s scope. Only when one treats each object as if their own belonging does one opens up and feels the beauty. True, you may never be able to afford a Troyon, but thankfully the Walters Art Museum is free. In that way, we all own them.