Paul Fortune has a roster of A-list clients, acerbic wit and decades of experience creating singular interiors.
A Chelsea, New York, gallerist has carved out a niche in process-based photography, which bridges the gap between representation and abstraction while creating high visual impact.
Manfredi Gioacchini’s black-and-white photos provide compelling proof that some environments are more than mere backdrops to creativity.
Having helped transform the world of printmaking, the cofounder of Pace Prints continues to attract blue-chip artists to the medium and champion its appeal to collectors.
However outside the mainstream his work may appear, the self-taught painter was an art-world scenester and patron. A new retrospective spotlights his female nudes.
The veteran art dealer, along with his wife and business partner, Gretchen, has launched a multistory gallery in San Francisco.
Curators, collectors and connoisseurs of all stripes are once again looking at the early Brutalist works of this master of clay, who influenced a generation of famous American artists.
The Los Angeles designer, who is well-versed in a variety of styles, has a knack for creating interiors that speak to her clients’ interests and lives.
The artist got his start in theater, which explains the dramatic impact of his rarely seen “Disaster Paintings,” now on tour.
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