Inspired by the gems her family presented her as gifts, the Venezuelan-born jewelry designer started creating pieces with a social message.
The London-based dealer specializes in limited-edition jewelry created by renowned artists.
Leslie Gill and Frances McLaughlin-Gill shot for the biggest fashion magazines of the interwar and postwar eras. Now, Howard Greenberg Gallery in Manhattan is displaying their style-setting images side by side, for the first time.
A longtime collaborator of blue-chip architects and decorators, the Brooklyn craftsperson and artist is increasingly striking out on her own, undertaking projects both monumental and minute for a variety of aesthetic arbiters.
An exhibition highlights works the artist made before, during and after his time in a World War II Japanese-American detention camp.
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 real-estate developer has upped his support of the Pérez Art Museum Miami, building its serious contemporary collection through donations of cash and artworks.
Sam Wagstaff began collecting photographs when few were. Now, an exhibition at Los Angeles's Getty Museum proves how influential his trove was — and not just for his lover Robert Mapplethorpe.
You'll find only the rare and the beautiful at FD, Druckenmiller's year-old shop that sells jewelry and objets, on Manhattan's Upper East Side.
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