Amulet Jewels: What's Past is Present
Senior Specialist Eva Violante takes a closer look at two ancient motifs that have inspired jewelers for millennia.Read More
How We're Adapting: Spotlight on Chicago
We caught up with two Chicago-based institutions to find out more about how they see themselves evolving during an unprecedented situation.
House Calls: Jay Sae Jung Oh
We caught up with the Seattle-based artist and industrial designer, whose work spans both one-of-a-kind pieces as well as a lifestyle brand.
Lygia Clark: Before the After
With one example recently purchased by the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, Clark's 'Bicho' series has come to be recognized as one of the most important of the artist's oeuvre.
11 November 2019
Rufino Tamayo's Watermelons
Juan Carlos Pereda, art historian and Deputy Director of the Museo Rufino Tamayo, Mexico City, reflects on an iconic work from the collection of Florence Knoll Bassett.
25 October 2019
Remembering Carlos Cruz-Diez
Last year, Specialist Valentina Garcia sat down with the Franco-Venezuelan artist in his studio ahead of his London Phillips X exhibition. In this previously unpublished interview, the pair discuss Cruz-Diez' decades-long exploration of color and the early challenges that came to define his career.
30 July 2019
Mendive, Macchi & More: Latin American Art in Unbound
Specialist Jeannette van Campenhout calls out some of her favorite lots currently available for bidding in our online-only sale, Unbound.
15 April 2019
From Diego Rivera to Ana Mendieta: Kaeli Deane's Six Picks from 20th Century & Contemporary Art
Kaeli Deane, Head of Latin American Art, shares modern and contemporary highlights from this month's sales.
07 November 2018