We chat with Peter Hort, founding member of the Rema Hort Mann Foundation, about the frivolousness of modern hieroglyphics, the unique–and crucial–support provided by the foundation, and the dream of owning an Edgar Degas work on paper.
We chat with the ever-cool Aaron Rose about the long forgotten narratives of Los Angeles, Dennis Hopper's wild side, and the goal of taking up residence in Nikki de Saint-Phalle's Tarot Gardens.
The artist on dogmatic non-smokers, his fellow British artists, the power of the iPad, and the ancient urge to draw.
We text with London-based collector and British Friends of the Art Museums of Israel (BFAMI) Honorary President Anita Zabludowicz OBE about the not-for-profit organization's unparalleled support of the museums of Israel, why the Louisiana Museum would be the perfect home, and the dream of owning a Francis Bacon triptych.
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Every great collection is grounded in history. And there’s no better place to get your dose of all things classical than Amsterdam—the city that masters such as Rembrandt and Van Gogh called home.
In celebration of the launch of the Merge Records' auction to benefit the Southern Poverty Law Center, the record label and rock legends Superchunk put together an electric video mixing music and art—everybody's favorite cultural cross-section.
Texting with collector Rosa de la Cruz about the intersections of art and jewellery, the best Instagram accounts for satisfying food cravings, and the tricks to building a world class art collection.
Texting with the Merge Records founder and Superchunk star about the band's upcoming record, the importance of supporting the Southern Poverty Law Center, and the dream of owning an Anne Truitt column.
Chatting with artist Beau Dunn about working with Kris Kardashian, hosting dinner parties in Yayoi Kusama's Infinity Room, and her projects to be featured in the upcoming Art Basel Miami.
We jumped on the text with artist Margaux Ogden to chat about living in the Barnes Museum, the dream of buying a Raoul de Keyser painting, and how to help rebuild Puerto Rico.
Chatting with Artwalk Philanthropic Honoree Shelly Fremont about the dream of living in Venice, the incredible efforts of the Coalition for the Homeless to help New York's homeless population, and how great it would be to get Andy Warhol on the text to hear his views on today's world.
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