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Picasso’s Bust of Sylvette

Picasso, Bust of Sylvette, NYU, Noho

New York University seems to have bought up this entire city. The Brutalist “Silver Towers” off Bleecker Street were designed in by I.M.Pei’s (who is most famous for designing the […]

Gramercy Park Hotel

The Gramercy Park Hotel, situated just off New York’s exclusive private park, is fancy.  It is evident in every detail in every facet of the hotel that it was created by […]


This is my absolute FAVORITE Picasso piece ever- Moulin de la Galette. As you can see its not very Picasso-y (which is why I love). It is an early work […]

Julian Levy- Best Gallerist Ever

Forget Castelli, forget Gagosian and Deitch, the real man with the plan was Julian Levy. The future gallerist ended up introducing Surrealism to the New York art world after dropping […]

Triad Bronze

This bronze, which has been under scaffolding for as long as I can remember, shows three Cubist figures in embrace. The work, created by little-known artist Irving Marantz in 1969, […]

So Fly: hip hop and art history

What if Botticelli did his shopping at Hypebeast? Or Picasso listened to Kanye West’s My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy during his blue period? Look no further than Fly Art Productions, which […]

VIDEO: Live Painting with Picasso

Did you know that Picasso never set foot in New York? Seems kind of crazy don’t you think? Here’s a compilation of videos of the master at work. The piece […]

Quality Material Attracts Bidders for Record Breaking Auctions on

From my latest article on MutualArt New York’s November auction season has proven to be a rollercoaster of emotion, with both Sotheby’s and Christie’s breaking records, seeing all time highs, […]

Picasso’s Mercure Tapestry

Believe it or not, Picasso never set foot in New York in his 91 years. And this tapestry isn’t exactly authentic- it is an artist-authorized replica of the curtain Pablo […]

Zeitgeisty George Condo

I have had a long time love affair with George Condo’s work…its sick, beautiful, zeitgeisty and art historically referential. Amazing.

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