Bridging the Divide with Artist Tom Day
Artist Tom Day in his studio. Photographed by Meagan Lawler. Our team sat down with Tom Day in the weeks leading up to his first northeast exhibition,  Seen/Unseen, a two-person exhibition of…
The Unknown Genius: Vivian Maier’s Prints
If you’re a photography collector you may be familiar with the likes of Lisette Model, Helen Levitt, Walker Evans, and André Kertész, famed street photographers who changed the landscape of their field…
Collectors Guide to Hanging Art in Your Home
For either new collectors or those who have long been establishing a great personal archive, bringing a newly acquired artwork home—to live with—is an immensely satisfying and compelling point in collecting. Successfully…
The Status of Object, A Brief History
The dissolution of a tangible and physical object, ideologically and culturally imbued with an artist’s aesthetic intent, occurs as the notion of the idea as art object arises post minimalism —this thinking,…
A-Temporal Acquisitions: Why You Should Collect Video Art
Leigh Ledare’s stirring depictions of brief human interactions outside train stations in Vokzal , Lyle Ashton Harris’ poignant and dreamy recollections of AIDS activism and emergent multiculturalism in Once (Now) Again, and…