Monthly Archives: November 2012

The Phillips Collection’s 1960 Annex

The Phillips Collection runs a smart, sweet blog called Experiment Station. I love this photo they posted last week of their old building on 21st Street. I look at the Phillips everyday when I walk up to the Jane Haslem

The Phillips Collection’s 1960 Annex

The Phillips Collection runs a smart, sweet blog called Experiment Station. I love this photo they posted last week of their old building on 21st Street. I look at the Phillips everyday when I walk up to the Jane Haslem

Alison Klayman Screens “Ai Weiwei: Never Sorry” at the Hirshhorn Tonight

Tonight at 7 the Hirshhorn will screen Ai Weiwei: Never Sorry, and hold a Q and A with the filmmaker Alison Klayman. This is Klayman’s first film. It’s only a slight overstatement to call her choice of subject monumental, and

Alison Klayman Screens “Ai Weiwei: Never Sorry” at the Hirshhorn Tonight

Tonight at 7 the Hirshhorn will screen Ai Weiwei: Never Sorry, and hold a Q and A with the filmmaker Alison Klayman. This is Klayman’s first film. It’s only a slight overstatement to call her choice of subject monumental, and

NYC Gallerists Evaluate Damage to Artwork from Sandy Flooding

Most of the issues facing New York’s gallerists are the same as the rest of New York and New Jersey: removing floodwaters, sorting through damaged goods, looking for fuel, and beginning to rebuild. On the bright side, many report that

NYC Gallerists Evaluate Damage to Artwork from Sandy Flooding

Most of the issues facing New York’s gallerists are the same as the rest of New York and New Jersey: removing floodwaters, sorting through damaged goods, looking for fuel, and beginning to rebuild. On the bright side, many report that