Inside the private collection of a legendary London dealer, from Man Ray's lips to treasures of Islamic art
Next month, Christie’s is to sell about 150 weird and wonderful objects that belonged to Oliver Hoare, the private but influential art dealer who died last year at the age of 73. Hoare’s obituarists remembered
Shocked and sickened by the seemingly rational dynamics of World War I, a cadre of artists rebelled against logic itself. Among modern art’s pantheon of -isms, “Surrealism” alone remains in everyday use.
Chagall painted artworks for Harper’s Bazaar, Man Ray commissioned Giacometti to make sculptures for the magazine’s fashion shoots and Andy Warhol began his career drawing for our pages. Bazaar’s extraordinary
Q&A With Diane Venet, Collector Of Artist Jewelry By Picasso, Dalí, Man Ray, Robert Rauschenberg, Anish Kapoor And Damien
Acquiring only jewelry by painters and sculptors – never photographers, designers or architects – French collector Diane Venet has constituted a blue-chip collection of approximately 200 pieces by more
Christopher Smith’s photographs are technically self-portraits, though each evokes someone else: a sullen detective, a naked gladiator, a flapper, an inmate, a sword swallower, a cowboy, a choirboy, a