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COLLECT: Step-By-Step Collecting

Posted on: November 1st, 2011

The New York Times’ T Magazine Lays Out the Step-By-Step of Collecting

T Magazine breaks down the process of collecting from how to purchase a work at a gallery and what fairs to attend to the need-to-know of buying at auction and who to call when you need to move, frame, or repair an artwork.


COLLECT: Not A Billionaire? You Can Still Be An Art Collector

Posted on: November 9th, 2011

ForYourArt’s founder Bettina Korek shared her suggestions with Forbes on how to become a collector.

Most of us do not have the resources—or clout—of billionaire collectors, but starting an art collection is more affordable than you think.


LEARN: Painter Mary Weatherford on Her Work for OCMA’s 2008 California Biennial

Posted on: June 19th, 2011

Alex Isreal Interviews Artist Mary Weatherford on Her Art Practice, Inspirations and Growing Up in California

Originally published in OCMA’s 2008 California Biennal Catalogue, artists Alex Israel and Mary Weatherford joined in conversation about Weatherford’s art practice, inspirations, and growing up in California. (more…)

LEARN: Are Comic Books Dead?

Posted on: July 11th, 2011

Comics Impresario and Author of Art in Time: Unknown Comic Book Adventures 1940-1980 Dan Nadel Explores the Answer

Kona by Sam Glanzman (more…)

LEARN: Hans Ulrich Obrist Interviews Writer Frederic Tuten

Posted on: July 7th, 2011

As Part of Obrist’s “Endless Conversation,” the Curator Speaks to Frederic Tuten About His Beginnings in Literature, Love of Mexican Art, and His Literary Heroes

The ongoing Interview Project by curator, critic and historian Hans Ulrich Obrist, is an “endless conversation” between visionary thinkers in architecture, art, film, philosophy, music and science. Recently published in Interviews: Volume II, Obrist spoke with novelist Frederic Tuten in this conversation about the author’s lifelong love affair with art, literature, and revolution. (more…)