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By Jessica Helen Weinberg

There is an unmistakable buzz that begins to ripple through the city once dawn sets over the Park Avenue Armory, hours before the opening of The Salon Art + Design show. Those of us who roam the exhibition early (while vacuums collect last minute crumbs and spotlights are tightened just a touch) can taste the fantasia of anticipation emanating off of the exquisite assembly of objects waiting to be... Read More

By Jessica Helen Weinberg

It's garbage! As odd as it sounds, ceramicist Victor Spinski considered himself most successful when his artwork was easily mistaken for trash. As a matter of fact, he was known to spend hundreds of hours on a single sculpture just to be sure of it. ... Read More

By Jessica Helen Weinberg

We know you don't need reminding...but the holidays are right around the corner, and before we start talking gifts, let's discuss seating arrangements. Whether your adding extra chairs around the dinner table or improving post-meal relaxation for you... Read More

By Lauren Bradley; Specialist, Fine Art at Rago

The first half of the twentieth century was perhaps the most fruitful period in American printmaking. Although a variety of styles and schools were explored, it was the unfolding and transformation of American Realism that has been the most thoroughl... Read More