• Art
    June 19, 2014 / 1:00pm |

    My favorite thing to do in New York City when I have a few hours off is walk down the High Line, in the sun, to Chelsea, ice lolly in hand! The High Line itself is such a beautiful, modern feat of design; to make this old space into something so beautiful, alive, and functional […]

  • Art
    May 28, 2014 / 1:15pm |

    It was practically on a dare that Pace Gallery owner Marc Glimcher opened a pop-up in Menlo Park. He and best friend/Silicon Valley maker-happen/art historian/philanthropist Laura Arrillaga-Andreessen (see her recent Vogue profile) had been back and forth about the idea for years. “Then one day over dinner,” says Glimcher, “Laura’s dad tells us the Tesla […]

  • Art
    May 9, 2014 / 3:45pm |

    Here is a random assembly of snapshots I took last Friday and Saturday during Berlin’s Gallery Weekend. Friedrich Teepe, Lutz Bacher, Klaus vom Bruch, and Lynn Chadwick are among the artists whose work is receiving well-deserved attention beyond the eras of its creation. Photos: Courtesy of Kostas Murkudis

  • April 25, 2014 / 2:15pm |

    Here are a few of my Los Angeles favorites: Some shops that are actually from somewhere else: • Miss L-Fire, from London • En Soie, from Zurich (soon to be available at Colette) Some (not-so) general stores: • General Store, in Venice • Max & Moritz Some classic food, like: • Izaka-Ya • Sushi Park […]

  • April 14, 2014 / 2:00pm |

    In my mind, Victoire de Castellane is one of the most talented jewelry designers of our time. I’ve been inspired by (obsessed with and desperate for) her work for years and was excited to hear that the Gagosian Gallery was holding an exhibition of her recent works, Precious Objects, her first exhibition in New York. […]

  • Art
    March 28, 2014 / 3:00pm |

    Cara Despain’s poster representing the percentage of female artists from the galleries tallied in both LA and NYC. Artist Micol Hebron’s Gallery Tally is a crowdsourced, collaborative, and now global initiative to tally the gender makeup of art galleries worldwide. The project began as a hobby, with Hebron counting the number of men and women […]