Collecting

Collecting

Mexico City's Artist-Centric Art Fair

Material is a young art fair but is now all grown up, both figuratively and literally.

CDMX Art Week gallery openings just ahead of Zona MACO and Material Art Fairs

Last year, Zona MACO brought in over 62,000 visitors compared to ABMB’s 81,000. Although they’re similar on paper, MACO is a smaller fair in a much larger city—which is really what makes this week feel different.

Art Basel Miami Beach's Artist-Run Art Fair

Art Basel Miami Beach and the whole Miami Art Week leading in to it are pretty overwhelming. Usually by the time the actual weekend rolls around I am sick of ...

After my fourth trip, I finally think I'm beginning to understand Miami Art Week. It's a microcosm of the art world and, when I close my eyes and think about ...

You know that weird feeling of panic you experience in a big-box store in the suburbs? When you look around a Walmart or Target and realize the sheer amount of ...

It's hard to believe Untitled Art Fair started in 2012, because the beachfront fair simultaneously feels young and new, but also institutional and grand. In many mental calendars, the curated ...

The New Rubell Museum Opens in Miami

Mera Rubell may be the only art collector in Miami who has ridden the city’s oft-forgotten metro. And she’s a fan.

“When choosing to buy vintage, you are doing yourself, the earth—and often your pocket—a good service,” explains the team (Julie Lilienfeld, Athena Hoffberger, and Ryan Haase) at Wishbone Reserve, a ...

Collecting is all about relationships!

How to organize a studio visit, how to build relationships between artists and collectors, and what to do when your studio is a hot mess.

How Architect Steve Ziger, of Ziger/Snead Has Influenced Baltimore’s Built Environment, Starting with his Own Home Steve Ziger sits in the storefront windows of Minato, the Japanese restaurant a stone’s ...

Connect + Collect III with Doreen Bolger and Taha Heydari

We discussed ethical relationships between artists, collectors, and galleries; strategies for exhibiting across the country and internationally; collecting at Baltimore-based art, and more.

How a DC-based Lawyer became an advocate for contemporary art and artists Just inside Schwanda Rountree’s home, there is a Carrie Mae Weems print at the base of the stairs. ...

Connect + Collect II at Motor House: Audio with Photos by Jill Fannon For the second C+C panel on February 28, we hosted DC-based collector Darryl Atwell, founder of Kinetic:Conversations ...

Connect + Collect Series 1: Schwanda Rountree and Mequitta Ahuja with Photo Essay by Jill Fannon "How many of you are art collectors?" asked co-host Jeffrey Kent at the first ...

BmoreArt Hosts First Connect + Collect Panel with Schwanda Rountree and Mequitta Ahuja by Cara Ober Everyone knows there is amazing, collectible artwork being made here in Baltimore, and not ...

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