Billy Frist is attracted to the prettier photographs, unlike his wife, Jennifer Frist. Together, they have amassed a mini-museum.
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“A great work is one you never get tired of — you find new value in it every day.” So says this playwright, who has a taste for lyrical realism.
This Canadian artist with Mexican roots is opening a show at the Hirshhorn that showcases his sometimes eerie melding of technology and human biology.
Cut into pieces in the late 18th century, a Dutch Golden Age painting has been reassembled at the Toledo Museum of Art.
These Scandinavian artists take a humorous and often irreverent approach, but they’re dead serious about topics like immigration and climate change
As patrons have ever more choices, the Paris event is still a favorite for many. “What’s not to like?” a New York collector said.
Mr. Ando, a Japanese architect, once went to France with the hope of meeting Le Corbusier. He now has a major retrospective at the Centre Pompidou in Paris.
Led by Donald Judd’s children, Flavin and Rainer, it will eventually touch six of the 21 buildings the foundation owns in Texas and add programming space.
Sales of estates from a single owner, à la Rockefeller, and event sales crafted to benefit a cause are part of an “acceleration” in charity auctions.