Monthly Archives: January 2010

Amateur art collectors bring a piece of their gallery to ours

By Erica Bruenlin.21.Jan.2010.The Marquette Tribune. You could say that Herbert and Dorothy Vogel are somewhat ordinary people.  The elderly couple live ordinary lives in an ordinary apartment overlooking New York City where both worked ordinary jobs before they retired. But … Continue reading

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If it says something to me, I buy it

By Rajshree Sugars. 24 Jan. 2010. The Economic Times. Art for me has been purely subjective. I have always bought art that provokes me in some way or the other. It is difficult to explain why a collector buys a … Continue reading

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Art Investment is the Best Form of Investment

By Cheryl Forbes of  Invest-in-art-now.com It is time to learn where to invest and by how much. We should all learn how to be smarter when it comes to our money because it is the only way by which we … Continue reading

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Collecting Art, Part V

By Stacey Williams-Ng, Art City contributor.Jan. 21, 2010 . Milwaukee-Wisconsin Journal Sentinel. Inspired by the recent screening of the documentary film about Herb and Dorothy Vogel at the Milwaukee Art Museum and the exhibit of the Vogel’s gift to MAM, … Continue reading

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Is the Art Market Bust Finally Over?

By Tom Johansmeyer. 25 Jan. 2010. Daily Finance.com. If the recent art market boom had a poster child, it may have been the British painter Lucian Freud. Before the boom ended suddenly in summer 2008, Freud’s paintings (like The Sparrowhawk, … Continue reading

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