Posts written by Anne Huntington
There’s no shortage of art fairs in the springtime, but only one in New York City caters to works exclusively in the $100 to $10,000 range. We asked art advisors Anne Huntington and Susi Kenna to provide some collecting tips as well as their favorite pieces from the upcoming Affordable Art Fair in New York City.
Habana libre (Free Cuba)—this expression isn’t often heard by Americans. But what’s happening ninety miles from Miami? Photographer Michael Dweck captures the essence of Cuba’s creative culture in his new exhibition Michael Dweck: Habana Libre, on view at the Fototeca de Cuba in Havana until March 24, 2012. The works evoke a timeless and contemporary class of writers, models, artists, and creatives who are defining today’s and tomorrow’s Cuba.
ARTLOG asked five terrific art advisors to share three of their favorite artists from across Armory Week. Here are the selections from Grace-Yvette Gemmell, Amanda Schneider, Anne Huntington, Susi Kenna, and Kate Robinson.
When most people fly back north after Art Basel Miami, I fly further south to Mexico City. For the past week I’ve been immersed in the culturally fueled and loaded city – lots of studio visits, meetings, friends and little sleep.