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Curator Corner: Art for My Home

Inspired by the anticipation of Art Basel: Miami next week, I decided to curate a few gems currently available on eBay so that you might begin working on your power-art collection. Stay tuned for on-the-ground updates of the art fair starting December 5th on The Inside Source

1. Takashi Murakami - Original Signed Lithograph Artwork Dob Flower Red Blue Artwork ($3,495.00 “Buy It Now” price)

2. George Condo - Original Etching, Sketches of Spain, Signed ($995 “Buy it Now” price)

3. Francesco Clemente - Signed 1994 Original Color Aquatint - “Blue Ribbon” ($1,500 “Buy it Now” price)

4. Jenny Holzer - Wooden Postcard “Money Creates Taste” ($59.99)

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5. Cindy Sherman - Mrs. Claus Original Photograph Signed Edition of 125 Framed, 1990 ($6,000 “Buy It Now” price)

6. Andreas Gursky - Hand-signed limited museum edition ($1,250 “Buy ($6,000 “Buy It Now” price)

7. Jean-Michel Basquiat Drawing ($150,000) 

To view any of these original listings and a few others, visit the “Art for My Home" collection. 

(Photo: Courtesy of eBay sellers. Text: Jauretsi)

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"Murder Mystery" by Cindy Sherman (1976), presented at The Armory Show, New York. Get yourself some books and prints by Cindy Sherman on eBay. (Photo by Jauretsi)

"Murder Mystery" by Cindy Sherman (1976), presented at The Armory Show, New York. Get yourself some books and prints by Cindy Sherman on eBay. (Photo by Jauretsi)

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Cindy Sherman Tea Set Anyone?
By Jauretsi
Counting the days to Art Basel 2012 next week, we’re tickled pink by viewing some additional art from the genres greatest minds, namely Cindy Sherman. The website Artware Editions launched in 2006 with a commitment to feature functional objects by visual artists. Artware’s philosophy is that “artists ask questions and designers resolve them”. The website (along with a brick-and-mortar space in downtown New York) works directly with established and emerging international artists to create an exclusive line of editions. Currently, there is a tea set by the beloved Cindy Sherman entitled Madame de Pompadour (née Poisson), a piece conceived in 1990. The 21-piece porcelain Tea Service includes… [MORE] 1 teapot, 1 sugar bowl, 1 creamer, 6 cups, 6 saucers, and 6 dessert plates. There is an edition of 75, with four available color options. Price is $7,000, which may appear steep, but hey, this is high art… and a worthy investment. Other design products from Artware Editions include Jeff Koons, Sol Lewitt, and Man Ray. Artware participates regularly in art fairs like The Armory Show, NYC. Next week at Art Basel 2012, Artware will be featuring works at their usual PULSE fair in Miami.
In the meantime, if you’d like to collect yourself a more affordable Cindy Sherman products for your bookshelf, check out some Limited Edition items, including coffeetable books of the art legend on eBay. 
(Photo: Courtesy of Artware Editions)

Cindy Sherman Tea Set Anyone?

By Jauretsi

Counting the days to Art Basel 2012 next week, we’re tickled pink by viewing some additional art from the genres greatest minds, namely Cindy Sherman. The website Artware Editions launched in 2006 with a commitment to feature functional objects by visual artists. Artware’s philosophy is that “artists ask questions and designers resolve them”. The website (along with a brick-and-mortar space in downtown New York) works directly with established and emerging international artists to create an exclusive line of editions. Currently, there is a tea set by the beloved Cindy Sherman entitled Madame de Pompadour (née Poisson), a piece conceived in 1990. The 21-piece porcelain Tea Service includes… [MORE] 1 teapot, 1 sugar bowl, 1 creamer, 6 cups, 6 saucers, and 6 dessert plates. There is an edition of 75, with four available color options. Price is $7,000, which may appear steep, but hey, this is high art… and a worthy investment. Other design products from Artware Editions include Jeff Koons, Sol Lewitt, and Man Ray. Artware participates regularly in art fairs like The Armory Show, NYC. Next week at Art Basel 2012, Artware will be featuring works at their usual PULSE fair in Miami.

In the meantime, if you’d like to collect yourself a more affordable Cindy Sherman products for your bookshelf, check out some Limited Edition items, including coffeetable books of the art legend on eBay. 

(Photo: Courtesy of Artware Editions)

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Inspiration Station: The Acne Showroom

By Jenny Bahn

Every designer has in their arsenal a few key tools: an inherent aesthetic, a unique point of view, and an openness to global inspiration. They travel, people-watch, scan archives, and read books… anything to inspire the next collection. The designer’s showroom is often a reflection of this, filled with knick-knacks, furniture, yes, even rugs that represent the brand. Last week, while checking out the new SS13 collection at Acne’s NY showroom, I thumbed through their impressive library of books. It may take a bit of time and cash to acquire, but here’s a shortlist of books that are as cool as the brand. I linked some of the these books to eBay so you can begin stocking your cool library sooner than later…

Bob Recine: Alchemy of Beauty by René Ricard, Bob Recine, Mario Sorrenti and Robbie Fimmano

In the American West by Laura Wilson and Richard Avedon

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Carine Roitfled: Irreverent by Carine Roitfled, Olivier Zahm, Alex Wiederin and Cathy Horyn

Rebel Youth: Karlheinz Weinberger by Bruce Hackney, Martynka Wawrzyniak, Patrik Schedler and Karlheinz Weinberger

Leigh Bowery by Martin Engler, Rene Zechlin and Leigh Bowery

Not A Toy: Radical Character Design in Fashion and Costume by Atopos and Vassilis Zidianakis

Punk’s Dead by Simon Barker, Michael Bracewell and Greil Marcus

Making WET: The Magazine of Gourmet Bathing by Leonard Koren

Nick Haymes: GABEtm by Gus Van Sant and Nick Haymes

Diana Vreeland After Diana Vreeland by Maria Luisa

You and I by Ryan McGuinley

Lord Snowden Photographs by Koto Bolofo

Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty by Andrew Bolton

Lucian Freud Portraits by Sarah Howgate, Michael Auping and John Richardson

Raf Simons: Redux by Francesco Bonami, Peter De Potter, Collier Schorr and Raf Simons

The Lonely Life by Peter Weiermair

Cindy Sherman by Eva Respini, Johanna Burton, Cindy Sherman and John Waters

The Chop Suey Club by Bruce Webber

Schiaparelli & Prada: Impossible Conversations by Andrew Bolton and Harold Koda