News - New York, NY – (March 26, 2018): The period between the First and Second World Wars was a time of radical transformation in modern life. Art, fashion, and globalization all played key roles in defining the styles and tastes of the era that was most famously identified as the decadent heyday continue reading
News - Gervois Magazine Asks Ben Macklowe to Describe the Origins of His Passion for Collecting Antiques
Gervois Magazine – the official publication of Gervois Hotel Rating – is a quarterly digital magazine that explores travel experiences and lifestyle for the affluent and curious; continue reading
Luxury publication Geared to Private Jet Travelers Sits Down with Macklowe Gallery President
In its Spring 2018 issue, Private Air Magazine, an exclusive magazine for the world’s most discerning travelers, recently featured an interview with Benjamin Macklowe on engaging new, young continue reading
Art Deco & An American Dynasty: The Legacy of the House of Tiffany
Questions concerning the distinction between Tiffany & Co., established in 1837, and Tiffany Studios, created in 1900, have existed since the latter was established.
On Thursday March 8th, Benjamin Macklowe, the continue reading
News - Macklowe Gallery Will Host its First Private Gallery Tour Since Moving to Park Avenue and 57th Street
On Wednesday March 7th, Macklowe Gallery will hold its first private gallery tour since relocating from Madison Avenue.
Patrons of the Tulsa Ballet Company will have the opportunity to continue reading
News - On Tuesday March 6th, the Cooper Hewitt Museum opens its doors for a Curators’ tour of the famous Carnegie Mansion, a private viewing of the newly restored Teak Room, and the official reveal of the hanging Tiffany Lamp.
Over the course of the last few years, Macklowe Gallery has worked continue reading
Andrew Harper, a known arbiter of luxury travel experiences, included a profile of Macklowe Gallery in a recent article highlighting stops on the ultimate Louis Comfort Tiffany tour of New York City.
As an artist and an innovator, Louis Comfort Tiffany’s legacy lives on within the continue reading
Introspective Magazine and 1stDibs editor Doris Athineos featured Macklowe Gallery’s gorgeous new salon-like space in a sweeping article that describes visionary dealer and President Benjamin Macklowe as a passionate proselytizer for the beauty of Art Nouveau curves.
As the mastermind continue reading
In the January 2018 issue of Avenue, columnist Carol Brodie features an ornate French Art Nouveau 18-karat gold and enamel butterfly brooch from Macklowe Gallery
In Hidden Gems, Brodie speaks with President Ben Macklowe--noting that the stunning brooch, acquired by the Gallery last year, is continue reading
News - Long-time Winter Antiques Show exhibitor, Macklowe Gallery, is featured in the January issue of Antiques Trade Gazette.
Editor Katherine Boyle sits down with President Benjamin Macklowe, who describes the “enduring appeal” of the Show and “why it’s such a special event” continue reading
News - Epoch Times Contributor, Isabelle Kellog, features Macklowe Gallery’s relocation from Madison Avenue to coveted corner spot on 57th Street and Park Avenue
In the article, President Ben Macklowe explains that with all of the challenges faced by luxury retailers in today’s marketplace, continue reading
Phyllis Schiller features Macklowe Gallery in a two-page story in Rapaport Magazine's December 2017 issue
In “Room to Grow,” Schiller discusses how as a fixture on New York’s Madison Avenue for 46 years, Macklowe Gallery has changed its address, but not its raison d’être. continue reading
Editor Dana Schulz sits down for a Q&A with President, Ben Macklowe, to understand why he believes that the time is ripe for a new generation to start an antique collection.
According to Ben, the antiques market has undergone a major shift in recent years. He explains why antiques are continue reading
Robb Report writer Carolyn Meers features Macklowe Gallery and Q&A with President Benjamin Macklowe.
In his Q&A with Meers, Ben shares crucial collecting tips, two ways to spot a great piece of art nouveau jewelry, what women are wearing right now, and more.
In the article, Ben continue reading
(NEW YORK, NY—December 7, 2017) — The Winter Antiques Show Kick-Off Party was held on Wednesday, December 6, 2017 at the new Macklowe Gallery, now located at 445 Park Avenue in NYC. The Winter Antiques Show is the leading art, antiques and design fair in America, featuring 70 of continue reading
Pictured left: President Ben Macklowe, and his father, co-founder of Macklowe Gallery, Lloyd Macklowe
On November 30, 2017 Macklowe Gallery hosted a Grand Opening reception in celebration of their new flagship location at 445 Park Avenue. Guests including longtime clients, friends, and family continue reading
Antique Trader interviews President Benjamin Macklowe on the new neighborhood and new chapter
Macklowe Gallery has been a decorative arts and antiquities institution in New York for nearly 50 years. In addition to the many items of antique and estate jewelry, Art Nouveau and Art Deco pieces continue reading
Macklowe Gallery’s expansion on Park Avenue featured in Antiques & The Arts Weekly
Antiques and The Arts Weekly is the nation’s leading weekly publication on the antiques and the arts trade, and is available both in print and online. Each issue includes reporting on auctions, continue reading
President Benjamin Macklowe speaks with editor Johanna McBrien on the November move
This November, Macklowe Gallery enveils its new location in the heart of midtown Manhattan. With just over 6,000-square-feet of space and 130 continue reading
News - Macklowe Gallery featured in the New York Post's Real Estate section, where President Benjamin Macklowe speaks with Steve Cuozzo about the Gallery's new 57th Street location.
A miracle is coming to East 57th Street — a large new store on a prime corner.
And no, it isn’t a short-term continue reading
"These sources of grand illumination might steal the limelight from books." - FTOnline
The Financial Times has highlighted Macklowe Gallery's Tiffany Tulip lamp in the House & Home section of their continue reading
After four decades on Madison Avenue, the antique and art nouveau dealer Macklowe Gallery is poised to open its doors on the corner of Park Avenue and 57th Street.
Benjamin Macklowe, whose parents started the business in 1971, said he hoped to open the 6,000-square-foot gallery’s doors continue reading
Macklowe Gallery featured in Real Estate Finance & Investment where editor Kaitlyn Mitchell spoke with President Benjamin Macklowe on adding an experiential element to the Park Avenue digs
Macklowe Gallery is relocating its luxury gallery from its long term-home on Madison Avenue to a continue reading
News - Madison Avenue institution and premier dealer of Twentieth Century Decorative Arts opens new flagship store at 57th and Park Avenue this November.
September 25, 2017 (New York, NY): For nearly 50 years, Macklowe Gallery has been a fixture on Madison Avenue and a destination for French Art continue reading
News - The Moulin Rouge and Bell Époque opens At The Chrysler Museum of Art - March 10 to June 18, 2017
Norfolk, V.A. — Meet the legends of 19th-century Parisian nightlife in The Chrysler Museum of Art's spring keynote exhibition, The Paris of Toulouse-Lautrec: Prints and Posters from The continue reading
News - Members and guests of the FWA (Financial Women's Association) enjoyed an exclusive cocktail reception and a one-of-a kind Gilded Age experience at the esteemed Macklowe Gallery, located at 667 Madison Avenue... continue reading
News - The Bauhaus, a comprehensive New Digital Resource, Launched By Harvard Art Museums
Cambridge, MA, August 15, 2016
The Harvard Art Museums have unveiled a new online resource dedicated to the Bauhaus, expanding access to one of the first and largest Bauhaus collections in the world. The continue reading
News - Toulouse-Lautrec’s Bohemian Paris
Opens At Fenimore Museum May 28
COOPERSTOWN, N.Y. — The Fenimore Art Museum will present a new exhibition featuring the work of the famous French painter and illustrator in “Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec in Bohemian Paris,” on view continue reading
News - ‘Electric Paris’ Lights Up
The Bruce Museum May 24, 2016
GREENWICH, CONN. — Margarita Karasoulas, curator at The Bruce Museum, introduces her new exhibition entitled “Electric Paris.”
Organized thematically into four sections — Nocturnes, Lamplit continue reading
News - MSV Exhibition Explores Art Nouveau
Winchester, VA Friday, April 22, 2016
An exhibition featuring the work of one of the most significant artists of the Art Nouveau movement is now on view at the Museum of the Shenandoah continue reading
News - Lifelines—Forms and Themes of Art Nouveau
Morse Museum February 12, 2013 through September 25, 2016
Today it still seems fresh. Art Nouveau artists sought to fundamentally change the look of the objects we use in our lives. Practitioners of the new art drew inspiration continue reading
News - Loïe Fuller : Permanent exhibition at the Maryhill Museum
Loïe Fuller (1863 – 1928) was a pioneer of modern dance whose influence sparked a new generation of dancers in the early 1900’s. Her circle of friends included artists, politicians and royalty, and it was she continue reading
Tiffany lamps are so nice, they were featured twice, in The New York Times Art section, in one week.
Once on Sunday April 3rd 2016 in the article titled: "Through the Prisim of Gender" and once on Friday April 8th 2016 in the article titled: "This Old continue reading
Passion for the Exotic: Louis Comfort Tiffany and Lockwood de Forest
Passion for the Exotic is a series of exhibitions featuring Cooper Hewitt’s collection. This exhibition highlights works by Louis Comfort Tiffany (1848-1933) in the context of the Carnegie continue reading
News - The Gilded Age Glows Again at the Park Avenue Armory’s Veterans Room
By RANDY KENNEDY MARCH 6, 2016
In his story “The Secret Room,” the French novelist Alain Robbe-Grillet describes an interior so ornate as to defy description, whose very dimensions are shadowy but “whose continue reading
News - Fall in Love with the East Hampton Home of Designers Delphine and Reed Krakoff
With a graceful touch, designers Delphine and Reed Krakoff breathe new life into a storied but timeworn Arts and Crafts manse on Long Island
For some, real estate is the ultimate high-stakes sport. And in this continue reading
Mar 3, 2016 - Apr 23, 2016
Paul Kasmin Gallery is pleased to announce James Nares: PORTRAITS, an exhibition of eleven new videos on view from March 3 – April 23, 2016 at 293 Tenth Avenue, New York. PORTRAITS debuts the artist’s first body of video work since he created continue reading
NEW YORK CITY — As part of the ongoing transformation of its historic building into an unconventional cultural institution, Park Avenue Armory has revitalized its Veterans Room, one of the few surviving interiors by Louis
C. Tiffany Company, Associated Artists, in the world. A monument continue reading
TACOMA, WASH. — The Tacoma Art Museum has announced that Becky Benaroya has bequeathed the collection that she and her late husband Jack Benaroya carefully assembled during their 70 years of marriage. The collection of 225 works includes Northwestern and international continue reading
WINTER PARK, FLA. — On February 9, the Charles Hosmer Morse Museum of American Art debuts a new installation of Tiffany blown glass from its collection and a vignette of collectible spoons from the late Nineteenth and early Twentieth Centuries. The new installation of art continue reading
ROCHESTER, N.Y. — George Eastman Museum has been given the sample grille section by Samuel Yellin created for the George Eastman residence in 1924. This donation from Yellin’s granddaughter, Clare Yellin, is a momentous contribution to the museum, which includes in its continue reading
Louis Comfort Tiffany-Tiffany Studios, Vase with Ruffled Rim. Early 20th century. Favrile glass with bronze mount. Gift of Relf and Mona Crissey.
GAINESVILLE, FLA.- In a show of support for the 25th Anniversary of the Harn Museum of Art at the University of Florida, art collectors Relf and continue reading
Morning Glory Blown-Glass Vase by Tiffany Studios, which won a first place award at the 1914 Salon of the Société des Artistes Français in Paris. It will be featured in a new installation of Tiffany art glass opening at the Morse Feb. 9. continue reading
News - Norwich , United Kingdom
The Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts at the University of East Anglia, Norwich, UK, is hosting the exquisite exhibition Alphonse Mucha: In Quest of Beauty through March 20, 2016.Czech-born Alphonse Mucha (1860 – 1939) continue reading
News - A Gem of a Lecture in Greenwich!
Jewelry lovers in WAG country will want to mark Dec. 7 on their calendars.
That’s when the Greenwich Decorative Arts Society, formerly known as The Greenwich Antiques Society, welcomes Benjamin Macklowe for a lecture devoted to that most glittering continue reading
News - Treasures and Talismans - Rings from the Griffin Collection
May 1–October 18, 2015 at the Metropolitan Museum of Art
New York, N.Y. — Rings are one of the oldest and most familiar forms of bodily adornment. continue reading
News - Cranbrook Art Museum Presents: Bent, Cast, and Forged: The Jewelry of Harry Bertoia
BLOOMFIELD HILLS, Mich., February 10, 2015 – Cranbrook Art Museum is pleased to announce that the exhibition Bent, Cast, and Forged: The Jewelry of Harry Bertoia will open on March 14, 2015. This is the continue reading
Passionate Design: The American Arts & Crafts Movement
Henry Plant | August 6, 2015
Come see our important new exhibit, Passionate Design: The American Arts & Crafts Movement. This exhibit brings together furniture, metalwork, block prints, pottery, and tiles made continue reading
News - The Ceramic Presence in Modern Art: Selections from the Linda Leonard Schlenger Collection and the Yale University Art Gallery
September 4, 2015–January 3, 2016
Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, Conn.
Friday, September 4, 2015–Sunday, January continue reading
News - The Greenwich Decorative Arts Society (formerly The Greenwich Antiques Society) will present its 30th anniversary luncheon and lecture, “Money, Beauty, Power: The Transformation of Taste in America’s Gilded Age,” a lecture by Ulysses Grant Deitz, Chief Curator, Curator of continue reading
The fall lecture season will begin with Heirloom of the Artist: Rethinking Whistler's Peacock Room, by Lee Glazer, Associate Curator of American Art, Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery, Smithsonian Institution. Monday, October 12, 1:15pm at the Bruce Museum, Greenwich, continue reading
News - A Rare Tiffany table lamp at the National Gallery shines a different light on a common Australian pest!
European carp are a pest in Australian waterways due to the environmental damage they cause, but when they appear in beautifully coloured leaded glass on a rare Tiffany lamp the fish are continue reading
Ben Macklowe, Margaret Hofer and John Loring lectures are well recieved.
New York, N.Y. — The Lectures at Macklowe gallery regarding Louis C. Tiffany are a success. Audience members are thrilled to discover all kinds of new information regarding Tiffany, Clara Driscoll and their works. continue reading
News - Christie’s specialist Fiona Baker provide's tips on buying 20th century design.
New York, N.Y. — ‘My particular expertise is in art nouveau and art deco,’ says Christie’s specialist Fiona Baker, showing a selection of some of the extraordinary pieces she works continue reading
Magazine - Park Avenue Armory to Restore Tiffany-Designed Veterans Room.
New York, N.Y. — The Park Avenue Armory has announced the next stage of its modernization. The architecture firm Herzog & de Meuron will restore the building’s opulent Veterans Room, which has one of the few surviving continue reading
News - New Wing at Corning Museum of Glass Invites the Light
CORNING, N.Y. — The first thing the architect Thomas Phifer did after being awarded the commission for the Corning Museum of Glass’s new 100,000-square-foot Contemporary Art + Design Wing here was to go back to his downtown continue reading
Art Nouveau: A Jewel in Every Medium
Two-Part Lecture Series: The Art of Jewelry
Tuesday, March 17, 10:30 am-noon - See more at: http://www.newarkmuseum.org/art-nouveau#sthash.Hl5LXIf2.dpuf
Tuesday March 17th, 2015 10:30am - Noon Newark, NJ. continue reading
February 6th, 2015
New York, NY. — Fashion Group International asks Benjamin Macklowe to present the "Fine Jewelry Award" to colleague and long time friend Paige Novick.
Click Here to read the article. continue reading
News - Macklowe Gallery will be exhibiting at the Winter Antiques Show a collection of masterworks from Friday January 23rd to Sunday February 1st. The Winter antiques show is being held at:
Park Avenue Armory
Park Avenue at 67th Street
New York, NY 10065
To see our Winter Antiques show continue reading
News - November 15th - March 08
Shelburne Museum, VT. — From time immemorial, mankind has found the beauty and complexity of nature to be a fertile source for personal adornment. This exhibition explores the concept of nature in jewelry design as a reflection of our culture’s evolving continue reading
Magazine - December 5, 2014
New York, NY. — If you didn't get a chance to see Ben at Rago Auctions Lecture on Art Nouveau Jewelry, you can click on this link to see the entire Lecture.
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Magazine - New York, NY (September 8, 2014)
The Museum of Arts and Design is pleased to present LOOT: MAD About Jewelry, its annual exhibition and sale featuring a broad cross-section of designs from emerging and acclaimed international jewelry artists, on view October 6-10, 2014. Now in its 14th continue reading
Magazine - We are thrilled to announce that Gustav Klimt’s stunning Adele Bloch-Bauer II, one of two formal portraits that the artist made of his patron Adele Bloch-Bauer, is on view in MoMA’s fifth-floor Painting and Sculpture Galleries beginning today, as a special long-term loan from continue reading
Magazine - November 16, 2014 – March 15, 2015
The DAM will host the world-exclusive exhibition of Brilliant: Cartier in the 20th Century, featuring striking jewelry, timepieces, and decorative objects produced between 1900 and 1975. This exhibition highlights Cartier’s rise to preeminence—and continue reading
Magazine - August 8, 2014
New York, NY. — Forty-four works in glass by renowned Italian architect Carlo Scarpa (1906–1978) — created during his 15-year collaboration with Venini Glassworks in Venice between 1932 and 1947 — have been donated by Dr David Landau and his wife continue reading
Magazine - A Jewelry Legacy, Preserved for Posterity!
May 22, 2014
New York, NY. — The roster of small jewelry workshops in Manhattan’s diamond district keeps shrinking, but at least one company that’s winding down is preserving the history of its designs. After six decades of continue reading
Magazine - The Paris of Toulouse-Lautrec Prints and Posters at MoMA!
July 26, 2014 thru March 1, 2014
New York, NY. — The exhibition explores five subjects that together create a portrait of Lautrec’s Paris. A section devoted to café-concerts and dance halls examines the rise continue reading
Magazine - Congratulations to our friend Sandy Gallin!
New York, NY. — Hollywood Powerhouse Sandy Gallin Shifts His Talents to Interior Design. A talent manager for three decades, Gallin is embracing his latest role as designer, planning and renovating homes for the entertainment-industry continue reading
Magazine - "Macklowe Gallery's Inaugural Spring Catalog 2014" available online.
New York, NY. — Macklowe Gallery's Spring catalog 2014 is now avalible online for your convinence.
To view the catalog Click Here!
Magazine - "Bangles to Benches" in Antiques and the Arts Weekly
ATLANTA, GA. — America these days seems awash in new and innovative design ideas and high-tech work by adventurous artists, while at the same time other designers remain committed to objects created in continue reading
Magazine - Macklowe Gallery Exhibits at "Palm Beach"
Macklowe Gallery Exhibits at "Palm Beach Jewelry, Art & Antique Show" and is reviewed in "Antique and the Arts Magazine".
To read the review Click Here!
Explore the visual culture of elite New York in the late-19th and early- 20th centuries.
Inaugurating the Museum’s Tiffany & Co. Foundation Gallery, Gilded New York explores the city’s visual culture at the end of the 19th century, when its elite class flaunted their continue reading
"Looking as if she had stepped off the runway of a Paul Poiret fashion show, circa 1925, Hillary Macklowe (see #4) wowed legendary photographer Bill Cunningham with her stylish red hair and vintage opera coat made of velvet and marabou feathers."
In spite of the foul weather, continue reading
Gallery - Brooks Brother's New York features Macklowe Gallery's "Tiffany Nautilus Lamp""Tiffany Studios “Pine Needle” Humidor" and a "Tiffany Studios Crab Inkwel" in there Main Window Display.
Tiffany Studios “Pine Needle” Humidor
Vanity Fair "Adventures in Hollywood" Special Collector's Edition and Macklowe Earrings!
Amy Adams wears Macklowe Gallery’s diamond cluster earrings for Vanity Fair’s Adventures in Hollywood. The earings, a pair of French Antique 18 karat gold and platinum continue reading
New York Post "Let there be Light" Article!
The New York Post sheds light on Macklowe Gallery’s tour of Louis Comfort Tiffany’s New York.
Click here to see the entire article and slideshow!
Macklowe Gallery’s foliate necklace in Architectural Digest’s for Germany and Austria!
Macklowe Gallery's Mid-20th Century foliate necklace is presented as a holiday gift in Architectural Digest’s December/January issue for Germany and Austria. An 18 continue reading
Macklowe Gallery and Jennifer Lopez grace the cover of "W" Magazine.
An exquisite pair of Cartier earrings from Macklowe Gallery are featured on the August cover of “W" magazine. The title of the featured cover is "In Bed with Jennifer Lopez”. continue reading
Gallery - To View our Latest "End of Summer at Macklowe Gallery!" Decorative Arts Slideshow Click Here
To View our Latest "End of Summer at Macklowe Gallery!!" Jewelry Slideshow Click Here continue reading
Gallery - To View our Latest "Summer Specials at Macklowe Gallery!" Decorative Arts Slideshow Click Here
To View our Latest "Summer Specials at Macklowe Gallery!!" Jewelry Slideshow Click Here continue reading
Out of this World! Jewelry in the Space Age.
Forbes Gallery, March 15th - September 7th, 2013
Macklowe Gallery has loaned four amazing pieces to “Out of this World! Jewelry in the Space Age,” an exhibition at the Forbes Gallery in New York City. The Macklowe pieces loaned continue reading
By AMY QIN of The New York Times.
Published: January 31, 2013
THE NATIONAL MUSEUM OF CHINA, which opened two years ago to much fanfare as the Communist Party unveiled this mammoth showpiece to project its cultural ambitions, has now taken another step continue reading
Magazine - Quest for the Perfect Pearl
Luxurious and rare, pearls are one of nature’s wonders. Equally remarkable is the process that creates each gleaming gem.
by Ruth J. Katz
Click here to view the entire article and the slideshow. continue reading
Magazine - Gustav Manz jewelry featured in the Antiques section of the New York Times!
Click Here to see the Featured Ring.
Click Here to see the Article on the New York Times Website.
will be exhibiting at
Antiques, Art & Design at the Armory
Friday, September 21 – Monday, September 24, 2012
Park Avenue Armory
643 Park Avenue, New York City
Looking forward to seeing you continue reading
Gallery - Macklowe Gallery's exhibition of Art Nouveau horn jewelry, was a great success.
Horn jewelry, almost unseen today, became extremely popular during the Art Nouveau period (1880-1914), a time when gold, platinum and heavy stones were abandoned in favor of exotic materials and creative innovations. continue reading
Magazine - Ben Macklowe is quoted on the Front Page of the Sunday April 15th, 2012 Edition of the New York Times.
See below for the excerpts:
“What started as a trickle has now become a flow,” said the vice president of the antiques store Macklowe Gallery, Ben Macklowe, who recently sold continue reading
The Corning Museum of Glass has recently acquired Les Hommes noirs (The Dark Men), a masterwork in glass by the Émile Gallé. The work was created by the artist in response to the historic Dreyfus Affair. The piece was cherished by the artist and remained in the Gallé family until continue reading
Magazine - On April 2nd Hillary and Ben Macklowe attended the "Save Venice Ball" along with 400 others to raise money for Save Venice as reported by The New York Times. See bleow for details.
Magazine - Dynamic Beauty: Sculpture of Art Nouveau Paris Gets a Glowing review by Natalie Fasano of "The Curated Object" Magazine.
Below is a sample of the review:
"Dynamic Beauty: Sculpture of Art Nouveau Paris, produced by the Macklowe Gallery, contains the largest catalogue of continue reading
The Jewels Adele wore are a pair of Antique silver-topped 18 karat gold, diamond and precious topaz ear pendants. (, featuring precious topaz pear shaped drops with an approximate total weight of 2.55 carats each, surrounded by Old Mine-cut diamonds with an approximate total weight of continue reading
Magazine - Macklowe Gallery had the pleasure of loaning out four wonderful items from our jewelry collection to none other than the folks at Vanity Fair for use in their March 2012 Hollywood issue Cover shoot.
The Jewels: an Art Deco Platinum and Diamond Clip/Brooch (BO13201), a Pearl and Diamond continue reading
Magazine - Our American Retro 18 karat gold bracelet, featuring rows of faceted cones is featured in the February 2012 issue of Marie Claire, Circa 1940's Dimensions: 7 1/2” length x 1 5/8” in width, Item #: BA-11671 continue reading
Boston Museum -
2011 has been the year that jewelry graduated from luxury adornment to curated artwork. Famed Italian jeweler Bulgari took over the entire Grand Palais in Paris for a lavish exhibition chronicling their 150 years. New York’s Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum hosted “Set continue reading
Wall Street Journal Reports: - Through the New York Restoration Project's Gardens for the City program, Hillary Macklowe surprised her husband with the gift of a new schoolyard garden for about 900 students at P.S. 123 in Bushwick, Brooklyn. continue reading
Antiques & Fine Arts Magazine - Autumn/Winter 2010 - Louis Comfort Tiffany’s colored glass window, Parakeets and Gold Fish Bowl, was recently donated to the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, by MFA board president Barbara L. Alfond and her husband Theodore. This window was created by Tiffany to showcase continue reading
Antiques Magazine - The Minneapolis Institute of Arts recently acquired a games table Designed by Henry van de Velde and made By H. Schneidemantel Hofkunsttischlerei, Weimar, Germany, circa 1906. Belgian-born Henry van de Velde was a leading avant-garde designer in the French Art Nouveau and German continue reading
The Morgan Library & Museum’s landmark McKim Building will reopen Saturday, October 30, after the first major interior restoration since its construction more than 100 years ago. The building, designed by the firm of McKim, Mead and White, was once the private study and library of financier continue reading
Aka, Ben Macklowe makes a brief visit to The European Fine Art Fair in Maastricht.
So your intrepid Art Nouveau traveler was recently at it again, flying in commando-style for a one-day whirlwind tour of The European Fine Art Fair, held in Maastricht, the Netherlands. After a cramped overnight flight continue reading
Palm Beach Daily News - By DARRELL HOFHEINZ
Home & Loggia Editor
Friday, February 05, 2010
With more than 180 exhibitors filling the Palm Beach County Convention Center, next week's Palm Beach Jewelry, Art & Antique Show promises plenty of rare and collectible merchandise in a wide range continue reading
Artdaily.org - Rare finds abound at The American International Fine Art Fair (AIFAF), slated for February 3-8, 2010 at the Palm Beach County Convention Center. The only American international art and antiques fair rated 5-stars by The Art Newspaper, AIFAF has established itself as a premier destination continue reading
New York Times - Just the Place to Find an Egyptian Sarcophagus
By Ken Johnson
If you are in the market for a 14,000-pound, six-foot-tall urn carved from a block of pink Tennessee marble and encircled by a neo-Classical frieze of Indians hunting buffalo and engaging in intertribal warfare, hurry over continue reading
NY Daily News - By William Sherman
An A.D. 100 Roman torso of Hercules: $1.2 million; Abraham Lincoln's letter chastising a Civil War general: $675,000; an American chest of drawers, circa 1785: $495,000. The items are among more than $300 million worth of rare art, jewelry and antiquities for sale continue reading
The Magazine Antiques - There is no arguing with the idea that the Winter Antiques Show, which opened last night at the Park Avenue Armory in New York, is the BIG one. Now in its fifty-sixth year, its seventy-five dealers from around the world are showcasing some of the very best in the decorative arts, continue reading
Greenwhich Citizen - And the buyers were back!
By Anne W. Semmes
A rich array of the decorative arts took center stage over the weekend at the 52nd annual Greenwich Antique Show held at the Old Greenwich Civic Center, with more in the mood to buy this year. There were upscale items aplenty with price continue reading
Latin American Art -
Palm Beach, FL – December 22, 2009 – More than 30 new exhibitors will join an exclusive list of returning galleries at the six-day American International Fine Art Fair (AIFAF), February 3-8 at the Palm Beach County Convention Center. AIFAF, the only international art continue reading
The American International Fine Art Fair
Palm Beach County Convention Center
February 3 – 8
A few weeks later, the American International Fine Art Fair takes over. Now in its 14th year, the event attracts a well-heeled international crowd with treasures that span time and space, from ancient continue reading
Art & Antiques Weekly - LOS ANGELES-
The Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens and the Los Angeles County Museum of Art has announced the joint purchase of an iconic chair designed by groundbreaking English architect, graphic artist, and craftsman Arthur Heygate Mackmurdo (1851–1942). continue reading
Antiques & The Arts Online - DALLAS - The Dallas Museum of Art has acquired a major work for its decorative arts collection: a corner chair with sinuous fretwork design by Charles Rohlfs (1853–1936). It is one of the most inventive and whimsical examples of household furniture by one of America's continue reading
Art Knowledge News - LONDON- Sir John Soane’s Museum in London and independent charity The Art Fund today announce the return of a lost treasure to the Museum – a gold mourning ring containing a lock of Napoleon’s hair, one of Sir John Soane’s prized possessions. This acquisition continue reading
For those of you looking to gauge the current state of the market in fine and decorative arts, look no further than Macklowe Gallery's participation in "Modernism: A Century of Style and Design" which took place last week at New York's 7th Regiment Armory.
After skipping one year, we decided continue reading
PR Newswire - NEW YORK, Nov. 17 /PRNewswire/ -- The Winter Antiques Show celebrates its 56th year as America's most prestigious antiques show, providing museums, established collectors, dealers, design professionals and first-time buyers with opportunities to see and purchase exceptional pieces showcased continue reading
Art Knowledge News - NEW YORK, NY.- Sanford L. Smith & Associates’ two fall fairs become one superlative art and design event this year. In the past, ART20 occupied the historic Park Avenue Armory in early November, with Modernism directly following. continue reading
Dave Itzkoff for the New York Times
Put the filmmakers Steven Spielberg and George Lucas together and you are certain to get something that is very costly and deeply nostalgic. Their latest collaboration, however, isn’t a science-fiction adventure or another “Indiana Jones” sequel, continue reading
Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art announced today that Don Bacigalupi has been appointed director of the museum, and will start in late-October 2009. Since 2003, Bacigalupi has served as president, director, and CEO of the Toledo Museum of Art. Alice Walton, founder and chair of the board, made continue reading
Macklowe Gallery’s Tiffany Mosaic week has come to a close, and we are proud to announce that it was a great success! After months of planning the week kicked off with a book signing featuring author Edith Crouch and her recently published “The Mosaics of Louis Comfort Tiffany. continue reading
What a great weekend I had as a judge for the American Gem Trade Association’s “Spectrum Awards”! I was asked by Robert Bentley (www.robertbentelygemstones.com), Chairman of AGTA to be one of six judges for this prestigious juried competition. continue reading
Macklowe Gallery is excited to be included on an upcoming segment of the Martha Stewart show. The segment will feature pieces from the book “Chairs” by Judith Miller. Ms. Miller selected three chairs from Macklowe Gallery for inclusion in her book, including a lovely continue reading
"Working closely with the MC fashion team and stylist Leslie Fremer on our cover shoot, Ashley brought to life her vision of a light and airy yet intimate portrait. Antiqued silk and lace lingerie were a nod to the 1930's, while nubby sweaters kept the looks grounded in modernity. Vintage-inspired continue reading
From Ben Macklowe's Travel Log: - I was starting to get embarrassed whenever clients would ask me about the birthplace of French Art Nouveau, so Hillary and I decided to visit Nancy during our recent trip to France. With our friend Amelie Marcilhac, who has written extensively on the works of such Art continue reading
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The Georges de La Tour Museum in Vic-sur-Seille, a site owned by the Moselle Conseil Général, is paying homage to Emile Gallé (1846-1904), who founded the École de Nancy in 1901. He was committed to regenerating the arts of decoration, and continue reading
Artdaily.org June 2009 - The Buffalo Niagara Convention & Visitors Bureau is giving Frank Lloyd Wright fans around the world the opportunity to "Win the Ultimate Frank Lloyd Wright Weekend in Buffalo." The winner of the contest will receive the extremely rare experience of spending two nights continue reading
The Minneapolis Post, May 18, 2009 - The Minneapolis Institute of Arts announced today that the museum has hired Eike Schmidt to take the helm as curator of the institution's decorative arts department. Schmidt is internationally known for his expertise in European sculpture: He was associate curator continue reading
Reseau Art News, May 12, 2009 - The restoration work of the Residence Major Pessoa in Aveiro has just come to an end. Built in 1909, the Casa Major Pessoa is one of the most remarkable Art Nouveau buildings in the city of Aveiro, a town that is especially well known in Portugal for its representative continue reading
The New York Times, May 6, 2009 - For some people, the notion that any chair, let alone one upholstered in puffy brown leather with dragon-shaped arms and offered for sale during an economic crisis, might be worth $28.3 million would be far-fetched. Robert and Cheska Vallois, however, recently paid that continue reading
The Art Newspaper May 29, 2009 - No other city in the world is more closely associated with the art of glassmaking than Venice, so it is fitting that "Glass Stress", a new survey of modern and contemporary glass art, opens on 6 June. The show brings together commissioned pieces by artists such continue reading
National Jeweler Network, May 2009 - The World Gold Council's "Leaves of Change" celebrity-designed jewelry collection raised tens of thousands of dollars for charity last night, with actresses Brooke Shields and Marcia Gay Harden showing their support by wearing their own necklace designs to continue reading
National Jeweler Network, May 2009 - U.S. retail store sales increased 0.5 percent last week compared with the same period the year before, the first positive year-over-year rating since early December 2008 and the largest since November 29, 2008, according to the latest study from the International Council continue reading
The Columbus Museum, April 25, 2009 - Dr. Stephen Harrison, Curator of Decorative Arts and Design at the Cleveland Museum of Art, addressed "Early Modernism in the Work of Louis Comfort Tiffany". continue reading
Antiques and Fine Arts Spring 2009 - The Corning Museum of Glass has the largest and most comprehensive public collection of American glass in existence, with more than 20,000 pieces ranging in date from the mid-eighteenth century to the present day. Unlike cabinetmaking and silversmithing, glassmaking continue reading
Crain's New York Business, March 20, 2009 - NEW YORK - The Pierre Hotel is gearing up for its re-opening in June after a $100 million renovation that closed the stately property more than a year ago. Owned by Taj Hotels Resorts and Palace of India, The Pierre embarked on the revamp during much better continue reading
WWD, March 19, 2009 - "A jewelry exhibition at Les Arts Décoratifs that kicked off March 19, 2009 is billed as the first show ever dedicated to a niche band of jewelry designers who, having bloomed in the Thirties, straddled the Art Deco and Modernist periods. The exhibition culminates in continue reading
Jewelers Circular Keystone, Feb 01, 2009 - World renowned expert on Art Nouveau Jewelry, Dr. Joseph Sataloff, died on Sept. 26. He was 89 years old. Dr. Sataloff of Bala Cynwyd, Pa., a Philadelphia suburb, was first and foremost a physician, an Otolaryngologist. continue reading
As reported by Maine Antiques Digest, on December 18, 2008 Sotheby's New York sold a rare Tiffany Studios "Pebble" lamp for $746,500. While this was a world record price for this model, it also represented a shrewd investment by its consignor, who had acquired the lamp from Macklowe Gallery, continue reading
Despite the gloomy economic back-drop that has rattled even the wealthiest Americans, there were brisk sales at David Lester's latest acquisition, the newly renamed American International Fine Art Fair. continue reading
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