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Palm Beach: Modern + Contemporary January 11 – January 15 2018

Join Masterworks Fine Art at Palm Beach: Modern + Contemporary hosted from Thursday January 11th – Monday January 15th. Starting with a VIP Preview night and continuing throughout the weekend, Palm Beach: Modern + Contemporary brings together a wonderful collection of previous exhibitors and new ones to showcase an array of contemporary and modern art. This […]

The LA Art Show: Modern + Contemporary January 10-14

  Join Masterworks Fine Art at The LA Art Show: Modern + Contemporary 2018 hosted from Wednesday January 10th – Sunday January 14th. Kicking off with an Opening Night Premiere Party on Wednesday, The LA Art Show will exhibit exceptional painting, works on paper, sculpture, performance, etc. Known for providing dynamic experiences for its audience, over […]

SOFA Chicago 2017

SOFA Chicago 2017 Nov 2nd – Nov 5th

  Join Masterworks Fine Art at SOFA Chicago 2017: The Sculpture Objects Functional Art and Design Fair hosted from Thursday November 2nd – Sunday November 5th. Starting with a VIP Preview night  Thursday and continuing through the weekend, SOFA Chicago focuses on three-dimensional artworks that cross the boundaries of fine art, decorative art and design. […]

Art New York

Art New York May 3rd – 7th

Join Masterworks Fine Art at Art New York from May 3rd – 7th. Kicking off the fair with an opening night VIP preview party, Art New York continues throughout the weekend with a large number of international galleries exhibiting their many works, special exhibitions, and events. This year’s show will take place at Pier 94, […]

Art Market San Francisco

Art Market San Francisco

Join Masterworks Fine Art at Art Market San Francisco hosted from Thursday April 27th – Sunday April 30th. Starting with a VIP Preview night and continuing throughout the weekend, Art Market San Francisco brings together a wonderful collection of previous exhibitors and new ones to showcase an array of contemporary and modern art. This year’s […]

Pablo Picasso Head of a Young Woman, 1906

Picasso Seized on Yacht

Pablo Picasso Head of a Young Woman, 1906 was seized from Spanish banker’s Jaime Botín yacht off the island of Corsica this past week. The Spanish culture ministry had been blocking Botín’s efforts to export the work since 2012, on the grounds that there was “no similar work on Spanish territory” from that period of the […]

Art and Medicine: Teaching about illness through art article by Masterworks Fine Art Gallery

Art and Medicine: Teaching about illness through art

The David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA has been working in conjunction with guest artist Ted Meyer for the past five years to educate doctors about illness through art. Meyer curates artist talks and exhibitions that are designed for first and second year medical students, most of whom have not yet had an opportunity […]

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NYC Art on Paper Premier Art Fair March 2nd – 5th

Join our gallery at the Premier Art show in NYC this week; Art on Paper NYC from March 2nd – 5th. Starting with an opening preview on the 2nd and continuing throughout the weekend, Art on Paper brings together an international collection of galleries showcasing works that are unified by their paper medium. This year’s show […]

Rodin young girl with serpent, 1886 showing by Masterworks Fine Art Gallery

What the “Young Girl with Serpent” by Rodin Teaches Us

Young Girl with Serpent (1886) by Auguste Rodin was stolen from a Beverly Hills home in 1991, in addition to over $1 million  worth of property including an additional Rodin sculpture, The Eternal Spring . The case had gone unsolved for over 20 years until 2011, when the statue estimated to be worth around $100,000 was […]

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Henri Matisse and Pablo Picasso: Competitive Dialogue

Henri Matisse and Pablo Picasso were introduced in 1906 by Gertrude Stein. Thus began a long and artistically bountiful competitive dialogue between the two great artists. Though Matisse once said about the pair that they were “as different as the north pole is from the south pole,” their careers ran largely parallel partly due to […]

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Pablo Picasso Linocuts: A Master of the Medium

Pablo Picasso was an innovator in every art form that he worked in, from painting, to ceramic, to printmaking. He frequently pushed the bounds of the possible, and made the medium his own. Picasso was talented in etching from the beginning of his artistic career. It was not until 1939, however, that Picasso tried at […]

Alexander Calder Mobile of Modern Art Sculpture

The Mobiles of Alexander Calder

The Mobiles of Alexander Calder: The mobiles of Alexander Calder take a magnificent place in the history of Modern Art. What we now see hanging above the beds of toddlers, entrancing young children everywhere, started as an avant-garde art undertaking. Calder was raised by a sculptor father and painter mother. He attended school for Mechanical […]

Palm Beach Modern

Palm Beach Modern Contemporary Art Fair

Join us at the Palm Beach Modern and Contemporary Art Fair from Thursday January 12th to Sunday January 15th. With an opening night premier party and a variety of international artists and exhibitors including Masterworks Fine Art Gallery, the Palm Beach Modern and Contemporary Art Fair offers a full weekend of activities and exploration. This […]

LA Art Show

LA Art Show 2017

Join us at the LA Art Show from Wednesday January 11th to Sunday January 15th. With fine art lectures, artist performances, an opening night premiere party, and various art exhibits including Masterwork’s, the show offers a full weekend of activities and exploration. The LA Art show is held at the Los Angeles Convention Center across […]

Ai Weiwei Opens First Solo Show in China

Ai Weiwei Opens First Solo Show in China

Ai Weiwei opened his first solo exhibition in China last month. The eponymously titled exhibition “Ai Weiwei” opened at Galeria Continua at the Tang Contemporary Art Center in 798, the art district in Beijing. Forbidden from leaving China since 2011, Ai has been living and working out of his Beijing compound, and only exhibiting internationally, […]

American Artist Series: Andy Warhol

American Artist Series: Andy Warhol

In honor of the 4th of July, we will be looking at famous American artists in our collection who have left an impact on the art world and perhaps the most important one is Andy Warhol: Andy Warhol grew up in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania where he struggled as a child but found solace in his mother, […]

American Artist Series: Jasper Johns | Masterworks Fine Art

American Artist Series: Jasper Johns

In honor of the 4th of July, we will be looking at famous American artists in our collection who have left an impact on the art world and one in particular who stands out is Jasper Johns: Jasper Johns grew up in South Carolina, moving from home to home and never really knew what art […]

Alberto Giacometti Sets Mark on Market

Giacometti Sets Mark on Market

Alberto Giacometti sets auctions records regularly, so when his most beloved 1947 70-inch (180-cm) bronze sculpture, “Pointing Man” came up for auction last month it was expected to fetch more than $130 million, but what it actually sold for was $141 million. Proving once more how in demand the artist is and how his artwork […]

The Man, The Myth, Picasso

The Man, The Myth, Picasso

The Man, The Myth, Picasso Few artists compare to Picasso’s oeuvre, artistic talent and personality. A man of many loves and secrets, he lived an exciting life that was full of passion and adventure, so it is no wonder that many misconceptions surround him. Some are fanciful, some are horrible and some are unbelievable. However […]

Picasso’s Lithographs

Museum Acquires Rare Picasso Glass Work

The National Museum of Scotland in Edinburgh has paid £22,500 to acquire a proof of rare Pablo Picasso glass work Capra. Pablo Picasso designed the work in 1954 and Italian glass maker Egidio Constantini produced it, after which another seven variants were made. The work is made from black, white and iridescent glass, and will be […]

A Happy Birthday to Mary Cassatt, May 25 | Masterworks Fine Art

A Happy Birthday to Mary Cassatt, May 25

A Happy Birthday to Mary Cassatt, May 25 Mary Cassatt is a fascinating woman as she is best known and loved for her tender portrayals of mothers with children but was not a mother herself. Instead, she pursued the path of becoming an artist in a time when female artists were looked down upon. Her […]

Henri Rousseau, A Happy Birthday May 21 | Masterworks Fine Art

Henri Rousseau, A Happy Birthday May 21

Henri Rousseau, A Happy Birthday May 21 Henri Rousseau was a French Post-Impressionist painter known for his creation of the Naïve or Primitive manner in which art was a completely natural expression. In his art in particular there resonates an innocence and charm that won him the admiration of the avant-garde during his lifetime. He […]

Rare Picasso’s to come onto the Market Thanks to Marina Picasso

Picasso Breaks Another Art World Record

Pablo Picasso’s Women of Algiers (Version O) has beat out Francis Bacon’s triptych Three Studies of Lucian Freud to become the most expensive work of art ever sold at auction, breaking an art world record. Bacon’s triptych sold for $142.4 million at Christie’s in November 2013 and Picasso’s Women of Algiers (Version O) sold for […]

Matisse: The Cut Outs Exhibition Gets a Movie | Matisse LIVE

Matisse: The Cut Outs Exhibition Gets a Movie

The exhibition Matisse: The Cut Outs that was most recently at the Museum of Modern Art in New York was a phenomenal success. Bringing to light one of the often-ignored stages in Matisse’s career, the show was informative and bold. Accompanying the show, which some individuals may not have been aware of is a film […]

Fondation Custodia - Little Known but Historic Drawing Collection in Paris

Fondation Custodia – The Little Known but Historic Drawing Collection in Paris

Hidden away behind the Assemblée Nationale in Paris is a little known art foundation that keeps an extraordinary collection of historical old master drawings. Located in the Hôtel Turgot, the Fondation Custodia was established by the renowned Dutch connoisseur and collector Frits Lugt back in 1947. As one of the most famous authorities on old […]

Happy Birthday Vlaminck

Happy Birthday Vlaminck April 4th!

Happy Birthday Vlaminck April 4th! Maurice de Vlaminck was a talented writer, musician and of course artist. Having grown up with two musicians as parents he effortlessly played the violin and was highly immersed in the arts which is why it is no wonder he choose to pursue an artistic career. The fascinating thing about […]

Happy Birthday Raphael

Happy Birthday Raphael!

Raphael was born today and passed away today leaving an impressive oeuvre. Known as the greatest painter in history, he was a fascinating man who lived in a time with Leonardo da Vinci and Michelangelo, who were also masters at their craft and made it no easy feat to stand out. As Raphael and Michelangelo […]

Happy Birthday Goya, The Master of Old and New

Happy Birthday Goya, The Master of Old and New

Happy Birthday Goya, The Master of Old and New A master on the edge of two worlds, old and modern, Francisco Goya was admired for his realistic portraits, romanticism, and later in life his darkness. He was a complicated man who wanted nothing more than to express himself and was able to accomplish that at the […]

Happy Birthday Van Gogh | Masterworks Fine Art Gallery

Happy Birthday Van Gogh!

Happy Birthday Van Gogh! Born on March 30, 1853, Vincent Van Gogh is one of the most influential artists ever, although he received little appreciation during his life time. Embodying the myth of the tortured artist, Van Gogh’s paintings are remembered for their expressive use of line and coloration. How we view his artwork is often […]

The Genius of Van Gogh | A Reflection on the Famous Artist

The Genius of Van Gogh

The Genius of Van Gogh A tortured soul, Vincent van Gogh was a unique artist who worked with a sense of urgency which often caused him a great deal of stress. Largely self-taught, van Gogh started his career copying prints and reading nineteenth-century drawing manuals and books. With his signature technique growing out of the […]

Kunstmuseum Collection at the Reina Sofia Modern Art Museum

Kunstmuseum Collection at the Reina Sofia Modern Art Museum

With the Kunstmuseum in Switzerland currently closed due to renovations, they have traveled 150 of their most impressive artworks to the Reina Sofia Modern Art Museum in Spain. The artworks from the Kunstmuseum collection will be on display for 180 days and include works by Picasso, Warhol, Van Gogh, Kandinsky, Giacometti, Monet, Klee, Gauguin, Rothko, […]

Artexpo New York

Artexpo New York 2015

This year marks Artexpo New York’s 37th year bringing Galleries, Publishers, Designers and Collectors to one of the worlds largest markets. This year the show will be exhibiting over 400 artists with an estimated 25,000 art enthusiasts visiting. A spectacular event, Artexpo New York is show that should not be missed! Masterworks Fine Art Gallery […]

Cezanne and Miró Make Waves in the Market

Cezanne and Miró Make Waves in the Market

Several of diverse artists that Masterworks Fine Art features sold well at auction this past week, creating an interesting momentum in the market for surrealist and impressionist works.  Vue sur l’Estaque et le Château d’If (1883-1885), rare among Cezanne works due to its vertical-format landscape, sold for $20.5 million at a London auction yesterday, making […]

Frank Stella’s Year to Shine: Retrospective and New Works

Frank Stella’s Year to Shine

Frank Stella’s Year to Shine As one of the most revered American artists, Frank Stella is well known for his unique minimalist and post-abstract paintings in bright colors, which create vivid optical illusions. Popular and loved throughout the world, this year he makes quite a statement with a retrospective and new artwork. Currently showing at […]

Palm Beach Art, Antiques and Jewelry Show 2015

Palm Beach Art, Antiques and Jewelry Show 2015

The Palm Beach Art, Antiques and Jewelry Show is the areas most anticipated event this year making a spectacular splash of renowned Art Galleries, Finest Antique dealers and Jewelers. The show will bring over 100 acclaimed galleries with each exhibiting their nicest museum collection. Masterworks Fine Art Gallery will be showcasing a curated selection of works by 20th century Modern […]

Naples Art, Antique and Jewelry Show 2015

Naples Art, Antique and Jewelry Show 2015

  The Naples Art, Antique and Jewelry Show is one of the most anticipated events of the season will make its annual return to the Naples exhibition center. The show will feature a stunning collection from more than 60 internationally acclaimed exhibitors. The show space features 50,000 square feet to display some of the finest art, antiques and jewelry. Masterworks […]

LA Art Show 2015

LA Art Show 2015

TICKETS: Contact us for complimentary tickets for the Opening Night Preview and Regular Day tickets. Contact us for free guest passes! The LA Art Show is the premiere art fair that opens the art buying season, bringing together the worlds best galleries, antique dealers and most prominent jewelers. The event will be held at the Los Angeles Convention Center from […]

Sister Corita Kent, The Female Pop Artist with a Spiritual Message

Sister Corita Kent, The Female Pop Artist with a Spiritual Message

Pop art was a genre mainly dominated men in the art world in the 70’s, but Corita Kent or Sister Mary Corita Kent as she was also known, challenged that norm and the dominating message of consumerism. An American Catholic nun, educator, and artist, her works instead held spiritual messages of hope, love, and peace. […]

Rembrandt’s prints

Rembrandt, the Original “Selfie” Master

Fall television season is upon us and a new show called Selfie premiered that focuses on societies social media self-obsession in the digital age. It is an interesting topic to tackle in any form and many modern artists have attracted large crowds with their performance art shows and exhibitions addressing the issue. However no one […]

Previously Unknown Monet Discovered | Masterworks Fine Art

Previously Unknown Monet Discovered

Cornelius Gurlitt, the son of Hildebrand Gurlitt, one of four dealers allowed under the Nazis to buy and sell the modern, or “degenerate,” art, made headlines in 2012 when it was discovered that he had hidden 1,280 paintings, drawings and sketches — believed to be worth hundreds of millions of dollars — in his Munich […]

Football is Back! A Celebration with an Art Analogy

Football is Back! A Celebration with an Art Analogy

American football season has officially begun and we here at Masterworks love our art and enjoy our NFL. Everybody has a favorite team that they prefer based on their output and personal attachments, much like everybody has a favorite artist they prefer for those same reasons, which is why it’s interesting to make the comparison […]

Andy Warhol: Into the Future | Warhol's Forgotten Digital Artworks

Andy Warhol: Into the Future

Andy Warhol was a pioneer by many standards due to his love of experimentation. This past week Warhol’s experimentation took an interesting turn as it was revealed he created digital artworks, which were released for the first time in over 25 years. Among the rediscovered artworks are Campbell’s Soup cans, self portraits, bananas, Marilyn Monroe, […]

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Masterworks Fine Art Gallery featured on the Huffington Post News

We here at Masterworks Fine Art would like to share great news with you. Our gallery was featured in an article written by Huffington Post contributor Bruce Helander. A 2014 inductee to the Florida Artists Hall of Fame, Mr. Helander was a Former Editor-in-Chief for ‘The Art Economist’ as well as a White House Fellow […]

De Chirico Authentication Board

The De Chirico Authentication Board, Starting to Crack?

Much along the lines of the Andy Warhol Foundation, which used to authenticate works by Warhol until legal troubles became an issue, the Giorgio and Isa de Chirico Foundation which currently authenticates works by De Chirico is finding itself in the same hot water although under different, very interesting circumstances. As is discussed in the […]

Musee Matisse

The Musee Matisse

Located in le Cateau-Cambrésis, the Musée Matisse houses the third largest collection of Henri Matisse’s work in France. Matisse was born and raised in le Cateau- Cambrésis, and it was here that he first began to explore his artistic potential.  While we often associate Matisse’s bold use of color and light with the warmth of […]


Craft’s Acceptance and Celebration in the Fine Arts

The introduction of craft into the world of Fine Art with a capital A is hardly a brand new concept. For centuries, the World’s Fairs have showcased visual culture from regions that didn’t fit into the standards of Western ideals, albeit the earlier results may have been not the most culturally sensitive. As the Modern […]

Le Reve

The Value of Pablo Picasso’s “Le Reve”

Le Reve, 1932 by Pablo Picasso has had quite the adventure since its creation. Created in 1932 by Picasso, this work was originally part of the collection of Victor and Sally Ganz who purchased the work in 1941 for $7,000. Put up for auction by the family in 1997, this work sold for $48 million […]

love in art

Valentine’s Day: the Pleasure of Viewing Love in Art

With Valentine’s Day this week, the concept of love in art work is more prevalent than any other time of year. Ken Johnson, art critic for New York Times, provided an editorial musing about the themes of love he found in art around New York City including Metropolitan Museum of Art , and the Whitney Museum. From “Sleeping Eros” sculpture […]


The Gemäldegalerie: Out with the Old and in with the Modern?

The Prussian Cultural Heritage Foundation has ignited an uproar in Berlin over its proposed relocation of famed Old Master works currently at the Gemäldegalerie.  The Gemäldegalerie houses one of the world’s most prized collections of European art from the 13th – 18th century, including works by famed masters such as Rembrandt, Dürer, Van Eyck, Raphael, Caravaggio, Vermeer, […]


Pablo Picasso, the forge & the kiln: the art of partnership

Pablo Picasso, the forge & the kiln: the art of partnership Picasso’s relationship with Egidio Costantini echoes his partnership with Suzanne and Georges Ramié, of the Madoura Pottery in Vallauris, France. The two men initially met in the small French town in 1954, though their working relationship would begin a few years later when Peggy Guggenheim […]

picasso lithographs

Masters of Printmaking: Pablo Picasso and His Original Lithographs

There is no denying that Pablo Picasso (Malaga, 1881 – Mougins, 1973) is the greatest artist of the 20th century. Loved and admired around the world, Picasso’s artworks are a symbol of creativity and ingenuity.  Ranging from paintings, ceramics, glass, lithography, linocuts and etchings, everything Picasso created from Cubism to Modern Art inspired and influenced […]

Cultural Heritage

New Ways of Protecting Cultural Heritage

Cultural heritage is unique and irreplaceable, which places the responsibility of preservation on the current generation. Whether it is art or monuments, tangible heritage is always at risk and nowhere is this seen to be truer than in Iraq (technically Afghanistan as well but that’s for another blog). Many are aware of the recent history of […]


Memories of Hundertwasser House, Vienna

Although it was cold and blustery during my visit to Hundertwasserhaus a few years ago, these increasingly summery days remind me of this particular “house in harmony with nature.” The multi-colored apartment building stands out in my mind, in front of some schnitzel gone bad (don’t ask) and an evening viewing art in the Museumsquartier, […]

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Secret Nazi Art Horde: Intentions of a Treasure Hunter

The greatest theft of art in 20th century history was the theft carried out by Nazi Germany, beginning in 1933 and lasting until the end of World War II. Shrouded in secrecy, the Nazis launched a methodical and well-conceived campaign to confiscate and loot Europe of its most valuable art treasures. In this continual drama, […]

Berthe Morisot

Berthe Morisot Revived

For the first time in over 70 years, Berthe Morisot, the major female figure of the Impressionist movement, has her own retrospective show at the Musée Marmottan Monet in France.  The collection will exhibit paintings, pastels, sketches, furnishings, and personal documents that tell the story of Morisot’s exceptional career. As an adored muse of the […]

Gardner Art Heist

Gardner Art Heist: Could the Mystery be over?

Gardner Art Heist: Could the Mystery be over? The Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston experienced one of the most famous American art heists in recent memory that has yet to be solved. In 1990, two men dressed as Boston police officers made off with 13 masterworks: three Rembrandts, a Vermeer, a Flinck, five Degas […]

Dürer Self-portrait

Dürer lovers and soccer fans…who knew?

When Albrecht Dürer painted Self-portrait (1500), he probably never envisioned a stadium full of soccer fans joining a public – and heated – debate over its display. Then again, maybe the 28-year-old artist didn’t know he would become an icon for his state of Franconia (now part of Bavaria). “Dürer back to his city!” read […]

3-D Printing

3-D Printing: The Way of the Future?

Additive manufacturing, also known as 3-D printing or rapid prototyping, is a technique that operates by “building an object layer by individual layer in a single process. Some 3-D printers pipe melted plastic through a nozzle in a process called fused deposition modeling (FDM); higher-tech methods, like stereolithography (SLA) run lasers through a vat of […]

Eye on the market

STOP! News Time: Art Market

B-levels are the new A-levels, if not in the realm of United Kingdom academic tests, than at least in the art world. That’s to say, gone are the days when February auctions of Impressionist, modern and contemporary art evoke nothing more than a wrinkled nose of interest.

Influence of Picasso

Tate Britain: New Exhibition Offers a Fresh Perspective on the Influence of Picasso

Pablo Picasso is known as the greatest artist of the 20th century. His staggering output of more than 20,000 paintings, drawings, prints, ceramics, sculptures, and photographs, gave him an exposure unprecedented for a living artist. Combine that with the fact that he created cubism (with Georges Braque), invented collage, and painted an art masterpiece (“Guernica”), […]

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The Art of Hanging Art

Hanging art is a delicate balance between you, the strength of your wall, and the valuable object you are about to place several feet above the ground. We’ve all experienced the moment of dread when we hear the crash after the work has fallen from the mounting on the wall and think to ourselves, “Great, […]

Warhol, Warhol, Warhol

Warhol, Warhol, Warhol

Warhol, Warhol, Warhol: Still Selling Consistently High on the Art Market The talk of the art market these past weeks have all surrounded Andy Warhol, proving once again that you can never go wrong when investing in Warhol. Warhol’s works are still consistently selling at high prices, with over of 52 Warhol’s having gone and/or […]


Muses: The Women That Inspire

Artists have been moved for centuries by the beauty, grace, and body of the female. Their model, lover, or wife acted not only as their muses, but also as their collaborators. From influencing the subject matter to assisting in the creation process and production, women were at the center of the famous artists lives. Take […]

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What is “original”?

A print is termed, “original” if the artist of the design has worked on the printing element himself, as opposed to reproductive and interpretative prints which involve the use of an intermediary person to reproduce the design onto the printing element. Original prints are often only produced in small numbers; they may be numbered and […]

museum archival framing

What is “museum archival framing”?

Museum archival framing refers to the strict use of materials and techniques that provide protection to framed works of art on paper. Paper is sensitive to its surroundings as it can be adversely affected by dampness, changes in temperature and humidity, restriction of movement, and exposure to light. Paper will also react to the materials […]

Agam donation

Agam donation to Oakland Hebrew Day School

Agam donation to Oakland Hebrew Day School Understanding the chromatics of Rothko. Attempting the complex construction of the Tower of Babel. Art at Oakland Hebrew Day School isn’t just an activity, it is core to the curriculum. OHDS recently received a Yaakov Agam original limited edition, pencil signed, silk screen, created in 1979 to honor […]


An Interview with Alex Adelman

An Interview with Alex Adelman If you think it is scary walking into an art gallery and asking “how much is that Picasso in the window?”, consider how it feels going on eBay and seeing a Picasso for seventy-five thousand dollars only to look down two more items and find what appears to be the […]


Alex Adelman, “Fine art for a fine cause”, 2003

Article written the November 2003 issue of Kensington Outlook in Berkeley, California. MIRO, MIRO ON THE WALL: Art dealer Alex Adelman of Masterworks Fine Art Inc. stands by the work of artist Joan Miro. Since 1998, donations of art to the Kensington Education Foundation from Adelman raised more than $45,000 for the programs at Kensington […]

Gallery's Success

January 2002: Gallery’s Success is Anything but Virtual

Article written January 2002 by DECOR Magazine. Alex Adelman’s path to being a gallery owner has been somewhat circuitous. Although he’s been a collector of fine art since he was 15, his studies led him not only to art history, and printmaking, but to anthropology and archaeology as well. Then in the late 1980’s, while […]

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