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Sunday’s Auction House in NYC: Art Collecting for the Regular Person

June 14, 2013


“Most people are intimidated when they first come in, but soon they realize the guy calling the auction likes football, beer and chicken wings, and can have a normal conversation with them. It’s art collecting for the regular person.” This quote, from Sunday’s Auction House co-founder and auctioneer John Henninger, sums up the balance Sunday’s auction experience strives […]

We Will Always Miss the Old New York

May 17, 2013


“There’s no such thing as street photography.”[1]– celebrated street photographer Garry Winogrand Artists often refuse to acknowledge their output as art, so this sentiment, while paradoxical, is perhaps forgivable, until you actually look at Garry Winogrand’s photographs of the New York City streets. Each photograph is a powerful expression, too affecting and too curious not to […]