Thomaï Serdari on Fine Arts & Luxury
Les Lalanne at Paul Karmin Gallery. © Thomaï Serdari

In the history of art, monkeys have competed for as much of the spotlight as humans have.  Our fascination with our distant relatives is not new and can be traced all the way back to Egyptian art. Monkeys’ ability to mimic human behavior has proven irresistible to artists who use depictions of monkeys as a means […]

Ellsworth Kelly sculpture at the Morgan's Gilbert Court

It is great to call New York home, if not for anything else, for the wealth of resources and the multitude of opportunities to look at great art. There are only a few cities that can boast such a great number of cultural institutions that, in turn, mount exhibits all year long and keep their […]