Editor Gregory Cerio welcomes us to the January/February 2021 issue
I wondered how cultural institutions, desperate for attendance, were handling the restrictions forced by the coronavirus pandemic, and took a stroll along New York’s “Museum Mile” on Fifth Avenue.
Faithful readers will know that The Magazine ANTIQUES has a special affection for the small city of Hudson in upstate New York.
A new name has been added to the list of people I admire greatly: Azie Dungey
For weeks now, the staff of The Magazine ANTIQUES has been sheltering in place, in the now-familiar phrase.
If the Winter Show were a person, it would be one who is curious, intelligent, openminded, sophisticated in taste, generous of spirit, and eager to learn.
As is customary in journalism when the pages of the calendar are turned, I’d like to take a look back at the year gone by.
Last autumn in this space I wrote about some of the younger folks I have been pleased and heartened to meet in the course of my work—still in their twenties and with a deep, abiding interest in the fine and decorative arts and architecture of the past.
The cover for this issue is fun, charming, and cheerful, and there are very few occasions, in my estimation, on which fun, charm, and cheer are not welcome
The Statue of Liberty Museum opened in May on Liberty Island with much fanfare and celebrity wattage, Oprah Winfrey leading the lights.