It’s usually not good to discover rats’ nests in your walls, but a serendipitous turn of events in Charleston has revealed what a treasure they can hold
Spring going on Summer 2020: a season of no shows, no fairs, no fun at all for those of us who love the touch of antique objects
It all started with a hair bun
A new name has been added to the list of people I admire greatly: Azie Dungey
Stair Galleries hosted two sales from the legendary holdings of collector and interior designer extraordinaire Mario Buatta, who passed away in 2018
If you’ve listened to our podcast, Curious Objects, you probably already know about the exhibition inaugurating the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation’s renovated and enlarged art museums
Formerly associate executive director—and current steering committee member—of the Winter Show, Diaz-Griffith is also a member of the Society of Architectural Historians, the Decorative Arts Trust, and the Royal Oak Foundation.
Ultimately, caricature is a failure of the imagination
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.
Michelson’s work introduces the history of Native Americans during the Revolutionary War, using video, sound, print, and AR to reveal forgotten layers of the past.