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November 16, 2016

New York Times: Christie’s Auction Results That WOW

The yellow, green and red painting — “Abstraktes Bild (809-2),” from three seven-foot-high 1994 abstracts that Mr. Clapton had bought at Sotheby’s in 2001 for $3.4 million — sold to the Richard Gray Gallery of Chicago and New York for $22.1 million with fees, having been estimated at $18 million to $25 million.

“The whole world has been asking itself, ‘How is the art market going to do?’” the New York dealer Robert Mnuchin said. “It was a very respectable sale.”


Could it be the weirdest gift ever?

John Lennon and Yoko Ono’s son Sean revealed that Andy Warhol gave him the fright of his life when he bought him a taxidermy cat as a gift for his eighth birthday.

September 13, 2016


Miya’s treatment of surface requires an extraordinary level of ability, knowledge and skill, and her technique combines subtlety and understatement with a planetary scope of view.

“I think of artwork as part of a dialogue or conversation as opposed to a soliloquy. The artist makes a work and the viewer responds. I very much like to think of the making of art as participating in this form of communication, one that occurs whether I myself am physically present or not. I like the idea of a silent/non-verbal communication.” – Miya Ando


June 23, 2016

The Museum of Modern Art plans a giant Louise Lawler retrospective for 2017. Check out the article here.

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June 12, 2016

Follow the link here to view recent press on the amazing “I am not a Trophy” series 212GALLERY artist Arno Elias is doing to help protect animals from game hunting.

December 5, 2015

During Fashion and Art Night Out, January 20th from 6-9pm, guests of Aspen Gay Ski Week are encouraged to walk around and shop and join us at the gallery for an evening of libations and fun! We will be featuring the daring and sexy artwork of Karl Hollinger, Anja Van Herle, Patti Kelly and Jota Leal.

September 22, 2015

212GALLERY is pleased to present the artwork of two Los Angeles based artists, ZIBA and GARY JOHN.  These artists create dynamic and energetic “Street Pop” paintings that elicit provocative commentary through the layering of imagery that incorporates familiar icons of American popular culture, both vintage and contemporary.