Steve Kaufman Art at Hotel Sans Souci Wein

    The Sans Souci Wein is a spectacular boutique hotel and hotspot featuring original artwork by Steve Kaufman, Allen Jones, and Roy Lichtenstein, and located in Vienna, Austria’s artsy Spittelberg district just minutes from MuseumsQuartier. Phillipe Starck design group Yoo recently restored and redesigned this 1872 historical building, merging Viennese architecture with modern design, and … Continue reading

Steve Kaufman Art at Hotel George, Washington DC

    We wanted to share how Steve Kaufman (SAK) pop art adds vibrance and sharp color to the inviting, modern atmosphere and hip amenities at the Hotel George in downtown Washington, DC. Located in the heart of the Capitol Hill business district and convenient to Union Station, The Hotel George is a bold boutique … Continue reading

Another Look at Art and Money

In response to the recent article “Art Values or Money Values?” by Donald Kuspit, we feel that art is still the best investment to make.  Stocks and bonds are always fluctuating.  The economy is currently unstable, yet art has never fluctuated and has only gone up in value.  Kuspit’s article may be referenced here:  http://www.artnet.com/magazineus/features/kuspit/kuspit3-6-07.asp . … Continue reading

Art: A Recession-Proof Investment?

Is art a recession-proof investment?  We cannot help but note that in recent weeks, at least three newsworthy art purchases have been made:  In February 2012, it was reported that the oil-rich country of Qatar paid a record $250 million for the Paul Cezanne painting, “The Card Players,” a record price for any work of … Continue reading

Should art be collected for its beauty and how it makes you feel, or should it collected for an investment?

Should art be collected for its beauty and how it makes you feel, or should it collected for an investment?  What is your opinion?

Art or Advertising?

Andy Warhol painted Campbell’s Soup cans, Brilllo boxes, perfume bottles, and many other objects that we see every day.  He looked at these products and saw art.  Warhol created oil paint on canvas silkscreens of these everyday products, and art collectors weren’t quite sure how to react to them.  Some looked at his paintings as glorified ads. … Continue reading