Renowned art dealer Larry Gagosian opened this pop-art boutique and bookstore just a couple of doors north of his eponymous Upper East Side gallery in September 2009. The gray-tone, sparsely decorated shop exhibits a curator’s touch, with smart accent lighting highlighting artful pieces for the home, like Marc Newson’s marble furniture series or a shapely Richard Prince Nurse Hat chair. Though the striking offerings range from affordable bedroom wares (a $20 Lichtenstein poster) to amateur collectors’ items (signed litho prints by Damien Hirst for $275) to bona fide rarities (Warhol’s Polaroid self-portrait, $25,000), the main commodity here is weighty hardcover art tomes on Modernist art figures like Jeff Koons, Bob

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Seattle Art Fair 2015: Smack in the Middle of Summer
Seattle Art Fair 2015: Smack in the Middle of Summer

Collectors Tip | Lorenzo Pereira

Seattle Art Fair will feature 50 local, regional and international art galleries presenting top-tier modern and contemporary art.

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