A $2 million painting by Ellsworth Kelly and five light holograms by James Turrell, priced at $100,000 apiece, were among the first artworks snapped up by collectors at the opening of the Art Show in Manhattan.
<p>Kelly's "Plant Drawings" are currently on display at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York. Addressing his creative process, artistic peers, and private collection, Kelly spoke with James Tarmy amidst paintings and sculptures in his Hudson Valley studio.</p> <p>Left, Ellsworth Kelly in his studio, which is located with his offices on several manicured acres in the Hudson Valley.</p> Source: Photograph by James Tarmy/Bloomberg
“I remember when I first saw ‘Star Wars,’” said President Barack Obama before giving filmmaker George Lucas the National Medal of Arts and a hug. “There’s a whole generation that thinks special effects always looked like they do today.”