Studio 54 New Year’s Eve. invitation, December 31, 1981 to bring in 1982. VIP Complimentary Drinks Ticket No. 11156. Provenance: Estate of Steve Rubell via Studio 54-Steve Rubell & Important Modern Auction Sale.
Line Vautrin - mirror, circa 1960. Convex mirrored glass, talosel resin, colored glass. “Line Vautrin was … a true sculptor, transcending the classical opposition of supposedly major and decorative arts” — PATRICK MAURIÈS
“The new york-based principals present their newest chapter in the exploration of kinetic architecture, ‘wave dilfert’. The space is capable of reading and comprehending the changes in light and shadow occurring within, cataloging and calculating its pulses, whether contracting or expanding in reaction. influenced by the complexities of war-torn or disaster ridden locales, the spatial installation sources information from its users, thus making it accessible through interaction.” via DB.
Frankenstein (Universal, 1931). Swedish One Sheet for film. The film’s principal players, Colin Clive, John Boles, Mae Clarke or even the great Boris Karloff, get no screen credit here - it’s all about the outstanding art deco graphics illustrating the Doctor (or is it his Monster) out for a casual evening of grave-robbing.