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Category Archives: Dali

TRUTH AND JUSTICE ARE TRIUMPHING AT LAST!

IMPORTANT THINGS ARE HAPPENING IN THE DALI WARS! Good news just keeps rolling in for those who represent the truth in the Salvador Dali market. First came the news that the U.S. Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that the … Continue reading



HURTFUL NONSENSE

When I wrote in an earlier blog posting that I was going to Mexico to visit Dali collector and expert Enrique  Zepeda, a nasty individual known to all in the Dali market sent an e-mail to Enrique saying, “You are not … Continue reading



DALI FOR EVERYMAN

Having spent thirty-eight years studying the life and art of Salvador Dali (Spanish 1904-1989) I continue to be fascinated by the ways in which people relate to the man and his work. I am also impressed that the passage of … Continue reading



THE LATEST ON OUR NEMESIS

Once again I have the pleasure of referring you to FINE ART INVESTIGATIONS at http://fineartinvestigations.blogspot.com/p/theresa-franks-criminal-investigation.html  to read about the further adventures of Theresa Franks of Fine Art Registry. I know my supporters, well-wishers and fans (that would be my dogs) will not … Continue reading



THEY PAID WHAT?

We all know that Edvard Munch’s The Scream, 1895 sold for just under $120 million. A T206 Honus Wagner 1909 baseball card brought $1.2 million in a recent auction. The five hundred and fifty-one day old company Instagram sold for a … Continue reading



IT’S OUR 40th ANNIVERSARY !!! (June 5th 2012)

Never mind how I got to be 68 years old. It doesn’t matter because I still have 36 years to live. How do I know? I decided years ago that I was going to live to be 104 years old. Happilly … Continue reading



“WE’RE ALL SO THRILLED BY THIS DISCOVERY ! “

Dali friend Enrique Zepeda, whom I have experienced always being accompanied by his iPad, is really good at finding art-related articles and posting them where the rest of us can easily read them. One of his recent posts was from theatlanticwire.com  and … Continue reading



BECOMING “THE MAN” FOR DALI

The other day I called the woman who was my secretary for six years back in the 1980s to wish her a happy birthday. While talking about those times, she reminded me of the day about 1982 when I was trying to do … Continue reading



BACK TO THE OLD KING COLE AGAIN

After I posted the blog about the King Cole Bar at the St. Regis Hotel in New York, I received a message from Louis Markoya introducing himself and correcting some of the statements that I had made. He said he … Continue reading



REVISITING THE KING COLE BAR

Those of us who are Salvador Dali fans know that when the Master was in New York he stayed at the St. Regis Hotel at 2 East 55th Street … Continue reading