CERAMICS superstar Ronald Kuchtav is offering to sell some of his coveted artwork.
CERAMICS superstar Ronald Kuchtav is offering to sell some of his coveted artwork along with this apartment.
Dubbed the Ambassador of American ceramics, the former director of Everson Museum of Art in Syracuse has listed his two bedroom at 60 Sutton Place with Keller Williams agent Aylin Coleri (see listing below) to retire to the Hamptons.
Coleri tells us, "The artwork can be listed along with the apartment, which will be included into the mortgage price."
The livingroom walls are lined with work by Peter Voulkos and Sueharu Fukami, as well as Korean ceramicist Shin Sang Ho and the late American artist Robert Smithson.
Best knows as a Land Artist, Smithson--who died in a plane crash in 1973--was the subject of a 2015 documentary by art historian James Crump called Troublemakers. Fans of his work include Sonic Youth musician and visual artists Lee Ranaldo.
Caption: LEE RANALDO
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|Publication:||Real Estate Weekly|
|Date:||Feb 21, 2018|
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