Sumary of Art Meets Luxury Lifestyle at a Gallery’s Sunny New Location:
- Only days after Virgin Galactic launched Richard Branson into interstellar travel, an unlikely art center was inaugurated Saturday on the Spanish islet of Isla del Rey off Menorca — gathering contemporary art lovers to celebrate the latest project by the Swiss-owned art dealership Hauser &
- While the small island, abandoned in the 1960s after serving as the site of a military hospital, is not the kind of place that traditionally attracts wealthy collectors, Hauser &
- and her mother, Ursula Hauser — invited a delegation from Menorca to visit another of their projects, in Somerset, England.
- Opened in 2014, the complex attracted more than 110,000 visitors in the year before the pandemic hit, said Chloe Kinsman, a Hauser &
- Luis Alejandre, a retired Spanish general who is the president of the Isla del Rey volunteer foundation, said that Hauser &
- The Menorca center opened with a show by Mark Bradford, a prominent Black artist from Los Angeles who first exhibited in Hauser &