The evolution of the pocket watch into the wristwatch accelerated during World War I, and the centennial of the war has inspired commemorative pieces.
The objects owned by Hollywood stars, like watches associated with James Dean and Ava Gardner, are still finding a big audience.
The designer Michael Young sold his first watches "like ice cream cones," but now they grace the wrists of more than 100,000 owners.
Amid the screaming tires, jubilant fans and flaming cars in the car-racing film “Rush,” watch lovers might make out the vintage timepieces on actors’ wrists.
Works by the New York-based photographer are now on view in a show at the Los Angeles exhibition space the Landing
Discover the brilliance of painter Serge Poliakoff in Paris's awaited exhibit featuring 150 of his intricate works
Lee F. Mindel visits the foundation’s headquarters, which was designed by the last Bauhaus master, Herbert Bayer
A show at New York City’s Rauschenberg Project Space scrutinizes the volume of humanity’s energy and water consumption
A new book surveys the best of the city’s public paintings
Rolex announces the latest appointment to its Mentor and Protégé Initiative