1st Dibs Interview

May 19, 2021
1stDibs INTROSPECTIVE interviews HJFA owner, Jim Carona, for a unique perspective on the offerings from Heather James Fine Art.


February 7, 2020
Morgan Stanley Wealth Management’s Art Resources Team (ART) presents valuable insights for private collectors.

Forbes – Making It Big

Forbes magazine's Deepanjana Pal discusses Anish Kapoor's rise to fame and his work "Blood Cinema".

Santa Barbara Life & Style Magazine

June26, 2019
According to Santa Barbara Life and Style magazine, Heather James Montecito is must see when in Santa Barbara! Visit Heather James Fine Art in Montecito, CA.

Frida Kahlo Invites A Deeper Examination Of Female Surrealists

June 9, 2019
Forbes magazine's Chadd Scott discusses the Heather James New York exhibition, The Female Gaze, highlighting the women of Surrealism...

The Female Gaze

June 7, 2019 discusses the HJFA New York exhibition: Female Gaze, Women Surrealists in the Americas and Europe.

You’re Making Me Feel, Mighty Surreal: The Female Gaze at Heather James Fine Art, New York

May 23, 2019
Alexandria Deters of magazine reviews Heather James New York exhibition, The Female Gaze: Women Surrealists in the Americas and Europe

Contributions Of Japanese-American Artists Spotlighted At Heather James Fine Art, San Francisco

May 19, 2019

Wealth Briefing: Asia Helps Drive Online Fine Art Auction Revolution

December 17, 2018
Online auctions have gone from being a niche to an important part of how fine art is bought and sold around the world. Regions such as Asia are particularly

Wojciech Fangor: The Early 1960s – Press Release

October 11, 2018
SAN FRANCISCO – Heather James Fine Art is pleased to bring Wojciech Fangor: The Early 1960s to San Francisco from October 11 – December 31, 2018. This is the

De Kooning x De Kooning Press Release

October 1, 2018
NEW YORK - An exhibition of paintings and works on paper by Elaine and Willem de Kooning will be on view at Heather James Fine Art, New York, from

St. Louis Magazine – Herb Alpert

August 17, 2018
Each morning, Herb Alpert wakes with three choices: He can sculpt, paint, or create music. In other words, the 83-year-old artist “oozes art,” as curator Chip Tom puts it.