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The Innovative Photographer, Arthur Becker

Born in 1950 in Brooklyn, New York, Arthur Becker has come up to be one of the best photographers in the world. He went to Bennington College where he got a BA in Fine Arts in 1969. Becker’s career began by moving 18th-century houses of American origin in New England. He became CEO of two tech companies and went back to photography in the 1990s, and he wanted to be innovative by creating images with texture qualities. Check out Ideamensch for more info.

Currently, he is focusing on currencies by giving the knowledge of their meanings and the relationship that the money has to the meaning. His work has been shown in galleries like the Morgan Walker Fine Art, Hal Katzen, Arcature Fine Art and Art Basel.

His real estate office also functions as an art studio. It has a fully loaded workshop having sculptures and paintings displayed. He has a property of eight- unit luxury condo that is going to sell for 52.5 million dollars found at 465 Washington Street. He has had success in the technology industry and is now focusing on his talent in art and real estate. He is focused on creating properties in New York and Florida.

Arthur Becker is a silent partner doing business with Michael Stern and Kevin Maloney’s Billionaires Row Development that is at 111 West 57th Street. He has assets in 10 Sullivan Street condo that were developed by Maloney and Robert Gladstone of Madison Equities. He has of late had properties in Sullivan Street handed over to him so that the partners can have him on board.

His vast dealing in technology, photography, and finance not forgetting real estate has not had enough of him. He is still interested and wants to give it all that he has to ensure that it reaches its utmost.

Mr. Becker has some interests that he has acquired overtime, like marketing special binoculars (Bnox), he collects old currencies as we had seen earlier. He has sculptures of crumpled cash, gold bars in his office, origami animals and recognizable shapes made from paper money. He has memories of his investments in macadamia orchards that gave him and his friend big returns when they made cookies. There are many other collections in his office that he views as important and dear to him. You can visit Madison Partners to know more.

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