Art & Collectibles

On Wednesday evening, a coveted canvas from the collection, Meule, sold at a Christie’s New York...
Home to painters, screenwriters, music producers, and thespians, Los Angeles has long been known as...
Berggruen Gallery goes big in a new San Francisco art space. During its 46 years, San Francisco’s Berggruen Gallery has presented many a high-profile exhibition, from retrospectives of artists...
When curating the art exhibition for the grand opening of Christie’s Beverly Hills flagship —a two-story, 5,400-square-foot building on North Camden Drive—Koji Inoue chose several pieces with a West...
On April 6, Christie’s will present two photographs auctions in New York, including Portrait of a Collector: The John M. Bransten Collection of Photographs at 11am and Photographs Including Property...
With its sleek, abstract form and its eyes tilted slightly towards the heavens, this rare complete idol from Anatolia is set to be a highlight of Classic Week in New York Standing 9 inches high, the...
Having sold Marilyn Monroe’s iconic “Happy Birthday, Mr. President” dress , Prince’s handwritten lyrics to the song “I Hope We Work It Out ,” and countless other Hollywood mementos, Julien’s Auctions...
Sotheby’s turned heads when it announced it would auction a 1973 Andy Warhol silkscreen from the artist’s Mao series, based on the portrait of the communist leader Mao Zedong who dominated much of...
Stanley Bard , the longtime part-owner and manager of Manhattan’s legendary Chelsea Hotel , was the consummate patron of the arts. Known for his generous spirit, allowing artists—among them Leonard...
This year, Phillips will host The Odyssey of Collecting: Photographs from Joy of Giving Something Foundation. Over 470 lots from this world-renowned collection of photographs will be on offer in an...
Masters of 20th-century art meet on the auction block. Abstract expressionism is having a reunion. Mark Rothko and Robert Rauschenberg—two artists known for very different approaches to the post–...
It has been over 50 years since Jackie Kennedy wore her pink suit (an American-made replica of Chanel) and matching pillbox hat on that ill-fated November day in Dallas. But thanks to the Oscar...
Last November, Heritage Auctions opened up a treasure trove for music buffs. The Dallas-based auction house presented a rare collection of more than 100 original concert posters—featuring Jimi...
Experts and family members remember the ‘larger-than-life’ Marie Theresa L. Virata , whose collection of classical Chinese furniture, ceramics, English furniture and decorative arts was assembled...
Jaume Plensa, best known for monumental sculptures in public spaces across international destinations from Chicago to Venice, Italy, has unveiled the rendering of his first Downtown San Diego public...
Stunning treasures from the renowned Italian museum Galleria Borghese in Rome will be the Loan Exhibition at this year's TEFAF Maastricht. The Loan Exhibition entitled ‘Galleria Borghese – An Italian...
Phillips will host New Now on 28 February, the company’s first New York auction of 2017, which will juxtapose works by emerging artists alongside more established 20th century artists, drawing...
Discerning collectors in Southern California will have a new point of purchase when Christie’s opens a Los Angeles complex in April. Spanning two stories, the 5,400-square-foot facility is on North...
Make your sweetheart’s day even brighter with a pop art piece created by Brazilian artist Romero Britto. From February 11 to 19, more than 100 of Britto’s original works will be for sale in Texas,...
Amassing an art collection can be an art unto itself. The challenges are many: What to buy? Where to acquire it? And how to compile a collection that possesses both value and meaning? To answer these...
Montblanc’s Maison Artisan Atelier in Hamburg, Germany, has been hitting it out of the park lately with over-the-top writing instrument designs (with prices sometimes exceeding $1 million) bearing...
The quest to acquire storied memorabilia from the arena of athletics is a highly competitive game—one that will come down to the final whistle at Heritage Auctions’ Platinum Night Sports Auction on...
If insights into the psyche can be perceived from penmanship, then an opportunity to better understand one of psychology’s most complicated and controversial minds was missed when handwriting samples...
Collectors of abstract expressionism will be given a well-defined focus when seminal selections from Mark Rothko and Robert Rauschenberg highlight Christie’s Post-War and Contemporary Art Evening...
Christopher Columbus needs no introduction. In 1492, the intrepid explorer, who set out to find a westward route to Asia, made history when he discovered the New World instead. On January 30, an...
During the course of the United States’ 240 years as a nation, it has had 44 presidents, each creating a lasting imprint on the country while adding to the cumulative legacy of the position and its...
Christie’s is pleased to announce Americana Week 2017, a series of auctions, viewings and events, will be held from January 13-20. The week of sales is comprised of Chinese Export Art on January 18,...
The Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Folk Art Museum (AARFAM), which will commemorate its diamond anniversary in 2017 and is one of the Art Museums of Colonial Williamsburg, will launch its celebratory year...
If Paris is always a good idea, as the saying goes, then it is an especially enticing proposition now: Through February 20, visitors to the City of Light can view a pivotal private art collection...
It’s like a scene straight out of a movie: A retired French doctor brings 14 unframed drawings inherited from his father to a Paris auction house for appraisal, expecting to sell the lot for a few...

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