Christie’s has planned a Japanese and Korean art department which will focus on curated theme sales, both online and at auction in New York and London.
Sotheby’s is to offer an exceptional selection of ceramics by Pablo Picasso in London on 7 May 2014.
The exhibition entitled Gardens of Pleasure: Sex in Ancient China, will feature more than 100 pieces of astounding works of art from the Ferdinand M Bertholet Collection.
The show brings together 65 works from 30 collections to create the artists' first joint show in almost 50 years, since their now legendary 1966 exhibition at Galerie h in Hanover.
A significant selection of highlights from the sale are currently on view in Sotheby's London galleries until 15 April, before returning to New York for exhibition in Sotheby's York Avenue galleries beginning 2 May.
Sotheby's Hong Kong's five-day Spring 2014 sale series has achieved total collections of HK$3.42 bn/US$438 mn, exceeding pre-sale expectations.
The present Popeye has never been exhibited publicly, and will make its debut in Sotheby’s York Avenue galleries on 2 May 2014.
Executed in 1986 – 20 years after the artist's last great series of self-portraits and just months prior to his unexpected death – the group represents the definitive self-image of Warhol .
An auction record was set for any piece of pottery from today's Islamic world when a rare Iznik bowl sold for £1.4 million.
Christie’s London sale of the Arts of the Islamic and Indian Worlds has totalled £5,111,750/$8,577,517/6,190,329.
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