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Ireland / France: Art, Literature, Wine
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Ireland / France: Art, Literature, Wine

In May 2022, Sotheby's holds a unique sale of Irish art, literature and wine in Paris. This special sale coincides with the centenary of the 1922 World Congress of the Irish Race - a significant event in modern Irish history in which the newly founded Irish state...

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Animals
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Animals

On April 22, Sotheby's Paris presents the first sale devoted to one of the most universal themes in the history of art: Animals. As a primary subject in art, the representation of animals testifies to the importance of this ancestral relationship between animals and...

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Another look: Edric Van Vredenburgh Collection, part 1
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Another look: Edric Van Vredenburgh Collection, part 1

On April 13, 2022, Sotheby's presents in Paris the sale of the personal collection of Edric van Vredenburgh which brings together a set of precious and original works. From an early age, Edric was interested in phenomena and curious things in nature thanks to his...

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The Macklowe collection
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The Macklowe collection

Last November, 35 works from the Macklowe collection were sold for $676,1 million, making this single-owner auction the most valuable ever staged. Next May 16, Sotheby’s will offer a further 30 works from this collection. A number of leading names from the November sale return, such as Gerhard Richter and his extraordinary large-scale painting Seascape from 1975, Andy Warhol and his...

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White Glove Sale of The Macklowe Collection Totals $676 Million
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White Glove Sale of The Macklowe Collection Totals $676 Million

Sotheby’s organized in New York on November 15 an auction dedicated to the Macklowe collected, presented as the "biggest modern and contemporary art collection ever put on the market". Arise from the divorce of New-Yorker magnate Harry Macklowe and his wife Linda pronounced in 2018, the collection is renowned as the most expensive in the world and valued at more than $600 million. Out of 65...

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Sotheby’s Luxury Week
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Sotheby’s Luxury Week

Geneva’s upcoming Luxury Week celebrates the finest examples of jewels, design, handbags, sneakers and watches. Among them, the Cartier Crash, which history has to be told. It was first conceived in Cartier’s London boutique on Bond Street. The asymmetry of this watch appears almost as if Cartier had taken an oval and completely crashed it. It has a strong resemblance to Dali’s The...

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Muse and still lives: more than $108 million for the Picasso auction organized in Las Vegas
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Muse and still lives: more than $108 million for the Picasso auction organized in Las Vegas

Sotheby’s organized an auction at the Bellagio Hotel in Las Vegas where eleven paintings by Picasso were for sale. The most sought-after was the one called Femme au beret rouge-orange, one of the latest portraits of Marie-Thérèse Walter, Picasso’s muse and lover who remained his mistress until the Second World War. It was sold for $40.47 million. Two other emblematic portraits done during...

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Banksy brings down the house at the contemporary art evening auction
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Banksy brings down the house at the contemporary art evening auction

Sotheby’s returned to in-person sales with a record-breaking auction at their New Bond Street galleries, presented in partnership with Celine. It featured artists such as Lucian Freud, Cy Twombly, young painter Flora Yukhnovitch and her stunning abstract painting I’ll Have What She’s Having, Gerhard Richter and three of his abstracts sold £9,619,800, £7,896,300 and £5,943,000, emerging talents...

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Around the Princess of Salm, Arts and literature
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Around the Princess of Salm, Arts and literature

From 4-14 October, Sotheby’s presents a private collection from a Parisian private mansion, the Hôtel de Ségur, built in the 18th century and designated historical monument. The 1st floor was restored thanks to the owners, Doctor L. and his wife, who were great collectors and bibliophiles. Both the building and the interior decoration were classified as Monuments Historiques. It used to be...

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Karl Lagerfeld’s Estate
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Karl Lagerfeld’s Estate

From 3 to 16 December, Sotheby’s pays tribute to Karl Lagerfeld through a sale. The fashion designer, the decorator, the photographer and of course the collector will be put in the spotlight. Because Karl Lagerfeld has never stopped being passionate about art and multiplying settings throughout his life: Art deco in the 70s, colorful playful Italian design in the 80s, then French decorative...

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