On Friday September 8th, the Madison Park community came together to kick off the Annual Art Walk, which displays works by local artists in businesses around the park. Realogics Sotheby’s International Realty (RSIR) was pleased to welcome Joe David and Barry Marcus, who showcased their stunning artworks and mingled with guests throughout the evening. The artists were joined by the Park House broker care team, Rachel McMillan and Alaun McCray, and RSIR brokers Cindy Paur, Boni Buscemi, Peter Phillips, Leslie Dickinson and Hoady Spencer.
Sotheby’s has unexpectedly become the most promising possibility for Latin American art in the auction rooms. In a long-awaited decision, the auction house announced it will integrate Latin American art into its contemporary auction sales in New York – starting this Autumn.
Ru ware, from the imperial court of the Song dynasty, has achieved almost mythical status over the last 1,000 years. Experience its understated beauty and learn about its exceptional rarity in our short film. Song – Important Chinese Ceramics from the Le Cong Tang Collectiontakes place in Hong Kong on 3 October.
We are please to announce that Realogics Sotheby’s International Realty will be hosting a series of rotating artists for the monthly Bainbridge Island Art Walk at the “Island Living Gallery”. We would like extend a warm welcome to everyone to stop by the gallery, which is located at 240 Winslow Way East, on Friday, December 2nd for the next Bainbridge Island Art Walk.
This past Friday, we were fortunate to have featured artist Jen Till, from Bainbridge Island display her work, pieces from The Island Gallery, and selection of Turkish rugs on display courtesy of Island Ambiance.
For more information please visit: BainbridgeIsland.com | First Fridays Art Walk
Musician. Actor. Icon. David Bowie was one of the most recognizable and revered artists in the world. The legendary performer was also a passionate collector with deep connections to modern and contemporary artworks and their makers. This November, Sotheby’s London will present Bowie/Collector, a three-part sale encompassing some 400 objects from the personal holdings of a man who approached collecting with the same inspired sense of individualism that defined his own fiercely original art.
This year a wealth of major exhibitions, fairs and new spaces dedicated to photography are poised to open in the United Kingdom and North America. The increased prominence of photography in the art market means more opportunities for those aspiring to careers with a art photography focus. We spoke to Sotheby’s Institute of Art – London Master’s degree faculty about what’s pushing photography to the top of the agenda in 2016.
The star quotient will be dizzyingly high at Sotheby’s London Contemporary Evening sale on June 28th. With landmark pieces by some of the best names of postwar European art – Bourgeois, Klein, Fontana, Constellani – to more recent works by brilliant younger artists – Saville, Banisadr, Ghenie, Förg – the auction is sure to turns many heads.
London Master’s degree students are able to tailor their studies and concentrate on preferred topics by choosing from a range of specialist elective units. Students who would like to pursue a career in the design field can take one such concentration: Contemporary Design. Drawing on the expertise of faculty and visiting lecturers, including Lis Darby – design specialist and Senior Lecturer at Sotheby’s Institute – London, students can gain a higher level of expertise in the field of contemporary design and its markets.
Here Lis explains the numbers behind the world’s most expensive chair and why contemporary design remains an alluring topic of study.