On January 14, Artcurial offered a record-setting original, unpublished cover design from The Adventures of Tintin, one of the most iconic European comics of the 20th century.
Currently on view at the Museum of the African Diaspora (MoAD), Meet Us Quickly is a digital exhibit and auction featuring work from twelve formerly and currently incarcerated artists at San Quentin prison.
The world-renowned Sassoon family collection of Judaica is one that tells the unique story of one of the world’s most prominent families.
The top lot of the night was Henri De Toulouse-Lautrec’s Pierreuse, which surpassed its high estimate by $4 million to sell for $9,062,000.
Though his works feature prominently in many of Canada’s most prestigious arts institutions and he is considered one of the country’s most celebrated modernist artists, David Milne has been described as having worked at the periphery of Canadian modernism.
A sculpture by Giacometti, a painting by Van Gogh, a table by Carlo Mollino, and a trio of cars were some of the highlights of the evening sales at Sotheby’s last night, which brought in a combined total of $283.9 million.
Experts are anticipating a record-breaking sale in January when a rare Sandro Botticelli portrait comes to auction.
A 67-million-year-old dinosaur fossil known as “Stan” was the star of the show at Christie’s last night when it sold for $31,847,500 after a protracted bidding war between buyers on the phone in New York and London.
This week Sotheby’s New York's Dear Keith: Works from the Personal Collection of Keith Haring sale tripled its low estimate to reach an impressive $4.6 million.
This month, nearly a quarter century after the deaths of Tupac Shakur and Biggie Smalls, memorabilia from the rappers will vie at auction in Sotheby’s first-ever sale dedicated to hip hop.