16 mai 2020

Christie's announces a new global 20th century art sale - four cities one auction experience

© Christie's Images Ltd 2020. NEW YORK, NY.- On July 10, Christie’s will present ONE: A Global Sale of the 20th Century, a new auction event offering Impressionist and Modern, Post-War and Contemporary art and Design.Utilizing streaming technology, the first of its kind relay-style auction will take place in real time across the time zones from four of the art world’s major hubs: Hong Kong, Paris, London and New York. The sale will offer a range of exceptional works over four consecutive sessions led by principle... [Lire la suite]

09 mars 2020

Kunstmuseum Basel exhibits works from the Im Obersteg Collection

BASEL.- The exhibition Picasso, Chagall, Jawlensky at the Kunstmuseum Basel | Neubau presents a portrait of the Im Obersteg Collection in dialogue with selected works from the Kunstmuseum Basel’s own holdings and a small number of loans from international collections.Much of the Basel-based private collection of Karl Im Obersteg (1883–1969), which has been housed at the Kunstmuseum since 2004, was assembled in the first half of the twentieth century. From this treasure trove, curators have selected masterworks by... [Lire la suite]
29 février 2020

Glyptotek tells the story of Denmark's enigmatic collector - Helge Jacobsen

Landscape from Saint-Rémy, 1889, Vincent van Gogh, SMK 1840 © Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek. Depositum fra Statens Museum for Kunst, København COPENHAGEN.- Helge Jacobsen (1882-1946) is today unknown to most, overshadowed by his famous father, the brewer Carl Jacobsen. But as museum director and foundation chairman Helge Jacobsen has been of immeasurable importance for the arts in Denmark. He stated on several occasions that he saw it as his duty to continue the work of his father, but he also made it clear that he wanted to pursue... [Lire la suite]
20 février 2020

Major retrospective on Madame D'Ora opens at Neue Galerie New York

Madame D'Ora, Self-portrait of the photographer d’Ora, 1929 © ullstein bild collection, Photography Madame d’Ora, ullstein bild collection  NEW YORK, NY.- Opening at Neue Galerie New York on February 20, 2020, “Madame D’Ora” will be the largest museum retrospective on the Austrian photographer ever presented in the United States. Dora Kallmus (1881–1963), who came to be known as Madame d’Ora, was an unusual woman for her time with a spectacular career as one of the leading photographic... [Lire la suite]
16 février 2020

Exhibition provides insight into the work of Pablo Picasso during the Second World War

Pablo Picasso, Taube, December 4, 1942, Chinese ink, wash-outs and gouache on handmade paper, 64.8 × 46 cm, Musée national Picasso-Paris, © Succession Picasso / VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2019, photo: © bpk / RMN - Grand Palais / Michèle Bellot. DUSSELDORF.- The exhibition Pablo Picasso. War Years 1939–1945 provides insight into the work of the Spanish artist (1881–1973) during the Second World War. The nearly seventy works on display, including paintings, sculptures, papiers déchirés, and illustrations, tell of Picasso as a person,... [Lire la suite]
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28 janvier 2020

Exhibition devoted to Picasso's imaginative and original uses of paper opens in London

LONDON.- The Royal Academy of Arts is presenting Picasso and Paper, the most comprehensive exhibition devoted to Picasso’s imaginative and original uses of paper ever to be held. Bringing together over 300 works and encompassing Picasso’s entire prolific 80-year career, this ground-breaking exhibition focuses on the myriad ways in which the artist worked both on and with paper, and offers new insights into his creative spirit and working methods. One of the most important artists of the 20th century, Pablo Picasso... [Lire la suite]
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22 janvier 2020

BAILLY GALLERY, Stand 68b at BRAFA, 26 janvier-2 février 2020

Edgar Degas (Paris, 1834-1917), Trois danseuses en buste (Three dancers busts), circa 1898. Pastel and charcoal on paper laid on cardboard, 52 x 43 cm. Signed with the artist's stamp lower left: Degas. © Bailly Gallery Kees van Dongen (Delftshaven 1877-1968 Monaco), Dreaming of love, 1931. Oil on canvas, 38 x 55 cm. Signed upper left: van Dongen. Signed, titled, dated and located on the back. © Bailly Gallery. Pablo Picasso (Malaga 1881-1973 Mougins), The doll, circa 1961. Wax crayon and pencil on cut cardboard, 28.7 x 20.5... [Lire la suite]
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17 janvier 2020

Christie's announces highlights included in its Impressionist and Modern Art Evening Sale

LONDON.- Christie’s Impressionist and Modern Art Evening Sale will be followed by The Art of the Surreal Evening Sale, together launching ‘20th Century at Christie’s’ on 5 February 2020. Tamara de Lempicka’s Portrait de Marjorie Ferry (1932, estimate: £8,000,000-12,000,000) and Alberto Giacometti’s Trois hommes qui marchent (Grand plateau) (1948, estimate: £8,000,000-12,000,000) will both lead the Impressionist and Modern Art Evening Sale. Further highlights include George Grosz’s politically charged Gefährliche Straße... [Lire la suite]
14 novembre 2019

Monet's $28 million 'Charing Cross Bridge' leads Sotheby's $209 million Impressionist & Modern Art Evening Sale

Lot 8. Claude Monet, Charing Cross Bridge, signed Claude Monet and dated 1903, lower left, oil on canvas, 65 by 100.3 cm. Painted in 1903. Estimate 20,000,000 — 30,000,000 USD. Sold for 27,600,000 USD. Courtesy Sotheby’s. NEW YORK, NY.- Yesterday’s sale was led by Claude Monet’s Charing Cross Bridge from 1903, which sold for $27.6 million, one of the finest examples from Monet’s seminal London series ever to appear at auction. Previously in the collection of Andrea Klepetar-Fallek for the past 40 years, the... [Lire la suite]
28 octobre 2019

Kimbell exhibition reveals Renoir's mastery of the human form

FORT WORTH, TX.- Renoir: The Body, The Senses is the first major exhibition ever to focus on the artist's lifelong treatment of the nude. The exhibition, debuting on the centenary of the artist's death, provides new perspectives about Renoir's stylistic trajectory through the lens of the singular subject. Over the course of his career, Renoir rendered bustling cityscapes, captured portraits and impressions of fashionable society, and recorded fleeting atmospheric effects upon landscape, but his overarching preoccupation was the... [Lire la suite]