18 March 2009

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Design, New York – 03 June 2009

The Design department at Phillips de Pury & Company has been defined by two categories: Design and Design Art. Design offers work that represents the best of functional design from the pioneer designers, manufacturers and ateliers of the finest design movements of the 20th and 21st Centuries. Design Art represents conceptual work that focuses on […]

18 March 2009

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Contemporary Art Part 1 – 14 May 2009

Simon de Pury moved the headquarters to the Meatpacking district in Chelsea which at the time was just beginning to sprout as the international art district. With a new remit to focus solely on the sale of the best works of Contemporary Art, Design, Jewelry and Photography, Phillips de Pury & Company began business in […]

18 March 2009

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Impressionist & Modern Art Day Sale: N08547 – 06 May 2009

Sotheby’s has been the market leader of Impressionist & Modern Art since 1958 when we pioneered the modern auction market with the Goldschmidt Collection, the first evening sale of Impressionist & Modern Art. Since this spectacular auction, Sotheby’s has lived up to its legacy by offering the finest European masterpieces from the late 19th century […]

18 March 2009

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Contemporary Art Day Sale: N08551 – 13 May 2009

The Contemporary Art Department at Sotheby’s focuses on a diverse range of artists and schools from early Abstract Expressionism through today. Our sales typically include fine paintings, drawings, photographs, sculptures and installations from nearly every notable Contemporary movement of the post-war 20th-and 21st-centuries.Sotheby’s Contemporary Art Department is currently the undisputed leader in the category.

18 March 2009

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Contemporary Art Evening Sale – 12 May 2009

The Contemporary Art Department at Sotheby’s focuses on a diverse range of artists and schools from early Abstract Expressionism through today. Our sales typically include fine paintings, drawings, photographs, sculptures and installations from nearly every notable Contemporary movement of the post-war 20th-and 21st-centuries.Sotheby’s Contemporary Art Department is currently the undisputed leader in the category, consistently […]

18 March 2009

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20th Century Decorative Arts & Design – 28 April 2009

This department features decorative arts and design from the Arts and Crafts movement through Art Nouveau and Art Deco to works from the post war years and up through Contemporary design. Our international sales include works by Gerrit Rietveld, William Morris, Charles Rennie Mackintosh, Émile Gallé, Tiffany Studios, Greene & Greene, Frank Lloyd Wright, Jacques-Emile […]

18 March 2009

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20th Century Furniture & Decorative Arts Sale 16950 – 19 April 2009

Bonhams 20th Century Decorative Arts department offers a diverse group of works spanning a century of design including Arts & Crafts, Art Nouveau, Art Deco, Post-War design and works by Contemporary Studio artists. Louis Comfort Tiffany, Gallé, Daum, Charles Rohlfs, Louis Majorelle, Jules Leleu, Hans Wegner, Richard Neutra, William Haines, George Nakashima, Sam Maloof, William […]

18 March 2009

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Contemporary Art – 12 May 2009

Following its successful inaugural sale of Contemporary art at Bonhams’ recently opened and spectacular Madison Avenue showrooms, the international fine art auctioneers will mount another highly-anticipated auction of Contemporary and post-war art on May 12. The sale should attract strong collector interest for its quality and diversity. Some highlights of the well rounded selection are: […]

18 March 2009

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20th Century Decorative Art – 11 June 2009

Bonhams 20th Century Decorative Arts department will be holding two auctions in 2009 on Monday April 6th in Los Angeles and at the beginning of the summer on Monday June 8th in New York. These auctions will allow for the best pieces of 20th Century Decorative Art from across the United States to be consigned […]

18 March 2009

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Photographs – 19 May 2009

Fine Photography Sale for Bonhams New York Bonhams & Butterfields Spring Photographs sale will include works by such photographers as Berenice Abbott, Cartier-Bresson, Ansel Adams, Brett Weston, Imogen Cunningham, Kertesz, Ruth Bernhard, as well as contemporary photographers Helmut Newton, Irving Penn, Herb Ritts, Peter Beard, Gregory Crewdson, and Harry Callahan. Our sales have established some […]

18 March 2009

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Modern, Contemporary and Latin American Art Sale 16980 – 04 May 2009

The Impressionist and Modern Art department holds two auctions per year that include the very best of Modern art in all media – painting, sculpture, and drawing. From Degas to Dalí, the department handles a range of artists including Bonnard, Severini, Picasso, le Sidaner, Modigliani, Kisling, de Chirico, Rodin, Giacometti, Calder, Poliakoff and Utrillo. Our […]

18 March 2009

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Design 1860 to Present Day Sale 17227 – 22 April 2009

Bonhams Decorative Arts dept showcases a wide range of glass, metalwares, sculpture and furniture from the period 1860 to the present day. We focus on designers and makers from the Arts and Crafts, Art Nouveau and Art Deco periods and also Contemporary Glass.

16 March 2009

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Impressionist and Modern Sale – 24 June 2009

Christie’s London will conduct its Impressionist & Modern Art Sale June 24 2009. The sale will feature work from artists Monet, Degas, Giacometti, Goncharova, Bonnard, Picasso, as well as many other notables. For viewing times of the works see Christie’s website.

16 March 2009

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Impressionist and Modern Evening Sale: SALE 2164 – 06 May 2009

The Impressionist & Modern Art Department offers paintings, sculptures and works on paper by the foremost artists of the late 19th century and first half of the 20th century.Christie’s hosts major sales of Impressionist & Modern Art in New York and London. Twice a year, both salerooms feature an Evening Sale, a Day Sale

16 March 2009

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Post-War and Contemporary Art Evening Sale 7738 – 30 June 2009

Spring Post-War and Contemporary Art Evening Sale 2009

16 March 2009

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Impressionist and Modern Day Sale – 07 May 2009

The Impressionist & Modern Art Department offers paintings, sculptures and works on paper by the foremost artists of the late 19th century and first half of the 20th century.Christie’s hosts major sales of Impressionist & Modern Art in New York and London. Twice a year, both salerooms feature an Evening Sale, a Day Sale

16 March 2009

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20TH CENTURY DECORATIVE ART & DESIGN Sale 2149 – 26 March 2009

The 20th Century Decorative Art and Design Department sells a range of property including furniture, sculpture, ceramics, metalworks, and lighting from the Art Nouveau, Arts & Crafts, Art Deco, Modernist and Contemporary movements.

16 March 2009

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20TH CENTURY DECORATIVE ART & DESIGN Sale 2149 – 07 April 2009

Christies The 20th Century Decorative Art and Design Department sells a range of property including furniture, sculpture, ceramics, metalworks, and lighting from the Art Nouveau, Arts & Crafts, Art Deco, Modernist and Contemporary movements.

15 March 2009

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Picasso: Challenging the Past

The National Gallery’s fascinating new exhibition explores Pablo Picasso’s attempt to challenge the works of the Old Masters through his own paintings. Picasso and The Old Masters The exhibition features around 60 major works by Picasso, who is widely recognised as the most important artist of the 20th century. Renowned for creating the Cubist movement, […]

15 March 2009

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Altermodern: Tate Triennial 2009

See some of the best contemporary art in Britain showcased at London’s Tate Britain gallery. Altermodern in London The Tate Britain’s new exhibition, Altermodern, features photography, film, video and ambitious installations, many of which are being shown for the first time. A New Form of Art for the 21st Century “Gateway”-Getaway 2008-09 by Franz Ackermann […]

15 March 2009

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Le Corbusier: The Art of Architecture

An exhibition of Le Corbusier’s original architectural models, interior reconstructions, drawings, furniture, vintage photographs, films, tapestries, paintings, sculpture and books. Also featuring works by his contemporaries.

15 March 2009

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Christie’s Interiors – 17 March 2009

Sale 5902 General Decorative sale What is Interiors? Offered in South Kensington, New York and Paris, Christie’s Interiors presents decorators and collectors with a unique opportunity to acquire one-of-a-kind objects and collectibles in virtually every style from antique to contemporary. With lower price points and an ever-changing repertoire of fine and decorative art, these sales […]

15 March 2009

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20th Century Decorative Art & Design – 15 March 2009

SALE 5941 Christies SOUTH KENSINGTON 20th Century Decorative Art & Design The 20th Century Decorative Art and Design Department sells a range of property including furniture, sculpture, ceramics, metalworks, and lighting from the Art Nouveau, Arts & Crafts, Art Deco, Modernist and Contemporary movements.

11 March 2009

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MACparis 09: Manifestation d’Art Contemporain 2009

For more than 20 years, the association MAC2000 : Manifestation d’Art Contemporain (contemporary art event) has stood up for today’s creation, by organizing each year in Paris, an original event : MACparis (former MAC2005, 06, 07…). Since 2005, Hervé Bourdin, an artist and administrator of the Regional Contemporary Art Fund of Paris and its suburbs, […]

11 March 2009

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Art Copenhagen The Nordic Art Fair 2009

Art Copenhagen The Nordic Art Fair takes place from 18. – 20. September 2009. Art Copenhagen The Nordic Art Fair proudly presents leading galleries from Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Finland, The Faroe Islands, Iceland and Greenland. Art Copenhagen is the biggest art fair in the Nordic Countries and focus on contemporary and modern art. It is […]

11 March 2009

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The International Ceramics Fair & Seminar 2009

The International Ceramics Fair & Seminar brings together leading ceramics dealers from around the world to display and sell exceptional quality European pottery, porcelain, glass and enamels. Now in its 27th year, the Fair has a long established and distinguished international reputation as a showcase for the finest and rarest ceramics currently on the market […]

11 March 2009

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Design Festa Tokyo 2009

Profile – Design Festa Design Festa is a freestyle International Art Event open to all artists, both professional and non-professional from all over the world to exhibit their creative talent. Design Festa is the biggest art event in Asia, with approximately 53,000 visitors and 7,000 exhibitors. Design Festa started in 1994 and as of May […]

11 March 2009

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Art Melbourne 2009

The Weekend Australian Art Melbourne will return to the Royal Exhibition Building, Carlton from 16 – 19 April 2009. Bringing together Melbourne’s vibrant art scene and showcasing an extensive range of art to buy, The Weekend Australian Art Melbourne includes hundreds of artworks by artists ranging from contemporary to traditional and emerging to investment. The […]

11 March 2009

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Pavillon Des Arts Et Du Design 2009

A high quality, dynamic and eclectic fair An International event dedicated to all types of Arts… 5 days, 80 French and international exhibitors, in a 5000 sq. m. tent, A unique exhibition place in Paris opened to all types of specialities : Furniture, Drawings, Paintings, Sculpture from the Renaissance to our days, Antiquities, Modernism, Photography, […]

11 March 2009

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VIENNA FAIR 2009

VIENNAFAIR, THE INTERNATIONAL CONTEMPORARY ART FAIR FOCUSED ON CEE /SEE, to be staged in Vienna. This focus reflects Vienna’s European bridging function and is also given due recognition by art enthusiasts. By focussing on modern art in the CEE/SEE regions the VIENNAFAIR serves as a commercial hub between west and east, and has established its […]

11 March 2009

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The Edinburgh Art Fair 2009

Scotland’s largest Art Fair bringing 68 exhibitors from around the world to the capital city. All the works on show are available to buy with prices ranging from £25 to £30,000 so whether you are a serious collector or a first time art buyer there is sure to be something to satisfy your taste and […]

11 March 2009

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documenta 13

Documenta is regarded as one of the most important exhibitions of contemporary art, drawing a dedicated audience from all over the world. It was founded in 1955 by the artist and art educator Arnold Bode in Kassel. After the period of Nazi dictatorship and was intended to reconcile German public life with international modernity and […]