Art & Collectibles

In time for the bicentennial of Charlotte Brontë’s passing (if not today’s National Author’s Day), the Paris-based publishing house Éditions des Saints Pères is releasing a fair copy manuscript of...
Home to painters, screenwriters, music producers, and thespians, Los Angeles has long been known as a city of artists—so it is fitting that global auction company Christie’s chose the City of Angels...
The classics of contemporary literature are like pillars that provide the creative structure and frame of reference that other works of excellence may be built upon. They can also make quite the...
As the World Series approaches its seventh-inning stretch, the Chicago Cubs and Cleveland Indians fight to write the next page in the game’s history—an illustrious legacy recently celebrated at...
While some may argue that the national pastime is past its prime, come October, even the most fair-weather followers are fixed to their seats as baseball swings into the playoffs and its famed Fall...
There are no other shows in New York that concentrate on design enhanced by art. At The Salon Art + Design every decade from 1890 to the present day is represented. 55 Exhibitors, with 15 new...
“I don’t see any boundaries between any of the art forms. I think they all interrelate completely.” —David Bowie A consummate creative, David Bowie helped sate his own appetite for artistic...
On November 4 and 5, collectors of music memorabilia are sure to swoon over personal mementos from Eric Clapton, Prince, the Beatles, and Frank Zappa at Icons & Idols: Rock n’ Roll presented by...
Abstract expressionism will be a clear winner when Willem de Kooning’s Untitled XXV highlights Christie’s Evening Sale of Post-War and Contemporary Art on November 15 in New York City. The event will...
With Major League Baseball playoffs season in full swing, Christie’s hopes to bat a thousand on October 19 and 20 with its two-day auction the Golden Age of Baseball, Selections from the National...
Wifredo Lam: Blurring Boundaries will be on view at Phillips London headquarters, 30 Berkeley Square, from 10 to 21 October. Presenting masterworks from throughout the career of one of Cuba’s most...
S.T. Dupont and Metaxas & Sins have collaborated on a special edition pen and lighter set for their "Haute Creation" using a very distinct and technically challenging design. The S.T. Dupont "...
Christie’s announces two Photographs sales to be offered in October 2016, which include exciting works for new and seasoned collectors alike, featuring the Evening Sale on October 4, and a Day Sale...
An exhibition of objects inspired by the Pantheon in Rome, recalling the architectural masterwork of the Emperor Hadrian, will be the highlight of the inaugural edition of TEFAF New York Fall,...
Phillips is pleased to announce its first Photographs sales of the fall season, taking place over the course of three sessions in October. Comprised of 257 lots in total, the Evening Sale will be...
In September of 1966, the television show Star Trek aired its first episode and transported audiences to a future filled with alien life forms, visionary technology, and a united human race that had...
Whoville , a contemporary art exhibition at the Peninsula Chicago, is a glimpse into the collecting world of Beth Rudin DeWoody, one of America’s most notable collectors. It highlights some of...
Internationally acclaimed fashion designer Karl Lagerfeld once said, “Of all materials in the world, the one I like best is paper. It’s the starting point for a drawing and the finishing point for a...
On a spring day in 1962, more than 15,000 guests gathered in Madison Square Garden to celebrate President John F. Kennedy’s 45th birthday. Though numerous stars such as Ella Fitzgerald and Bobby...
Victor Gastou furnishes a 19th-century mansion in Paris with modern decorative art. Behind the stately facade of a house on Paris’s Avenue Foch is an interior of great style and originality. It is...
Emmanuel Babled ’s designs at the new Twenty First Gallery. New York City art ace Renaud Vuaillat has eschewed tradition with the launch of his latest Manhattan outpost. Opened in May on a tree-lined...
Wearable artworks by Alexander Calder . Fans of the U.S. sculptor Alexander Calder, among them socialite Peggy Guggenheim and artist Georgia O’Keeffe, were not content merely to look at his avant-...
In-home galleries by Jim Olson . “An art collection is like a member of the family,” says Jim Olson. “Living with it every day is a very personal and satisfying thing.” The Seattle-based architect...
On November 12, Jimi Hendrix, the Velvet Underground and Nico, Hank Williams, and more will headline at Heritage Auctions . The Dallas-based auction house is offering an unparalleled collection of...
Rising like a mirage from the arid desert, the rock-hewn tombs and stone sepulchers in the Valley of the Kings serve as immortal reminders of Egypt’s greatest rulers and pharaohs. Yet the Valley’s...
Sports collectibles bring in billions of dollars and the competition is fierce. Factor in the global obsession with the Olympics and it is easy to see why mementos from the fortnight of festivities...
Among other comic book classics, a rare 1938 copy of Action Comics #1 and Frank Frazetta’s original 1974 comic art, At the Earth’s Core, sold for groundbreaking prices at Heritage’s comic book art...
As the celebrated 40th president of the United States, Ronald Reagan left a legacy of peace and prosperity in the country while serving two terms, from 1981 through 1989. And now, Christie’s is...
Inaugural TEFAF New York Fall fair will offer an unparalleled collection of museum-quality works…
A Phillips exhibition features works from Olafur Eliasson, Sanford Biggers, Nick Cave, and more…

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