Art & Collectibles

Originally published in the October 2015 issue of Robb Report Collection as “ Classics Department ” For a pop-up gallery unlike any other, three esteemed European galleries will bring hundreds of...
Highlights from the Golden Closet Archives include wardrobe from “Mad Men” and Robert Redford’s baseball glove from “The Natural”
On October 15, Swann Auction Galleries in New York will present its Icons & Images: Fine & Vernacular Photographs auction , demonstrating how, regardless of subject matter, the finest...
Los Angeles art museum’s fall lineup includes conversations, performances, music, family programs and more.
Two Baltimore Orioles World Championship rings, 1964 American League MVP award, 16 Gold Gloves and much more anchor collection.
Cigarette holders, while utilitarian in purpose, are often works of art, objects of beauty and even tools for communication, according to this lavish new book.
As the former vice president of marketing for Sotheby’s, Lynn Raynault developed and implemented the marketing and branding strategies for all of the storied house’s auctions in North America. Now...
Originally published in the October 2015 issue of Robb Report Collection as “ Pieces of the Action ” The great matchup—Rocky versus Rambo—may never have a clear winner in the endless online debate...
The last time Baroness Lambert, an art collector and the wife of a prominent Belgian banker, teamed up with auctioneer Simon de Pury, for a photography sale in 2004, all lots sold for a total well...
Aurae Lifestyle Membership Program celebrates the world's elite with the first bespoke card and lifestyle program...
Founded in 1989 as the first vetted art and antiques fair in the United States, the show's strength lies in its vast range.
Sotheby’s fall auction of Photographs in New York will offer exceptional works from the 19th to the 21st centuries.
Originally published in the October 2015 issue of Robb Report Collection as “ Turning Point ” William Eggleston’s vibrant print Memphis (Tricycle) first rolled into public view in 1976 as part of a...
Chris Ivy began his career in sports memorabilia as a professional grader for the Sportscard Guarantee Corporation. He transitioned to Heritage Auctions in 2000, and three years later was...
It does not take a super genius like Wile E. Coyote to recognize that Heritage Auctions’ Chuck Jones Birthday Auction will draw a crowd. In honor of the iconic cartoonist who helped bring life to...
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The film director Jean-Luc Godard once said that photography is truth—if so, Sotheby’s Photographs auction on October 7 will be a stunning display of honesty. The collection of 223 black-and-white...
On a blazing-hot September day, hundreds of media outlets from around the globe gathered in downtown Los Angeles to be the first to experience Edye and Eli Broad’s extensive contemporary art...
Over 100 objects relating to the most celebrated and influential musicians of modern times
Elton John Music is Love for Lalique is a collection of seven exceptional crystal sculptures, four of which will be auctioned and sold to raise critical funds to fight the global HIV/AIDS epidemic.
UPDATE: On November 7, John Lennon's 1962 Gibson J-160E guitar sold for a record $2.4 million at Julien's Auctions' Icons and Idols Rock N Roll auction. The previous record was set when an electric...
The sculptor Elizabeth Turk never takes the easy way out. Her spellbinding marble forms look like they had to have been designed by a computer, and yet, they are not. “There’s no 21st-century funny...
On October 22, Sotheby’s New York will present the Creative Genius of Sam Simon—A Lifetime of Memorabilia . A jack-of-all-trades, Simon was the master of many, including writer, producer, cartoonist...
Amalgam Fine Model Cars of England, celebrates exceptional vehicles by creating highly sophisticated replicas in detailed 1:8 scale models, and its newest obsession is the Ferrari LaFerrari FXX K—the...
Picasso’s Les Femmes d’Alger selling for $179.4 million in May is one of many recent examples…
How an Internet entrepreneur assembled a world-beating collection of arcade games…
Originally published in the August 2015 issue of Robb Report Collection as “ It’s a Shutout! ” How baseball became the star player of the sports memorabilia game. Brian seigel owns roughly 40 game-...
This September, a highly anticipated contemporary art museum—the Broad—will open in downtown Los Angeles...
How much does baseball outpace other sports memorabilia? A look at the record-setting prices for game jerseys at auction tells the tale.
This circa-1900 pink-swirl marble is in what Dan Morphy calls “wet mint condition,” or as pristine as a marble freshly plucked from the end of a blowpipe.

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