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Christie’s is now accepting consignments to the forthcoming Hong Kong Autumn auctions in 2015. Please do not hesitate to contact any member of our international team for a free and confidential valuation or to discuss buying and selling with Christie’s.
As the new Mission: Impossible movie opens, we look at the ‘suspension suit’ worn by Tom Cruise in the original film, offered in the Out of the Ordinary Sale in London
The answer, as a new exhibition at London’s Courtauld Gallery demonstrates, is not always straightforward. Here, curator Dr Karen Serres talks to Lavender Au about the show
From fine art to design classics, our New York interiors sale on 28-29 July includes a wealth of objects for those redesigning their home this summer
James Hall introduces Reflections on the Self, an exhibition at Christie’s Mayfair charting history of the self-portrait, from Dürer through Rembrandt to Lucian Freud and Thomas Struth
Christie’s to auction the shoes worn by Sir Roger Bannister when he became the first man to break the four-minute mile, a feat described as the ‘Greatest athletic achievement of the 20th century’
Following the success of this sale, we are currently inviting consignments to the upcoming auction. Please do not hesitate to contact Isabelle de Conihout or Patricia de Fougerolle for a free and confidential valuation of your books and manuscripts.
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Made in collaboration with the experts at the Van Gogh Museum, a new film marks both a major re-showing of the gallery’s collection and a celebration of the 125th anniversary of the artist’s death. Florence Waters speaks to director David Bickerstaff
For writer and documentary maker Hannah Rothschild, soon to be chair of the National Gallery’s board of trustees, the works of art that resonate are those with stories to tell
Five exhibitors reveal what and who they will be showing at this October's Multiplied, the UK's only contemporary editions fair
Part 11 in author and art historian Michael Bird’s series on an Alternative History of Art in 20 Media