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African contemporary art collector Jochen Zeitz takes us on a tour of his wilderness retreat in Kenya, and discusses his plans for the Cape Town museum to house his collection
The Chairman of Christie’s UK and acclaimed furniture maker on George IV’s desk
Nic McElhatton joined Christie’s South Kensington as a porter in 1984. Thirty one years later, and now the auction house’s Chairman, he describes what makes the UK’s busiest sales room such an extraordinary place to work
The fierce work of the Chicago Imagists is finding fans beyond its regional roots, as Deborah Wilk reports and works in our forthcoming First Open / NYC Sale attest
Don't polish that case! Christie's International Head of Retail for Watches Reginald Brack, on why it's best to keep your watch all original.
Our weekly round-up of the 10 best online art stories
Works from the Collection of Ruth Horwich, including these exquisite pieces of Alexander Calder jewellery, feature in the forthcoming First Open Sale in New York
Is the cork on that long-awaited bottle of wine corroded, falling-apart or decades-old? Fear not, wine specialist Charles Antin is here to help
Does the third edition of the New Museum Triennial, Surround Audience, struggle amidst curatorial conceits? Brienne Walsh reports
Laura Paulson, Chairman, Post-Warn and Contemporary Art, discusses Works from the Collection of Ruth Horwich, to be offered in our upcoming First Open/NYC sale on 6 March 2015.
Christie’s wine specialist Charles Antin discusses the bottle he'd most like to own — one that he can imagine George Washington and Alexander Hamilton once enjoying
The superstar of Indian art is turning up the heat at Hauser & Wirth‘s Chelsea gallery in New York — and changing perceptions, reports Sehba Mohammad
One of the most exciting young artists working in New York today, according to Christie’s specialist Ed Tang, Korakrit Arunanondchai is ‘probably best described as a multi-disciplinary artist whose work is a brilliant pastiche’