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  • Key 20th century British artists at accessible price points
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  • Why Britain was first to go Pop

    Once regarded as a wholly American phenomenon, Pop art was first explored in Britain some 20 years earlier — albeit via a very different take on the post-war world. Illustrated with works from our Modern British & Irish Art Evening sale, 22 November 

  • Time’s arrow: Albert Einstein’s letters to Michele Besso

    Thomas Venning, Head of Books & Manuscripts at Christie’s in London, explores the touching correspondence between Einstein and his dear friend of more than 50 years — illustrated with letters offered in past and upcoming sales

  • ‘A work can make a statement, tell a story or open one’s eyes’

    Texas-based collector Jereann Chaney discusses the origins of her passion for cutting-edge — and often provocative — contemporary Asian art. Illustrated with works in our Asian Contemporary Art Online sale, 20-27 November 

  • Gone in a second: The Louis Vuitton x Supreme phenomenon

    The unlikely match of an historic French heritage house and a super-cool New York skateboard brand has proved to be one of the hottest collaborations in years. Bart Boehlert reports

  • Collecting Guide: 7 things to consider when collecting Chinese porcelains

    The Chinese porcelain category can seem daunting to a new collector. Here, specialist Margaret Gristina offers tips for narrowing down an extensive field

  • The Holy Grail Bag Part II: day versus night

    PurseBop founder Monika Arora discusses Holy Grail Bags (HGBs) for day and evening — and offers suggestions from our upcoming sales in New York, Paris and Hong Kong

Coming Soon

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    Photographs from The Museum of Modern Art

    October 2017 – April 2018
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  •  Damien Hirst: 3,575 ½ Spots and Three Mickeys

    Damien Hirst: 3,575 ½ Spots and Three Small Mickeys

    7 – 13 December 2017
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