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Exceptional works of art, combined with a passion for collecting, is at the heart of what we do. Discover the superb selection currently on offer in our Paris saleroom and our online platform here.

Engaging with the art world is easier than ever before. Whether in our saleroom, on our mobile app or via Christie’s LIVE™, you can now browse and bid regardless of location. We look forward to welcoming you in person to our Avenue Matignon galleries, or online, very soon.

Upcoming Paris auctions





Christie’s Paris offers both live and online auctions. From fine and decorative arts to the best of luxury, design and more, explore our upcoming sales.

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How to find us

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Christie’s Paris
9 Avenue Matignon
75008 Paris

Saleroom and viewings
Auctions are held at 9 Avenue Matignon in Paris. We are often open for weekend views, although the hours vary by sale. For specific viewing hours and other business matters, please contact the saleroom.

Contact
+33 (0)1 40 76 85 85

How to contact us

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Christie’s specialists in Paris are at your disposal to value, confidentially and without any obligation on your part, works of art that you might be interested in selling.

Regional representatives

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Valuation Days

Free and confidential valuations are available all year long by appointment. You may also schedule an appointment to meet with a specialist during an upcoming valuation day.

Provence, Alpes, Côte-d’Azur | Tuesdays, by appointment
Michaël Zingraf Real Estate agencies in the PACA region
falbertini@christies.com
Tel: +33 (0)6 71 99 97 67

Bordeaux at Maxwell-Baynes Immobilier | 23 May

Uzès at Patrick Poncet Immobilier | 25 June

Contact
Camille de Foresta
+33 (0)1 40 76 86 05

More from Paris

Paris Auction 2023


Records for Joan Miró and François-Xavier Lalanne took the 20th/21st Century sale week in Paris to €126.6m / £110.6m / $134m.

Works from the collections of Sam Josefowitz and Anne and Wolfgang Titze led the five live and two online sales, which attracted bidders from 57 countries while also setting records for Toyen and Tancredi.