What’s on in London

Our March Lates explores the role of AI in the art world and its impact on lifestyles of the future. Wander through the galleries and explore a packed programme of artists and start-ups pushing the boundaries of digital innovation – from iPad artistry to holograms, virtual galleries to robot portraits.

Explore the programme

Talk: Dark Factory portraits

Can a machine paint? Artists Rob and Nick Carter discuss a new generation of portraits unmediated by the human mind and eye

Introducing Marina Abramović's The Life

Hear more about Marina Abramović's The Life – the world's first mixed-reality performance artwork, to be auctioned by Christie's this October

Smartech innovation pop-up

Introduced by Aimee Gaudin, Smartech's Head of International Marketing, get up close with an array of exciting tech products from the retailer's Selfridges pop-up, including Rowrite, Meural, Drink Ripples, KinoMo, Artiris Parfum, Candy Mechanics, Gilettelabs, LARQ Bottle and Spectacles

Workshop: Digital Art

Get a taste of iPad art – a growing medium – during a workshop with artist Peter Moolan-Feroze. Please bring your phone or tablet to take part

Specialist talk: STIK

Specialist James Baskerville shines a spotlight on British street artist STIK, with examples from our upcoming Prints & Multiples sale

Auctions on view

Wander through the galleries and preview our upcoming auctions of Prints & Multiples and Berkshire and Five Private Collections, and Australian Art.

Event information

8 King Street
London SW1Y 6QT

Date & Time
Monday, 9 March
6pm – 8:30pm

Free entry; cash bar

More about Christie’s Lates

Combining art, music and specialist talks, Christie’s Lates in London and New York are the perfect opportunity to mix with like-minded art lovers after hours. With free entry, each curated evening in this new series of events aims to bring art to life and inspire conversation, showcasing highlights from our upcoming auctions alongside interactive activities, talks by guest experts and enticing food and drink.

Christie’s Education | Certificate

Certificate in Modern and Contemporary Art
Artists and movements from Impressionism to contemporary art

Led by art historian and curator Andrea Mattiello, this course surveys the ideas, aims, materials and techniques of modern art from 1870 to the work being made by artists today.

Beginning 1 April 2020 - 17 June 2020, term 3 explores the artworks being made from 1980 to the present day, with an emphasis on the progression of postmodernism to contemporary art.