On the heels of Sotheby’s successful summer sales in May and June 2020, Sotheby’s Contemporary Art Day Auction is to present artworks by leading post-war and contemporary artists, including Helen Frankenthaler, Alexander Calder, Tom Wesselmann, Ed Ruscha, Albert Oehlen, Haring, Basquait and Yoshitomo Nara. Sotheby’s Day Sale will be the only auction of its kind to present top Contemporary works during the November auction season. The sale will continue with an online-only format that closes November 18th
Following the guidelines for the Phase Four reopening of Manhattan, you can see an exhibition of the available works. The exhibition for the Contemporary Art Day Auction will open on Tuesday, November 10th at 10AM EDT and will close on Monday, November 16th at 5PM EDT. To schedule an appointment contact appointmentsNY@sothebys.com
Moments ago, a sale of eight ultra-rare and pristine artist-created sneakers dropped on Sothebys.com in a sale titled ‘Cult Canvas.’ All made exclusively by Nike, the items celebrate the cross section between art and fashion, illustration and design, and sport and culture.
The School for Curatorial Studies Venice is back with the project ‘Whatever it takes’ — a three-day barter market. Visitors will be able to secure the exhibited artworks at one condition: no money is allowed.
Dear Keith will present 140+ works of art and objects from Haring’s personal collection, all on offer from the Keith Haring Foundation – an organization established by the artist shortly before his death in 1990 from HIV/AIDS-related causes. Haring’s collection features works gifted to, purchased by and traded with Haring among friends and artists in his community, including Andy Warhol, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Kenny Scharf, and many more.