Phillips has announced Beuys 100, a unique Contemporary Art and Editions sale this June commemorating the 100th birthday of Joseph Beuys.
Tabish Khan the @LondonArtCritic picks five exhibitions to see online this month. Each one comes with a concise review to help you decide whether it’s for you.
Phillips has announced a rare, Maryland work by Clyfford Still as a major highlight of the fall season.
Phillips has announced the debut limited-edition face masks designed by leading contemporary artists the Haas Brothers, Summer Wheat and Bel Fullana.
Phillips are hosting an online sale of works from Albion Barn, the renowned exhibition space situated in Oxfordshire. Land, Sea, Sky features works from a number of the collecting categories including Editions, Photos, Design, and 20th Century and Contemporary Art.
Auction4NYC will open for bidding on 1 May, with 100% of proceeds supporting New Yorkers in need.
Beginning today April 8th, Phillips will host a series of themed, cross-category online-only auctions throughout April and May. An auction of Editions and Works on Paper kicks off the series.
Phillips is to present The Robert Tibbles Collection: Young British Artists & More, a multitude of YBA treasures to be sold across the London auctions including 20th Century & Contemporary Art, New Now, Photographs, and Editions
On Thursday 16th January a very rare etching by Pablo Picasso is to be unveiled by Phillips, it is set to be the highest value print ever to have been sold by them.
SANTA KAWS is an online-only sale of 33 collectable figurines by KAWS. The inaugural online-only sale for Phillips in London, SANTA KAWS is now live and will run through to 13th December
A fun house, selfies, creepy vitrines, Smiths, a foil tiger and chunky sculpture.
The Top 5 Art Exhibitions to see in London include Break ups, an oil spill, black history, asylums and penetration.
Optical illusions, step into the light, Picasso, immigration, singing stones, tea and life.
Phillips Laces Up: Sneaker Exhibition features over 20 Pairs of Shoes Designed by Leading Contemporary Artists, Including Takashi Murakami, KAWS, Kehinde Wiley, Jenny Holzer, Damien Hirst, and Shantell Martin.
Unsurprisingly, the leading auction houses are all selling photographic work to coincide with Photo London (18-21 May). By way of a warm-up, I looked at them as exhibits rather than as potential purchases. Do they make for a good visit?
Jean-Michel Basquiat’s Flexible has been consigned directly from the artist’s estate, this sale marks the work’s first time ever being offered for sale, publicly or privately. Estimated to sell in excess of $20 million, Flexible is the highest-value and largest work to ever have been offered from the Estate.
Phillips kick off the 2018 auction season in New York with its New Now sale. Offering nearly 250 lots, this auction will bring together works by emerging contemporary artists and those with firmly established careers
This season, Phillips will present Mark Bradford’s Helter Skelter I from the Collection of John McEnroe, 7-time Grand Slam Champion and avid collector of contemporary art.
Phillips have teamed up with Calvin Klein to celebrate the release of his first book and offer three defining photographs by three leading forces in fashion
Watch live coverage of Art Night London with FAD Magazine on Facebook including new commissions by Jake & Dinos Chapman, Benedict Drew and Lindsay Seers.
Artsy’s new auction product allows users to bid in live auctions, in real time, online from anywhere in the world.
Damien Hirst for the Women’s Equality Party
Artworks from some of the world’s most influential contemporary artists went under the hammer last night (11th December) at Unicef UK’s first ever contemporary art auction SyriART, raising vital funds to help protect Syrian children from danger.
Unicef UK announced yesterday that 35 world-renowned artists have donated artworks to their first ever contemporary art auction, SyriART, which will raise vital funds to help protect Syrian children from danger.