Costa Navarino welcomes golfers from around the world at the 2nd Messinia Pro-Am, 21-24 February Less than a week to go for the 2nd Messinia Pro-Am at Costa Navarino. The international tournament, will take place 21-24 February, welcoming 44 teams of professionals and amateurs, […]
Mes: febrero 2018
New York – Christie’s is honored to have been entrusted with The Collection of Joan and Preston Robert Tisch, which will be offered as a central highlight of the Impressionist and Modern Art and Post-War and Contemporary Art during 20th Century Week this May. This remarkable group of works will serve as the foundation for Christie’s major New York Sales, seizing on the global excitement generated by the Collection of David and Peggy Rockefeller being sold over the previous week.
Encompassing over 40 objects in total, The Collection of Joan and Preston Robert Tisch is expected to realize in excess of $80 million. Steadily acquired through personal erudition and connoisseurship, the collection includes works by some of the leading names of the recent art historical canon. From strikingly modern bronzes by Alberto Giacometti and Henry Moore to boldly-colored canvases by Willem de Kooning, Helen Frankenthaler, Joan Miró, Fernand Léger, Pablo Picasso and others, it is a dynamic lesson in 20th century creativity.
Collection proceeds will go to the Tisch family foundations to continue the couple’s lifelong philanthropic mission.
Joan and Preston Robert Tisch sought to share this same visual and intellectual delight in the public sphere. The couple continuously contributed leadership and substantial financial backing to institutions such as the Metropolitan Museum of Art, home of the Tisch Galleries, and the Museum of Modern Art, where Joan Tisch served as a trustee and posthumously donated works by artists including Léger, Braque, and Giacometti.
A selection of works will be on view in Christie’s King Street galleries from February 20 – March 8. Among the highlights being exhibited are Joan Miro’s Femme entendant de la musique, 1945 ($10,000,000-15,000,000) and Willem De Kooning’s Untitled XVIII, 1976 (estimate: $8,000,000-12,000,000). Further details on the collection will be available in the coming months.
Impressionist and Modern Art Highlights
February 20-28, 2018
Post-War and Contemporary Art Highlights
March 2-8, 2018
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Wearing a black velvet asymmetrically draped gown with hand pleated cross-over bodice.
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MARGOT ROBBIE, RACHEL WEISZ & LILY JAMES WEAR HARRY WINSTON DIAMONDS TO THE 71st BRITISH ACADEMY FILM AWARDS
LILY JAMES – Presenter · Winston Cluster Diamond Chandelier Earrings, 24.11 carats, set in platinum · Winston Cluster Diamond Bracelet, 31.32 carats, set in platinum · Sparkling Cluster Diamond Bracelet, 10.33 carats, set in platinum · Pirouette Diamond Ring, 2.84 carats, […]