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Christie’s Interiors: New York Visions

Christie’s Interiors: New York Visions

INTERIORS: NEW YORK VISIONS The Estate of Kenneth Jay Lane, The Collection of Arnold Scaasi and Parker Ladd, and Robert Couturier: Elements of Style JUNE 6, 2018 | NEW YORK Christie’s announces the spring sale Interiors: New York Visions taking place on June 6, 2018 […]

GLOBAL STYLE INFLUENCER, CAMILA COELHO, WEARS CUSTOM RALPH & RUSSO TO THE 71st ANNUAL CANNES FILM FESTIVAL OPENING CEREMONY

GLOBAL STYLE INFLUENCER, CAMILA COELHO, WEARS CUSTOM RALPH & RUSSO TO THE 71st ANNUAL CANNES FILM FESTIVAL OPENING CEREMONY

GLOBAL STYLE INFLUENCER, CAMILA COELHO, WEARS CUSTOM RALPH & RUSSO TO THE 71st ANNUAL CANNES FILM FESTIVAL OPENING CEREMONY Having closed the Ralph & Russo Spring/Summer 2018 couture show as the bride in January, global Style Influencer, Camila Coelho, now wears custom Ralph & Russo couture […]

Rubens: Portrait of the Artist’s Daughter, Clara Serena – A Rare Glimpse into the Private Work of One of The Masters of Western Art

Rubens: Portrait of the Artist’s Daughter, Clara Serena – A Rare Glimpse into the Private Work of One of The Masters of Western Art

RUBENS:

Portrait of the Artist’s Daughter, Clara Serena

A RARE GLIMPSE INTO THE PRIVATE WORK OF ONE OF THE MASTERS OF WESTERN ART –

 Christie’s will offer Portrait of Clara Serena, the Artist’s Daughter by Peter Paul Rubens in the London Old Masters Evening Sale on 5 July, during Classic Week (estimate: £3-5 million). Never intended for public display, this seminal work offers a rare glimpse into the private life of the greatest artist of the Northern Baroque. The portrait is on public view in New York until 5 May, later going on view in Hong Kong from 24 to 28 May, before being exhibited in London in the lead up to the sale.

Henry Pettifer, Head of Old Master Paintings, Christie’s London: “Rubens’ paintings of his family members, freer and bolder than those of his wealthy clientele, count amongst his greatest achievements in portraiture. This spontaneous likeness of Clara Serena, his only daughter with his wife Isabella Brant, painted around the time of her untimely death at the age of twelve, is extraordinary for its intimacy and timeless appeal.  Its appearance on the market this summer comes after the picture has featured in recent high profile exhibitions at the Rubenshuis in Antwerp and the Scottish National Gallery, Edinburgh, and it is the first major work by Rubens to appear at Christie’s in London since the record breaking sale of Lot and his Daughters in July 2016”.

The Spring Collector Sales

The Spring Collector Sales

The Spring Collector Sales, April 10-11 featuring installation vignette by Rafael de Cárdenas Ltd. / Architecture at Large Partners Christie’s announces the Spring Collector sales series to include two auctions on April 10, The Collector: English & European Furniture, Fine Art, Ceramics & Silver and […]

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Three Leading European Art Dealers to Curate Pop-Up Exhibition at Hong Kong Convention Centre During May Auction Season

Three Leading European Art Dealers to Curate Pop-Up Exhibition at Hong Kong Convention Centre During May Auction Season

Christie’s Announces Three Leading European Art Dealers to Curate Pop-Up Exhibition at Hong Kong Convention Centre During May Auction Season

Robert Bowman – Didier Claes –  Xavier Eeckhout

25 to 29 May 2018

Left: Auguste Rodin (French, 1840-1917), Le Baiser (The Kiss), 2nd Reduction, Conceived in 1886 © Courtesy Bowman Sculpture , Centre: Rembrandt Bugatti (Italian 1884-1916), Asian Elephant walking, circa 1909-1910 © Courtesy Xavier Eeckhout Gallery, Right: GABON (Makokou-Mékambo) Kota Mask, Presumed period: late 19th to early 20th century © Studio Philippe de Formanoir

As part of Christie’s ongoing commitment to facilitating the public exhibition and sale of works of art from a broad variety of categories to global audiences, a special exhibition will be staged from 25 to 29 May by three leading European dealers at the Hong Kong Convention Centre, during Christie’s spring season of activities.

Guillaume Cerutti, Chief Executive Officer, Christie’s: “We have invited Robert Bowman, Didier Claes and Xavier Eeckhout, three highly respected figures in the art industry, to bring a selection of works of art to our flagship public exhibition in Asia. Christie’s is not only committed to exhibiting and celebrating artworks from across era and cultures, we also wish to forge stronger relationships with our partners in the trade through projects such as this. These selling exhibitions offer a wonderful opportunity to collectors in Asia.”

BOWMAN SCULPTURE, LONDON

Bowman Sculpture specialises in works by leading artists, ranging from the 19th century through to the present day, and is the foremost gallery in the world for sculpture by Auguste Rodin (French, 1840-1917). During Christie’s May season in Hong Kong, Bowman Sculpture will present a selection of works by Rodin, whose celebrated sculptures have become icons of modern art. Highlighting the collection will be Rodin’s Le Baiser (The Kiss) (conceived in 1886), one of the artist’s best known sculptures. Originally conceived as part of The Gates of Hell, it was first exhibited as an independent group in Paris and Brussels in 1887. The Kiss represents the tragic love story of Paolo and Francesca da Rimini from Dante’s Inferno. Today, with its blend of eroticism and idealism, The Kiss is considered an emblem of love and passion and will be displayed alongside Rodin’s L’Éternel Printemps (Eternal Spring) (conceived in 1884)also inspired by Paolo and Francesca.

The exhibition will also present Le frère et la soeur (Brother and Sister) (conceived in 1890), a rare collaboration between Rodin and the famous female sculptor Camille Claudel, who was Rodin’s lover and studio assistant. Madly in love but unable to abandon his partner of many years Rose Beuret, the relationship between Rodin and Claudel ended in 1890, the same year that Le frère et la soeur was conceived. While the sculpture is signed by Rodin and acknowledged as being a work he created, the original figure for the young woman was in fact modelled on Claudel’s La Jeune Fille à la Gerbe (Young Girl with a Sheaf). Using Claudel’s original form, Rodin made slight alterations to the composition including the addition of the small child. Le frère et la soeur (Brother and Sister) is the only known work in which Rodin directly collaborated with Claudel and was greatly received by collector’s during Rodin’s lifetime, perhaps because of its tender nature which differentiated it from the sombre figures that characterised The Gates of Hell. As a result, numerous museum collections around the world currently house versions of this model; including the Musée Rodin (Paris), the Fitzwilliam Museum (Cambridge), Walker Art Gallery (Liverpool), the Metropolitan Museum of Art (NYC) and the Museum of Fine Arts (Boston).

Robert Bowman: “Rodin sits among the greatest sculptors since Michelangelo. While acquiring sculpture by Michelangelo is impossible, it is still possible to collect world class sculptures by Rodin. At Bowman Sculpture, we guide collectors through the maze of numerous casts, offering only the very best works from the artist.”

DIDIER CLAES, BELGIUM

The Didier Claes gallery will display a selection of important masks, highlighted by a Kota mask from Gabon, along with a Chokwe mask from the Democratic Republic of the Congo and an Ibibio mask from Nigeria. The Kota masks are a rare and still unknown aspect of Kota art, discovered in the 20th century in North Kota, eastern Gabon. This mask (presumed period: late 19th to early 20th century), is known as an Emboli or Empoli and is a helmet mask of impressive height, carved out of wood. The mask reflects dreamlike imagery, merging animal and anthropomorphic motifs. The face is somewhat reminiscent of reliquaries with bulging eyes, a flat triangular nose and a rectangular mouth. The spots on the mask symbolise the panther and represent a warlike strength, while the ridge recalls the sagittal crest of the male gorilla, which evokes a powerful spirit of the forest. These masks appear at festivals and during the initiation ceremonies.

The exhibition will also feature a Pwo female mask (presumed period: late 19th to early 20th century), an outstanding example of a traditional Chokwe mask. Carved in wood, the mask features half-closed almond eyes with arched brows and patterns of scarification. The mask honours the founding female ancestors from who the Chokwe trace their descent and are often worn during ceremonies to bring fertility and prosperity to a community.

The Ibibio mask (presumed period: late 19th to early 20th century) originates from southwest Nigeria. The mask has an emaciated appearance and the design is indicative of death or to the diseases common to the area. These masks are worn during annual ceremonies and relay the connection between the world of the living and that of their ancestors, who are responsible for the welfare of the tribe.

Didier Claes: “On the occasion of the exhibition organised by Christie’s in Hong Kong with two other gallery owners, Xavier Eeckhout and Robert Bowman, my gallery will present a selection of important masks. The selected group includes a Chokwe mask from the Democratic Republic of the Congo, an Ibibio from Nigeria, and also a rare masterpiece: a Kota mask from Gabon. Power, exaltation and discovery will be the themes of this exhibition. The gallery has decided to participate in this exhibition for two reasons; it is a lovely opportunity to exhibit in a fabulous city with an exciting, fast-paced art scene and the Didier Claes gallery is honored to work in collaboration with Christie’s and great art dealers: Xavier Eeckhout and Robert Bowman.”

GALERIE XAVIER EECKHOUT, PARIS

Xavier Eeckhout is an expert in the field of animal sculpture, offering an eclectic and varied array of works. Among the highlights on display during the exhibition, Galerie Xavier Eeckhout will present Rembrandt Bugatti’s (Italian, 1884-1916) Asian elephant walking (circa 1909-1910). Bugatti sought to capture the strength, movement and character traits of these majestic mammals, dedicating a series to sculpting elephants from 1907 to 1910. Also on view from Galerie Xavier Eeckhout will be works by Edouard Marcel Sandoz (Swiss, 1881–1971) including Seated fennec (circa 1920-1930), alongside Two young dogs (1931) by his pupil Enrico-Manfredo Di Palma-Falco (Italian, 1886-1988). Both artists completed their training at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris under the tutelage of sculptor Antonin Mercié. Marcel Sandoz’s Seated fennec, portrays his understanding of classical and traditional techniques, knowledge of materials and profound understanding of his subject-matter. Focusing on the study of both wild and domestic animals, Marcel Sandoz was a prominent member of the Societé des Artistes Animaliers, founded in 1912, and went on to establish the French Society of Animalists in 1933.

Xavier Eeckhout: “Accepting Christie’s invitation to promote animal sculpture on the Asian continent is an honour and a project dear to my heart. It is an innovative initiative which encourages collaboration between art dealers and auction houses, thus creating a dynamic which is indispensable in a constantly evolving art market.

Colored diamonds highlight this April’s Magnificent Jewels auction in New York

Colored diamonds highlight this April’s Magnificent Jewels auction in New York

  MAGNIFICENT JEWELS LIVE AUCTION: TUESDAY, APRIL 17th, 2018 ONLINE AUCTION: TUESDAY, APRIL 10th – THURSDAY, APRIL 19th, 2018  Christie’s New York announces the April 17 auction of Magnificent Jewels. The sale will offer a selection of more than 200 lots, with estimates ranging from $4,000 […]

Spring is coming, get inspired by Music

Spring is coming, get inspired by Music

The imaginary Japanese-pop band shot by Scandebergs   A wardrobe inspired by music ‘Hyper KENZO’ Zipped Polo Tiny Kalifornia Hyper Kenzo T-shirt KENZO leather Logo Backpack

Modern Luxury Meets ’70s Cool Bottega Veneta

Modern Luxury Meets ’70s Cool Bottega Veneta

 

 

 

The fluid, oversize silhouette of this silk coat expresses effortless sophistication. The style features voluminous raglan sleeves and notched lapels, and is detailed with the collection’s graceful mini eyelet embroidery along the seams. The crisp silk fabric is treated for a water-repellent effect and left unlined for added lightness.

 

 

 

 

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Ring in the New Year in Times Square for the Iconic Ball Drop and Additional Celebrations

Ring in the New Year in Times Square for the Iconic Ball Drop and Additional Celebrations

NYC & COMPANY INVITES VISITORS TO RING IN THE NEW YEAR IN TIMES SQUARE AND BEYOND —Approximately One Million Expected to Gather in Times Square for Iconic Ball Drop with Additional Celebrations Taking Place Across All Five Boroughs Plus Activities for New Year’s Day 2018— […]

Best September Events in NYC

Best September Events in NYC

New York City in the Fall         The start of fall brings museum exhibitions, festivals and season openings—including those of the New York Philharmonic, Met Opera and New York City Ballet. The Jewish Museum displays rarely seen works of Italian-Jewish artist Amedeo […]

Up Close: Michelangelo’s Sistine Chapel

Up Close: Michelangelo’s Sistine Chapel

Up Close: Michelangelo’s Sistine Chapel

Michelangelo´s Masterpiece masquerades Santiago Calatrava´s Oculus in New York City.

The recently inaugurated Oculus structure, by renowned starchitect Santiago Calatrava, now boats works of art that bodes well with its granduer. The 4 billion dollar structure is already Manhattan´s latest landmark. Its striking ivory coated ribs penetrate the lower Manhattan skyline and has redefined Downtown streetscape.

The Ceiling paintings from the Sistine Chapel have been reproduced, using state of the art technology, inside the transportation terminal. The exhibition allows people to appreciate Michelangelo’s art work up close. This unique show not only showcases one of the most illustrious paintings of Western Art. The exhibition offers the opportunity to admire Michelangelo’s masterpiece like never before.

 

Westfield World Trade Center
New York, NY
Till July 23

Get your tickets here: https://www.westfield.com/upclose/tickets


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