Punctuated by extraordinary results for Pablo Picasso and Henri Matisse and a world auction record for Mark Bradford, our historic Evening Sale in London achieved the highest sale total in company history.
Pablo Picasso's 1932 series depicting his muse Marie-Thérèse Walter as a reclining odalisque. Curator and art historian Charles Stuckey provides an in-depth look at the painting's astonishing intimacy and power ahead of the 8 March Evening Sale. Learn more: [ Phll.ps Link ]
"What does it say to you?" The Los Angeles-based, world-renowned collector Blake Byrne discusses his passion for collecting and living with what he describes as "tough, contemporary art." His philosophy is underscored by the decades he has spent accumulating career-spanning works by Marlene Dumas—most notably, her 2006 portrait, 'The Pilgrim'.
With 50 works of art spanning over a century in our Evening Sale alongside a dynamic selection in our Day Sale, this season in London is features iconic works by modern masters Pablo Picasso, Henri Matisse and Henry Moore alongside contemporary pieces by Rudolf Stingel, Mark Bradford and more. Join us now at 30 Berkeley Square.
"1982 was a year that saw Kiefer go deeper in exploring what it meant for an artist to look at their own culture and history." Hear from Cheyenne Westphal on this German abstract masterpiece. Visit Berkeley Square to see the work, now on view through 7 March in advance of our spring Evening Sale.