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Thursday, April 14, 2016

Auctions

On the Block: A Week of Classics at Christie’s New York

by Liza Muhlfeld, Art+Auction • From April 12 through 15 the house brings together six categories ranging from antiquities through modern art under one umbrella to encourage a more expansive approach to acquisitions among today’s collectors. Here, a selective look at what to expect.
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Datebook: Salone Internazionale del Mobile

by Julie Lasky, Art+Auction • The 55th edition of the International Furniture Fair runs April 12 to 17—delighting, inspiring, and torturing its 300,000 visitors with more new designs than can possibly be seen in a short visit.
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Sotheby’s London Islamic Week Sales Celebrate a Millennium of Middle-Eastern Art

by Samuel Spencer • Highlights include “On the Banks of the Nile,” 1921, a sculpture by the Egyptian artist Mahmoud Mokhtar (estimate £120-180,000; $168-252,000), and works from Iranian artists such as Farhad Moshiri and Monir Farmanfarmaian.
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Wu Guanzhong Sets World Auction Record for Chinese Painting at Poly HK

by Darryl Wee • Chinese master Wu Guanzhong’s “The Zhou Village” sold for HK$236 million (US$30.42 million), setting a new world auction record for Chinese modern and contemporary oil painting.
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15-Carat Pink Diamond to Be Auctioned at Sotheby's Geneva

by Samuel Spencer • Sotheby’s upcoming Magnificent Jewels and Noble Jewels sale in Geneva will be led by a 15.38-carat fancy vivid pink pear-shaped diamond, with an estimate of $28 million to $38 million.
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