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Rare-to-Market Picasso to Headline at Sotheby's, Auctionata and Paddle8 Merge, and More

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Wednesday, May 18, 2016

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Rare-to-Market Picasso to Headline Sotheby’s London Sale

by Judd Tully • A genuinely rare-to-market Cubist masterpiece headlines Sotheby’s June 21 evening sale in London, with Pablo Picasso’s stunning “Femme Assise,” 1909, featuring the fragmented beauty of his lover, Fernande Olivier, who he spent that revolutionary summer with in Spain’s rugged and remote Horta de Ebro.
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Bonhams to Offer Reddihough Collection of British Modern Art

by Nicholas Forrest • Bonhams will offer works from the collection of Cyril Reddihough, one of Ben Nicholson’s major supporters, at its Modern British and Irish Art Sale in London on June 15, 2016. Described by Bonhams as “one of the finest collections of British Modernist art to come to auction,” the Reddihough Collection includes key works by major figures in the history of British Modernist art.
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Online Auction Platforms Auctionata and Paddle8 to Merge

by Nicholas Forrest • The online auction platforms Auctionata and Paddle8 have announced that they are joining forces to create “the global leader in online auctions.” With joint sales of more than $150million and almost 800,000 registered users, the joint company will immediately become one of the top 10 auction houses worldwide outside of China.
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Artcurial Inaugurates New Department with Sale of Vintage Couture Jewelry and Fashion

by Michelle Tay • On July 4, Artcurial’s new department, Hermès Vintage & Fashion Arts, is holding a sale that will offer about 100 pieces of fashion jewelry from haute couture houses such as from Balenciaga, Chanel, Givenchy, and more.
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The Auctioneer: Bonhams’ Giles Peppiatt on African Art

by Sonia Kolesnikov-Jessop • Bonhams pioneered the first auction dedicated to Modern and Contemporary African art in London in April 2009 and last year felt confident enough to split that sale into two. This year, Africa Now: Modern Art will be held on May 25, with Africa Now: Contemporary Art following in October. Blouin Artinfo spoke to Gilles Peppiatt, director of Modern and Contemporary African Art at Bonhams, about the market.
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