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Sotheby's Asia's Sales Rise, Piasa's Frederic Chambre, John Lennon's Austin Princess, and More

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Wednesday, July 27, 2016


Sotheby’s Asia First Half Sales up by 22% Over Last Year

by Archana Khare-Ghose • Sotheby’s Asia has posted a 22 percent increase in its revenue in the first half of 2016 over the same period last year. Over the course of the past six months, Sotheby’s sales in Asia achieved HK$3.6 billion (US$461.5 million), a season high total among international auction houses in the region.


The Auctioneer: Piasa's Frédéric Chambre Talks Priorities; Inaugural Contemporary Chinese Design Auction

by Sonia Kolesnikov-Jessop • The Parisian auction house’s associate vice chairman and CEO discusses his passion for design and the importance of the category in future sales.


John Lennon’s Austin Princess up for Auction on Sep 7

by Sonia Kolesnikov-Jessop • The 1956 Austin Princess will be one of the star lots at RM Sotheby’s London sale on September 7, with an estimate of £250,000 ($328,500). The car was used by Lennon and Yoko Ono in the 1972 film “Imagine” to promote his Capitol Records album which shared the same title.


K-Pop Icon T.O.P to Curate Sotheby’s Hong Kong Evening Sale

by Claire Bouchara • The South Korean singer, rapper, and actor, who is a member of one of K-pop’s most popular boy bands, will curate Sotheby’s Hong Kong’s Contemporary Art Autumn Sale on October 3.


Sotheby’s Highlights Ming Ma’s Unique Illustrations in HK Selling Exhibition

by Claire Bouchara • Sotheby’s is presenting a selling exhibition of unique works by Hong Kong artist Ming Ma from August 25 until September 2. Entitled “Ming Ma: The Artist Upstairs,” the show will spotlight the artist’s portraits and illustrations, including those created in collaboration with Chinese filmmaker Yon Fan.

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