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Wednesday, October 19, 2016


Interview: 'Bowie/Collector' Auction Explores the Genius of David Bowie’s Mind

by Claire Bouchara • An interview with Frances Christie, senior director and head of modern and postwar British art at Sotheby’s, which is set to sell the personal collection of the late David Bowie in November.


Sneak Peek: What to see at FIAC 2016 in Paris

by Nicholas Forrest • Amid subdued art market conditions and an uncertain economic climate, Foire Internationale d’Art Contemporain (FIAC) has taken the bold move of expanding its footprint for its 43rd iteration. Here’s a look at what to keep an eye out for at the fair.


Monet’s “Meule” Comes to Christie’s

by Judd Tully • Christie’s is offering a major and rare-to-market Claude Monet painting, “Meule” (“Grainstack”) from 1891 in its Impressionist and Modern Art evening sale on November 16 with an estimate-on-request price tag in the region of $45 million.


Hong Kong Art Collector Hallam Chow Donates Artworks to M+

by Claire Bouchara • Hong Kong’s future M+ art museum in the West Kowloon Cultural District recently received a significant donation of artworks from the collection of local art collector Hallam Chow.


Bentley, Astons, 10 Jaguar E-Types Sell as Brexit Boosts Auction

by Mark Beech • British marques led by Bentley, Aston Martin, Jaguar, and Rolls-Royce led a classic car sale as the Brexit effect continues to benefit auctions in the UK, and the lowered pound value makes UK auctions significantly more attractive for those with accounts held in other currencies.

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