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Tiqui Atencio on Art Collecting and Collectors, Surreal Masters Hit the Block, Lamborghinis in Spain, and More

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Wednesday, October 26, 2016


Tiqui Atencio on Getting Art Collectors Talking for New Book

by Nicholas Forrest • An interview with one of the world’s leading art collectors, Tiqui Atencio, the author of the new book “Could Have, Would Have, Should Have: Inside the World of the Art Collector.” Motivated by a desire to learn more about her fellow collectors, Atencio conducted almost 100 interviews with some of the art world’s most influential identities, from artists to financiers.


Christie’s to Sell Surreal Masterpieces Including Salvador Dalí Sofa, Telephone

by Samuel Spencer • 200 pieces from the collection of The Edward James Foundation, named after the famed patron of Surrealist artists–including Dalí and Magritte–will go on sale as part of Christie’s Classic Week on December 15 at the auction house’s London King Street branch.


Record 23 Lamborghini Miuras Mark 50 Years of ‘World’s Sexiest Supercar’

by Mark Beech • A record 23 Lamborghini Miuras have taken part in the model’s half-century celebration rally organized by classic-car collectors’ consultancy Kidston SA. Owners brought cars from around the world, including some of the rarest Miuras made. The event included a visit to the car’s spiritual home – not in Italy but Andalusia, Spain.


Rare Chinese and European Travel Books and Art at Sotheby's London

by Claire Bouchara • Rare Chinese and European books, maps, photographs, and manuscripts from two significant collections will be auctioned off on November 7 at Sotheby’s London in a sale that is bound to attract history connoisseurs. The sale, titled “China in Print & on Paper,” will be the first of its kind in three decades.


Works from Abhishek & Radhika Poddar Collection at Christie’s India Sale, Dec 18

by Archana Khare-Ghose • Important works of modern art from the collection of Abhishek and Radhika Poddar will lead the fourth consecutive sale by Christie’s in India, taking place on December 18 in Mumbai. A total of 41 lots will be offered from this collection, including important works by the leading modern Indian artists.


American Couple Donate Art Collection to Musée d’Orsay

by Nicholas Forrest • American collectors Marlene and Spencer Hays have announced that they are donating their art collection of more than 600 works from the 19th and 20th century to the Musée d’Orsay in Paris. According to a press release issued by the Musée d’Orsay, the donation is the largest and most significant donation to a French museum by a foreign donor since 1945.

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