London, 30 January – 18 February 2020
20th Century Week at Christie’s London is an unmissable opportunity to acquire works by some of the biggest names in Impressionist, Modern and Post-War and Contemporary Art.
Spanning eight auctions from 30 January – 18 February, Impressionist and Modern Art highlights from the Evening Sale on 5 February include a vivid Picasso still-life, Intérieur au pot de fleurs, as well as Eve, one of Rodin’s most celebrated sculptures. Our annual The Art of the Surreal Evening Sale showcases works by the leading artists of the Surrealist movement, including René Magritte, James Ensor, Salvador Dalì and Francis Picabia.
The Post-War and Contemporary Art Evening Sale on 12 February offers a range of exceptional pieces by key 20th- and 21st-century figures such as Albert Oehlen and Gerhard Richter alongside exciting contemporary names, including Tschabalala Self and Jordan Casteel. The Day Sale continues this theme, with works by Thomas Schütte and Jean Dubuffet juxtaposed with emerging talent like Harold Ancart and Eddie Martinez.
Preview works during the global tour in Hong Kong and Taipei from 7–15 January, or visit the full view at our King Street galleries in London from 30 January.
Warhol’s Muhammad Ali makes top price; world records set for Jordan Casteel and Günther F?rg; the Post-War and Contemporary Art Evening Sale totals ￡56,180,434
A 360-degree view of our upcoming sales of Post-War and Contemporary Art in London
Five Impressionist and Modern Art auctions across 20th Century total $128,735,701
A 360-degree view of our upcoming auctions of Impressionist and Modern Art in London
Hailed as one of the giants of Modernism, the artist who fell in and out of love with painting and coined the term Art Brut
Why the acclaimed Polish artist will be celebrated in a major retrospective at Tate Modern this year
Historian and broadcaster Emma Dabiri picks paintings by Genieve Figgis, Eddie Martinez, Tschabalala Self and Shara Hughes
A selection of artists whose reputations and markets are on the rise — featuring works offered in our Post-War and Contemporary Art auctions
The Harlem-born artist’s radical works depicting black female forms are breathing new life into figurative art
As works owned by Richard L. Weisman come to auction at King Street, we tell the story of the collector’s role in Warhol’s ‘Athletes’ series
The beauty industry veteran has been collecting minimalist art for years. Her John Pawson home sets it off to perfection
As Dead of Night comes to auction in London, we examine how the artist’s work blends new and old ideas of Japanese identity
Exploring Picasso’s career-spanning exploration of the still-life though three typically autobiographical examples offered in London
A guide to the artist who captured inter-war high society in an Art Deco style that oozed cool chic and elegant sensuality
Discover this evocative portrait of Berlin, defining the traumatic era within which it was made.
Gef?hrliche Stra?e is a rare survivor from a series of paintings of Berlin by night that George Grosz painted in the final months of WWI
The chronicler of Weimar Berlin’s seamy side and a satirical thorn in the side of the Nazi regime
A primer on the great Belgian Surrealist, featuring upcoming works offered at Christie’s
More than 100 years ago, London staged two important exhibitions of Futurist art. The second featured a work offered this season
A selection of UniCredit's artworks will be offered in Christie's Impressionist and Modern Art Day and Works on Paper sales in London
A video tour of the former home and studio of the man described as ‘arguably the greatest Italian painter of the 20th century’
A primer on the Belgian artist described as ’a creator of fantastical sights’ — featuring works offered at Christie’s
Our specialists’ tips, from what to look for in a glaze to how to read hidden stamps — featuring upcoming works offered at Christie’s
About the lot
Speak with Confidence about Contemporary Art
Explore the ways in which contemporary art is made, presented, spoken about and sold in this this single-session course centered on four keystone video interviews. The course will give you a framework of ideas, questions and vocabulary to approach contemporary art with confidence.
Launching February 2020.
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Marina Abramovi?’s The Life
The world’s first Mixed Reality performance artwork. The ‘godmother of performance art’ talks to Christie’s about her groundbreaking new work, ahead of its landmark sale at Christie’s in 2020.