New Zealand’s capital has just welcomed ‘Quasi’, a giant hand-shaped sculpture which stands on a gallery’s roof – and which hasn’t necessary won the hearts of all inhabitants.
Sometimes the experts get it wrong. A Giacometti sculpture deemed "worthless" on BBC’s ‘Fake or Fortune’ sells for half a million.
'Le Poisson', a sculpture created by Constantin Brâncuși in the 1920s, was damaged and the owner is now suing for £18.4 million.
'ArcelorMittal Orbit' by Anish Kapoor, a flagship art project from Boris Johnson’s time as London Mayor, is £13 million in debt.
On 15 May, Jeff Koons took back the title of the most expensive living artist when his 'Rabbit' sold for £71.2 million at Christie's.
Exclusive limited editions of the iconic ‘Non-Violence’ knotted gun are now available as a collector’s object on the Non-Violence Art Project website. Next month, the Non-Violence Project is also presenting a version of the work signed by the Dalai Lama at Sotheby’s.
An exceptional marble bust by Antonio Canova from the collection of Baron Ashburton, Alexander Baring, a member of the famous dynasty of British bankers, is going under the hamlumer in Monte Carlo.
Fernand Lafarge left behind an exquisite art collection, and now’s your chance to secure a piece of it.
According to a Renaissance expert at the University of Naples, a Madonna sculpture previously attributed to Antonio Rossellino is now believed to be the last surviving sculpture by a young da Vinci.
A craftsman of plastic, glass, wood, and stone, Tony Cragg enriches the materials and reveals their beauty. Since the 2000s, his increased interest in the natural sciences has opened up his art to new formalities and pushed the boundaries of aesthetic language.
When Austin Auction Gallery of Austin, Texas, hosts three days of auctions on May 18, 19, and 20, 2018, bidders will be able to choose from Louis Vuitton purses, Civil War collectables, and Mid-Century furnishings. Highlights on May 19 also include Western paintings and bronzes, while May 20 will feature prized pieces from the Beverly Hills estate of House of Props founder, Solomon Alexander Torf.
The end of 2017 saw an uprising in women from all creative industries using their craft and their voices to shed light on the inequality and harassment women face in the field. This movement is continued into 2018, with artist Zoe Buckman's work Champ the latest potential mascot of the #MeToo campaign.
In April of this year, a Barnebys user sent in a Chinese bronze statue, explaining their uncle was once a merchant seaman who would travel between the UK and China.
From 29th November, Paris' Tajan house will hold no less than 9 auctions, we give you the lowdown.