EXHIBITIONS IN AMERICA


All Sotheby's exhibitions are free and open to the public. 

Sotheby's New York
1334 York Avenue
New York, New York

Sotheby's Los Angeles
2029 Century Park East
Suite 2950
Los Angeles, CA 90067
 

Old Masters Online
Exhibition: 10–24 April | New York
Auction: 10–24 April | Online
Our spring Old Masters Online auction will feature an intriguing array of paintings and drawings at attractive price points that span through the centuries and the majority of Europe.
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Fine Jewels
Exhibition: 13–17 April | New York
Auction: 19 April | New York
Featuring jewels by David Webb, Cartier, Buccellati and more, the Fine Jewels sale offers luxurious pieces to get your spring off to a sparkling start.
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The Jeweler’s Eye: The Personal Collection of Fred Leighton
Exhibition: 13–18 April | New York
Auction: 18 April | New York
Sotheby’s is honored to present the personal collection of the late celebrity jeweler, Fred Leighton. With an acute eye for fine and unusual objects, Mr Leighton spent much of his life identifying, and transforming heirloom and period jewels into the coveted baubles of society and celebrity clients alike.
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LUXE: ART OF DESIGN | European Decorative Arts and 20th Century Design
Exhibition: 13–19 April | New York
Auction: 20–22 April | New York
This April’s offering of decorative arts explores the art of design throughout the centuries, bringing together English, European, and American silver, ceramics, furniture, and tapestries, with an array of Pre- and Post-War Design objects and furniture.
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Prints & Multiples
Exhibition: 22–26 April | New York
Auction: 26 April | New York
Sotheby’s upcoming auction will feature important work by noteworthy artists of the past 150 years. Highlights include: Flags I, Jasper Johns’ richly layered 1973 screenprint, Océanie, la mer, Henri Matisse’s largest scale editioned piece and a brilliant example of his use of “cut-outs,” and Andy Warhol’s beloved Flowers, among others.
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EXHIBITIONS IN EUROPE

All Sotheby's exhibitions are free and open to the public. 

Sotheby's London
34-35 New Bond Street
London W1S 2RT UK

Sotheby's Paris
76, rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré
Paris, France

Sotheby's Milan
Palazzo Serbelloni
Corso Venezia, 16
20121 - Milano

Arte Moderna e Contemporanea
Exhibition: 14–17 April | Milan
Auction: 18–19 April | Milan
This spring sale will take place during the MIART Fair and the Salone del Mobile, undoubtedly the best time of the year for art in Milan. Among the highlights are ten iconic lots from a private Italian collection. And to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Sotheby’s in Italy, we are pleased to offer a wide selection of artworks by Lucio Fontana.
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Rugs and Carpets: Including Distinguished Collections
Exhibition: 20–23 April | London
Auction: 23 April | London
Sotheby’s is delighted to announce a new spring Rugs and Carpets sale to be held alongside London Islamic week. Our sale includes distinguished collections and offers a wide range of property drawn across Europe and the USA, with selected works representative of the international weaving centres of Persia, Caucasus, Anatolia, Central Asia, China, and Europe.
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The Orientalist Sale
Exhibition: 20–24 April | London
Auction: 24 April | London
The Orientalist Sale, launched as an annual event in 2012 and now in its seventh season, brings together paintings and sculpture representing the landscapes, people, and customs of North Africa, Egypt, the Levant, Arabia, and the Ottoman world during the 19th and early 20th centuries.
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20th Century Art / Middle East
Exhibition: 20–24 April | London
Auction: 24 April | London
Sotheby’s is honoured to host what will be among our most seminal auctions for 20th Century Art/Middle East during our Orientalist and Middle Eastern Art week. The sale will feature some of the rarest and most sought-after artists from the modern era up to the contemporary period.
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Arts of the Islamic World
Exhibition: 20–24 April | London
Auction: 25 April | London
The Arts of the Islamic World sale comprises varied works of art produced under the aegis of multiple Islamic Empires spread over three continents over a period of over 1200 years. Sourced from several European private collections, highlights include beautiful ceramic wares, refined Indian miniature paintings, as well as Arab, Persian and Turkish manuscripts.
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