Sotheby’s Doha office opened in 2008 followed by a record-breaking inaugural auction in 2009. In total, 5 bespoke auctions have been held in the country, spanning multiple categories including: international contemporary art, modern and contemporary Middle Eastern art, fine jewels and watches.
Over the past decade, Sotheby’s has continued to support Doha’s commitment to arts and culture, as seen in the impressive institutional developments of the Museum of Islamic Art (MIA), Mathaf, Qatar National Library and most recently, the Jean Nouvel designed Qatar National Museum.
Sotheby’s has a longstanding role in engaging with local charitable events and remains committed to bespoke projects and educational initiatives.
Sotheby’s Doha offers comprehensive services for clients worldwide. We are able to call upon the expertise of Sotheby's international specialists in all areas of fine and decorative art, jewellery, watches, books and other collectibles, and we can assist you in identifying and valuing your personal or corporate property. We can also advise on shipping, buying and selling with Sotheby's.