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For 40 years Sotheby’s Vienna office has proved to be a valuable resource for our local clients. Our team, together with our international experts in all categories, can assist with valuations and other Sotheby’s services, such as private sales.

Our Vienna office is based in the Palais Wilczek, where a charming exhibition room allows us to host lectures and travelling exhibitions on a regular basis. Sotheby’s Vienna also runs the Artist Quarterly program, founded by managing director Andrea Jungmann, to promote young artists by providing them with a space to present their works on Sotheby’s premises. Our specialists continue to be available to you and are happy to help you find out the value of your item.

Valuation Days

Whether it’s a painting, piece of jewellery, a bottle of wine or a sculpture, we can give you a face-to-face valuation whenever and wherever you are with our virtual valuation service. Should your item fall into one of the following areas, we would like to draw your attention to our schedule of upcoming valuation days. If of interest, please do contact us on

+43 1 512 4772 or

Contemporary Art: monthly

Impressionist and Modern Art: monthly;

Old Master Paintings: monthly

Jewels and Watches: 16 April

Asian Art: April

20th Century Design: 29 April

Photographs: May

Sculpture and Works of Art: May

Sotheby’s Artist Quarterly
Works by Arang Choi
"Parallel Panorama"

25 January – 28 March 2024
Monday–Friday | 9:00 AM–5:00 PM

© 2023 Arang Choi, Parallel Panorama (Detail), 2023,oil on canvas, 170 x 500 cm / with base 220 x 500 cm

Arang Choi (*1992) finds her inspiration for her forms, colours and surfaces mostly in documentaries about nature, landscape and animals paired with her own observations, which the artist then processes directly into drawings or photographs, thus creating her own fantastic visual world. Arang Choi is assisted by a creature she has named Èmulb, a hybrid form somewhere between animal, human and fantasy, botanical creation, landscape and architectural space, which is constantly evolving and serves as a mediator for the artist to visualize her imagination. The eyes are particularly important to Arang Choi, who sees them as a door to empathy.

At the centre of the exhibition is Arang Choi's diploma thesis (Academy of Fine Arts / year). In the multi-part large-format installation, which refers to the atmosphere of Renaissance painting, the artist shows a fantasy world she has created, which becomes an almost realistic three-dimensional experience for the viewer, also due to the slightly curved shape of the work.

"Parallel Panorama" - the title of the show - refers to the format of the installation and the possibility of immersing oneself in an infinite number of parallel worlds, realities or mental states. Coexistence without human superiority as a utopian idea.

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