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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 Austrian 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 Vienna.office@sothebys.com

Jewels: bi-monthly
Watches: bi-monthly
Old Master Paintings: July 11th
European Paintings: June 1st
Impressionist & Modern Art: June 22nd
Wine: June 24th
Contemporary Art: June 25th
Prints: July 5th
Books and Manuscripts: July 7th


SOTHEBY´S ARTIST QUARTERLY


JULIA BELOVA
Snakes have many Faces
Exhibiton
April 29th – July 8th 2022, MO-FR 9-17

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Julia Belova (b.1991), is an sculpture artist based in Vienna

In her artistic practice, Belova examines the relevance of the baroque and connects this time with the present. The artist experiments with religious baroque aesthetics and creates a collage of its elements that fetishizes her physicality and sexuality. In her sculptures, Belova works with corporeality in the context of the global concept of intimacy that religion demonstrates. Using plastic porcelain as the main material for her sculptures, the artist examines the main conflict of the Baroque era - the conflict between social role and authenticity, which, according to the artist, is still especially relevant for women * and representatives of the LGBT + community: the pulsating life of her body objects consists of lifeless porcelain that is already a role.

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