T he event will feature a collection of items with estimates ranging from €500 to 50,000, signed by famous international artists, including Hans Hartung, Robert Indiana, Jean-Pierre Pincemin and César, together with a Senufo figure from the Ivory Coast, design pieces by Philippe Hiquily and photographs by Peter Lindberg, Richard Prince and Liu Bolin.
After fashion designer Esteban Cortazar in 2019, it is the turn of independent curator Lolita Cros to join up with Sotheby's to create an original scenography.
Born in Paris, Lolita Cros is an independent curator who lives and works in New York. She is known for her projects and exhibitions that combine the works of established and emerging artists. For each project, she proposes an innovative venue that invites visitors to reconsider their expectations and look at the work through a new and unique perspective.
In 2016, she began organizing and facilitating a series of conferences with renowned artists such as Peter McGough (from McDermott & McGough), Duane Michals, Peter Saul and Tina Barney. In 2017, she became Curator and Consultant for all current and future spaces of The Wing. Artists featured at The Salon at The Wing include Marilyn Minter, Jenny Holzer and Senga Nengudi, among others.