Sotheby's Monaco

Monday-Saturday 10:00AM-7:00PM and by appointment
Discover Sotheby’s Monaco – a gallery that brings together exceptional works of art, design and luxury in a curated lifestyle setting.

As connoisseurs of the extraordinary, and a trusted source for collectors, our experts have carefully chosen pieces of enduring value, outstanding quality, and authentic craftsmanship, all available for immediate purchase. Martin Klosterfelde comments “We have curated a compelling selection of international classic, modern and contemporary masters, and will launch with a presentation of one-of-a-kind jewelry creations by Glenn Spiro, typically reserved for his private ateliers.”

Situated in the heart of the Côte d’Azur, the space brings a lively calendar of events, from virtual wine tastings to trunk shows. We also offer a range of both on and offline services, and private appointments are welcome. Our knowledgeable specialists will be pleased to provide confidential advice and discuss any works of interest in the constantly refreshed and evolving edit.

20 Avenue de la Costa, 98000 Monaco

Opening hours:
Tuesday-Saturday 10:00AM-7:00PM and by appointment


Discover our Next Exhibition

Contemporary Masters | 14 September–14 October

Sotheby’s in Monaco are proud to present a standout selection of works from Contemporary Icons such as George Condo, Jenny Saville, Keith Haring and Albert Oehlen, carefully curated in a dynamic exhibition within our stunning gallery space. Showcasing a compelling group of paintings, sculpture and works on paper, the works of art featured in ‘Contemporary Masters’ bring together the best that Contemporary Art has to offer on the market to date.

Uncompromisingly raw, Jenny Saville’s Self Portrait is a bold and fearless work exposing the artist’s organic painterly style and focus on the imperfections of the human body. Executed in 1992, the year the artist graduated from Glasgow School of Art, Self Portrait will be available for immediate purchase and on view from 14th September. Vivacious and bold, Albert Oehlen's Conrad Veidt is an archetypal example of Oehlen's practice involving paint and found imagery. The abstract canvas' energetic explosions of colour and spirited lines are juxtaposed with the seminal Casablanca film poster, pasted expectantly over the paint.

Renowned for his ever-changing style, experimental use of materials and rejection of conventional aesthetic ideals, Jean Dubuffet began his longest-running series L’Hourloupe in 1962. An expansive body of work that would grow to include drawings, paintings and sculptures, the cycle is typified by free-flowing linear elements and a reduced palette of red, black, blue and white. Executed in 1968, Paysage Amoncelé embodies the most core ideals of the series, including the sense of play, visual dynamism, and sense of scale. The present work was completed in 8 parts which allows the sculpture a true depth of embodiment, expanding the field of vision with layers of intricacies and colour whilst creating a continuity between object, place and the figure.

Executed in 2008, Smiling Woman with Hat is a playful example of George Condo’s arresting portraiture style, playfully drawing together both a contemporary feel with a cubist twist. Imposing in its size, this work on paper is wonderfully textured with impasto and fevered oilstick. Sotheby’s are delighted to offer these works amongst many others for private sale as part of the Contemporary Masters exhibition.

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