Melissa Neumann, along with her father Hubert Neumann, share a deep passion for art and its promotion, fostering a generational connection. Together, they focus on discovering emerging artists and aiding in their artistic journeys, emphasizing the importance of this mission. Collecting art is considered an art form itself, reflecting a 60-year journey that culminated in their unique space designed for showcasing a blend of renowned artists like Miro and Dubuffet alongside younger talents. Their collection is a testament to enduring quality, and they believe in the transformative power of art. Six works from the Neumann collection, showcasing artists like Wayne Thiebaud, René Magritte, Jean Arp, , Pablo Picasso, and two works by Paul Klee (Ein Dorf als Reliefspiel & Krüppel) will be featured in three upcoming Sotheby's November Sales in New York, including the Modern Evening, Modern Day Auction and Contemporary Evening.
Great Collectors: The (Art) World through the Neumann’s Glass
NEW YORK | 13-15 NOVEMBER 2023