Sotheby’s is set to host a preview and auction for David Bowie’s private art collection in a number of locations over the coming months.
Renowned and global auctioneer art powerhouse, Sotheby’s, will be hosting auction to some of Bowie’s most intimate items from the art world he so very much loved and collected from. Known under many titles – pop icon, artist, actor and magazine editor (the list can go on), our beloved Bowie sadly passed away earlier this year… His artistry reigns on through his own personal works and music and no-one is letting us forget that just yet, as his own personal eclectic art collection is now being opened to the public eye for viewing and it’s collective auction rate is said to be worth millions.
You can take a sneak preview of some of the collection here – It all looks incredibly exciting! It shows us just how deep in to creativity he really was, how willing he was to be fully involved regardless of art medium, regardless of the price, it proves it was what he lived for. Mediums in design range from product and furniture design like sofa’s, to print based works, sculptures and items from world famous artists such as Damien Hirst and Jean-Michel Basquiat.
Ahead of the anticipated London auction event this November 2016, there will be a few selected dates over the next few months where the public can gain access to viewing. Entitled the Highlights Preview Tour it will be hosted in a few locations as follows;
London– July 20th-Aug 9th
Los Angeles– September 20th-21st
New York– September 26th-29th
Hong Kong– October 12th-15th
Three auctions will then run for three consecutive nights working around different mediums and genres of art and event times.
I know guys, I’ve been missing! Well, it is to do with a number of things…
First thing’s first, I’ve planted myself back in the UK officially now, which means… New job & new home! (I miss Japan and will be returning soon – I’ll talk more about that another time).
It’s been a lot. Fun, sad, tiring, exciting – a mixture of emotions. However, it does mean that I’m back and working hard on some new projects & posts for you (and a YouTube channel – not ready just yet!)
I’ve been travelling, attending shows, visiting a lot of galleries, posting up at events but mainly been working on some new art and content for Phoenix Troy of Phoenix + The Flower Girl. My current digital spread on this site just isn’t cutting it. I’m not really a digital art type of girl – I do scan and edit for the sake of online exposure and digital prints but I’m really a hands on kind of artist. I love original feel and I guess that’s just me. So, as it goes I’ve decided to give you some more of my art (finally) and in the mean time work on my own regular exhibits to coincide with what I’m working on, for which I will be looking for other artists (one-off or long term commitment) to get involved… There will be some conditions for the main hub of what I’ll be doing, although I’m very much up for working with anyone in any medium or industry who’s up for some collaboration or projects (contact me via this page or Facebook).
I’ll be posting more information on the exhibits when it is available, however stay tuned for the usual!