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Year : 1999
150 entries
SUCCESS FOR SOTHEBY'S IN GROUSSAY
01 June 1999
The five-day sale of the contents of the Château de Groussay near Paris organised by Sotheby's with the assistance of two French auctioneers between June 1st and 4th 1999 was a tremendous success....
STENBERG BROTHERS : CONSTRUCTING A REVOLUTION IN SOVIET DESIGN
01 August 1999
The Armand Hammer Museum of Art and Culture Center of Los Angeles is presenting the first retrospective of Vladimir Stenberg (1899-1982) and Georgii Stenberg (1900-1933), prominent designers and ...
SOTHEBY'S PARIS INITIATIVE
01 August 1999
The Parisian auctioning group Poulain-Le Fur has denied it had reached an agreement with Sotheby's with a view of organising sales in Paris before a long-delayed draft on the reform of auction sales...
SUICIDE/TATOO SALVATION
01 August 1999
Ron Athey, the pope of body art, presented in Paris on August 21st 1999 his "Suicide/Tatoo Salvation" and "Saint Sebastian/Zen gardens" and "The Solar Anus" ritual plays of suffering body. Twenty...
FRENCH ARCHITECT FOR THE NEW PEKING OPERA
01 August 1999
French architect Paul Andreu will build the new opera house of Peking with an elliptic dome in the middle of a lake, it was announced on August 14th 1999. The Louvre pyramid was built by a Chinese...
GIAMBOLOGNA SUPERSTAR
01 December 1999
A bronze sculpture after Giambologna brought the biggest surprise of the year in Paris when it fetched 7,7 million FF (almost US $ 1,2 million) on December 13th 1999 at Drouot. This sculpture only...
TRIUMPH FOR 18th CENTURY FURNITURE
01 December 1999
The sale of the Akkram Ojjeh collection of furniture held by Christie's on December 11th 1999 in Monte Carlo met considerable success with the auction house recording a 220,3 million francs (US $...
IZNIK PLATE FETCHES HIGH PRICE
01 December 1999
An Iznik ceramic plate decorated with pinks and hyacinths almost in mint condition sold for 532,000 FF (US $ 82,480) at Drouot on December 6th 1999. This plate came from the residue of the...
BOOKS SELL WELL IN LONDON
01 December 1999
The collection of Parisian collector Renaud Gillet sold well at Sotheby's on October 27th 1999 in London with a turnover of some £ 4,3 million (US $ 6,98 million). The first edition of «Jazz»,...
EXCEPTIONAL FIAC 2000
01 December 1999
The 2000 edition of the French International Fair of Contemporary Art (FIAC) promises to be exceptional with galeries exhibiting one single artist, a new concept aimed at inducing a better...
STOLEN WORKS OF ART SURRENDERED
01 December 1999
French officials returned thirteen works of art stolen from four Jewish dealers during the Second World War to their heirs, it was announced on December 15th 1999 in Paris. These works, including a...
NEW EXHIBITION ROOMS IN THE LOUVRE
01 December 1999
The Louvre museum in Paris opened on December 15th 1999 seven rooms devoted to the 1815 and 1830-48 periods. Museum officials said they were in need of good pieces produced during these periods....
MAJOR EXHIBITION DATES FOR 2000
01 December 1999
Several major exhibitions will take place around the world during the year 2000. Here is a list of those art lovers should not miss: JANUARY: Paris: Mnam: Jour de fête From January 1st until February...
SUCCESS FOR THE ALEXANDER COLLECTION
01 May 1999
Many records prices were reached during the sale of the Alexander collection of 18th Century furniture and objects of art at Christie's on April 30th 1999 in New York. The sale, held in Christie's...
FRENCH REFORM DELAYED
01 May 1999
The projected reform of auction sales in France was once again delayed when the French Senate postponed its examination on May 3rd 1999. The bill was due to be voted last year but due to several...
ASIAN ART : A SOLID MARKET
01 May 1999
Asian art pieces fared well during sales at Christie's and Sotheby's at the end of March 1999 in New York. Christie's total turnover for their three-day sales fetched $ 13,57 million while Sotheby's...
MODERN PAINTING : A NEW GENERATION OF BIDDERS
01 November 1999
Modern and Contemporary paintings are being bought by a new generation of bidders who are well-off enough to collect art. Among these new collectors Steve Wynn, the owner of the Bellagio Hotel in Las...
TOP PARIS AUCTIONEER CHARGED AGAIN
01 October 1999
Jacques Tajan, one of the top auctionneers in Paris was again charged by an investigating judge regarding his role in the controversial sale of a Giacometti sculpture in July 1994. Mr Tajan was...
COMMODE FROM THE OJJEH COLLECTION MIGHT HAVE ROYAL PROVENANCE
01 October 1999
Christie's announced that certain pieces of furniture from the Akkram Ojjeh collection due to be sold on December 11th 1999 in Monaco might have a royal provenance. A Louis 16th black lacquered and...
MANY MONUMENTS DAMAGED IN FRANCE FOLLOWING STORMS
01 December 1999
Many historical buildings were damaged in France following a storm that swept the country during the morning of December 26th 1999. The French Culture Ministry announced that damages amounted to some...
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