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Christie"s sale offers a range of truly exceptional Russian works of art from distinguished European and American private collectors, most of which has never before appeared at auction. The sale is led by two pairs of magnificent porcelain vases manufactu...
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By the time auctioneer Jussi ...
By the time auctioneer Jussi Pylkkänen, president of Christie's Europe and the Middle East, had reached the selection of Iranian art, the crowd had thinned out, leaving front rows of experienced collectors and consigners, including Dubai gallerists, former director of the Tehran Contemporary Art Museum Alireza Sami-Azar, and London-based curator Rose Issa.
Farhad Moshiri's textured map of Iran, talked up by Pylkkänen
before and during the sale, was bought by a young UAE-based British expat for $48,000, four times its estimate.
"Bidding was measured, probably as ...
"Bidding was measured, probably as measured as I've seen over the last three or four years," said Jussi Pylkkanen, global president of Christie's International.
"Curating remains very important," he
said, adding that it was important to "choose exactly the right type of works that appeals to the broad market."
"We're really focusing on engaging a whole new client base," Pylkkanen
Following an auction of the finalists' ...
Following an auction of the finalists' works by Jussi Pylkkänen, President of Christie's Europe and Middle East, the winner was announced on Saturday 17th October 2009 during a cocktail reception at the Royal College of Art.
Christie's Global President Jussi ...
Christie's Global President Jussi Pylkkanen at the rostrum during the auction of Picasso's Les femmes d'Alger, Version O from 1955 that made auction record selling for $179,365,000.
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"We have actually gotten in a ...
"We have actually gotten in a brand-new age of the art market, one in which collectors from around the world are contending for the very finest artworks across classifications, driving sale costs to new heights," said Jussi Pylkkänen, global president of Christie's International, in the wake of last Might's $706 million- earning Looking Forward to the Past sale at the home in New York.
"We have actually gone into a new era of the art market, one in which collectors from around the world are contending for the very best artworks across categories, driving sale prices to new heights," said Jussi Pylkkänen, global president of Christie's International, in the wake of last May's $706 million- grossing Looking Forward to the Past sale at the home in New York.
, who has actually been with the house for nearly 3 years, the occasion was just the newest symptom of a technique Christie's
has actually been implementing over the previous several years to draw collectors of postwar and modern into new categories with a thoughtful blending of works that span the ages.