From Henri Cartier-Bresson's candid shots of the decisive moment to André Kertész's surrealist-inspired compositions, the work of French photographers from the early 20th century has been widely referenced and revered by artists and collectors for generations. These masters of the medium set a standard for black and white photography through their stylized, yet honest, portrayals of humanity around the world. Our tribute to French photographers features acclaimed images by Henri Cartier-Bresson, Marc Riboud, André Kertész, and Willy Ronis. Bid now through Thursday, April 20 to add these historic photographs to your collection.
We the People: Works by Shepard Fairey highlights the artist's best known subject matter including dystopian cityscapes and portraits of musicians and political figures. His bold, eye-catching works have become both iconic and immediately recognizable in today's visual culture. Explore and bid on sought-after works by the artist in this sale, live now through April 17.
We are pleased to present a preview of Modern Middle Eastern Art, an auction of important works by notable artists that have demonstrated a unique engagement with the region's rich culture and history through art. Explore a first look at highlights from the sale, including rare and masterful works by Middle Eastern artists such as Massoud Arabshahi, Charles Hossein Zenderoudi, Bahman Mohassess, Sohrab Sepehri, Faramarz Pilaram, Shafic Abboud, and Paul Guiragossian.
Register now to bid on these and more noteworthy pieces in our Modern Middle Eastern Art auction April 14 through 26.