Artcurial 
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Artcurial
  Germany

In 2015, Artcurial opens an office in Germany. The offices are located in a historic building in the heart of a characteristic Munich antique dealer and art merchant neighbourhood.

The Munich Artcurial office hosts preliminary presentations of important pieces from future Parisian and Monegasque sales, establishing itself as an essential venue for collectors and art lovers.

In addition to the valuation days organised by the office, our specialists can meet clients at their home throughout Germany by simple appointment, all year round, for a complimentary and confidential valuations, in any of the House’s twenty-five specialities, ranging from Ancient Paintings and Drawings, Furniture and Art Objects, Books, Design or Contemporary Art.

Artcurial Germany joins the list of international offices and reinforces the European network of Artcurial together with Austria, Belgium, Italy and Monaco.

VALUATION DAYS

Free & Confidential Expertises by Appointment.

10th November 2020
11th November 2020
Impressionism & Modern Art
Post War & Contemporary Art

 

All over Germany

12th October 2020
13th October 2020
Motorcars

 

Exhibitions

Exposition in cooperation with Marco Pesarese Art Advisory and Galerie Zink Waldkirchen
October 12th - November 13th, 2020

On the occasion of the Munich Highlights, Artcurial Germany in cooperation with Marco Pesarese Art Advisory and Galerie Zink Waldkirchen invite you to an exposition.  We are currently presenting works by Gregory Forstner, L'Atelier Lachaert Dhanis, Daniel Kruger, George Grosz and Albrecht Dürer.

Artcurial Germany
Galeriestrasse 2 b
DE-80539 Munich

 

Martin Guesnet, “Eintracht, Zwietracht - History and topicality of the German-French art market”
Tuesday 24th November 2020

A conference on the German-French art market. In cooperation with the Institut Français Munich and the Deutsch-Französischen Gesellschaft für München und Oberbayern e.V. In German language.

Palais Seyssel d’Aix
Kaulbachstraße 13
80539 Munich

Artcurial Germany

Galeriestrasse 2 b
DE-80539 Munich

Access Map

Our office hours are from Monday to Thursday from 9h30 to13h and 14h to 16h, on Friday from 9h30 to13h and by appointment.

We can be reached by phone and email at any time.

Don’t hesitate to contact us!

News

Exposition in cooperation with Marco Pesarese Art Advisory and Galerie Zink Waldkirchen

Exposition in cooperation with Marco Pesarese Art Advisory and Galerie Zink Waldkirchen

October 12th to November 13th, 2020

On the occasion of the Munich Highlights, Artcurial Germany in cooperation with Marco Pesarese Art Advisory and Galerie Zink Waldkirchen invite you to an exposition.  We are currently presenting works by Gregory Forstner, L'Atelier Lachaert Dhanis, Daniel Kruger, George Grosz and Albrecht Dürer.

Dynamics on the modern and vintage watch market, driven by passion

Dynamics on the modern and vintage watch market, driven by passion

Marie Sanna-Legrand, Director of Watch Departement and and Geoffroy Ader, Expert in Watches, describe a dynamic and growing market, looking for big names and iconic models that resonate.

French Arts of the Table and Arts of Living – Ritz Paris

French Arts of the Table and Arts of Living – Ritz Paris

Following on the sale of the historic furnishings of the Ritz Hotel in 2018, Artcurial will be auctioning close to 1,500 lots dedicated to French Arts of the table and Arts of living.

Throwback 2019

Throwback 2019

In 2019, Artcurial, leading French auction house, has confirmed its position of major international player in the art market and totaled €203.1 m, +4% compared to 2018.

Richard Serra

Richard Serra

Judgments on a sheet, 1973
Sold €1,261,400 on 3rd December 2019

Te Bourao (II) by Paul Gauguin reaches €9,5M

Te Bourao (II) by Paul Gauguin reaches €9,5M

The Impressionist & Modern sale was dominated by the exceptional painting Te Bourao (II) by Paul Gauguin, the last artwork still in private hands of a major nine paintings cycle painted in Tahiti and sent to Paris in 1898 as part of an exhibition dedicated to the artist at the Ambroise Vollard gallery. The oil on canvas reaches €9,553,200, almost twice its estimate.