Artcurial Italy launched its Milan office in 2012, in the historic Casa Crespi, a few steps away from the Duomo. The palace represents a unique example of a 17th century noble residence. The offices are located in the residence’s stables, now, as the entire property, fully restored in the 1920’s by architect Piero Portaluppi.
Artcurial, international auction house based in Paris, confirms its position as frontrunner in the market, in particular following the outstanding sale results of Italian artists in Paris, and is the international reference in Design as well as an essential player in the Ancient Paintings and Drawings market.
The Milan office organises numerous events that have become an essential meeting for art lovers including preliminary viewings of selections of some of the season’s most significant pieces, book signatures, cultural events and even meetings and greetings with renowned artists.
Artcurial Italy organizes frequent valuation days in specialties covered by the auction house, from Contemporary Art and Jewellery, and including Design, Furniture, Ancient Paintings, Timepieces and Automobile, throughout the year.
Artcurial’s specialists travel in Italy to offer complimentary valuations as well as insurance evaluations or advice in matters of purchase or sale.
Artcurial Italy joins the list of international offices and reinforces the European network of Artcurial together with Germany, Austria, Belgium and Monaco.
Free & Confidential Expertises by Appointment.
31 October 2019
26 November 2019
Old Master & XIXth Century Art
28 November 2019
30 October 2019
Artcurial organisait les mardi 17 et mercredi 18 septembre, pendant la Biennale de Paris, la vente inédite de la Collection Joseph Altounian, l’antiquaire des musées, l’ami des artistes. Présentant près de 350 pièces dont 6 dessins d’Amedeo Modigliani, la vacation totalise 2 721 737 €, le double de son estimation et fait gants blancs avec 100% de lots vendus.
Artcurial obtient la plus haute enchère en France en 2019 ainsi que la plus haute enchère pour un tableau en France en 2019
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