In 2015, the auction house Artcurial opens an office in Germany located in the arcades of Munich’s Hofgarten.
The office in the heart of the city, directed by Miriam Krohne, is the first point of contact for prospective clients from Germany and German-speaking countries. Artcurial Germany advises interested buyers as well as sellers and coordinates the visits of experts for valuations of objects of all specialties: from Old Masters to Contemporary and Urban Art, from Antiquities and Asian Art, Furniture & Works of Art, Jewellery and Watches to Design or Motorcars.
In addition, all organisational tasks are taken care of for our customers.
In the gallery space of Artcurial Germany, preliminary presentations of important pieces from upcoming auctions in Paris and Monaco take place regularly. Together with other cultural events organised by the German office, it forms an integral part of Munich’s cultural calendar.
For a free and confidential valuation of your works of art and objects, our specialists are available at the Artcurial office in Munich, in video conference or at your home by appointment only.
Diamonds & Dust
20th May to 30th July 2021
An exhibition curated by Galerie Zink Waldkirchen. With artworks by Michael Sailstorfer, Karl Fritsch, Atelier Lachaert Dhanis, Matias Sanchez, Muntean / Rosenblum and others.
Open until July 30th 2021 at Artcurial Germany
An exhibition curated by Galerie Zink Waldkirchen.
With artworks by Karl Fritsch, Muntean/Rosenblum, Michael Sailstorfer, Daniel Kruger and others.
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Free and confidential valuations by appointment or video conference.
The year 2020 was notably marked by a number of records and millionaire auctions, such as an important stabile by Alexander Calder sold for €4.9M and the masterpiece the Penitent Magdalene by Salaì, a pupil of Leonardo da Vinci, which sold for €1.7M. Find out more in our video…
Following the announcement that Retromobile 2021 has been postponed, Artcurial Motorcars is delighted to announce that February remains a month full of automobile passion in Paris next year. Its traditional sale will take place on 5 February: Parisienne 2021, in partnership with Rétromobile.
Judgments on a sheet, 1973
Sold €1,261,400 on 3rd December 2019
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.
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