Christie's Impresionist/Modern Art

Christie's Impresionist/Modern Art

Campaign promoting Christie's Spring 2008 Impressionist/Modern Art Sales, which set new artist auction records for Monet, Giacometti, Rodin and Mirò.

How In-Howse 2008 Design Annual
World Luxury Award 2009 Finalist, Monaco

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Andy Warhol Double Marlon

Andy Warhol Double Marlon

This book was sent to Christie’s top clients to promote the sale of Andy Warhol’s Double Marlon silkscreen.
It was divided into two sections: Film stills of Marlon Brando in The Wild One, the subject of the work, arranged as a flip book; followed by two essays about Warhol’s approach to filmaking and the silkscreen itself. Schott, the original maker of the Perfecto leather jacket that Brando wore in the movie, manufactured custom leather book jackets. The painting sold for $32,521,000 in Christie’s Post-War and Contemporary Evening Sale on May 13, 2008.

World Luxury Award 2009, Monaco

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Andy Warhol Big Retrospective Painting

Andy Warhol Big Retrospective Painting

During the 40th edition of Art Basel Galerie Bruno Bischofberger offered Andy Warhol’s massive Big Retrospective Painting (7 x 36 feet) from 1979 for $74 million, making it the most expensive painting of the fair.

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Richard Neutra The Kaufmann House

Richard Neutra The Kaufmann House

Along with Mies van der Rohe’s Farnsworth House and Philip Johnson’s Glass House, Neutra’s Kaufmann House is one the most important examples of modernist residential architecture. The brochure was sent to Christie’s top clients to promote the sale of the Kaufmann House. All the characteristics of this architectural masterpiece were expressed by the choice of materials used for the brochure and the design. The house sold for $16,841,000.

Communication Arts 2008 Design Annual
World Luxury Award 2008, Monaco
Featured in Men’s Vogue

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