Angela M.H. Schuster.

A new book spotlights Africa’s vanishing traditions

Photographers Carol Beckwith and Angela Fisher’s new book documents Africa’s waning way of life.

By Angela M.h. Schuster


A Frank Lloyd Wright classic is back (and better than ever)

Italian brand Cassina reissues the Taliesin I chair, among other coveted editions.

By Angela M.h. Schuster


Rolls-Royce immortalised in a Fabergé egg

The world’s most iconic automotive brand has crafted a priceless homage to its legacy.

By Angela M.h. Schuster


“Phillips X” expands to Hong Kong

The auction house is bringing its new selling platform for contemporary art to Asia.

By Angela M.h. Schuster


A Rare J.M.W. Turner is up for auction in London

The artist’s celebrated watercolor, one of the last in private hands, hits the block at Sotheby’s.

By Angela M.h. Schuster


Bang & Olufsen × Sotheby’s: A unique collaboration

The Danish audio brand and auction house have teamed up to offer five one-of-a-kind wireless speakers online.

By Angela M.h. Schuster


Victoria Beckham and Sotheby’s team up in London

The pop star and fashion designer’s Dover Street store showcases old master paintings ahead of a July 4 sale.

By Angela M.h. Schuster


Springsteen’s “Born to Run” Hits the Block

Fans of “The Boss” have a chance to bid on his handwritten lyrics at Sotheby’s this month.

By Angela M.h. Schuster


A bar fit for a Queen is now available for one fortunate commoner

François-Xavier Lalanne’s Sauterelle Bar headlines the design sale at Sotheby’s in New York.

By Angela M.h. Schuster


A rare chance to dine on Napoléon’s dinner plates

The would-be ruler of Europe’s Sèvres porcelain dessert service is center stage for the Rockefeller Collection at Christie’s New York in May.

By Angela M.h. Schuster


Carla Sozzani reveals her favorite images ahead of Berlin exhibition

Milan gallerist Carla Sozzani gets candid about a few of her favorite images.

By Angela M.h. Schuster


Important scientific manuscripts arrive at Sotheby’s

Early Arabic translations of the works of Ptolemy and Euclid hit the block in London April 25.

By Angela M.h. Schuster


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