What is a COA and why are they important?

A Certificate of Authenticity is a bit like an artwork’s birth certificate, passport and quality guarantee all rolled into one.

Francis Bacon Triptych – August 1972

Can we just admire this Francis Bacon triptych (Triptych – August, 1972) for a moment? This work is generally considered one in a series of Black Triptychs which followed the … Continue reading Francis Bacon Triptych – August 1972

Yves Klein: The Man Who Invented A Color

One summer’s day in 1947, three young men were sitting on a beach in Nice in the south of France. To pass the time, they decided to play a game … Continue reading Yves Klein: The Man Who Invented A Color

Alexander Calder Two Part Exhibition

ALEXANDER CALDER Gouaches 8 May – 14 June 2014 What I produce is not precisely what I have in mind—but a sort of sketch, a man-made approximation. That others grasp … Continue reading Alexander Calder Two Part Exhibition

Calder And Abstraction: From Avant-Garde To Iconic

CALDER AND ABSTRACTION: FROM AVANT-GARDE TO ICONIC 24 November 2013 – 27 July 2014 One of the most important artists of the twentieth century, Alexander Calder revolutionized modern sculpture. Calder … Continue reading Calder And Abstraction: From Avant-Garde To Iconic