Important works representative of South Africa’s diverse and evolving artistic practices from the twentieth and twenty-first century will go under the hammer at Strauss & Co’s much-anticipated Cape Town sale
Fresh from the remarkable successes of its recent Johannesburg auction in November 2017, Aspire Art Auctions is lining up another top roster of high-quality fine art in its upcoming Summer
Strauss & Co is pleased to announce details of its first-ever dedicated contemporary art sale, due to be held on 17 February 2018. The venue for the 71-lot sale is
Sit en Staan (Sit and Stand) by internationally renown sculptor, Angus Taylor. The work was auctioned at Aspire’s Contents of Deodar House Auction on 11 February, at R2 159 920.
Aspire Art Auctions‘ Contents of Deodar House Live Auction includes Modern, Historic and Contemporary Art, Furniture, Decorative Arts, Wine and Jewellery. AUCTION Sunday 11 February 2018 at 15:00 PUBLIC PREVIEW
Strauss & Co’s fourth and final live auction of 2017 ended on a high note in Johannesburg, with combined sales totalling R76 million. The exceptional result, achieved on a solid
Aspire Art Auctions’ latest Johannesburg sale on 12 November 2017, blew several auction records out of the water. The sale took place in Aspire’s spectacularly successful new venue in the
Sydney Kumalo was in his early 30s when he began work on his Madala series, highly collectable bronzes depicting old men and cast in small editions by dealer Egon Guenther.
Sunday November 12 sees Aspire Art Auctions host its latest sale in Johannesburg, featuring a range of impeccably selected and important historic, modern and contemporary works. A full programme of
Strauss & Co is delighted to present a large number of important artworks by artists who lived and worked in Namibia, as well as renowned South African artists who were
An important drawing from William Kentridge’s award-winning 1991 film Sobriety, Obesity, and Growing Old was the top lot by value at Strauss & Co’s spring sale in Cape Town. The
Two newly rediscovered works – a Sydney Kumalo bronze from the sculptor’s golden period and Alexis Preller’s transformative study of a wounded soldier – are among the stand-out lots on
Maggie Laubser’s portrait of a raffish Cape shepherd wearing two peacock feathers in his hat leads a strong selection of lots by this important expressionist painter, due to go on
This month the Hospice Palliative Care Association (HPCA) is celebrating 30 years of support to South African hospices with an innovative auction on social media of unique experiences and artworks
Strauss & Co, South Africa’s leading auction house, is thrilled to be offering two important early drawings from William Kentridge’s celebrated cycle of stop-animation films known as Drawings for Projection.
A free, no-obligation, expert and up-to-date valuation of your works of art can be obtained from the art specialists at Aspire Art Auctions. There has been exponential growth in the
A team of South Africans are going on a community development initiative in December, organised by Islands-Mission, OC Africa and New Creation Family Church. As part of their fundraising initiatives,
Aspire Art Auctions’ upcoming July sale at The Park on 7, Hyde Park Corner, offers a selection of some of the best works produced by local and international artists available
Strauss & Co’s forthcoming Johannesburg live sale includes a selection of important works by leading South African artists, including standout lots by stalwarts of the auction market, JH Pierneef, Alexis Preller and Irma Stern. The
With the festive season in sight, as temperatures rise and Cape Town swells with local and international visitors, anticipation is building for Aspire Art Auctions’ inaugural Cape Auction to be
25: A Contemporary Art Auction will be taking place at the Absa Art Gallery on 17 November, in celebration of the Bag Factory’s 25th anniversary Founded in 1991, the Bag Factory was one
The sale of rare and important paintings by Alexis Preller capped a day of vigorous bidding at Strauss & Co’s year end sale in Johannesburg. The star lots were a
Aspire Art Auction inaugural sale top sellers in Johannesburg on 31 October 2016, that was bursting at the seams with seasoned and new bidders, prove that the market is ripe for top
Over the last 25 years, the Bag Factory in Fordsburg has served as a space to facilitate, educate and provide opportunities for cultural exchange for both local and international artists.
A career-spanning selection of paintings made by Alexis Preller between 1935 and 1975 went under the hammer at the Strauss & Co auction in Johannesburg. “What an array of ways of working!”
The line-up for Aspire Art Auction’s inaugural sale at The Park on 7 in Hyde Park, Johannesburg included an extraordinary selection of art with wide appeal. Works offered by Aspire