The Extraordinary Patek Philippe Perpetual Calendar Reference 3448 in Platinum
Only two Patek Philippe Reference 3448 were ever cased in platinum, long after the model was discontinued.Read More
Specialist Picks: Five Stand-Out Works from New York Editions
Our experts pick their top lots from a diverse sale spanning nearly 100 years of modern and contemporary art.
Los Angeles Inspiration: Jean-Michel Basquiat's 'Flexible'
After a recent return to the cradle of its genesis, Jean-Michel Basquiat's 'Flexible', 1984, falls under our specialists' spotlight.
VR Walkthrough: Editions & Works on Paper
Celebrating our tenth anniversary of Editions at Phillips, tour this virtual reality walkthrough of our spring auction preview in New York. On view: Pablo Picasso, Roy Lichtenstein, Robert Indiana, Andy Warhol, Cindy Sherman and Yoshitomo Nara.
19 April 2018
Lion-Headed: Diego Giacometti's Iconic Armchairs, Updated in the 1970s
In patined bronze and wrought iron, Giacometti's 'Têtes de Lionnes' chairs reflect his reverence for Greek, Roman and Egyptian culture.
18 April 2018
Important Works by Ettore Sottsass
Hear from Fulvio Ferrari and other scholars on a selection of rare, museum-worthy Sottsass furniture and ceramics in our April sale of Important Design.
18 April 2018
The Very Rare Omega Speedmaster Reference 145.012 "Red Racing"
Was the "Red Racing" dial part of a batch of prototype dials, or did Omega make them for a specific factory-built model? A fresh-to-market example, purchased in Zurich in 1969, produces some new evidence pointing to the latter.
17 April 2018
One Through Zero: Robert Indiana's Visual Vocabulary
Explore the labyrinth of meanings behind Indiana's number series, simultaneously juvenile and complex, specific and infinite.
11 April 2018