Auction Archive: Mathilde Bonaparte's Exquisite Jewels
International Jewels Specialist Anellie Manolas revisits one of the most important jewelry collections ever offered at auction.Read More
'AMERICAN AFRICAN AMERICAN' Comes to New York
Curator Arnold Lehman discusses the myriad influences and intent behind his new exhibition, AMERICAN AFRICAN AMERICAN.
Design on the Verge: Phillips in Miami
While in town for Art Basel and Design Miami/, Phillips ventured beyond the exhibition booths to meet with some of the city's most prominent artists, curators and collectors to discuss the future of design.
Design Immortalized: 27 Thomas Schütte Models Combine Function and Fantasy
"My works have the purpose of placing a crooked question mark in the world." In a series of architectural models spanning three decades, German artist Thomas Schütte marries Brutalist aesthetics with surreal interpretations of society.
19 January 2019
Specialist Picks: London Editions
Picasso, Ruscha, Wood and Gilbert & George: Our Editions team picks their favorite pieces from this month's upcoming Evening & Day sales.
18 January 2019
Art and the Printed Word
Through a group of editions by Mel Bochner, Jenny Holzer and other prominent artists, we explore the shifting role of written language in creating and extracting a work's meaning.
02 January 2019
The Year in Editions: 10-Year Anniversary Marks Record Sales
Our Editions specialists take a look back at 2018, remembering the pieces and moments that helped make this hallmark year—our tenth anniversary for Editions & Works on Paper at Phillips—the most successful yet.
11 December 2018
Contemporary Printmaking: In Conversation with Lizzie Glendinning
Situated in the creative heart of London along the River Thames, the Woolwich Contemporary Print Fair is exclusively dedicated to contemporary printmaking and allows buyers to purchase directly from artists. We sat down with Lizzie Glendinning, the fair's founder, to learn more about her vision.
14 November 2018