2016: Year in Review
With an eye on 2017, Phillips specialists and editors spotlight the past year's top sales and stories from New York, London, Geneva and Hong Kong.Read More
The Collection of Tommy Hilfiger
Five works by Basquiat, Warhol, Dubuffet, Haring and Hirst reveal the American fashion icon's taste for contemporary art.
The Patek Philippe Ref. 1518 Trilogy
In 1941, Patek Philippe introduced one of the world's most revolutionary and legendary collector's wristwatches, setting the course for their dominance in the world of high-end Swiss watchmaking.
The Pioneering Story of Lygia Pape
Michael Asbury, PhD shines a light on a Latin American female artist on the verge of a major 2017 retrospective at New York's Met Breuer.
15 November 2016
Rivera Paints Marevna
A 100-year-old Cubist portrait reveals Diego Rivera's passionate romance with a fellow artist.
08 November 2016
Wifredo Lam: Blurring Boundaries
Our curated exhibition of Wifredo Lam, on view at Phillips Berkeley Square from 10 - 21 October, charts the progression of his style and celebrates the blurred, brilliant confluence of his cultural influences. —Consie O'Neill
02 October 2016
Peculiar Conceptualism: Roberto Obregón's Las Niagaras Series
Behind the apparent formal simplicity of Las Niágaras, a series by Roberto Obregón lies hidden one of the most impenetrable productions of that peculiar "conceptualism," which distinguishes a great deal of contemporary Latin American art.
19 May 2016
Form and Fiber: Olga de Amaral's Textiles Weave Craft with Abstraction
The physical complexity and sophisticated aesthetics of Colombian artist Olga de Amaral's textiles have transcended ancient weaving techniques and enabled her to bridge the relationship between art and craft.
18 May 2016