Christie's Paris welcomes you for a private visit in small group, to discover the exhibition organized around the sale of the Marion Lambert tribute collection, on May 25 and 26. Photography, jewelry, classical pieces, design or contemporary art... this eclectic collection reflects the sensibility and informed eye of the collector.
Marion Lambert was a visionary collector who passed away in 2016. A great enthusiast, she always carefully selected the diversity and high quality of the works before staging them in her home with the help of decorator Jacques Grange. Each piece reflects this demanding look at the giants of contemporary art but also at the masters of photography and design furniture.
The global estimate for this sale is close to 6 million euros ! You will have the opportunity to discover nearly 450 lots, including key pieces : a photographic cliché by Claude Cahun, jewelry made by the most prestigious jewelers, and creations signed by major figures of Design, including the sculptural vase La Poule Blanche by Georges Jouve. A specialist will comment on the history of this collection.
Twenty lots will be sold for the benefit of the War Child association, which has been helping chi
Friday 21 May, 1:30 pm.
Christie's : 9 avenue Matignon, 75008 Paris.
Your name will be on the list at the entrance. Don't forget your mask !
Those who have booked a visit to the Impressionist and Modern Art exhibition (cancelled due to sanitary restrictions) will have a visit at 1pm. They do not need to make a reservation, an email has been sent to them.
Christie's, new and old. Courtesy Flickr Commons.