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Sotheby's doesn't just sell fancy stuff, they're also producing top-notch, brand-building videos.

American businesses create thousands of videos each week to help them attract customers, sell products and services, and inform their employees. Yet it’s remarkable that so few firms produce videos that are actually worth watching. 538 more words


Blurred Lines: Inside the Art World - "Vital viewing for anyone who has asked the question “How can that be worth so much?”

Here’s an exhibition idea: pairings of pictures to compare cost. On the left, a selected art piece that has been sold for an exceptional amount; on the right, a social endeavour that cost the exact same amount to build, pay employees and support a community. 616 more words

Film Review

Vivien Leigh's Charm Bracelet Is Worth More Than $2,000. But How Much More?

What you see: A charm bracelet that belonged to actress Vivien Leigh. Sotheby’s estimates it at £1,000 to £1,500 ($1,359 to $2,038).

Who was Vivien Leigh? 717 more words

Pop Culture

Shake It Up Auction Results

Sotheby’s London afternoon sale of Mario Testino’s Collection realised an overall sales total of £6.2 million, with work by Richard Prince as the highest priced photography lot. 46 more words


Stylish Glass Homes with Beautiful Views

from Art & Home, a publication of Sotheby’s International

In our chaotic, overcrowded lives, glass homes offer instant communion with our surroundings along with an airiness that is particularly well suited to contemporary tastes. 134 more words

Real Estate

Priority Tasks For Your Move In

Moving into a new home is an exciting time, and you’re probably daydreaming about décor and paint schemes and new furniture. But before you get into the fun stuff, there are some basics you should cover first. 233 more words

Real Estate

Art Appreciation Diploma - Module 11 The Art Market

1. In 250 words, outline the changing dynamic between auction houses and dealers over the past 20 years.


Auction houses and art dealers have been described as having a symbiotic relationship of unequals. 814 more words

Art History