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Katz catches a falcon for £950,000

07 May 2013

Standing in the same spot where he had placed the winning £3.25m bid for an Egyptian statue of Isis six months before, London dealer Daniel Katz was again in action at Christie’s South Kensington’s latest antiquities sale.

Auction Reports


The £3.25m tribute to Isis

29 October 2012

An Egyptian sculpture of Isis became the most expensive lot ever sold at Christie’s South Kensington when it fetched £3.25m at their latest antiquities sale.

Auction Reports


Can Frieze Masters live up to the hype?

10 October 2012

For ten years now, London’s ‘Frieze’ art fair has been a temple that consigns itself strictly to the new and the now. Dedicated to art produced after the year 2000, collectors, curators and the general public have flocked to see the spectacle and view the next big thing.

Art Market

Frieze Masters releases exhibitor list

25 May 2012

An impressive exhibitor list was announced last night for the inaugural Frieze Masters, the first historical art fair to be organised by Frieze. The event will coincide with the contemporary art fair from October 11-14, 2012 on Gloucester Green, Regent's Park, London.

Dealer News


Wenlok jug stolen from museum

21 May 2012

A very rare medieval jug, originally sold at Sotheby’s but then put on display by a Luton museum after a successful appeal to keep it in the UK, has been stolen.



Evill-Frost raises the Mod Brit bar

20 June 2011

BILLED as “the greatest collection of Modern British Art ever to come to the market”, the sale of the Evill-Frost collection at Sotheby’s in London did not disappoint.