Christie’s Unveiled the New Co-Chairmen of Impressionist and Modern Art Department

"Spider" (1996) by Louise Bourgeois outside of Christie's New York headquarters. (Courtesy Christie's)

We have some auction residence identify shuffling taking place on this muggy summer season Tuesday. Today, Christie’s announced in a launch that the brass has named two new co-chairmen of its impressionist and present day artwork department: Giovanna Bertazzoni and Adrien Meyer, veterans of the residents who have logged time in each the big apple and London.

Bertazzoni, who has been with Christie’s for almost many years, had been the deputy chairman of the department, and previously held roles including head of the European Impressionist and modern artwork department, and worldwide head of the branch. Meyer has been with the residence because 2004 and became formerly co-head of the private income channel in addition to specialist and vice president in the Impressionist and modern-day branch.

The discharge also notes, accurately, that the 2 most highly-priced paintings and the maximum high priced sculpture ever bought at public sale were Impressionist and modern-day works hammered down at Christie’s inside the beyond 3 years—even if all three have been bought at curated income, no longer for the duration of an Imp-mod night sale.