Headed to Sotheby’s? Stay at The Mark Hotel

Below you’ll find an upcoming auction at the famous Sotheby’s, which has an outpost here in New York just a short walk from The Mark. If you’re looking for somewhere to stay while you’re here for an auction, look no further than the luxurious and comfortable rooms of The Mark, a hotel that cares about visual aesthetics just as much as you do. Let us do your bidding while you do yours. The Mark is centrally located between Sotheby’s, Christies and Philips de Pury. The Gagosian Gallery is our next door neighbor, and while you’re here, you can also take in a day at The Whitney, The Met, Guggenheim, The Frick and more – all located within walking distance of our hotel, where all the guest suites are designed by Jacques Grange. What are you waiting for? Book today.

Latin American Paintings


Session 1: Tue, 16 Nov 10, 7:00 PM, Lots 1 – 66

Session 2: Wed, 17 Nov 10, 10:00 AM, Lots 70 – 261


Sotheby’s November Latin American Art sale features an exceptional survey of paintings by Wifredo Lam, one of the most important artists of the Surrealist movement. Some are re-discoveries such as Untitled (lot 8), unseen by the public since it was purchased in his historic 1945 exhibition. The cover lot, the monumental Les Abalochas Dansent Pour Dhambala dieu de l’unité, was one of Lam’s favorite works and graced the salon of his Italian home in Albissola. Other major surrealist works are lot 10, Leonora Carrington’sOccult Scene (Jacob’s Ladder), Augustin Cardenas’s wood sculpture L’Histoire n’est pas Finie I (lot 23), Matta’s Children’s Fear of Idols II (lot 25) and Wifredo Lam’s Figura Vegetal (lot 35).

There is an exciting selection of works by the pioneers of abstraction – several wonderful paintings by Joaquín Torres-García, Alejandro Otero’s pivotal 1956 Coloritmo 9 (lot 38), Brazilians Sergio Camargo (lot 37), Frans Krajcberg (lot 40) and lot 43, Abraham Palatnik’s rare 1965 Progressao 42-A.

Honoring the Mexican Revolution’s bi-centennial is a selection of works from the Colonial to contemporary highlighted by Miguel Cabrera’s cycle of eight paintings of the life of the Virgin Mary which has been hidden in a U.S. Convent since the 1920′s (lot 48) and an exceptional collection of 19th century Mexican works from the collection of Vera da Costa Autrey as well as masterworks by Rufino Tamayo, Pedro Coronel and Gunther Gerzso.

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