Colonnade Gallery, Sotheby’s London
34-35 New Bond St
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Details on “London: International Touring Exhibition of Important Aboriginal Art & Reception”
Advance is pleased to inform members about an upcoming major international touring exhibition of Important Aboriginal Art that will be held at Sotheby’s London offices. The exhibition will run from 23rd – 26th June, 2007, with a VIP Reception on Monday 25th June.

Sponsored by Tourism NT, this exciting exhibition is designed to build the appreciation and support for Aboriginal art overseas. The highlight of this event is an astounding work by Cliffford Possum Tjapaltjarri that is Australia’s most valuable Aboriginal painting. His most valuable and iconic painting, Warlugulong 1977 (right), is the most significant to ever come onto the public market and is sure to smash the current record for an Aboriginal art work at auction of $778,000. It is being exhibited in London prior to auction with Sotheby’s in Australia. Read the full press release.

VIP Reception
25 June, 2007, 6:30pm – 8:30pm
Colonnade Gallery, Sotheby’s London
34“35 New Bond Street,
London W1A 2AA

RSVPS ARE ESSENTIAL FOR THE VIP RECEPTION
Space is limited, please RSVP as soon as possible to reserve your place
Please RSVP to megan.sheedy@sothebys.com

Exhibition Dates
23rd – 26th June, 2007
Colonnade Gallery, Sotheby’s London
34“35 New Bond Street
London W1A 2AA

Exhibition Hours
23 – 24 June, 12pm – 4pm
25 – 26 June, 9am – 4:30pm

Sponsored by Tourism Northern Territory
Wines provided by Leeuwin Estate
Sparkling wine provided by Clover Hill

The Auction will be held at Sotheby’s Melbourne, July 24, 6.30pm, 926 High Street, Armadale. The Full auction catalogue is available to view free online at http://www.sothebys.com/

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