When a beloved legend has left us for good, the world is not ready to let him go. This is evident in David Bowie ’s case, where his death has left many clamouring for a piece of him in his wake. Case in point: an upcoming Sotheby’s auction of his private art collection in November, expected to garner heaps of attention.
Over 400 of the late musician’s prized pieces will go under the hammer in a three-part auction. Notables include artworks from the Modern and Contemporary British Art, featuring artists like Damien Hirst and Graham Sutherland. For those uninterested in the adrenaline-driven auctions, fret not: selected pieces are available for public perusal in a Preview World Tour slated to land in London, Los Angeles, New York and Hong Kong.
Read more about the auction on Luxuo.