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  • PIASA will continue to chart the history of ceramics on 12 April 2018, when nearly 80 unique works by Milan’s Guido De Zan will be offered during the sale of Italian Design. The pieces come from De Zan’s personal collection, and form the first part of the auction.

  • Paris, February 2018 – PIASA’s first auction of Scandinavian Design in 2018, on February 15, yielded a total of €2.1 million. This new sale devoted to the Nordic creativity, replete with big-name masterpieces, confirms PIASA as leaders on the Design market.

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    Wednesday 7 March from 10am to 6pm
    Thursday 8 March from 10am to 6pm
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Ginette et Alain Lesieutre Collection privée

Paris, March 2017 – Sotheby’s and Piasa will offer at auction the private collection of Gine,e and Alain Lesieutre on 29 June 2017 at Sotheby’s Paris.

Alain Lesieutre belonged to the generation who pioneered Art Nouveau and Art Deco: periods that had only interested a few aesthetes un*l then. He was one of the influential visionary figures of the art market who wrote the history of these collecting categories in the 1970s. They also contributed to the rediscovery of many ar*sts with their wri*ngs, which included Alain Lesieutre's book The Spirit and Splendour of Art Deco, published in 1974.

A self-taught gi?ed with an exceptional taste who became a dealer in the 1960s, Alain Lesieutre set several world records with the pieces he selected. Some have since been established as historical works, like the lacquer and eggshell "Portrait of Madame Agnès" commissioned from Jean Dunand by the famous hat designer in 1926, and the "Maharajah" chaise longue 'on skis’ designed by Emile-Jacques Ruhlmann in 1929.