Boundless Space: The Possibilities of Burning Man, 2021
Boundless Space: The Possibilities of Burning Man is a charitable sale featuring the remarkable expressions of creativity that emerge from the annual Burning Man event and global culture.
Dive into an eclectic collection of sculptures, paintings, collectibles, mutant vehicles, NFTs, and one-of-a-kind experiences. Produced in collaboration with Burning Man Project, funds raised by Boundless Space will support participating artists, help ensure the not-for-profit’s long-term survival, and fund their Arts and Civic Engagement programs.
Bidding opens Thursday, September 30, 2021 and closes on Friday, October 8, 2021.
To coincide with the online auction, please join us October 2-7, 2021 for the Boundless Space exhibition, and a series of participative events hosted by the Burning Man community.
The exhibition and events will take place at: Sotheby’s, New York; 1334 York Ave, New York, NY 10021
“Uniquely expressive acts get transformed and elaborated into social rites, and through participation they accrue a breadth and depth of meaning which can only be produced in a communal setting. It is the primal process by which culture is created.”- Burning Man Founder Larry Harvy
Wisdom & Nature 2020
The second edition of Wisdom and Nature brings together a new collection of 50 artworks from around the world that capture the beauty of our planet and the wisdom of its people. Funds raised during the auction will support the realisation of holistic solutions being developed by the Holistic Vision Symposium, locally-run educational projects designed to preserve culture and knowledge among the indigenous communities we work with and a panoply of other projects of ours designed to bridge the know-how of modernity with the wisdom of ancestral traditions.
Generously donated by artists and galleries, we have the great honour of featuring pieces by Adam Waymouth, Adrian Houston, Alexander Khimushin, Anouska Beckwith, Antonio Obá, Aranka Israni, Azza Fahmy, Brigida Baltar, Carlito Dalceggio, Cássio Vasconcellos, Catalina Swinburn, Charlotte Leimer, Chloë Natalia, Christopher Roche, Daniel Garcia, David Kassman, Delfina Muñoz de Toro, Dimas Paredes Armas, Gaston Ugalde, Henry and Richard Hudson, Joaquín Vila, Justin Brice Guariglia, Katy Lynton, Kito Mbiango, Llewellyn Xavier, Lucho Brieva, Lucy Temple, Malou Ericsson, Mamakan, Marshmallow Laser Feast, Mat Chivers, Odyssée Dao, Oliver Barnett, Paulo Nazareth, Peter Matthews, Philip Volkers, Regina Dejiménez, Roee Aminof, Roseline de Thélin, Ruben Brulat, Sidney Regis, Simon English, Sukhi Barber, Susan Derges, Takako Matoba, Tatyana Murray, Temple Jewels and Thia Konig.
Wisdom & Nature 2017
4 September - 29 November 2017
PHILLIPS - London (4- 8 Sept) | Paris (18 - 22 Sept) | New York (27 - 29 Nov)
Inspired by the beauty of the planet and the wisdom of its people, the exhibition will explore the essence of the twelve traditions coming together for the Council and Symposium and capture both Humanity and the Earth’s natural splendour.
Wisdom and Nature will raise awareness about the wisdom held by indigenous cultures regarding both society and the environment. Each tradition will be represented through photography and film clips providing an insight into these cultures, as well as a glimpse into ancient ecological wisdom and its mystical relationship with nature.
Alongside this will be displayed a collection of 35 contemporary artworks portraying the beauty of the planet, Man’s imprint on Nature and Man and Nature’s relationship to one another.
Renowned artists, galleries and private collectors, are generously donating these artworks.
The artists participating in the exhibition include:
Claudia Andujar, Gilles Bensimon, Hugo Burnand, Wu Chi-Tsung, Tinko Czetwertynski, Odyssée Dao, Pierre de Vallombreuse, Anne de Vandière, Alinka Echeverría, Eliane Fattal, Esther Giles, Murray Fredericks, Michael Flomen, Adam Fuss, Justin Brice Guariglia, Caroline Halley des Fontaines, Béatrice Helg, Aranka Israni, Alexander Khimushin, Daniel Kukla, Timo Lieber, Charles March, Denise Milan, Karma Milopp, Cristina Mittermeier, Beth Moon, Ernesto Neto, Sidney Regis, Tamsin Relly, Rolf Sachs, Priscilla Telmon, Janaina Tschape, David Yarrow, and Zuiryu.