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In 2015, Artcurial opened an office in Germany in the arcades of Munich’s Hofgarten. Located in the heart of the city and managed by Miriam Krohne, it is the place to be for connoisseurs and collectors from Germany and German-speaking countries. With this opening the firm further strengthened its worldwide presence and international network in order to offer a local service to its foreign clients.

Artcurial’s specialists regularly travel to Germany by appointment, when they can establish with you the most appropriate sales strategy for your property. They can also provide tailor-made advice in the context of inheritance or insurance inventories.

Free and confidential valuation days covering all of the firm’s specialities are also organised in Germany on the dates shown below.

Artcurial Germany’s gallery space regularly hosts previews of important pieces from upcoming sales in Paris and Monaco.

Additionally, the German office is very involved in the Munich cultural calendar through the organisation of cultural events in collaboration with local galleries.



For a free and confidential valuation of your works of art and objects, our specialists are available at the Artcurial office in Munich, in video conference or at your home by appointment only.

Munich / Southern Germany
17 May
Fine Watches
Hermès & Luxury Bags

27 June
Modern Art
Post-War & Contemporary Art
Contemporary African Art
Limited Editions
Monaco Sculptures
Art Déco

Artcurial Germany

Galeriestrasse 2 b
DE-80539 Munich

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Our opening hours are from Monday to Friday
from 10am to 1pm and from 2pm to 6pm.


Immerse yourself into the venetian atmosphere with the furniture of the Hotel Bauer Palazzo

Immerse yourself into the venetian atmosphere with the furniture of the Hotel Bauer Palazzo

From 24th to 29th April, Artcurial will present the furniture of the Hotel Bauer Palazzo, a famous Venetian palace. Through its Murano glassware, furniture, and silks from the Houses Rubelli and Bevilacqua, this sale of more than 4,000 lots celebrates the Venetian identity of this prestigious institution. From torchbearers (portes torchères) to tableware, enthusiasts as well as collectors can experience the essence of this historic landmark.

<em>Rétromobile 2023 by Artcurial Motorcars</em>: The Largest French Sale in History

Rétromobile 2023 by Artcurial Motorcars: The Largest French Sale in History

On 3, 4 & 5 February, at the Rétromobile Show in Paris, Artcurial Motorcars will present the largest French sale in the history of this discipline with estimates totalling over 80 million euros! Comprising some 230 collectors’ vehicles, half of which will be offered at no reserve, the sale will honour the whole history of mobility. With the star of this auction, the Ferrari 250 LM, capable of achieving over 25 million euros, this 2023 edition promises to be quite exceptional.

Robert William Burke’s unpublished collection for sale at Artcurial

Robert William Burke’s unpublished collection for sale at Artcurial

On 25th October, Artcurial auctioned the unpublished collection of Robert William Burke (1948-2020), an American collector and gallery owner who was closely associated with Andy Warhol, Robert Rauschenberg, Cy Twombly and Gilbert & George. His friendships and his taste for art gave rise to a collection of close to 300 works spanning several centuries of art history.

A Masterpiece by Chardin, 18<sup>th</sup> Century French Icon

A Masterpiece by Chardin, 18th Century French Icon

Under the hammer of Matthieu Fournier and with the expertise of Cabinet Turquin, the highly coveted still life by Jean-Siméon Chardin, The Basket of Wild Strawberries, fetched for an impressive €24,381,400 / $26,830,512.

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Highlights Rétromobile 2022 by Artcurial Motorcars

Highlights Rétromobile 2022 by Artcurial Motorcars

37.8 M€ / 41.7 M$. The total realised by the Artcurial Motorcars team at the 2022 Official Rétromobile Sale. The brothers in arms, Matthieu Lamoure, Pierre Novikoff and the legendary Maître Hervé Poulain brought the Salon Rétromobile to life, thrilling the thousands of visitors who came together once more to share their passion for all things automotive.

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BMW Art Car Jeff Koons & Hervé Poulain

BMW Art Car Jeff Koons & Hervé Poulain

Fou de vitesse et d’art, pilote amateur et professionnel du monde de l’art, Hervé Poulain - co-fondateur et Président d’honneur d’Artcurial - a inventé le concept des BMW Art Cars à partir des années 1975 en demandant aux maîtres de l’art contemporain (Calder, Stella, Lichtenstein et Warhol puis Arman, César et Wolinski) de peindre les bolides qu’il pilotait lors des 24 Heures du Mans. 

Le 22 août 2021, le musée Neue Nationalgalerie de Berlin à l’architecture de Miss van der Rohe, a inauguré l’exposition « Alexandre Calder. Minimal / Maximal ». À cette occasion, la fondation Calder a présenté une reconstruction à l’identique de la BMW Calder de 1975 dénommée « épreuve d’artiste », avec la bénédiction d’Hervé Poulain et de BMW, gardiens de la voiture originale. 

Le 4 août 2021 au musée du design de la Pinakothek der Moderne de Munich et durant le Salon Automobiles de Munich, Oliver Zipse – président-directeur général de BMW - a annoncé  la future collaboration de la firme avec Jeff Koons, l’occasion de retrouvailles chaleureuses entre l’artiste et Hervé Poulain qui avait parrainé la BMW N3 GT2 Art Car du légendaire américain aux 24 Heures du Mans 2010. 

Jeff Koons va créer une édition spéciale de la M850i x Drive Gran Coupé. La luxueuse Série 8 Gran Coupé sera mise en vente dans une édition collector très limitée lors de Frieze Los Angeles en Février 2022.

Image: De gauche à droite - Miriam Krohne, Jeff Koons, Hervé Poulain et Martin Guesnet au musée du design de la Pinakothek der Moderne de Munich

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