Robbie Williams is set to present his first art exhibition and will sell one of his paintings for up to £20,000.
The singer, 48, and creative partner Ed Godrich, with whom Robbie founded the studio, will showcase their black and white paintings at Sotheby’s new Bond Street galleries next month.
The exhibition will be open to the public and will feature 14 stunning works, while the couple will also auction their painting Beverly, which is expected to fetch £20,000.
New venture: Robbie Williams is set to present his first art exhibition and will sell one of his paintings for up to £20,000 after selling his home
In addition to selling one of his own pieces, Robbie is also managing the sale of 94 pieces by some of his favorite artists, including Grayson Perry, Damien Hirst, Banksy and Jean-Michel Basquiat, The Guardian. news.
The couple, who together founded the architecture studio Godrich Interiors, said of the exhibition: ‘We’re proud of what we’ve created and it’s time to share what’s popped into our brains. ours for the past few years.
‘An exhibition gives the work a chance to breathe outside the studio.’
The sale of curated contemporary works will take place first at London galleries from April 22 to April 28, followed by an exhibition from May 13 to May 25.
Art: The singer, 48, and Ed Godrich (pictured), who founded an architecture studio with Robbie, will showcase their black and white paintings at the new Bond Street galleries of Sotheby’s
At the time of sale, George Condo’s Dismas is expected to sell the most, with estimates set at a high of £650,000, closely followed by Ai Weiwei’s Forever, which is said to sell for a maximum of £350,000. , according to Sotheby’s website.
Smaller lots include Peter Blake’s Girl Reading, which is said to cost up to £1,500, and Fika Leon’s Family Safari, which is expected to sell for between £3,000 and £5,000.
Galleries: The couple will auction off their painting Beverly, which is expected to fetch £20,000. Photo: One of Robbie and Ed .’s creations
Banksy’s Rat with Sunglasses Test Spray and Damien Hirst’s 2-Hydroxypyridine are both estimated to sell for £200,000 each.
Speaking of their own work, Robbie and Ed said they go into a ‘meditative’ ‘ecstasy’ while creating their artwork and often listen to Annie Mac’s DJ set as they paint.
Robbie recently sold three of Banksy’s most recognizable pieces from his art collection – marking the first time he’s sold anything from his personal collection.
The pieces – Girl With Balloon, Kissing Coppers and Vandalized Oils (Choppers) – went on sale during the first edition of Sotheby’s The Now Evening Auction in London on March 2.
Former Take That singer Robbie is a longtime art fan and wrote in a 2011 blog post on his website that he was inspired by Andy Warhol and Jackson Pollock.
The father of four has taken his love of art even further during the Covid-19 pandemic as he is said to have created around 40 massive pieces.
He’s also selling smaller pieces of art to help promote his brand new gallery, which also serves as a nightclub.
His artistic venture comes after he bought a lavish Los Angeles estate – once owned by comedian Fanny Brice – for $49.5 million just weeks after speaking that he has ‘no place to live’ after selling off so many of his homes, sources said.
Earlier this month, he reportedly sold his Beverley Crest mansion to rapper Drake in a private deal worth $35-$50 million for the 10-bedroom, 22-bathroom mansion.
Creative: In addition to selling one of his own pieces, Robbie is also managing the sale of 94 pieces by some of his favorite artists, including Grayson Perry, Damien Hirst and Banksy
But it seems Williams has his eye on Holmby Hills, where the stunning Faring Estate – featuring tennis courts, a koi pond and a gated garage that can hold more than 15 cars – is located.
Records show that the seller who acquired the mansion, which has been on the market for more than ten years, is believed to have ties to the wife of the late Richard King financier, Lauren, The Wall Street Journal reported.
According to estate agents Hilton & Hyland, residence in this sprawling super estate will allow residents to ‘enter comfortably and become a part of truly unrepeatable LA history’.
The estate, with eight bedrooms, has a two-story entry deck adorned with a spiral staircase and is furnished with a multitude of seemingly endless luxury amenities including a wine cellar, butler’s pantry, pool saltwater swimming pool, vegetable and rose garden, sauna and pool house.
It comes as Robbie, who is married to model Ayda Field, recently revealed he has nowhere to live after selling his home in both Wiltshire and Los Angeles.
It comes as Robbie reveals he has nowhere to live after selling his home in both Wiltshire and Los Angeles. The singer still owns a £17.5million home in London (pictured)
However, the singer is said to still own £44m homes, including a lavish Zurich mansion he bought with his wife Ayda Field last year to relocate during the Covid pandemic. and a £17.5m house in west London.
In a recent interview, Robbie confessed that he and his family are currently living “no where” after selling his LA home to rapper Drake in a deal believed to be worth at least $35 million dollars.
Robbie and his wife Ayda, 42, have four children – 9-year-old Teddy, 7-year-old Charlie, 3-year-old Coco and 2-year-old Beau.
Earlier, it was reported that Robbie broke the contract with businessman Nicolas Brunschwig for the 356-square-foot Swiss villa during a round of golf, and splashed a reported £24 million into his account. this product.
Back in September, Robbie revealed he was living in Switzerland amid the coronavirus pandemic.
In an interview with Steve Wright on BBC Radio 2, the musician insisted he chose to stay ‘in the mountains’ to avoid contracting COVID-19 because he was ‘a bit neurotic’.
The singer also owns a £17.5million home in London, which has been the source of an ongoing argument with next-door neighbour, Led Zeppelin guitarist Jimmy Page, over the plans Renovations.
Robbie spent a lot of time in Australia filming his biopic Better Man in Melbourne.
It has been revealed that the singer has offered young Australian stars the role of Take That in the biopic – as he will be starring in the production.
This biopic will focus on Robbie’s life and career as a singer and will be directed and co-written by Australian filmmaker Michael Gracey.
Family: Robbie and wife Ayda (both pictured in July 2019), 42, have four children – Teddy, nine, Charlie, seven, Coco, three, and Beau two
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