Kate Moss has one of the most known faces in the world. Her image is so valuable that Christie’s London will be selling works highlighting the British supermodel. Kate Moss – The Collection will showcase photographs, paintings, sculptures, and collages created by some of the best artists in the world. A public exhibition will be held starting September 1 and lasting four days until the auction on September 25.
Very valuable pieces will be up for grabs. Allen Jones' “Kate Moss (bronze glitter) 2013” is thought to be worth £20,000 and £30,000. Pictures taken by legendary photographers Annie Leibovitz, Irving Penn, Mario Testino, and Mario Sorrenti will also be available. Even a work by Nick Knight, a sculpture of Moss as a nude angel in 18-carat gold, will be up for auction.
“She has altered perceptions for women across the globe, encouraging them towards greater individuality and expressive freedom," said Gert Elfering, curator of the show. "There is so much you can learn from Kate - how you should always remain true to yourself, develop your own style, and emphasize your individuality."
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