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The Berlin auction house Jeschke van Vliet has appointed Gabriella Rochberg as head of its department of Modern and Contemporary art. Rochberg will assume the post on July 15. Image courtesy of Jeschke van Vliet

Gabriella Rochberg to head Modern and contemporary art at Jeschke van Vliet

The Berlin auction house Jeschke van Vliet has appointed Gabriella Rochberg as head of its department of Modern and Contemporary art. Rochberg will assume the post on July 15. Image courtesy of Jeschke van Vliet

The Berlin auction house Jeschke van Vliet has appointed Gabriella Rochberg as head of its department of Modern and Contemporary art. Rochberg will assume the post on July 15. Image courtesy of Jeschke van Vliet

BERLIN, Germany – The Jeschke van Vliet auction house has appointed art historian Gabriella Rochberg as head of its department of Modern and contemporary art. She brings many years of experience in the art trade and in auction houses as well as extensive networking within the art market to the position. The appointment takes effect on July 15.

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Robert Indiana, ‘American Dream,’ est. €4,000-€6,000

Indiana, De Kooning and Albers a power trio at Jeschke Van Vliet, April 29

Robert Indiana, ‘American Dream,’ est. €4,000-€6,000

Robert Indiana, ‘American Dream,’ est. €6,000-€9,000

BERLIN – Jeschke van Vliet‘s first auction of 2022, set for April 29, features 469 lots of rare books, prints and classical art. Absentee and Internet live bidding will be available through LiveAuctioneers.

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Audebert and Viellot's ‘Oiseaux dores ou a reflets metalliques,’ estimated at €4,500-€9,000

Jeschke Van Vliet’s July 30-31 auction boasts fine & rare books

Audebert and Viellot's ‘Oiseaux dores ou a reflets metalliques,’ estimated at €4,500-€9,000

Audebert and Viellot’s ‘Oiseaux dores ou a reflets metalliques,’ estimated at €4,500-€9,000

BERLIN, Germany – Jeschke van Vliet starts its two-day auction of valuable and rare books, as well as prints and historical photography on July 30 and 31, with an extensive offering in modern illustrated literature. The core of the first day of the auction will be artists’ books from two German private collections, which department head Balazs Jadi characterizes as “an impressive overview of the artistic work of German and international book artists.” The modernist section also includes French bibliophilia juxtaposed with avant-garde literature. Absentee and Internet live bidding will be available through LiveAuctioneers.

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