Notable and Shareable – June 27, 2019
Two is better than one!
The enigmatic German artist Otto Wols sparked what the sale’s auctioneer Ollie Barker called the “bidding competition of the night.”
Sotheby’s evening sale of post-war and contemporary art in London on June 26, 2019 | Courtesy of Sotheby’s.
Live the sweet life inside this 14-story boutique project, located on the site of the old Quinzani Bakery.
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Sean Fahie wears an Uncle Sam outfit to celebrate during the annual Hingham July Fourth Road Race in 2017 | Courtesy of Joshua Ross Photography.
“The Cape Cod Canal bridges have reached the end of their useful lives,” according to U.S. Rep. William Keating.
Manufacturing is often seen to be at the front driving this, but the property industry certainly isn’t far behind. . .
Article content curated and produced by Becca Logue, Communications Coordinator, Gibson Sotheby’s International Realty.