Time Out says
Get a sneak peak into David Bowie's artistic side and enjoy an amazing collection the singer has amassed over the years.
Legendary singer David Bowie's private art collection is unveiled for the first time, and arrives in Hong Kong after a world tour. Featuring artworks by renowned artists like Damien Hirst and Basquiat, as well as a wide range of lesser known artists from around the world, this on-sale exhibition invites the public to view a previously unseen side of Bowie's life.
Aside from artworks and paintings, Bowie’s personal record player of choice, a wonderfully unconventional piece of 1960s Italian design is also on display.
The auctions don't start until November 10 in London, but anyone can participate in the sale from anywhere in the world. If you’re not able to come to the auction room to bid in person, you can leave a written bid before the sale starts, you can bid live on the telephone, or you can bid live online too. (Please note that if you would like to sit in our London saleroom and bid in person, entry is ticketed due to limited space. To apply for tickets, visit www.sothebys.com/bowiecollector)