Besides the comedian’s collection, the show may also feature work by Mexican sculptor Betsabee Romero, Cuban artist Jose Bedia along with other one-of-a-kind pieces from around the globe.
Martindale stated Shandling’s collection is reflective of his interest in the Southwest and also the Mexican and Latin style.
“He certainly would be a collector. He certainly was active in the art world but he wasn’t super public about this,Inch Martindale stated. “He certainly were built with a house filled with great works of art and furniture and Navajo textiles.”
This week’s show opens Thursday having a gala in Santa Fe and runs through Sunday.
Greater than 40 of Shandling’s personal pieces from his California home is going to be offered, varying from around 200 dollars to greater than $40,000.