Norman Reedus is part of a live auction at Sotheby’s for Hurricane Relief


Norman Reedus is part of a live photography auction at Sotheby’s at 10am EDT today, with proceeds going to Hurricane Relief charities!

The Walking Dead Norman Reedus will auction off two photographs during the Sotheby’s International auction house in New York at 10 a.m. EDT. Proceeds from the Reedus photos (lots 84 and 85) will be generously donated to charity in support of Hurricane Relief. If you are an avid photographic art collector and would like to bid on items, simply email bids.ne[email protected]

Interview Sotheby’s Auction House of Norman Reedus in New York

Reedus was recently interviewed by Andrea Blanch, founder and editor-in-chief of Museum Magazine, at Sotheby’s Auction House in New York. There were some interesting facts revealed by Reedus at the auction house. Including how photography became one of the focal points of his life originally.

His debut intertwined with his rising acting career. Acting subtly in elevating his photographic work by rewarding access to places and people never seen before. Indirectly making possible for Reedus a lifelong passion for photography.

Norman Reedus’ on his early artistic interests and where interest in photography began:

“I was doing more sculpting with rock and wood and metal and stuff like that in high school. As acting and travel started to take off, that’s when photography seemed to go hand in hand for me.

Norman Reedus on the travels and encounters with fascinating people that fuel his dedication to photography:

“I don’t have any downtime to be honest. Just the trip to see places I wouldn’t normally see and stuff like that. *shows the photo* It’s in Saint Petersburg, it’s a priest that I met. See interesting people and interesting places. Documenting this stuff and spending time with these people”

Sotheby’s proudly announced that it would be auctioning off two of Reedus’ photographs in its first post-war and contemporary photography auction.

Photo above: “A beautiful photograph he took in 2009 in Russia titled ‘Basement of Moscow Maximum Security Prison'”

Michele Romero Entertainment Weekly Senior Photo Editor

A desolate style photograph that has a lot of weight and impact. Take you there, no travel required. Their expressions tell an enduring story without a single sound. Dark and mysterious.

A stray cat on the floor visibly catching your attention after the first two digits.

Bid on the two photographs by Norman Reedus (lots 84 and 85) or follow the action from 10am EDT at Direct Sales of Post-War and Contemporary Photography Sotheby’s!

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