A sale of world-renowned sculptures during New York City’s art auction season might seem entirely routine — until you realize the sculptures have wheels. And engines. And projected selling prices of up to $6 million. We’re talking about the inaugural event to launch Keno Brothers Fine Automobile Auctions November 19 at Skylight Clarkson Square in the city’s SoHo neighborhood.
Lifelong car enthusiasts, the Keno brothers started getting their hands dirty restoring cars with their father at a young age. Over the years, they have collected, judged and raced vintage automobiles. As they do with antiques, the Keno brothers express a preference for originality. Their passion has been on display for over a decade.