In November 2017, Christie's announced the sale of 'Salvator Mundi', considered to be the last Leonardo da Vinci masterpiece to be sold at auction. Under Nadav Kander's auterist vision, Chelsea and Droga5 rigged hidden cameras within the gallery to capture the raw, emotional reactions of the visitors. None of the participants knew they were being filmed.
The painting sold for $450M, smashing all previous records, and Nadav's film became a viral phenomenon, garnering attention from The New York Times, The Guardian, The Wall Street Journal and AdWeek.
Nadav's piece was awarded a Gold Lion in Film Craft at Cannes 2018, as well as a Silver Pencil at the 2018 One Show, and two D&AD Pencils.