16 July 2016

Weekend Highlights: Post-War & Contemporary Art, Unique Photographs, Urban Art, and more

40 major artists in Post-War & Contemporary Art

 
 
 

July 16, 2016

 
 
 
 
 

Weekend Highlights

 
 

Post-War & Contemporary Art
July 7–19

 
 
 
 

Julian Opie
Jeremy and Sian walking 2, 2010
Est. 45,000–65,000 USD

 
 
 

There’s still time to bid on our Post-War & Contemporary Art sale. Don’t miss exceptional works by highly sought-after artists, including Sam Francis, Andy Warhol, David Hockney, Alex Katz, Sol LeWitt, Julian Schnabel, Julian Opie, Gene Davis, Chuck Close, Roy Lichtenstein, François Morellet, Chris Burden, Tom Wesselmann, and many more, live for bidding now through Tuesday, July 19.

 
 

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One of a Kind: Unique Photographs
July 12–21

 
 
 
 

Peter Beard
To Henry & Happy Easter (mingled destinies of crocodyles and man, Moite Bay, Lake Rudolf), 1965
Est. 16,000–20,000 USD

 

James Welling
0943 (from the Glass House series), 2009
Est. 4,000–6,000 USD

 
 

Don’t miss the chance to acquire works that are truly unique in this sale of singular photographs. Explore distinctive, one-of-a-kind photographic works by Peter Beard, Robert Mapplethorpe, Andy Warhol, Matthew Brandt, Helmut Newton, Lucas Samaras, James Welling, and more.

 
 

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Urban Art
July 12–21

 
 
 
 

KAWS
You Should Know I Know, 2015
Est. 7,000–9,000 USD

 

Scott Campbell
Untitled (Open Skull and Roses), 2011
Est. 7,500–8,500 USD

 
 

From the street to your walls: don’t miss dynamic prints and original works by the biggest stars of urban art, including Banksy, Kenny Scharf, D*Face, Nick Walker, Zevs, QUIK, Mr. Brainwash, and KAWS, among others.

 
 

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Mr. Brainwash: Recent Works on Paper
July 11–21

 
 
 
 

Mr. Brainwash
Banksy Thrower, 2016
Est. 12,000–18,000 USD

 

Mr. Brainwash
Marilyn Monroe, 2016
Est. 5,000–7,000 USD

 
 

We are pleased to offer a selection of recent works on paper by provocative street artist Mr. Brainwash. These colorful, multilayered works feature many of Brainwash’s best-known motifs appropriated from popular culture and fine art, from Campbell’s soup cans, to Mickey and Minnie Mouse.

 
 

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Trending Artworks

 
 
 
 

Matthew Brandt
Vail Lake, CA 1 (from Lakes and Reservoirs), 2008
Est. 5,000–7,000 USD

 

Erwin Olaf
Keyhole 1, 2011
Est. 10,000–15,000 USD

 
 
 

Peter Beard
Andy Warhol at The Factory, c. 1976
Est. 15,000–20,000 USD

 

Keith Haring
Untitled (Keith Haring and Herb Ritts), 1989
Est. 35,000–55,000 USD

 
 
 

Damien Hirst
Minnie (Pink Glitter), 2015
Est. 30,000–50,000 USD

 

Chuck Close
Self-Portrait, 1995
Est. 65,000–75,000 USD

 
 
 

Robert Mapplethorpe
Untitled (Self-Portrait), c. 1972
Est. 6,000–8,000 USD

 

Tom Wesselmann
Helen Nude, 1981
Est. 6,000–8,000 USD

 
 
 

Dain
Sinister Boy, 2008
Est. 6,000–8,000 USD

 

Masahisa Fukase
Double Suicide, 1968
Est. 10,000–15,000 USD

 
 

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Upcoming Sale Preview:
Color and Form
July 19–28

 
 
 
 

Larry Zox
Diamond Drill, c. 1968
Est. 10,000–15,000 USD

 
 
 

We are pleased to invite you to explore an exclusive preview of our upcoming sale, Color and Form. Beginning Tuesday, July 19, artnet Auctions will offer exceptional works by artists known for their bold visual style, vibrant color palettes, and strong sense of linear design, including Sam Francis, Robert Motherwell, Sol LeWitt, Sean Scully, Thomas Ruff, Jesús Rafael Soto, Larry Zox, and Beatriz Milhazes, among others.

Color and Form will be live for bidding July 19 through 28 on artnet Auctions.

 
 

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