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18 February 2017

186 works to bid on this weekend

Bid on works by Robert Rauschenberg, Hayv Kahraman, Sally Mann, and more

 
 

February 18, 2017

 
 
 
 
 

Weekend Highlights

 
 

Contemporary Middle Eastern Art
Live now through February 27

 
 
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Hayv Kahraman
Transparent Body, 2013
Est. 60,000–80,000 USD

 
 
 

Our inaugural sale of contemporary Middle Eastern art features vibrant works by some of the most sought-after artists of the region, including Hayv Kahraman, Pouya Afshar, Jeffar Khaldi, Shirin Neshat, Driss Ouadahi, Yazan Khalili, Youssef Nabil, and Farhad Ahrarnia.


View highlights in our exclusive behind-the-scenes video with Senior Specialist Bibi Zavieh, and don't miss the chance to bid on these evocative works, live for bidding now through Monday, February 27.

 
 

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Through Her Lens: Works by Women Photographers
Live now through March 1

 
 
 
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Sally Mann
Dead Duck, 1988
Est. 6,000–8,000 USD USD

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Nan Goldin
Self-Portrait in Blue Bathroom, London, 1980
Est. 12,000–18,000 USD

 
 

The role of women photographers is one that is innately revolutionary: they challenge traditional gendered notions of power simply by stepping behind the camera, rather than on display in front of it. Through Her Lens: Works by Women Photographers pays tribute to these artists, offering captivating images by Diane Arbus, Sally Mann, Cindy Sherman, Nan Goldin, Alex Prager, Sandy Skoglund, and more. Don't miss the chance to bid on these exceptional works, live through Wednesday, March 1.

 
 

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Pop Art
Live now through February 22

 
 
 
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Robert Rauschenberg
Signs, 1970
Est. 20,000–25,000 USD

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Andy Warhol
Oyster Stew, from Campbell's Soup II, 1969
Est. 20,000–30,000 USD

 
 

The clock is ticking—our colorful Pop Art sale ends soon! From soup cans to celebrities, this sale features many iconic themes from this important movement. Bid on works by Andy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein, Jasper Johns, Robert Rauschenberg, and more before our Pop Art sale closes on Wednesday, February 22.

 
 

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Trending Artworks

 
 
 
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RETNA
El Salvador, 2014
Est. 3,000–5,000 USD

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Athier Mousawi
400 Years, 2010
Est. 7,000–9,000 USD

 
 
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Sophie Ristelhueber
Fait #23, 1992
Est. 15,000–20,000 USD

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Cindy Sherman
Untitled Film Still #19, 1978
Est. 8,000–12,000 USD

 
 
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Wade Guyton
Untitled, 2009
Est. 8,000–10,000 USD

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Peter Fischli and David Weiss
Untitled (Airport), 2008
Est. 10,000–12,000 USD

 
 
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Roy Lichtenstein
I Love Liberty, 1982
Est. 30,000–40,000 USD

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Francesca Woodman
Then at one point I did not need to translate the notes; they went directly into my hands, Providence, Rhode Island, circa 1976
Est. 4,000–6,000 USD

 
 

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Upcoming Sale:
Best of Britain
February 27–March 8

 
 
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Tracey Emin
I Can Feel Your Smile, 2005
Sold for 78,000 USD on artnet Auctions

 
 
 

Our Best of Britain sale returns this month with a fresh selection of exemplary works by British artists who have changed the international landscape of contemporary art. We invite you to consign works by famed British art stars including David Hockney, Banksy, Francis Bacon, Tracey Emin, Damien Hirst, Julian Opie, Peter Doig, Marc Quinn, Chris Ofili, Anish Kapoor, Bridget Riley, Antony Gormley, Lucian Freud, and more.

Best of Britain will be live for bidding February 27 through March 8. The deadline to consign is Wednesday, February 22. Contact us at auctions@artnet.com to consign your works or learn more about this sale.

 
 

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