31 May 2017

Picture this...

Bid on Pictures Generation artists like Cindy Sherman, Richard Prince, Robert Longo, and more

 
   
 
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Pictures Generation
Live Now Through June 15

 
 
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Richard Prince
Untitled (Girlfriend), 1999
Est. 15,000–20,000 USD

 
 
 
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Robert Longo
Untitled (Janet, from Men in the Cities), 1981
Est. 5,000–7,000 USD

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John Baldessari
Object (with Flaw), 1988
Est. 18,000–25,000 USD

 
 
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Barbara Kruger
Untitled (I've Seen This Movie Before / You Make the World Safe for Democracy), 1986
Est. 28,000–35,000 USD

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Cindy Sherman
Untitled (Artist in Her Studio), 1983
Est. 10,000-15,000 USD

 
 

Beginning in the 1970s and through the 1980s, Pictures Generation artists explored consumerism, popular culture, and the media in their work to critique the fraught social and political climate of 1970s and '80s. Our sale offers works by founders of the movement, like Cindy Sherman, Robert Longo, and Richard Prince, as well as artists whose works were directly and profoundly influenced by it, including Marilyn Minter and James Welling. Bid on compelling photographs and prints in Pictures Generation, live now through June 15.

 
 

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Works on Paper
Live Now Through June 13

 
 
 
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Mel Bochner
Right On!, 2015
Est. 7,000–9,000 USD

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James Nares
Untitled, 1999
Est. 3,000–5,000 USD

 
 

Our Works on Paper sale highlights the innovative ways in which artists have utilized the medium to explore a variety of styles, genres, and movements. Explore original works by Mel Bochner, James Nares, Robert Longo, Dan Colen, Brice Marden, Wolf Kahn, Sol LeWitt, and more. Place your bids now through June 13 for the chance to add these works to your collection.

 
 

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Cindy Sherman
Untitled #107, 1982
Est. 50,000–70,000 USD

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Marilyn Minter
Prism, 2009
Est. 10,000–15,000 USD

 
 
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Harland Miller
Who Cares Wins, from Artists with Liberty: Save Our Human Rights Act, 2016
Est. 5,000–7,000 USD

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Sol LeWitt
Horizontal Brushstrokes, 2004
Est. 10,000–15,000 USD

 
 
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Al Held
Hudson 13, 1989
Est. 4,000–6,000 USD

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Robert Longo
Study for Cold Heaven, 1983
Est. 12,000–18,000 USD

 
 
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Brice Marden
Untitled (from Suicide Notes), 1972
Est. 20,000–25,000 USD

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David Robbins
Talent (set of 18), 1986
Est. 7,000–9,000 USD

 
 

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Upcoming Auction
Art in the Middle East: 1950s to the Present
June 26–July 10

 
 
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Ali Shirazi
Untitled, 2012
Est. 15,000–18,000 USD

 
 
 

Following several successful sales of Middle Eastern Art, we are pleased to announce Art in the Middle East: 1950s to the Present, our next auction of exceptional works by leading artists from the region. We are currently seeking paintings, prints, photographs, and more by important Middle Eastern artists including Ali Banisadr, Hayv Kahraman, Ayman Baalbaki, Kour Pour, Shirin Neshat, Mounir Fatmi, Lalla Essaydi, Farhad Moshiri, Nabil Nahas, Manoucher Yektai, and Paul Guiragossian, among others.

Art in the Middle East: 1950s to the Present will be live for bidding June 26 through July 10. The deadline to consign is June 21. Contact Senior Specialist of Middle Eastern Art Bibi Zavieh at bzavieh@artnet.com to consign works from your collection.

 
 

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