158 Press Releases

Tag: Andy Warhol

  • Auction Industry, Press Release

    With Proceeds Going to a Small Rural Illinois Town, Andy Warhol’s Mao Screen-print Leads Lark Mason Associates Print Sale

    Andy Warhol (Am., 1928-1987), Mao, 1972, Screen-print on Beckett High White Paper, Ed. 25/250Estimate $30,000-$50,000 reserve $15,000 New York: Lark Mason Associates is pleased to announce their Prints and Multiples sale is now open for bidding on www.igavelauctions.com through January 14th, 2021. Leading the sale is Mao, a screen-print by…

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  • Auction Result

    Hodler sells for CHF 4 million

    Hodler's 'Lake Thun and the Niesen' sells for CHF 4 million. ZURICH.- Bids rising above the estimates, busy telephone banks, non-stop internet bidding, the saleroom at covid-restriction capacity - except for the masks worn by the bidders and staff in the saleroom, it could have been a scene from one of…

    Hodler sells for CHF 4 million
  • Auction Industry

    Letter signed by Thomas Jefferson, photo signed by Marilyn Monroe are in One of a Kind Collectibles' December 17 auction

    The Internet-only auction is online now. Bidding is currently open at www.OAKauctions.com and ends Thursday, December 17th at 8:30 pm Eastern time. Signed letter from Thomas Jefferson to Gouverneur Morris requesting assistance with hiring a French chef, written and sent in 1792 (est. $14,000-$16,000). CORAL GABLES, FL, UNITED STATES, December…

    Letter signed by Thomas Jefferson, photo signed by Marilyn Monroe are in One of a Kind Collectibles December 17 auction
  • Auction Industry, Press Release

    Works from the Collection of Founder of New York’s Chiron Press Feature in Contemporary Art at Swann

    Featuring Works by Louise Nevelson from the Collection of Albert Argentieri & Works from the Collection of Stephen Poleskie, Founder of Chiron Press New York—Contemporary Art is at Swann Galleries on Thursday, November 19 offering a selection of works on paper and multiples from the mid-twentieth century through the present.…

    Works from the Collection of Founder of New York’s Chiron Press Feature in Contemporary Art at Swann
  • Auction Industry

    The Art of Voting: Christie's Empowers U.S. Citizens to Vote

    On Tuesday, November 3rd, U.S. citizens had the opportunity to shape the future and elect their next president. To encourage every American to exercise their right to vote, Christie’s exhibited five works in a virtual show called The Art of Voting. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, this event was held…

    The Art of Voting Christies Empowers U.S. Citizens to Vote2
  • Art Industry

    Baltimore Museum of Art Halts Deaccession of Artworks After Controversy

    The ongoing coronavirus pandemic has pushed several art institutions to financial discomfort.  As the pandemic threatens their very existence, some museums have decided to make noted artworks available for sale in an attempt to cover the large drop in revenue. The Association of Art Museum Directors (AAMD) created a brief…

    Baltimore Museum of Art Halts Deaccession of Artworks After Controversy
  • Auction Industry

    Freeman's announces latest Modern & Contemporary Art auction with fresh-to-market works

    An important double figure sculpture by British Modernist Lynn Chadwick will come to the market for the first time in decades. PHILADELPHIA, PA.- On November 17th, 2020, Freeman’s will hold its latest Modern & Contemporary Art auction. The auction includes several notable single-owner sections of important works from prominent collections, all of which…

    Freemans announces latest Modern & Contemporary Art auction with fresh-to-market works
  • Artists, Auction Industry

    Artist to Know: Lucio Fontana

    Auction Kings Gallery Offers Slashed Painting From the Founder of Spatialism The casual visitor to Lucio Fontana’s studio in the mid-20th century would find an unusual range of tools that he used for his craft. Laid beside the paintbrushes and mixing tools would be sharp knives, jagged pieces of glass,…

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  • Auction Result, Press Release

    Chanel by Warhol Brings $225,000; Applause by Banksy Sells for Seven Times the Estimate for $57,500

    Heritage Auctions’ $2 million Prints & Multiples event sparks intense bidder interest, Oct. 20 Andy Warhol (1928-1987). Chanel, from Ads, 1985. Screenprint in colors on Lenox Museum Board. 38 x 38 inches DALLAS, Texas (October 21, 2020) – Bidders’ appetites for big-name artists exceeded all expectations in Heritage Auctions’ $2 million Prints…

    Chanel by Warhol Brings $225,000; Applause by Banksy Sells for Seven Times the Estimate for $57,500
  • Auction Preview

    Edvard Munch's Work Leads Upcoming Sotheby's Event

    Artist Edvard Munch was active between the 1880s and 1940s. In his early years, Munch became a central figure in the Symbolist movement and later in the Expressionist style. He believed that rather than basing art on reality, it must convey an emotion or idea. Describing his expressive works, he…

    EDVARD MUNCH - MADONNA (SCHIEFLER 33; WOLL 39)
  • Auction Industry

    Upcoming Phillips Auction Highlights 20th-Century Photographs

    The upcoming Photographs auction, presented by Phillips, examines the craftsmanship of contemporary photography. Held on October 14th, 2020 starting at 10:00 AM EDT, the sale will include works from fashion, portrait, and fine art photographers. Leading the lots are works from the 20th century. Dorian Leigh, Schiaparelli Rhinestones, Pré-Catelan, Paris,…

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  • Auction Result, Press Release

    Andy Warhol’s Polaroid Camera Just Sold for $13,750 at Heritage Auctions

    Artist gave camera to friend and Interview Magazine co-founder John Wilcock Andy Warhol (American, 1928-1987). Andy Warhol's Personally Owned and Used Polaroid SX-70 Land Camera DALLAS, Texas (October 6, 2020) – Andy Warhol's Personally Owned and Used Polaroid SX-70 Land Camera, used during the height of his career in the early 1970s, sold for $13,750…

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  • Auction Industry

    “The Last Car to Safely Transport President Kennedy” Comes to Auction

    The 1963 assassination of President John F. Kennedy left an indelible mark on American culture and history. Within days of his death, his assassin was dead, the United States had a new president, and the conspiracy theories had begun. A relic from the morning of Kennedy’s death highlights Bonhams’ upcoming…

    The Last Car to Safely Transport President Kennedy Comes to Auction1
  • Auction Preview

    Modern Art & Design, 3 Sessions: Fall 2020

    Alexander Calder was an American sculptor widely known as the inventor of the artistic mobile. The Modern Art & Design auction features one of his works. This mobile sculpture is made of painted black sheet metal, one red piece, and wire. It is signed by the artist and dated 1972.…

    Daniel Meyer Illuminated Sculptural Chair, Unique
  • Auction Preview

    American Presidential Memorabilia Comes to Auction with Bonhams

    Following the September 11th, 2001 attacks, collector Jim Warlick became concerned that children would stop visiting Washington, D.C. to learn about American history. He decided to take his collection of American presidential memorabilia on the road to fill the need. 20 years later, part of his “American Presidential Experience” traveling…

    John F. Kennedy White 1963 Lincoln Limo One That Carried Him The Morning Of November 22, 1963
  • Exhibitions

    Baltimore Museum of Art Will Deaccession 3 Major Artworks to Support Ambitious Equity Plan

    The Last Supper (1986) by Andy Warhol will be deaccessioned by the BMA and offered by Sotheby’s through private sale. The Baltimore Museum of Art (BMA) announced Friday details of its Endowment for the Future, an ambitious financial plan that will dedicate funds for the care of the collection and allow…

    Baltimore Museum of Art Will Deaccession 3 Major Artworks to Support Ambitious Equity Plan
  • Auction Industry

    From the Walls of Keith Haring

    Sotheby’s Offers Works from the Artist’s Personal Collection in a Benefit Sale “I love paintings too much, love color too much, love seeing too much, love feeling too much, love art too much, love too much,” Keith Haring said shortly before receiving his fatal AIDS diagnosis in 1988. Though Haring’s…

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  • Auction Preview

    Prints and Multiples

    Beginning in the early 1960s, American artist, film director, and producer Andy Warhol became a leading figure in the Pop Art movement. He was best-known in his early career for his depictions of Campbell’s soup cans and Coca-Cola bottles. Warhol’s fame grew from there until he died in 1987. Highlighted…

    Jasper Johns (American, b. 1930) Corpse and Mirror, 1976
  • Auction Preview

    Prints & Multiples

    One of the featured artists in the upcoming Bonhams Prints & Multiples auction is cultural icon Andy Warhol. A leading figure of the Pop Art movement, Warhol photographed boxer Muhammad Ali in 1977 as part of his Athletes series. The complete set of four Ali screenprints (numbered 2 of 150)…

    ALEXANDER CALDER (1898-1976)
  • Auction Industry, Press Release

    Important Peter Beard Collection Could Bring $300,000+ at Heritage Photographs Auction

    Event also features Andy Warhol’s Polaroid camera Peter Beard (American, 1938-2020). 756 Elephants.  DALLAS, Texas (September 16, 2020) – An important collection from Peter Beard and a selection from Leonard Freed’s Black in White America photo essay, as well as powerful images from renowned photographers ranging from Ansel Adams to Ruth…

    Important Peter Beard Collection Could Bring $300,000+ at Heritage Photographs Auction