22 Press Releases

Tag: Ed Ruscha

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    ONE: A Global Sale of the 20th Century

    The son of Jewish immigrants from Poland, Barnett Newman (1905 – 1970) was an American artist and one of the frontrunners in color field painting. He also made several contributions to Abstract Expressionism. Among the leading lots featured in ONE: A Global Sale of the 20th Century, presented by Christie's,…

    Joan Mitchell (1925-1992)
  • Art Fairs

    Works by Dürer, Hockney, and Warhol lead sales at IFPDA Fine Art Print Fair Online

    Andy Warhol, Details of Renaissance Paintings, Sandro Botticelli, Birth of Venus, 1482, 1984. Screenprint, 32 × 44 in, 81.3 × 111.8 cm. Edition of 70 + proofs. NEW YORK, NY.- The IFPDA Fine Art Print FairOnline 2020, the digital initiative launched on May 13th by the IFPDA (International Fine Print Dealers…

    Works by Dürer, Hockney, and Warhol lead sales at IFPDA Fine Art Print Fair Online
  • Auction Industry

    Artists and Art Lovers Unite to Raise Critical Funds for Venice Family Clinic’s COVID-19 Response

    VENICE FAMILY CLINIC ART WALK & AUCTION RUNS EXCLUSIVELY ONLINE MAY 3–19, 2020  Venice Family Clinic Art Walk & Auction has moved exclusively to an online art auction for its 41st edition. This year's auction features more than 150 works by nationally recognized contemporary artists. Each winning bid provides essential health…

    Artists and Art Lovers Unite to Raise Critical Funds for Venice Family Clinic’s COVID-19 Response
  • Auction Industry

    Fine Art & European Decorative Arts go up for bid at Turner Auctions + Appraisals on Saturday, April 25

    Masami Teraoka (1936). Title/Subject: Namiyo at Hanauma Bay, 1985. Medium: Print-Multiple, Lithograph in colors. Size image: 24 3/4" x 36". Size frame: 34" x 45". Created: 1985. Condition: Good. Estimate $1,500 - $2,500. SAN FRANCISCO, CA.-Turner Auctions + Appraisals presents Fine Art & European Decorative Arts on Saturday, April 25, 2020.…

    Fine Art & European Decorative Arts go up for bid at Turner Auctions
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    Fine Art & European Decorative Arts

    Johann Friedrich Böttger was a magician and alchemist who bragged that he could make gold. Augustus II the Strong, the ruler of Saxony, imprisoned him to test his claim. Though unable to create the precious metal, Böttger did discover how to make hard-paste porcelain stoneware. Augustus the Strong quickly established…

    Wedgwood Yellow Jasperware Vase
  • Galleries

    Art Basel Hong Kong to Launch Online Viewing Rooms This Week With Over $270M in Artwork

    Art Basel's Online Viewing Rooms will debut with an international lineup of 234 leading galleries from 31 countries and territories, presenting over 2,000 premier artworks intended to be showcased at Art Basel Hong Kong. The first iteration ofthe new digital initiative will run from March 20 to March 25, 2020, with…

    Zhou Li, Spring
  • Auction Industry

    Auction Houses Miss Out on $450 Million Collection of Late Philanthropist Don Marron

    How will this impact the market's bottom line in 2020? Three New York galleries that the Wall Street Journal referred to as "longtime rivals” will come together to sell the collection of the late philanthropist Donald Marron. Together, Pace, Gagosian, and Acquavella will privately sell over 300 works estimated to…

    Auction Houses Miss Out on $450 Million Collection of Late Philanthropist Don Marron
  • Auction Industry

    Kim Jones of Dior Men & Sotheby's Team Up For 'Contemporary Curated' Auction This March In New York

    Ed Ruscha, Oaks, Oats. 1977. Estimate: $200,000-300,000. Courtesy Sotheby's. NEW YORK, NY.- Today Sotheby’s unveiled highlights from their Contemporary Curated sale on 6 March in New York. This season, Sotheby's welcomes guest curator Kim Jones, one of the fashion industry’s preeminent voices who currently serves as Artistic Director for Dior Men Ready-to-Wear and…

    Ed Ruscha, Oaks, Oats.
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    Contemporary Edition

    The upcoming sale presented by Christie's will include 201 lots of contemporary and modern art. Among the top lots of the sale is an oil painting created by Helen Frankenthaler. The piece, titled Guadalupe, was created by staining a solid pigment onto canvas. Frankenthaler’s technique helped shape Abstract Expressionism and…

    Contemporary Edition
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    Post-War and Contemporary Art Evening Sale

    Andy Warhol first photographed Muhammad Ali in 1977. The photographs of the heavyweight boxing champion would be used as references for Warhol's 1977 Athletes series. As Warhol lifted his camera, Ali had only one question: “Do I look fearless?” One of Warhol’s original portraits of Ali is highlighted in the…

    Christies Post-War and Contemporary Art Evening Sale
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    Modern Art & Design Auction

    The upcoming Modern Art & Design Auction, presented by Los Angeles Modern Auctions, features art from Raymond Pettibon, Andy Warhol, Ed Ruscha, Ed Moses, and more. Pettibon, an American artist, is best known for his ink drawings that combine images with text. While he is self-taught, he credits drawings by…

    Sam Maloof Armchair
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    First Open

    Jan Fabre is regarded as an innovative leader in the world of contemporary art. According to his website, he calls himself “... a consilience artist because he always leaps forward in knowledge through the linking of fact-based theory and practice across disciplines.” Fabre’s works connect different artistic styles, providing a…

    First Open
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    20th Century & Contemporary Art Day Sale Morning Session

    One of Sam Gilliam’s hallmark “drape paintings”  is available in the upcoming auction presented by Phillips Auction. Widening the limits of paintings, his work goes beyond the canvas. His stained fabric works resembling tie-dye are regarded as a major step in the development of American art.  The Morning Session of…

    MAX ERNST
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    Unbound: Online Auction

    The upcoming Unbound: Online Auction presented by Phillips Auction offers a selection of fine art pieces. This collection of 86 lots includes an untitled work of figurative abstraction by Karel Appel, a Dutch painter. This painting employs expressive colors and forms on a vivid background. Appel found particular inspiration in…

    Unbound Online Auction Phillips
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    Rachel Davis Fine Art Auctioneers & Appraisers

    Exploring different styles of artistic expression in his works, Andy Warhol became one of the most prolific figures in art history. The artist truly believed that art should not be defined by time or concept-but it should create a new feeling and movement every time. Andy Warhol’s ''Paolo Uccello” creates…

    Edward Winter copper enamel/Auctiondaily
  • Press Release

    RELEASE: Christie’s to Offer Ed Ruscha’s Hurting The Word Radio #2 from The Collection of Joan and Jack Quinn

    You can turn on the radio and the radio becomes the soundtrack for what you see out the window. And somehow I get more from doing this in Los Angeles than I do in another city." – Edward Ruscha Ed Ruscha (b. 1937), Hurting the Word Radio #2, 1964. Oil…

  • Auction Industry

    Auction Blotter: Julie Curtiss Shocks, Ed Ruscha Sizzles, and KAWS Keeps On Keeping On in the New York Day Sales

    Installation view of Phillips "New Now" Auction exhibition. Courtesy of Phillips. The late-September day sales in New York might not get the high-wattage attention of the splashy evening sales, but this is where auction stars of the future are made. Here’s a rundown of the notable results at Phillips, Christie’s,…

  • Press Release

    RESULTS: Post-War and Contemporary Art September Sales at Christie’s New York

    (left to right) Joan Mitchell, Violet Cypress, 1964, oil on canvas, Sold for: $1,575,000; Ed Ruscha, Wavy Robot, 1975 Gunpowder on paper. Sold for: $1,203,000 Thirtyfive Works by Ed Ruscha | 27 September 2019 Auction Total: $7,516,500 / £6,101,055 / €6,881,990 100% Sold by Value / 100% Sold by Lot Thirtyfive Works by…

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    Thirtyfive Works by Ed Ruscha

    “Life is more like an off-center love story than it is a straight-ahead...narrative,” says art collector Fred Clarke in an interview with Christie’s. The Thirty-five Works by Ed Ruscha auction, presented by Christie’s, comes entirely from the Clarke Collection, the private holdings of Fred and Laura Weir Clarke.  Clarke’s view…

    Thirtyfive Works by Ed Ruscha
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    Contemporary Curated

    Sotheby's Contemporary Curated auction is a powerful exhibition of the post-war period. The auction presents works from The Museum of Contemporary Art Cleveland, and The Drawing Center as well as from private collections. It is curated by renowned chef Massimo Bottura. The resulting selection proves that a passion for food…

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