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Tag: Jules Olitski

  • Exhibitions

    Now Is the Time: Baltimore Museum of Art Exhibits New Works Acquired Through 2018 Deaccession

    This month, the Baltimore Museum of Art (BMA) showcases pieces by underrepresented artists, funded by its 2018 deaccession of works by Robert Rauschenberg and Andy Warhol. The exhibition, titled ‘Now Is the Time: Recent Acquisitions to the Contemporary Collection,’ began on May 2nd and will run through July 18th, 2021.…

    Now Is the Time Baltimore Museum of Art Exhibits New Works Acquired Through 2018 Deaccession1
  • Auction Result

    Hindman continues to set auction records with fine art and design

    Jules Olitski, Hawk Channel, 1985. Acrylic on canvas, 42 1/2 x 55 inches. Estimate: $10,000 - $15,000. Price Realized: $37,500. CHICAGO, IL.-Hindman’s How Soon Is Now: Post War Art & Design auction was an outstanding success, exceeding the pre-sale estimate by more than $300,000 and selling 90% of the lots offered.…

    Hindman continues to set auction records with fine art and design
  • Auction Preview

    How Soon is Now | Post War Art & Design

    When World War II ended in 1945, the post-war period saw a sea of artists whose concepts and works would outlive their makers. Solomon (Sol) LeWitt was one of those artists. Believed to be one of the founding members of Conceptual art and Minimalism, he stated that every artwork must…

    Erwin and Estelle Laverne (American, 1909-2002 - American, 1915-1997) Pair of Tulip Lounge Chairs, Model 120 LFLaverne International, USA