Christie’s First Open Sale of Post-War and Contemporary Art Will Feature 343 Paintings, Photographs and Sculptures

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LUCIEN SMITH (B.1989) Love Story/A Woman Under The Influence Acrylic on canvas
LUCIEN SMITH (B.1989)
Love Story/A Woman Under The Influence
Acrylic on canvas

Looking to enhance your art collection? On March 6, Christie’s highly-anticipated First Open Sale of Post-War and Contemporary Art will feature an exciting selection of 343 works of painting, photography and sculpture, perfect for both new and established art collectors.

ANDY WARHOL (1928-1987) Map of Eastern U.S.S.R. Missile Bases 1984-1985 (Black) Map of Eastern U.S.S.R. Missile Bases 1984-1985 (White)
ANDY WARHOL (1928-1987)
Map of Eastern U.S.S.R. Missile Bases 1984-1985 (Black) Map of Eastern U.S.S.R. Missile Bases 1984-1985 (White)

The First Open will showcase works by some of the most sought-after contemporary artists including Wade Guyton, Mark Grotjahn, Lucien Smith, Jacob Kassay, Carol Bove and Thomas Houseago, plus additional artwork by Andy Warhol, Ken Price, On Kawara and Hans Hofmann. Three works by Jean-Michel Basquiat from the Collection of Alexis Adler will also be available for purchase.

Photo credit: Christie’s

 

 

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