10 Upcoming Auction Lots; 10 Exhibitions Opening

SIMPSON & HIS DONKEY

SIMPSON & HIS DONKEY by Horace Moore Jones

A Watercolour by Horace Moore Jones will be sold on Jul 22 2015 in The Important, Early & Rare Sale at International Art Centre.
The Estimated sale price is between $200,436 and $334,060.

Many works by the artist have previously sold at auction including: ‘Simpson And His Donkey’ sold at International Art Centre sale of ‘Important, Early & Rare’ in 2015 for $167,993; and ‘The Marae’ sold at ART+OBJECT sale of ‘The Bev & Murray Gow Collection’ in 2007 for $1,424.

COWBOYS AND INDIANS (FELDMAN & SCHELLMANN II.377-386)

COWBOYS AND INDIANS (FELDMAN & SCHELLMANN II.377-386) by Andy Warhol

A the portfolio of ten screenprints in colors by Andy Warhol will be sold on Jul 22 2015 in The Contemporary Living: Post-War Photographs, Prints & Design Sale at Sotheby’s New York.
The Estimated sale price is between $200,000 and $300,000.

Many works by the artist have previously sold at auction including: ‘Silver Car Crash (double Disaster)’ sold at Sotheby’s New York ‘Contemporary Art Evening Auction’ in 2013 for $105,445,000; and ‘Triple Elvis [ferus Type]’ sold at Christie’s New York ‘Post-war & Contemporary Art Evening Sale’ in 2014 for $81,925,000.

MONASTERY STEPS

MONASTERY STEPS by Frances Hodgkins

An Oil on canvas by Frances Hodgkins will be sold on Jul 22 2015 in The Important, Early & Rare Sale at International Art Centre.
The Estimated sale price is between $167,030 and $233,842.

Many works by the artist have previously sold at auction including: ‘Portrait Of Arthur Lett-haines’ sold at Sotheby’s London sale of ’20th Century British Art’ in 2006 for $79,756; and ‘Market Scene, Dordrecht, Circa 1906′ sold at International Art Centre sale of ’19th & 20th Century New Zealand Paintings Together With Contemporary Masterpieces’ in 2010 for $43,937.

PAST AND PRESENT

PAST AND PRESENT by Charles Frederick Goldie

An Oil on canvas by Charles Frederick Goldie will be sold on Jul 22 2015 in The Important, Early & Rare Sale at International Art Centre.
The Estimated sale price is between $113,580 and $146,986.

Many works by the artist have previously sold at auction including: ‘Kawhena – ‘johnny Coffin’ 1892′ sold at International Art Centre sale of ‘Important, Early & Rare’ in 2013 for $518,300; and ‘”an Aristocrat” Atama Paparangi. A Chieftain Of The Rarawa Tribe Of Maoris, New Zealand’ sold at Christie’s King Street sale of ‘Australian Art’ in 2013 for $502,618.Riverfests-Tour-d’Art-480x298 v0_master ao288 ao287 ao283 ao285 ao284 ao278 ao280a ao281 ao270 ao272 ao280

OUGI

OUGI by Kazuo Shiraga

An oil on canvas by Kazuo Shiraga will be sold on Jul 22 2015 in The First Open/NYC Sale at Christie’s New York.
The Estimated sale price is between $80,000 and $120,000.

Many works by the artist have previously sold at auction including: ‘Gekidou Suru Aka’ sold at Sotheby’s Paris sale of ‘Contemporary Art’ in 2014 for $5,312,868; and ‘Bb56’ sold at Christie’s New York ‘Post-war & Contemporary Art Evening Sale’ in 2014 for $4,869,000.

THE BIG SWIRL

THE BIG SWIRL by Dan Colen

An acrylic and spray enamel on canvas by Dan Colen will be sold on Jul 22 2015 in The First Open/NYC Sale at Christie’s New York.
The Estimated sale price is between $70,000 and $90,000.

Many works by the artist have previously sold at auction including: ‘Boo Fuck’n Hoo’ sold at Christie’s New York ‘If I Live I’ll See You Tuesday: Contemporary Art Auction’ in 2014 for $3,077,000; and ’53 Rd & 3 Rd’ sold at Sotheby’s New York ‘Contemporary Art Evening Auction’ in 2013 for $1,085,000.

FASSADE II

FASSADE II by Günther Förg

An acrylic on panel in artist’s frame by Günther Förg will be sold on Jul 22 2015 in The First Open/NYC Sale at Christie’s New York.
The Estimated sale price is between $70,000 and $90,000.

Many works by the artist have previously sold at auction including: ’12 Works: Ohne Titel’ sold at Phillips New York, Upper East Side ‘Contemporary Art Evening Sale’ in 2015 for $581,000; and ‘Washington Square Ii (3-teilig)’ sold at Ketterer Kunst Munich sale of ‘Post War / Contemporary Art’ in 2015 for $506,686.

MOON-STAR ZAG XII

MOON-STAR ZAG XII by Louise Nevelson

A painted wood black by Louise Nevelson will be sold on Jul 22 2015 in The First Open/NYC Sale at Christie’s New York.
The Estimated sale price is between $60,000 and $80,000.

Many works by the artist have previously sold at auction including: ‘Sky Cathedral’ sold at Sotheby’s New York ‘Contemporary Art Day Auction’ in 2014 for $989,000; and ‘Night Wall Ii’ sold at Sotheby’s New York ‘Contemporary Art Day Auction’ in 2012 for $782,500.

UNTITLED

UNTITLED by Jean Michel Basquiat

An oilstick on paper by Jean Michel Basquiat will be sold on Jul 22 2015 in The First Open/NYC Sale at Christie’s New York.
The Estimated sale price is between $60,000 and $80,000.

Many works by the artist have previously sold at auction including: ‘Dustheads’ sold at Christie’s New York ‘Post-war & Contemporary Evening Sale’ in 2013 for $48,843,750; and ‘The Field Next To The Other Road’ sold at Christie’s New York ‘Post-war & Contemporary Evening Sale’ in 2015 for $37,125,000.

THE SAILOR

THE SAILOR by Malcolm Morley

An oil on canvas by Malcolm Morley will be sold on Jul 22 2015 in The First Open/NYC Sale at Christie’s New York.
The Estimated sale price is between $60,000 and $80,000.

Many works by the artist have previously sold at auction including: ‘Ss Amsterdam In Front Of Rotterdam’ sold at Christie’s King Street ‘Post-war & Contemporary Art Evening Auction’ in 2015 for $1,890,948; and ‘Cristoforo Colombo’ sold at Sotheby’s London ‘Contemporary Art Evening Auction’ in 2008 for $1,000,376.

Jeffrey Vallance: The Medium is the Message
at CB1 Gallery
Los Angeles, CA, USA
Jul 25, 15 – Sep 05, 15

Jeffrey Vallance: The Medium is the Message at CB1 Gallery For his exhibition in the main gallery at CB1 Gallery, Jeffrey Vallance will exhibit a series of “Spirit Photos” relating to each dead artist channeled during a series of séances. Historically spirit photography came in vogue around the end of the 19th century when photography was in its infancy. The early photographers use of double exposure and trick photography now looks quaint to 21st century eyes. read more…

Virginia Beahan: Elegy for an Ancient Sea
at Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego, La Jolla
La Jolla, CA, USA
Jul 25, 15 – Sep 06, 15

Virginia Beahan: Elegy for an Ancient Sea at Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego, La Jolla Virginia Beahan’s haunting photographs of the Salton Sea and its surrounds capture the lake’s layered history and precarious present. In Elegy for an Ancient Sea, Beahan presents images from her explorations of the California desert, as she brings a nuanced eye to the landscape’s fraught past. Through her visually sumptuous photographs, the Salton Sea becomes a kind of character, struggling to sustain life as its physical reality deteriorates. read more…

Sub-Scheme
at Western Exhibitions
West Loop – Chicago, IL, USA
Jul 24, 15 – Aug 29, 15

Sub-Scheme at Western Exhibitions Western Exhibitions is pleased to present Sub-Scheme, a collection of recent works by the Rhode Island School of Design MFA 2015 Painting Class, featuring Anthony Bragg, Irmak Canevi, Andy Giannakakis, Suzy Gonzalez, Michael R. Leon, Jon Merritt, Whitney Oldenburg, Sarah R. Pater, Fernando Pezzino, and Katie Darby Slater, selected and organized by Chicago-based critic and curator Stephanie Cristello. read more…

APEX: Margie Livingston
at Portland Art Museum, Oregon
Portland, OR, USA
Jul 25, 15 – Nov 15, 15

APEX: Margie Livingston at Portland Art Museum, Oregon Seattle artist Margie Livingston makes sculptural objects out of paint, pouring gallons of acrylic to form skins that she hangs on nails, drapes over pegs, leans against the wall, piles like discarded laundry, and cuts into planks. Her paint is both object and subject—it may be a minimal abstract shape that stretched over an armature becomes a table, or it may seem like flesh but resemble a net or wooden paneled wall. The dichotomy between object and subject creates seductive, visceral, and mysterious works of art. read more…

Veils of Color: Juxtapositions and Recent Work by Elizabeth Osborne
at James A. Michener Art Museum
Doylestown, PA, USA
Jul 25, 15 – Nov 15, 15

Veils of Color: Juxtapositions and Recent Work by Elizabeth Osborne at James A. Michener Art MuseumThrough juxtapositions of newer and older work, Veils of Color: Juxtapositions and Recent Work by Elizabeth Osborne explores the arc of the artist’s nearly six-decade career, a career of incredible artistic production and exploration distinguished by a subtle pas de deux between abstraction and realism, a duet that is both revealed and concealed by veils of color that wash across every canvas. The paintings in the exhibition demonstrate the power of color when at the command of Elizabeth Osborne’s brush. read more…

Lauren Gault & Allison Gibbs: fugue states
at The Centre for Contemporary Arts
Glasgow, UK
Jul 24, 15 – Sep 06, 15

Lauren Gault & Allison Gibbs: fugue states at The Centre for Contemporary Arts Lauren Gault and Allison Gibbs come together for the first time in a two-person exhibition investigating the margins of sight, sense and connectedness. Positioning their research around the reception and transmission of information, the artists explore metaphysical and unverifiable qualities of materials, objects and processes to survey how the sensory may function; how it may have evolved. The exhibition has facilitated a communal, cross-continental enquiry, sharing research and writing into the properties (alchemical, technological, biological, biographical) of materials and objects, as well as imagery and forms suggestive of physical and psychological states – wet, dry, geographical, psychogenic. read more…

Alexis Boyle: New Works
at La Petite Mort Gallery
Ottawa, ON, Canada
Jul 24, 15 – Jul 30, 15

Alexis Boyle: New Works at La Petite Mort Gallery Darkness is the birthplace of all things—the damp earth, the seemingly empty space between stars, and the ripe pocket of the womb. In this exhibition, multi-disciplinary artist Alexis Boyle brings together heavenly stars and earthly bodies, through her meditation on plasma, the slippery fourth state of matter (alongside solids, liquids, and gases) that makes up over 99% of the universe. Present in our blood and in outer-space, plasma acts as a mighty conduit between all things, and is the housing of all future hatchlings. read more…

Nicholas Crombach: Trapped
at Angell Gallery
Toronto, ON, Canada
Jul 24, 15 – Aug 15, 15

Nicholas Crombach: Trapped at Angell Gallery ANGELL GALLERY is pleased to present NICHOLAS CROMBACH: TRAPPED, a solo exhibition of recent figurative sculpture by this award-winning artist. The show runs in the east gallery from July 25 to August 15, 2015, with an opening reception on Saturday, July 25, 1:00 to 4:00 PM. Within Canada, emerging artist Nicholas Crombach is quickly joining the ranks of Evan Penny, Stephen Scofield and Karine Giboulo as an important figurative sculptor. read more…

Gavin Turk: Yard
at CCA Andratx
Mallorca, Spain
Jul 25, 15 – Dec 15, 15

Gavin Turk: Yard at CCA Andratx The CCA Andratx is pleased to present “Yard”, a solo exhibition by Gavin Turk. One of the leading proponents of the Young British Artists movement, Gavin Turk is best known for his elaborate re-enactments of art history’s legends – from Marat and Magritte to Boetti and Warhol – adopting their works’ aesthetics, creative processes, and even their public personas for his own critical and democratic myth-making. This artistic ‘regeneration’ – here applied to his own practice – is the underlying concept of Turk’s latest work: Yard, a short film shot in the vacant lot adjacent to Turk’s studio, one of the few industrial plots not yet re-developed in East London’s property boom. read more…

Teresa Burga: Air Structures
at Malba- Fundación Costantini
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Jul 24, 15 – Nov 16, 15

Teresa Burga: Air Structures  at Malba- Fundación Costantini In the framework of the project to recognize and valorize work by historical artists from Latin America (a project to be housed in Gallery 3), MALBA will hold the first exhibition in Buenos Aires of Peruvian artist Teresa Burga (Iquitos, Peru, 1935) An emblematic participant in the renewal of Peruvian art that took place in the sixties and seventies and a member of the Grupo Arte Nuevo (1966-1968), Teresa Burga was at the forefront of the dissolution of the art object; she made use of experimental processes and novel creative strategies to produce a decidedly conceptual body of work. The exhibition will feature two major—and extremely current—installations from the seventies, projects directly related to the work being done at the Centro de Arte y Comunicación (CAYC) in Argentina at the time. read more…

Advertisements