Contemporary Art: The Premier Sale on artnet Auctions

An amazing selection of valuable contemporary art is currently available for bidding on artnet Auctions. The auction, which is titled “Contemporary Art: The Premier Sale,” features paintings, sculpture, works on paper, and other art pieces by some of the most in-demand and celebrated artists on today’s market. These include works by Jean Dubuffet, Ai Weiwei, Michelangelo Pistoletto, Antonio Calderara, Harold Ancart, and other contemporary masters. The auction is live now through October 18. Some of our favorite lots include:

· “Pittura” (1971) by Antonio Calderara; oil on wood panel, in artist’s frame – estimated at $60,000-80,000.

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· “Tête et Sculpture (recto); Étude (verso)” (c. 1955) by Alberto Giacometti; graphite on paper – estimated at $50,000-70,000.

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· “Renoir’s Curtain” (1977) by Gene Davis; acrylic and graphite on canvas – estimated at $30,000-40,000.

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· “Untitled (Blood Flowers)” (2003) by Richard Hambleton; mixed media on paper – estimated at $25,000-35,000.

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· “Flower Field” (2013) by Abdul Rahman Katanani; corrugated iron, barbed wire, bottle caps, aluminum, and nails – estimated at $12,000-18,000.

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