Published on Monday, June 13th, 2011
In London, Phillips de Pury & Company exposes the best of the approaching June Contemporary Art Evening and Day auctions. The highlights of the Evening sale are on display now at Phillips de Pury & Company’s new gallery 45-47 Brook Street in Claridge London.
Most noteworthy is a rare Jean-Michel Basquiat (£2-3million), Mark Tansey’s Library of Babylon
(£1.2 – 1.8million) and one of the most exquisite Damien Hirst paintings ever to be presented at auction. Other highlights include Pop art and Chinese art.
Significant work of varying genres by contemporary artists from all corners of the globe will be featured. The sale is an exciting opportunity for collectors to acquire top quality works from both established and new generation artists at appealing prices.
The Contemporary Art Evening auction comprises 32 lots with a pre-sale estimate of £10,250,000/$16,400,000 to £14,820,000/ $23,712,000. While the Contemporary Art Day auction comprises 269 lots with a pre-sale estimate of £4,289,000/$7,034,000 to £6,122,000 /$10,040,000.