LONDON.- Phillips de Pury & Company
presents its inaugural London Under The Influence auction comprising 208 lots with a pre-sale low estimate of £1,244,300/$1,981,005 and a pre-sale high estimate of £1,833,200/$2,918,676. The sale will offer a diverse and exciting mix of contemporary works by leading and notable artists as well as young and emerging artists including some fresh to the market. Approximately 25% of the sale is offered with no reserve.
This auction is a testament to the diversity of quality contemporary art in todays market. The inaugural Under The Influence sale in London offers an exciting opportunity for tomorrows greats as well as pieces by todays leading international contemporaries. George O Dell, Head of Sale, Phillips de Pury & Company, London.
Highlights include: Marc Quinn, Bismarck Archipelago, 2010, estimated at £80,000 - £120,000; Glenn Brown, Robert H. Goddard theory and practice, 1988, estimated at £40,000 - £60,000. Phillips de Pury & Company is proud to present first time to auction Nina Beier, Potrait Mode, 2011, estimated at £15,000 - £20,000 and Nikolas Gambaroff, Untitled Painting 2011, estimated at £5,000- £7,000.
Other highlights include: Turner prize artist Fiona Banner, F111 Aardvark, 2007, estimated at £10,000 - £15,000; Guyton\Walker, Untitled, 2005, estimated at £10,000 - £15,000; Allan McCollum, The Shapes Project, Collection of One Hundred and Forty-four Monoprints, 2005-2006, estimated at £10,000 - £15,000; Raymond Pettibon, Untitled (In the mass and in the particle
), 2004, estimated at £8,000 - £10,000; Rashid Johnson, Shea Butter Block, 2010, estimated at £8,000 - £12,000; Rob Pruitt, Un Carton de Iceland Spring, 2002, estimated at £3,000 - £5,000; Eva Rothschild, Black Psycore, 1999, estimated at £3,000 £5,000.