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Christie's announces two live auctions of post-war and contemporary art
Salman Toor, The Singers. Oil on canvas, 35 x 33 in. Estimate: $100,000-150,000. Christie's Images Ltd 2021.



NEW YORK, NY.- This March, Christie’s presents two live auctions dedicated to shining a spotlight onto the defining voices of Post-War and Contemporary art. The Post-War to Present sale opens the week on March 9 with stellar examples by Matthew Wong, Emily Mae Smith, Derrick Adams, Kenneth Noland, Elaine de Kooning and Ruth Asawa while the March 10 Contemporary Edition sale features nearly 200 striking prints and multiples from leading names such as Frank Stella, Jasper Johns and Alex Katz and important contemporary artists such as KAWS and Damien Hirst, with estimates starting at under $1,000.

In addition to the live auctions, Christie’s is hosting four complementary online-only sales of Post-War and Contemporary Art. Please click here for more information on the full offering. Preview exhibitions are available to view online, and may be visited at our Rockefeller Center galleries by appointment only.

POST-WAR TO PRESENT | 9 MARCH, 10:00AM EST

On March 9, Post-War to Present will present an exciting selection of work that ranges from the Post-War era to today’s most celebrated contemporary artists, highlighted by artists including Keith Haring, Elaine de Kooning, Alexander Calder, Ruth Asawa, Henry Taylor, Matthew Wong, Beatriz Milhazes, Salman Toor and Titus Kaphar. Also being offered is The group is underscored by Property from The Foundation Mireille and James Lvy, which features two dynamic examples by Alexander Calder, as well as Andy Warhol’s iconic depiction of Marilyn Monroe.

Post-War to Present’s thoughtful offering unites the artists of the mid-twentieth century with their contemporary counterparts in a seamless dialogue that aims to deliver quality works for burgeoning and seasoned collectors alike.

CONTEMPORARY EDITION | 10 MARCH, 10:00AM EST

Christie’s March Contemporary Edition sale features over 200 striking Prints and Multiples from leading names in the field such as Frank Stella, Jasper Johns and Alex Katz; and important contemporary artists such as KAWS and Damien Hirst. With estimates starting under $1,000, the sale features something for those just beginning their collecting journey and seasoned collectors alike. Highlights are available for viewing by appointment only at Christie’s New York










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