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Phillips Asia announces 24/7 Online Auction
Takashi Murakami x Virgil Abloh, Flower Belt, 2018. Sublimation printing, Off-White Belt, and Off-White zip ties on canvas mounted on aluminium frame, 57.7 x 49.1 x 5 cm. Estimate: HK$350,000-450,000. Image courtesy of Phillips.



HONG KONG.- Phillips will present 24/7 from 21-28 July, an online-only auction featuring over 30 works by emerging artists alongside established names. Since its debut in 2019, Phillips’ annual 24/7 online auction assembled by its Asia team has had great success in demonstrating the resilience and fortitude of the middle market, with each year seeing an increasing number of new clients to the Phillips digital platforms. On the heels of Phillips’ 100% sold, ‘white glove’ 20th Century &Contemporary Art Spring sales held in Hong Kong last month, driven by Asia’s strong demand for contemporary art and unprecedented online participation, 24/7 is aiming to meet collectors’ ever-growing appetite for works by the most sought-after international contemporary artists in the market.

Highlighting the sale is Mr.’s Happy, an intricately painted sculpture illustrating the world-famous American singer and songwriter Pharrell Williams. Mr. transforms Pharrell into the subject of his sculpture, instantly recognisable as the singer by his signature fedora hat and bow tie. Additionally, the title of his work derives from the title of his hit song, Happy. As not only a figure who has shaped popular culture himself, but also a collector, Pharrell has long collected Mr.’s brightly-coloured oeuvre celebrating Japanese youth culture, establishing a relationship with the artist that dates back years. Other notable highlights include collaborative works of art by the pioneer of Superflat movement, Takashi Murakami and Off-White founder Virgil Abloh, as well as works by emerging talents such as Maria Farrar, Yukimasa Ida, Edgar Plans, Matias Sanchez, Todd James, Hopare, Chen Yingjie, and Okokume.

Bidding begins on 21 July 12 am HKT and will begin closing on 28 July at 6 pm HKT. The entire sale will be available to browse on Phillips.com and Phillips App.


PRESS RELEASE

Phillips Asia Presents 24/7 Online Auction

Highlights to Include Works by Takashi Murakami and Virgil Abloh, Mr., Javier Calleja, Joan Cornella, Yukimasa Ida and Maria Farrar

Open for Bidding 21-28 July 2021






HONG KONG – 13 July 2021 – Phillips is delighted to present 24/7 from 21-28 July, an online-only auction featuring over 30 works by emerging artists alongside established names. Since its debut in 2019, Phillips’ annual 24/7 online auction assembled by its Asia team has had great success in demonstrating the resilience and fortitude of the middle market, with each year seeing an increasing number of new clients to the Phillips digital platforms. On the heels of Phillips’ 100% sold, ‘white glove’ 20th Century &Contemporary Art Spring sales held in Hong Kong last month, driven by Asia’s strong demand for contemporary art and unprecedented online participation, 24/7 is aiming to meet collectors’ ever-growing appetite for works by the most sought-after international contemporary artists in the market.

Highlighting the sale is Mr.’s Happy, an intricately painted sculpture illustrating the world-famous American singer and songwriter Pharrell Williams. Mr. transforms Pharrell into the subject of his sculpture, instantly recognisable as the singer by his signature fedora hat and bow tie. Additionally, the title of his work derives from the title of his hit song, Happy. As not only a figure who has shaped popular culture himself, but also a collector, Pharrell has long collected Mr.’s brightly-coloured oeuvre celebrating Japanese youth culture, establishing a relationship with the artist that dates back years. Other notable highlights include collaborative works of art by the pioneer of Superflat movement, Takashi Murakami and Off-White founder Virgil Abloh, as well as works by emerging talents such as Maria Farrar, Yukimasa Ida, Edgar Plans, Matias Sanchez, Todd James, Hopare, Chen Yingjie, and Okokume.

Bidding begins on 21 July 12 am HKT and will begin closing on 28 July at 6 pm HKT. The entire sale will be available to browse on Phillips.com and Phillips App.

Highlights

•Mr.
Happy, 2016
FRP, urethane lacquer and acrylic sculpture; Conrian®, iron and wooden base, 34 x 17.8 x 17.8 cm.
Estimate: HK$320,000-500,000

• Takashi Murakami x Virgil Abloh
Flower Belt, 2018
sublimation printing, Off-White Belt, and Off-White zip ties on canvas mounted on aluminium frame, 57.7 x 49.1 x 5 cm.
Estimate: HK$350,000-450,000

• Maria Farrar
Brioche con gelato, 2018
oil on linen, 180 x 130 cm.
Estimate: HK$100,000-200,000

• Yukimasa Ida
End of Today 12/12/2018 - Self Portrait -, 2018
oil on canvas, 33.4 x 24.3 cm.
Estimate: HK$ 100,000-150,000

• Chen Yingjie
Gravity LXX, 2021
acrylic and mixed media on canvas, 110 x 90 cm.
Estimate: HK$ 75,000-110,000










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