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This weekend’s MUST SEE- “20th Century Highlights” at Christie’s Beverly Hills

 

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Culture Lovers, do NOT miss a Cultural Cocktail that blends a dash of David Hockney, a fizz of Frank Stella, and blend of Basquiat. Shaken, Not Stirred.

A thrilling artistic experience featuring the works of artists including: Jean-Michel Basquiat, Jonas Wood, David Hockney, Ed Ruscha, Frank Stella, Roy Lichtenstein and Andy Warhol to Balthus, Man Ray, Georgia O’Keefe and Fernand Leger.

You will have a chance to view highlights from the Post- War and Contemporary, Impressionist and Modern and American Art sales, ahead of major New York auctions in May.

Together, the exhibition encompasses over $120 million worth of art and represent various collections, including those of S.I. Newhouse and Drue Heinz.

Christie’s welcomes all to the exhibition free of admission.

CCH selected this as a MUST SEE experience, because when else do you have the chance to view (in one space) so many seminal works that have been in private collections before they head back to (likely) private collections? It is a rare opportunity to view museum quality work spanning artistic movements all in the same room!

Sat, April 13: 10am – 4pm | Sun, April 14: Closed Mon, April 15: 10am – 6pm | Tues, April 16: 10am – 6pmOn View until Tuesday April 16

Lichtenstein

Christie’s Los Angeles 336 N. Camden Drive Beverly Hills, CA 90210

And, my fellow art detectives, tune in next week for a full report on “The Art of Deception: Art Fakes & Forgeries” by Art Law expert  Joshua Kaufman, an intriguing discussion which was held at Christie’s

Left: Robert B and Beatrice C. Mayer Family Collection

Roy Lichtenstein (1923-1997)

Kiss III

64X 48 in. (162.6 X121.9 cm)

Painted in 1962

 

Above: Post-War and Contemporary Art Evening Sale | 15 May 2019

The Robert B. and Beatrice C. Mayer Family Collection

Andy Warhol, Liz (Early Colored Liz)

synthetic polymer and silkscreen inks on canvas, 1963 

Posted by on April 13th, 2019

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