Los Angeles Modern Auctions

Modern Art & Design Auction

Los Angeles Modern Auctions
16145 Hart Street Van Nuys, CA 91406 USA
Sunday, February 16, 2020
festival (destroy capitalism) by banksy

Banksy

Festival (Destroy Capitalism), 2006
Lot 1

Sold for 13,750 USD

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applause (la edition) by banksy

Banksy

Applause (LA Edition), 2006
Lot 2

Sold for 10,625 USD

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morons (la edition) by banksy

Banksy

Morons (LA Edition), 2006
Lot 3

Sold for 13,750 USD

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pot 9 by jonas wood

Jonas Wood

Pot 9, 2007
Lot 5

Sold for 37,500 USD

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mariposa by mary weatherford

Mary Weatherford

Mariposa, 1994
Lot 6

Sold for 11,875 USD

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night sky by vija celmins

Vija Celmins

Night Sky, 2005
Lot 7

Sold for 25,000 USD

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untitled by ken price

Ken Price

Untitled, 2006
Lot 8

Sold for 6,250 USD

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untitled by john altoon

John Altoon

Untitled, ca. 1964
Lot 10

Est. 7,000–10,000 USD

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untitled by hannah wilke

Hannah Wilke

Untitled, 1976
Lot 12

Sold for 8,750 USD

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meteoric rise by ivan morley

Ivan Morley

Meteoric Rise, 1997
Lot 13

Est. 4,000–6,000 USD

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o.t by martin eder

Martin Eder

o.T, 2010
Lot 14

Est. 3,000–5,000 USD

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23 works from "a yarn spun to no mend" by raymond pettibon

Raymond Pettibon

23 works from "A Yarn Spun to No Mend", 1990–1991
Lot 17

Est. 500,000–800,000 USD

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As ever, our February 16, 2020 auction features celebrated contemporary and Modern art and design, with highlights including works from Deborah Butterfield, Andy Warhol, Jasper Johns, Henry Moore, George Nakashima, and Frederick Hammersley.
In keeping with LAMA’s specialized focus on the Los Angeles-driven market, we are thrilled to offer an historical grouping of works by Raymond Pettibon. These 23 works-on-paper were featured in the era-defining Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles exhibition “Helter Skelter: L.A. Art in the 1990s” — the first MOCA show to be curated by Paul Schimmel.
Pettibon’s explosive cultural ascent speaks volumes to just how far Los Angeles has come as an art epicenter in its own right. LAMA is proud to continue its tradition of championing this endlessly inventive region with upcoming property from LA-based artists including Peter Alexander, Charles Arnoldi, Joe Goode, Helen Lundeberg, Billy Al Bengston, Hilda D. Levy, Jan de Swart, Sam Maloof, Ed Ruscha, and Betye Saar, among many others.