Christie's 100 │ Online Only: Christie's presents its most accessible auction to date
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Christie's 100 │ Online Only: Christie's presents its most accessible auction to date
Ryan McGinley, Untitled (Morrissey 15), chromogenic print flush-mounted on paperboard, 2006. Estimate: $2,000-3,000. Starting bid: $800.

NEW YORK, NY.- On January 28, Christie’s will launch its most accessible sale yet. Christie’s 100 is an online-only sale encompassing nearly 100 lots, many with starting bids of $100. Assembled by the New York Post-War and Contemporary Art department, the sale includes works by both emerging and established artists assembled to appeal to a wide range of collectors. Leading the sale are collectible works by Yayoi Kusama, KAWS and Robert Indiana, offered alongside eye-catching photographs by Ryan McGinley and Vera Lutter, as well as charming works on paper by Yves Tinguely, Barnaby Furnas and Richard Pettibone. Bidding will be open from January 28 - February 5.

Noah Davis, Specialist, Post-War and Contemporary Art, remarked: “It’s been a goal to introduce a venue like Christie’s 100 ever since I started putting together online sales, and after the encouraging success we’ve had selling online over the last few years, it’s finally here. We settled on the ‘100’ model to keep the sale tightly curated and so that no starting bid would be beyond striking distance for the fullest spectrum of bidders. Establishing this new level of inclusivity means collecting contemporary art has never been easier.”


• Wade Guyton (b. 1972) X Poster (Untitled, 2007) Epson UltraChrome inkjet on linen Executed in 2018. $4,000-6,000 | Starting bid: $100

• Vera Lutter (b. 1960) Frankfurt Airport VII: April 24, 2001 gelatin silver print flush-mounted on aluminum, in three parts, Executed in 2001. This work is unique. $20,000-30,000 | Starting bid: $100

• Amy Cutler (b. 1974) Clementine casein and flashe on wood panel, in two parts Painted in 2000. $3,000-5,000 | Starting bid: $100

• Vik Muniz (b. 1961) Aparecida (from Pictures of Aftermath) chromogenic print Executed in 1998. This work is number six from an editon of ten plus five artist's proofs. $12,000 - 18,000 | Starting bid: $100

• Jonathan Monk (b.1969) A Painting By Richard Curasco oil and acrylic on canvas Painted in 2006-2007. $6,000-8,000 | Starting bid: $100

• Roxy Paine (b. 1966) Amanita Muscaria #5 thermoset polymer, oil, lacquer and wood in glass vitrine Executed in 2002. $6,000-8,000 | Starting bid: $100

• Jean Tinguely (1925-1991) Vive la fête des idiots acrylic, gouache, ink, and graphite on paper Executed in 1989. $2,000-3,000 | Starting bid: $100

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