signed/dated/dedicated (verso) to Diego Cortez, acrylic on cardboard filebox, 10 × 16-1/2 × 12 in (25.4 × 41.9 × 30.5 cm)
Betty Parsons Gallery NYC, lithograph on woven paper, first edition single sheet, double-sided illustrated poster announcing the exhibition of Jackson Pollock paintings at the Betty Parsons Gallery, New York November 26 to January 15, 1951. with original mailing folds as issued, 17 × 23 in.
Provenance: Estate of Morris Golde, NY
(5) "Gradient Faces", books, 2016, gradient, acrylic/black marker on book jackets. Each piece UNIQUE.
offset printed in green on white stock, original wood/glass frame from the period, Basquiat created a special drawing for the poster to publicize the "Food for the Soup Kitchens" benefit exhibition held in 1983 at Fashion Moda in the Bronx and the Store for Art and Architecture in downtown NYC. The bottom portion of the poster lists the participating artists including Basquiat, Daze, Keith Haring, Carolee Schneeman, Kiki Smith, David Wojnarowicz, and Taylor Mead, and also prints the schedule for various exhibitions and performances at the two venues.
Condition: Near MINT, Rare in this condition (see pics).
Signature: Not signed
Publisher: Privately published, 1983
V I N C E fine arts/ephemera
miami, florida usa
tel. 305 205 5820
acrylic on paper, 2009, stamped signature (verso), 20 1/2 × 20 1/2 in (52 × 52 cm)
Created to celebrate the opening of Damien Hirst's Requiem at the Pinchuk Art Centre Ukraine, April 25-26th 2009, with DH blind stamp/signature stamp & filing stamps from Ukraine on the verso.
Please note that this work and others from the aforementioned occasion were created with public collaboration.
Note: These psychedelic compositions that harken back to his youth in the 1960s, as “childish…in the positive sense of the word.” By the mid 1990s, spin paintings formed an integral part of his work and a spin machine in his Berlin studio allowed him to further play with the process. Since then, his spinning works have become as iconic as his meticulous “spot” paintings.
TWO PIECE SET:
These pieces are from the same owner who attended the Haring Exhibition at Tony Shafrazi Gallery NYC in 1987.. The Catalogue (1982) is signed (1987) by Keith Haring, and the Invitation (1987) signed by both Keith Haring & Andy Warhol (verso) who attended the 1987 show.
1.) "Keith Haring", 1982/1987, Exhibition Catalogue, First Edition, Tony Shafrazi Gallery, Signed / Dated (1987) with Doodle on self-portrait frontispiece, Profusion of reproductions and photographic plates. 8vo, original spiral-bound neon pink pictorial wrappers, Designed by Dan Friedman, printed at the Fleetwood Press. New York.
Condition: Near MINT- few minor surface imperfections. (see pics)
Provenance: Swann Auction Galleries, NY
2.) "Keith Haring 87", 1987, Exhibition Invitation, Tony Shafrazi Gallery NYC, Signed by Keith Haring & Andy Warhol (verso). Andy attended the same show at Tony Shafrazi Gallery NYC (1987), 8-3/4 × 5-3/4 in. (22.2 × 14.6 cm).
Condition: MINT- (see pics)
Provenance: Swann Auction Galleries, NY
Notes: Exhibition Catalogue for Haring''s landmark show. The exhibition launched Haring''s career and he was soon traveling worldwide and participating in international shows. Shafrazi said of Haring: "The originality was obvious and the vocabulary was almost like a dictionary of images …. it wasn''t art that was going to sit on the wall, it was art in movement"--John Gruen, Keith Haring: The Authorized Biography, New York, 1991.
made in Germany (mechanism Swiss made), plastic/rubber, original mailing box from Deitch Projects NYC-Timothy Hunt Warhol Foundation, oversize version of the original Swatch wrist watch, unknown edition size, unsigned as issued, battery AA not included, 82-1/2 × 12-1/2 in. (209.6 × 31.8 cm).
Condition: Near MINT, missing back plate to battery case (see pics).
Provenance: Deitch Projects NYC- Timothy Hunt Warhol Foundation,
signed and numbered (label affixed to the sleeve), edition of 100, hand-folded digital print with archival UV curable inks, published by Printed Matter, with original cardboard sleeve,
84 x 69 in.
Condition: MINT- never displayed.
hand painted (as issued) silkscreen on paper, not signed, 22.5 x 28.5 in.
Condition: Excellent- mounted on foamcore (see pics).
Provenance: Private Collection, NY
Image by Dickson; poster design by Dickson and Ahearn.The Times Square Show, hailed by the Village Voice as "The First Radical Art Show of the '80s," included some one hundred artists and sprawled across four floors and the basement of a disused massage parlor on the corner of 41st Street and 7th Avenue in New York City. In addition to experimental painting and sculpture, the exhibition incorporated music, fashion, and an ambitious program of performance and video. For many artists, such as Kiki Smith, Jenny Holzer and Tom Otterness, the exhibition served as a forum for the exchange of ideas, a testing-ground for work in progress, and a catalyst for exploring new artistic directions.
With contributions from over 40 artists of the more than 100 originally participating, Times Square Show Revisited reflects the spirit of the original with a mix of extant sculpture, painting, and video—most of which has not been on public view since 1980. The show features rarely-seen photography, archival material, and ephemera documenting the crucial role of performance, fashion, and music at the Times Square Show.
A partial list of artists represented in Times Square Show includes Charlie Ahearn / John Ahearn /Jules Allen / Beth B / Scott B / Jean-Michel Basquiat / Marc Blane / Caterina Borelli / Andrea Callard / Eva / Jane Dickson / Coleen Fitzgibbon / Bobby G / Matthew Geller / Mike Glier / Ilona Granet / Mimi Gross / Keith Haring / Julie Harrison / Jenny Holzer / Becky Howland / Francene Keery / Justen Ladda / Aline Mare / Alan Moore / Tom Otterness / Cara Perlman / Judy Rifka / Walter Robinson / Christy Rupp / Kenny Scharf / Terise Slotkin / Jane Sherry / Jack Smith / Kiki Smith / Wolfgang Staehle / Kathleen Thomas / Diane Torr / Rigoberto Torres / Robin Winters.
November First To Fifteenth, Julien Levy Gallery NYC, 15 East 57 New York.
It was her premiere exhibition in the US and introduced Kahlo to the influential NYC art collectors of the era.
Totally authentic. Many of the most seasoned and scholarly art historians have never held or seen this or known what this Catalog looks like until now.
Featured the incredible talent of Frida Kahlo. This opening was one of great fanfare. Edward G Robinson, the noted film actor, purchased 4 of her works on opening night. I believe her paintings were priced at $200 each.
Condition : Excellent- mild foxing.
Provenance: Private Collection, NY
"Andy Warhol/ Das Graphische Werk 1962-1980" Exhibition Catalogue, Signed Twice (front cover & inside) Inscribed (inside) "Happy Halloween, 10-31-85” with Pumpkin Drawing (see pics).
Catalogue arranged through the collaboration of Andy Warhol and Hermann Wunsche, foreword by Wunsche. Two essays by Carl Vogel and Hans Gerd Tuchel. Text presented in both German and English. 173 reproductions of Warhol graphics published in editions, 140 pages, 8-1/4 x 9-1/4 in.
NOTE: The catalogue front/verso uses Warhol’s signatures (in print) as part of the design with one signature being in his hand, vertical at front cover (see pics).
Condition: Excellent- water damage to verso cove, and some pages toward verso (see pics).
Provenance: Private Collection, Germany
1.) "SURREALIST INTRUSION", 1932, Exhibition catalogue Nov 28-1960 to Jan 14-1961, last official International Surrealist Exhibition, organized by Andre Breton with the collaboration of Marcel Duchamp, who also assisted in the design of the installation and the catalogue. Among the most desirable of all surrealist exhibition catalogues.
Works by: Jean-Marie Albagnac, Hans Arp, Enrico Baj, Hans Bellmer, Jean Benoit, Guido Biasi, Victor Brauner, Agustin Cardenas, Leonora Carrington, Giorgio de Chirico, Corneille, Joseph Cornell, Salvador Dali, Adrien Dax, Pierre Demarne, Gianni Dova, Yves Ellouet, Max Ernst, Oyvind Fahlstrom, Wilhelm Freddie, Alberto Giacometti, Arshile Gorky, Karl Otto Goetz, Roland Giguere, Eugenio Granell, Philippe Hauchecorne, Jacques Herold, Jacques Lacomblez, Yves Laloy, Wifredo Lam, Juan Langlois, Robert Lagarde, Rene Magritte, Man Ray, Marechal, Arturo Martini, Andre Masson, Roberto Matta, E.L.T. Mesens, Joan Miro, Richard Oelze, Meret Oppenheim, Wolfgang Paalen, Mimi Parent, Francis Picabia, Pablo Picasso, Carl-Fredrik Reutersward, Friedrich Schroder-Sonnenstern, Jindrich Styrsky, Max Walter Svanberg, Yves Tanguy, Toyen (Marie Cerminova), Clovis Trouille, Roger Van Hecke.
2.) "A SERIES OF THREE EXHIBITIONS OF IMPORTANT PAINTINGS", 1941, Surreal Group Exhibition Brochure.
Works by: Dali, Ernst, Miro, Picasso, Tanguy, Roy, Chirico: A Series of Three Exhibitions of Important Modern Paintings, Guthrie Courvoisier's Gallery, San Francisco, 1941 September 3-15.
3.) “yves TANGUY Ten Gouches and One Drawing- max ERNST Twenty Four Original Collages”, 1960, Exhibition Art Catalog Bodley Gallery NYC.
4.) max ERNST, 1932, Exhibition Announcement, Julien Levy Gallery NYC.
"Jackson Pollock", Exhibition invitation Betty Parsons Gallery NYC, Silkscreen on thin card stock, 3-3/4 × 9 in (9.5 × 22.9 cm)
Announcing the exhibition of Jackson Pollock's paintings at the Betty Parsons Gallery, (rear) Personal accounts of exhibitions of this period. New York City from Jan 24- Feb 12,1949.
Note: This was Pollock's second show at the Betty Parsons Gallery consisting of twenty-six works painted in 1948, including (by their current titles) Number 1A; Number 5; The Wooden Horse: Number 10A; Number 13A: Arabesque; White Cockatoo: Number 24A; and Number 26A: Black and White. Works on paper include Number 4: Gray and Red; Number 12A: Yellow, Gray, Black; Number 14; Number 15: Red, Gray, White, Yellow; Number 20; Number 22A; and Number 23.
Signed/Dated on paper label affixed with scotch tape, UNIQUE, 5" inches tall, These homemade hot sauces (by Rauschenberg) were Christmas gifts for close friends.
Provenance: Private Collection of Jean Stein
"Rauschenberg, Johns, Warhol, Stella, the bunch of them. So it was a ...... spicy things. He would get the hottest kind of peppers and make these little killer hot sauces that." Robert Rauschenberg Foundation- file, Jul 23, 2015.
"Rauschenberg was not motivated by money, Hall says; he would open drawers in his beach house and find cheques for several thousand dollars. His Christmas gifts were mangoes or homemade hot sauce. “He had all these wonderful recipes that were never written down. It was just like him creating a piece of art: ‘Let me put a little of this in it and taste it. Uh, let’s try and correct it.’” The Guardian, Nov. 19th 2016
w/ RP drawn Emoji Features, painted & drawn by RP, ball unsigned a 11" x 8.5"in. image of the item autographed by Rob Pruitt printed on epson archival paper included.
made by Creatology, measuring 10 inches in diameter when properly inflated to a pressure of 1.5 pounds per square inch. UNIQUE.
MINT, no box
Acquired directly from artist (charity auction).
Previous years selected charities have included the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, No More Deaths and Planned Parenthood!
"Now that all the beaches and parks are open for the summer, score this gradient wonderball to amp up your fun in the sun. Rob drew a face on the ball with black sharpie so it can be your very own Wilson.
Put a wig on it! Kick it! Lodge it in a tree. Warm days are full of endless possibilities" RP
Signature: Ball unsigned, a 11" x 8.5"in. image of the item autographed by Rob Pruitt printed on epson archival paper included.
"PARADE-2", Painting, 1995, Gouache on Wood, 48 × 48 × 3 in
(121.9 × 121.9 × 7.6 cm)
Brooke Shields by Richard Avedon and Keith Haring, Poster, 1985, UNIQUE Test Version, Double Image, Signed / Dated / Inscribed Twice- John Sex at upper left & lower right corners by KH (replicating double image), offset print in colors on smooth wove paper, published by Andrew Grenshaw Ltd. New York,
25-1/2 x 36 in. (64.8 x 91.4 cm).
Near MINT- slight crease at right bottom corner(see pics).
John Sex, NY (performance artist)
Heritage Auctions, NY
Private Collection, Miami
John Sex (John McLaughlin), attended the School of Visual Arts in New York City, where he knew Keith Haring and Jean-Michel Basquiat. He often used the print studio there to create punk-style posters for downtown bands, and later for himself. He exhibited some of his word-based art at the "Beyond Words" show at the Mudd Club – alongside artists such as Haring, Kenny Scharf, and Futura 2000 and performers Iggy Pop, Fab Five Freddy and Alan Vega – and at the "New York / New Wave" exhibition at P.S. 1, both in 1981.
***original version of this poster is available***
1 of 2-covers signed, ink on paper, 16 × 11 in.
NOTE: This piece is two catalogue covers which are still part of the original catalog. We have suggested removing covers for framing (frame not included).
2-9/10 in diameter; 7.4 cm diameter.
Provenance- acquired directly from the artist's studio by the present owner. Paddle8, NY
oil on metal metal shelf with stretchers, titled/signed/dated with marker (verso), unframed, 18 × 36 in (45.7 × 91.4 cm) Provenance: Michael Klein Gallery, NY BLISS Fine Arts, NY (loan American Express, NY
SET of SIX, Edition of 100, Signed & Numbered at Base by Artist (incised), Benefit Auction ACRIA NY.
Condition: MINT as issued with original numbered boxes.
Provenance: Benefit Auction ACRIA NY
High School Sketch Book Page, Ink on paper, not signed,, 12 × 16 in (30.5 × 40.6 cm)
Letter of Authenticity (copy), from the estate of Jean-Michel Basquiat accompanies this piece. Letter from the Basquiat Estate (original) re-instating the above certificate.
Silkscreen on Canvas, with Original Invitation , 1988, Signature: Signed in plate.as issued, 8 × 8 in (20.3 × 20.3 cm)
Dr. Winkie Wedding Invitation, 1988, Haring created for the union of Estefania Kong and Lawrence “Dr. Winkie” Lin, silkscreen on canvas, with rough-cut edges as issued, 8" x 8" in.
(verso)- "Mr. and Mrs. Fu Yum Kong request the honor of your presence at the marriage of their daughter Estefania to Lawrence “Dr. Winkie” Lin son of Robert Y. Lin and Mrs. Betty Y. Lin on Sunday, the Twenty First of February Nineteen Hundred and Eighty Eight at Half Past Four O’Clock Club DV8 540 Howard Street San Francisco, California."
Provenance: Private Collection, Japan.
Dedicated to Allen Ginsberg (allen at right w/beard/glasses), 4-colored pencil on paper, Art Random, first edition, colored pencil on paper, UNIQUE,
12 1/4 × 9 1/8 in. (31.1 × 23.2 cm)
"Francis Bacon Peintures Recentes", 2-signed exhibition pieces, 1984, Gallerie Maeght Paris.
Provenance: Ex. Jacob Baal-Teshuva Collection (art critic).
2- Piece Set :
1.) SIGNED gallery exhibition invitation for "Francis Bacon / Peintures Recentes...18 Janvier - Fevrier 1984" at Gallerie Maeght Lelong, Paris, France. Features a printed cover illustration of Bacon's painting "Etude de Corps Humain (1983)". Boldly signed on cover at bottom "Francis Bacon," in black ballpoint pen,
7.75 " H x 5.75 " W; (frame not included)
2.) 4to printed gallery catalogue for "Francis Bacon / Peintures Recentes," Galerie Maeght Lelong, Paris, France, 36 pages. Boldly inscribed and signed on title page at top "For Jacob / Francis Bacon",
12.50 " H x 8.75 " W;
tagged, collaboration , mixed media on canvas, 24 × 36 in (61 × 91.4 cm)
Drawing Ink on Paper, Warhol Estate, Blue Ink on Paper, Not Signed, 14 × 11 in (35.6 × 32 cm).
Stamped by the Estate of Andy Warhol, and numbered '219.003' (on verso). Certificate from the Warhol Foundation, and a document stating the inclusion in the new Warhol Catalogue Raisonne
Signed / addressed to his dear friend Timothy Leary (Tim) and family Barba-ra, Zach (letters "RA" is a continuation of the name Barba-ra), with letter from the Estate of Timothy Leary. A historical/cultural significant piece of the Haring and Leary's friendship a important piece of late 20th century Americana.
Excellent- slight wear on covers, smeared "R" when signed in person and thus fresh.
Timothy Leary Estate, NY
Hemphill Collection, NY
"Jean-Michel Basquiat- December 1982", first catalogue ever published on Basquiat's work his sixth one man show, Galerie Delta Rotterdam, First edition, Square octavo. Exhibition catalogue published for the exhibition at Galerie Delta, Rotterdam December 1982. The catalogue features five color plates, a photo of Basquiat, and a biographical text in Dutch by Hans Sonnenberg.
"Paintings 1981-1984", Exhibition Catalogue, 1984, Fruitmarket Gallery Scotland, published by the fruitmarket gallery in edinburgh scotland, artist’s first museum exhibition: jean-michel basquiat: paintings, 1981-1984. The exhibition, which was organized by mark francis, traveled from to the institute of contemporary art in london (1985) and the boymans-van beuningen museum in rotterdam (1985). The front and back covers have original designs by the artist with two quotations inscribed on the back. Edinburgh, Scotland .
Dossier No. 2357 (complete),, exhibition catalogue Gallerie IIeana Sonnabend Paris, offset lithograph (catalogue) with silkscreen (print, not signed as issued) of John Joseph H. The folder (dossier) with printed checklist & criminal rap sheet. Museum Quality.
It is said Andy Warhol himself stapled and prepared a very limited number of these.
He handed them out to people as they headed into the Gallery to see his famous Thirteen Most Wanted Men exhibition in 1967.
These rare prints are authenticated by "two small pin holes at the top left of the print which were originally left there by a staple where it had been attached to other relevant material that made up the catalogue (or dossier)"
Excellent- folder shows slight ambering due to age (over 50 years) which is normal.
No rips or tears. Inside content (sheets of paper and print) in great condition. Original staple has left a slight mark (see photo) but is considered good as proof of authenticity. Slight crease across middle as folder/catalogue/dossier was folded and kept in an old art book over time.
Signature: Not Signed
Publisher: Gallerie IIeana Sonnabend, Paris
offset lithographs. produced for the show in Tony Shafrazi Gallery NYC [Dec 1983 - Jan 1984]
Condition: Excellent, slight age toning, pencil marks on verso's.
1970’s, 3 x 5 in. with PSA/DNA Certification Card #AD65993, previous owners notes on verso in pencil.
American art collector, bohemian and socialite. Born to the wealthy New York City Guggenheim family, she was the daughter of Benjamin Guggenheim, who went down with the Titanic in 1912, and the niece of Solomon R. Guggenheim, who would establish the Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation. Peggy Guggenheim created a noted art collection in Europe and America primarily between 1938 and 1946. She exhibited this collection as she built it and in 1949, settled in Venice, where she lived and exhibited her collection for the rest of her life.
"Keith Haring", Tony Shafrazi Gallery NYC, edition of 2000.
9 × 9-1/2 in (22.9 × 24.1 cm)
'PORK', 1971, original poster for the single London performance run of Andy Warhol's only play August 2-28th 1971 at The Round House London, silver finish thin poster stock paper with treated finish on recto, matte finish on verso, published by: The Roundhouse Theatre London, 1971, 12.5 x 20 inches (32 x 51 cm).
Near MINT- slight edge wear lower right (see pic).
'PORK', 1971, original program, The Round House London.
Excellent- no tears, slight toning.
'PORK', 1971, original event ticket stub, The Round House London.
"Pork" opened at LaMama Theatre in New York City on May 5, 1971 and ran for two weeks before transferring to the Roundhouse Theatre. Produced by Ira Gale and directed by Anthony Ingrassia, the cast included Jayne County as Vulva, Tony Zanetta as B. Marlowe and Cherry Vanilla as Amanda Pork. "Pork" was based on tape-recorded telephone conversations between Andy Warhol and Brigid Berlin about her family's private life, and proved to be a defining counter-cultural event, which would have a significant influence on the evolution of the glam, glitter and punk movements. The London production in particular was instrumental in the transformation of David Bowie's visual style and stage presentation.
"Pork" assistant director Lee Black Childers explained, grew out of "boxes and boxes and hours and hours of cassette tapes," comprising every single telephone conversation that Warhol and Brigid Berlin had in the previous three years, and painstakingly transcribed by Warhol's long-suffering assistant Pat Hackett. "Basically, it was nothing more than a lot of pointless conversation. It was a comment on a society where nobody listens to anybody else. None of the conversations were linked, everybody just talked." Anthony Ingrassia, the show's four-hundred-pound director, painted an even more disorganized impression. Warhol's initial vision for "Pork" comprised no fewer than twenty-nine separate acts that would have lasted around two hundred hours. Ingrassia edited this down into a fast-paced two-act play that shifted its attention from a barely disguised Factory to a fairly recognizable Max's Kansas City and on to Berlin's hotel room. The lead character, Amanda Pork, was Berlin herself in all but name. Other prominent characters included Billy Noname, a businesslike gentleman named Pall, a vicious blonde superstar called Vulva, two nude men with pastel-covered genitals named the Pepsodent Twins, and, practically immobile at the heart of the action, a pale, deadpan, laconic slice of living ennui named B. Marlowe.
Signature: Not signed
Publisher: The Round House, London
Ink on paper,signed and dated "Paul Jenkins 54" (lower left), Matted and Framed., © Estate of Paul Jenkins, 20.5" x 13.75"in. (53.3 × 35.6 cm)
"Collaboratons- Basquiat Clemente Warhol", Bischofberger exhibition catalogue, signed by Basquiat & Warhol in a unique composition, unpaginated (approximately 30 pages), with color illustrations throughout, published by Edition Gallery Bischofberger Zurich exhibition Sept.15th- Oct.13th 1984. 11-11/16 x 8-1/4 in. (29.7 x 21.0 cm).
Provenance: Ex. Tim Hunt Collection NY,. The collection was purchased from his wife Tama Janowitz.
Hunt Fine Arts gallery on the Upper East Side of Manhattan. Specialized in modern and contemporary art, with an emphasis on the works of Andy Warhol and other Pop masters, traditional arts from Africa, the Pacific, Asia and the Americas, and Mediterranean antiquities.
The gallery was owned and run by Tim Hunt, formerly of Christie's, London and The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, New York for 20 years.
Tama Janowitz is an American novelist and a short story writer. She is often referenced as one of the main "brat pack" authors, along with Bret Easton Ellis, and Jay McInerney.
silver painted, signed / numbered edition, edition of 100, 10 × 8-1/2 in (25.4 × 21.6 cm).
Playboy Space Program Official Document,
hand painted over a vintage mens magazine,
Aluminum painted Playboy (1977),
Classified report. For mature audiences only.
Hand-painted and stenciled. Comes in mylar
envelope sealed with kapton tape.
Tony Shafrazi Gallery NYC, lithograph on bond paper.
45 × 29-1/2 in (114.3 × 74.9 cm)
- (3) admission paper numbered tickets, 1970-80's.
- #20 coat check plastic card, 1970-80's.
The place to be if you lived downtown in the late 70's, early 80's. I was a semi-regular there and how I came by these tickets is still unclear to me. They had a strict door policy and I knew plenty of the right people, which guaranteed I'd get in, so why these were even necessary, I don't know. In order to secure the space for the Mudd Club Steve Mass described it as a cabaret. Mass claimed to have started the nightclub on a budget of only $15,000. Sexy, edgy, queer and everything else. Keith Haring curated a rotating gallery on the fourth floor. Lots of great music and an awesome dj Anita Sarko. As it became more well known and part of the regular routine of night clubs, a door policy was established and it acquired an elitist reputation. This is probably when they started issuing these tickets. A piece of New York City history. Talking Heads, Debbie Harry, Ross Bleckner, John Sex, Anna Sui, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Lydia Lunch, John Lurie, Nona Hendryx, Klaus Nomi, The Contortions, Lou Reed, Johnny Dynell, Andy Warhol, The Ramones, David Bowie, Bush Tetras, Three Teens Kill Four
Publisher: Mudd Club, NYC
wood, 32 × 9-1/2 in; (81.3 × 24.1 cm).
Provenance: Celebrity Vault Gallery, Beverly Hills
exhibition catalogs, Mary Boone /Michael Werner Gallery,
10-9/10 × 9-1/5 in (27.8 × 23.3 cm)
"Home Sweet Home" Screen print on porcelain plate, 1996, Edition number 324/1500, Diameter 8¼"in., 210mm. Published by Swid Powell for Gagosian Gallery New York.
Condition: Mint, with original box (inscribed)
"Pharmacy Restaurant Ashtray", (London), 1998, Screen print on glass, unknown edition, Diameter 4-¼"in.
Condition: Mint (no box)
"Pharmacy Restaurant Ashtray", (London), 1998, Screen print on porcelain , unknown edition, Diameter
Condition: Mint (no box)
signed with text by Beuys, Exhibition Catalogue, "DAS WARHOL-BEUYS-EREIGNIS", acrylic on paper, 11 × 8 in (27.9 × 20.3 cm)
set of 3 UNIQUE painted book editions, paint, marker, 10 1/2 × 8 7/10 in. (26.7 × 22.1 cm)
Club-DV8 San Francisco, signed in plate, silkscreen on heavy stock paper.
11 × 9 in (27.9 × 22.9 cm)
Vintage Black/White Photographers Studio Portrait with artists alteration speech bubble (acrylic).
Rob found this photo in his new house up in the attic, and wanted to dazzle them a bit to celebrate pride, and the men of the sea.
With a 11" x 8.5" image of the item, autographed by Rob Pruitt. Each print is printed on epson archival paper. Perfect for framing.
Condition: Good- vintage black and white photo with paint marker on top. Signed on photo by Josef Schiff.
Provenance: Acquired directly from artist.
spraypaint on NBA, signed, unique, 10"in. dia(24.2 cm)
Provenance: Charity Auction for the Boys & Girls Clubs of Santa Monica
"Poets of the Cities New York and San Francisco 1950-1965", Signed by Robert Rauschenberg, John Cage, Merce Cunningham.
Signed exhibition catalogue depicting the pioneering effort to draw together related currents in various arts of the 1950's and early '60s. It belonged to my mother who was herself an artist and attended the exhibit and had the first page of the inside front cover signed by 4 artists including Robert (Bob) Rauschenberg, John Cage (composer), Merce Cunningham (dancer) and one unknown artist signature. Also signed by Neil A. Chassman, the Chairman of the Department of Art History at Southern Methodist University. The catalogue is in beautiful condition and only has mild scuffing on the spine and covers. It contains 175 pages. Also included are 3 Dallas Morning News articles regarding the 1974 exhibit and the program for the John Cage and Merce Cunningham dances and reading.
Signature: Signed by 4 artists.
Publisher: Southern Methodist University
Custom Altered Owl Painting, Rob found this owl canvas print and he added the speech bubble saying- 'Who are you?'.
Digital print on canvas with added paint marker on top, 17-3/5 x 17-3/5 x 3/4" in.
A 11 x 8.5 in. image of the item, autographed by Rob Pruitt. Each print is printed on epson archival paper.
Provenance: acquired directly from artist (original shipping packaging included).
3- pieces folded folio, 1071, silkscreen, signed with inscription (Best wishes for the year 1971 Sonia Delaunay) , exhibition poster & invitation, 10 × 7-3/4 in (25.4 × 19.7 cm)
MINT with original Envelope, MUSEUM QUALITY, 80% Cellulose (wood pulp/paper) 20% cotton, treated to be flame resistant, 32 in (81.3 cm).
paper back- "Buckminister Fuller- Ideas and Integrities", wire, screws, unique, 10-1/2 × 5-1/2 × 1 in (26.7 × 14 × 2.5 cm)
Business Card / Match Book of Sherman Billingsley (manager, owner), Ink on card stock, 4"x 1-1/2”in. Early signature type. Possible Warhol's smallest drawing?
Sherman Billingsley was an American nightclub owner and former bootlegger who was the founder/owner of New York's Stork Club.
"The Philosophy of Andy Warhol", signed twice, dedicated, dated, 8.50" x 6"in.
NOTE: This piece (page) is still part of the original book. We have suggested removing page for framing (frame not included).
set of ten announcement cards, Leo Castelli Graphics NY, lithograph on card stock paper, signatures in print, published to advertise the portfolio of ten large silkscreen prints by Andy Warhol of Mick Jagger.
Condition: Mint original envelope (see pics).
Velvet Underground & Nico, 1967, Original UNPEELED with RARE Torso/Black Banner Sticker, USA MONO copy.
Released on Verve Records V-5008 in 1967. The banana has been peeled off the front cover. The back cover has the Torso but the Torso has been obscured by the black VU sticker pasted over it because of a lawsuit by Mr. Emerson about the use of his photo. The stickered copies are particularly rare. Please see the details below about the cover, vinyl, labels and everything else you might want to know.
Condition (cover): MUSEUM QUALITY
STRONG Excellent (EX) better gatefold cover. TOP Keeper copy would be impossible to upgrade. The banana has been peeled, but the front cover is otherwise bright white; I've never seen another so clean. The back cover has some minor age spotting, and there is a promo or deletion drill hole in the front left lower cover. The spine and seams are tight and show no wear. The gatefold cover creaks if you try and open it too far (see pics).
STRONG VG. Plays VG+ or better, with many EX moments,
small scuffs and paper marks, but nice enough MONO copy. LP cleaned on KL Audio Ultrasonic Record Cleaning Machine with a new rice paper sleeve equivalent.
Near Mint (NM) labels. Please see photos of all labels (see pics).
Original Verve factory records paper inner sleeve listing other artists etc. (see pics).
Signature: Not signed
Zurich: Edition Bischofberger, signed/numbered, editions of 1000, first edition, square quarto. 1000 numbered copies, color illustrations, including gatefold..
Exquisite examples of Basquiat's DRAWINGS & PAINTINGS issued in conjunction with exhibitions at Gallery Bruno Bischofberger Zurich, 1985,
Condition: Near MINT- slight age toning.
signed twice, dedicated, with $, marker on paper.
NOTE: This piece (page) is still part of the original book. We have suggested removing page for framing (frame not included).
POP SHOP NYC, plastic, new with original box, signed in plate, 5 x 5in.
6-Knoll bent wood prototype polaroid's, Gehry Studio California, not signed, unpublished.
signed, MoMA postcard, black marker on card stock, 6 × 4 in (15.2 × 10.2 cm)
signed edition 45/200, metal/paper, exhibit Invitation, Contemporary Art Center of Málaga Spain, 11 × 7 1/4 in (27.9 × 18.4 cm).
Condition: MINT as issued.
Epson UltraChrome inkjet on linen paper, signed edition of 100, Hand-folded digital print with archival UV curable inks. Executed in 2015, published by Printed Matter, Inc., New York, and is contained in its original cardboard sleeve. Mint condition (as issued).
Signed and numbered 'Wade Guyton' (on a label affixed to the sleeve), 84 × 69 in (213.4 × 175.3 cm).
gold filled, and enameled, Cartier, Paris, 3 × 1 in (7.6 × 2.5 cm).