Christie’s Beverly Hills Flagship Features Exhibition Worth Around $500 Million

The Christie’s exhibition, which will be open to the public until April 28, showcases museum-quality masterpieces from Monet, Picasso, Bacon, Basquiat, Lichtenstein, Tamayo, Sherman, and Twombly, as well as jewels and watches. Fittingly, Andy Warhol’s Big Campbell’s Soup Can with Can Opener (Vegetable) (estimate upon request)—which was painted in 1962, the same year the artist’s first solo pop art show took place in a Los Angeles gallery—is displayed, along with Roy Lichtenstein’s Red and White Brushstroke (estimate $25 to $35 million). Local artist Mark Grotjahn’s Untitled (S III Released to France Face 43.14), a work estimated to sell for between $13 and $16 million, is also featured prominently. Click here to read more!

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