The tradition of raising a paddle in person may be supplanted by avatars and Bitmoji bidding.
Ed Ruscha’s Hurting the Word Radio #2, 1964, sold for $52.5 million.
We hope a matching hippo hot tub is in the works.
Making it the top lot at Christie’s sale of Impressionist and modern art on Monday.
The work from 1960, Barbara (ANT 113), is part of Klein’s fabled “Anthropometries” series.
The work is set to eclipse Ruscha’s current record of $30.4 million.
The crème de la crème of horology.
The 1976 oil painting “Banner for Willie J” will hit the block on November 13.
The Egyptian government says the statue was likely stolen from a temple within the country in the 1970s.