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AO Auction Preview: Phillips de Pury & Company, London: Street Art Auction Starts September 6

September 4th, 2008


White Gloves, KAWS, 2001via Phillips

Phillips de Pury & Company is holding an auction of street art pieces on September 6th, as part of their Saturday@Phillips series. On sale will be a large collection of pieces ranging from paintings, photographs, jewelry, toys, and other various pieces from well-known artists like Kaws, Invader, Judith Supine, Beejoir, and Bast. The auction represents the growing popularity of the street art movement, the influence of which can be seen on fashion shows, advertising, and galleries and museums in the contemporary art world.

The Word on the Street, by Alex Smith [PhillipsArtExpert]
Urban Art Auction At Phillips de Pury September 6 [Highsnobiety]
The Word on the Street [Phillips]

Chanel Bottle Day, Bast (2008) via Phillips
Estimate: $8,600 – $11,500


Crux, Beejoir (2007) via Phillips
Estimate: $17,000 – $26,000

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