Christie’s First Open Auction Series To Run From Jul. 14 to 29

by | Jul 11, 2016 | Culture, Events

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With over 500 works, including paintings, sculpture, photography and more, Christie’s First Open Auction Series is the place to be from July 14th to July 29th for the opportunity to preview some fantastic work.

Encompassing a standout selection of works with a wide range of styles and price points, the Summer iteration of the Christie’s FIRST OPEN Auction Series will be offered for the first time as an Online Only Sale, which will be open for bidding from Jul. 14 to 29.

The “Post-War and Contemporary Collection” features paintings, sculpture, works on paper, photographs and installations, including notable lots by Alexander Calder, Sol Lewitt and John McCracken, among others. 

The “Editions Collection” comprises over 200 editions and multiples by artists including Andy Warhol, Ed Ruscha and David Hockney.  

All lots will be on view to the public at 20 Rockefeller Plaza throughout the duration of the online auction with extended evening hours Monday, Jul. 18 through Thursday, Jul. 21, in addition to Tuesday, Jul. 26, when the galleries will be open until 8:00 PM.

This event is completely open to the public and free of charge, so what reason can you think of not to go?

So as a quick recap:

Who: Christie’s First Open Auction Series Preview

What: Post-War & Contemporary, Editions and more

Where:Christie’s at 20 Rockefeller Plaza, New York, NY 10020

When: July 14-29, 2016 from 10:00 AM – 8:00 PM on most days (please visit christies.com/auctions/first-open for daily viewing hours)

And lastly, don’t forget: *Preview access at the 20 Rockefeller Plaza location is free and open to the public.  For details on how to bid, please visit christies.com/auctions/first-open.

Clear your calendar and head over to Christie’s!

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