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Bid now in Christie's online auction of contemporary art from the Collection of Claude Berri

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A contemporary art sale featuring works by Jean Dubuffet, Sean Scully and Yan Pei Ming |
 
 
 
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ONLINE AUCTIONS
 
Collection Claude Berri Online, Part I
 
 
17–27 October 2016
 
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Christie’s is delighted to present an online sale of contemporary art from the collection of Claude Berri, one of France’s most beloved film directors. Featured artists include Jean Dubuffet, Sean Scully, Hans Op de Beeck and Tatiana Trouvé. The auction will be on view at Christie’s Paris from 14 to 27 October.
 
Auction highlights
 
 
 
 
Richard Prince (b. 1949)
Untitled (almost original), 2005
Estimate: US$25,000–35,000
 
 
Lawrence Weiner (b. 1940)
Untitled (Projet pour le périphérique), 1997
Estimate: US$15,000–20,000
 
 
Tatiana Trouvé (b. 1968)
Untitled, 2007
Estimate: US$22,000–30,000
 
 
Jim Shaw (b. 1952)
Untitled, 2007
Estimate: US$22,000–30,000
 
 
Yan Pei Ming (b. 1960)
Buddha's Warrior N.d.-2, 2002
Estimate: US$20,000–30,000
 
 
Paul McCarthy (b. 1945)
Untitled (Sue Amon), from the series 'Propo', 2002
Estimate: US$45,000–65,000
 
 
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Sale information
 
 
 
Online auction
17–27 October

Viewing
14–27 October
10am – 6pm daily
 
Christie’s Paris
9, avenue Matignon
75008 Paris

Contact
Ekaterina Klimochkina
pwconline@christies.com
+33 (0) 1 40 76 72 22
 
 
 
 
   
 
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Xavier Veilhan (b. 1963), Le Mobile, 2006, Estimate: US$45,000–65,000, © Veilhan / ADAGP, Paris, 2016
Jean Dubuffet (1901–1985), Paysage, 1974, Estimate: US$22,000–33,000, © ADAGP, Paris, 2016
Sean Scully (b. 1945), 9.1.98, 1998, Estimate: US$30,000–40,000, © Sean Scully
 

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