Raymond Pettibon artwork from Paul Schimmel’s first exhibition for the Museum of Contemporary Art, “Helter Skelter: L.A. Art in the 1990s” offered at LAMA.
LAMA has launched its first ever online-only auction. Including 53 lots of Modern Art & Design, the bidding is now open on the LAMA APP and ending October 20, 2019.
LAMA announces top lots in the October 20, 2019 Modern Art & Design Auction
Los Angeles Modern Auctions posted strong results with the auction on May 19, 2019 split almost evenly between fine art and design. Top lots included works by Keith Haring, De Wain Valentine, Yaacov Agam, Joe Goode, as well as impressive results designs by Hans Wegner and Poul Kjaerholm.
Los Angeles Modern Auctions (LAMA) held another record-breaking auction of fine art on February 17, 2019. Important works of art by artists surpassed expectations and set new records, including a painting by Kenneth Noland soaring to $550,000, a sculpture by Fred Eversley realizing $281,250, and Ed Ruscha print bringing $168,750. The auction was among the company’s best results to date with the lots selling 166% over the expected auction values with average lot prices hitting $22,670 per item.
LAMA sets new world auction records on September 30, 2018 Modern Art and Design auction. Along with several new world auction records for Mary Corse, Ed Ruscha, Carole Feuerman, and Andy Warhol, LAMA achieved the highest sale total in company history with $5.17 million in sales achieving 125% over the low estimate.
First time on the market: A diverse group of Modern and Contemporary treasures are offered at auction this Fall
Los Angeles Modern Auctions announced this week the list of highlights that will headline their fall auction held on September 30, 2018. Each of the top featured works will be fresh to the market and have been sourced from various local estates and important collections. The auction, LAMA’s largest of the 2018 year, will feature over 380 works with a pre-auction estimate of $3.5-$5.1 million.
Los Angeles Modern Auctions (LAMA) is pleased to announce the female artists offered in the auction on Sunday, June 10, 2018. The auction represents a snapshot of the current collecting trends of Modern and Contemporary fine art and design. Especially timely are several works by traditionally underrepresented female makers: Works by Vija Celmins, Ruth Asawa, Helen Pashgian, and Mary Corse are highlights of the auction and illustrate the impressive impact women have had on the art world over the last 60 years.