Monday, August 18, 2014


A new short film recently posted on TransWorld SKATEboarding, directed by Gary Gardner and sponsored and sanctioned by Christie’s. Pro skateboarder Christopher “Cmart” Martin shreds his way through the halls and out onto the auction floor, grinding past priceless works of art by some of this century’s greatest artists, including Andy Warhol, Richard Prince , Ed Ruscha, Jeff Koons, Jean-Michel Basquiat, and more.
The film serves as an announcement of sorts, showing pieces of art that will be in an upcoming auction titled “If I Live I’ll See You Tuesday,” which is estimated to sell for a total of nearly $70 million.                                  via                  

#IfILiveAuction contemporary art sale. May 12, Christie's New York. 

Artworks in order of appearance :
Untitled (Cowboy) © Richard Prince
Little Electric Chair © Andy Warhol
May1, 1987 © On Kawara
Boo Fuck'n Hoo © Dan Cole
Inferno © Ed Ruscha
Untitled © Rudolf Stingel
Reunion © John Currin
Untitled (Fire, Red/Black U) © Wade Guyton
Blonde © Joe Bradley
Untitled #1 (Second Version) © Glenn Ligon
Untitled #122 © Cindy Sherman
Untitled (Girlfriend) © Richard Prince
Road House © Peter Doig
Aqualung © Jeff Koons
Percussion and Cartridge Revolvers © Cady Noland
If I Die © Richard Prince
Made in Japan I © Jean Michel Basquiat
Nurse of Greenmeadow © Richard Prince
Untitled (In and Out of the Darkness Face 43.01) © Mark Grotjahn
Untitled © Martin Kippenberger
Untitled (Cowboy) © Richard Prince

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