Hindman steps into tomorrow to merge the best visual arts and design


Notable artists represented at the July auction include Brooklyn-based artist KAWS, who has become known for his work in art and popular culture that has attracted many markets. KAWS’ URGE wallet, consisting of color serigraphs on Saunders Waterford paper (lot 20; estimate: $40,000-60,000), will be on offer. the URGE is currently showcased in a dedicated room at the Brooklyn Museum of Art in its KAWS: WHAT A PARTY exposure. Other notable works include Amy Sillman’s Price (lot 9; estimate: $15,000-25,000); The vibrant and whimsical life of Mauro Perucchetti sex in the city shoe rack (lot 95A; estimate: $30,000-50,000); by Fritz Koenig Schaukel (lot 25; estimate: $20,000-40,000); and that of Dennis Hopper old painting (lot 114; estimate: 5,000-7,000).

The art selection will also include works sold to benefit the Indianapolis Museum of Art Acquisition Fund at Newfields. Among this offer are works by Salvador Dalí, Corneille (Cornelis van Beverloo), Pablo Serrano, David Hare, Roger Bissiere, Rinaldo Paluzzi, Étienne Hajdu, Tony Rosenthal, Luciano Minguzzi and Etienne Beothy.


Notable modern design elements include Dale Chihuly’s five-piece purple Persian set with red and green lips from 1988 (lot 228; estimate: $6,000-8,000). Dale Chihuly’s exuberant and skillfully crafted glass sculptures can be found in renowned institutions. Collectible works such as this set from the artist’s iconic “Persian” series are the perfect, standout addition to any home. by Roberto Monsani Luminous wall unit from the 1970s (lot 52; estimate: $2,000-4,000) embraces the modernity and originality of the era. Its ability to simultaneously display, conceal and conceal, as well as illuminate, exemplifies Monsani’s innovation. The minimalist LI-DA dining table by famed architect Jean Nouvel (lot 202; estimate: $1,000-2,000), best known for his designs for the National Museum of Qatar and the Louvre Abu Dhabi, is another notable work.


Bidding for the July 29 auction begins at 10 a.m. CT. Bidders will be able to participate online through Digital Bid Room, Hindman’s recently launched online and mobile bidding platform, as well as other online platforms. Private viewings of the auction will be available at Hindman’s Chicago office by appointment. About Hindman Hindman is one of the nation’s leading fine art auction houses, connecting cities nationwide to the global art market and offering expertise across all categories, sales channels and price levels. Hindman operates more auction houses in the United States than any other auction house and hosts more than 100 auctions a year in categories including fine art, jewelry and timepieces, modern design, books and manuscripts, sewing, furniture and decorative arts, Asian art, Western art. , and more. Hindman was formed through the acquisition of two leading auction houses, Leslie Hindman Auctioneers (founded in 1982) and Cowan’s Auctions (founded in 1995). Based in Chicago, Hindman has 150 employees, with additional offices in Atlanta, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Denver, Detroit, Milwaukee, Naples, Palm Beach, San Diego, Scottsdale, St. Louis and Washington DC.