Whether you're looking to add a more distinct piece to your collection or are just running low on wall space, the artworks in this selection will do the trick.
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Think Outside the Canvas
1 Jul 2021
A collection of three dimensional art.
- Porcelain with chromatic coating sculpture
- Signed and numbered by the artist
- 25 x 21 x 39 cm
- Edition of 999
POA | £10,000 – £20,000
Jeff Koons – Balloon Monkey
In the May 2019 Christie's 'Postwar and Contemporary' Sale in New York, Jeff Koons reclaimed the title of most expensive living artist when his most famous artwork, the balloon animal 'Rabbit' sold for more than $91 million.
Split Rocker Vase
- Glazed porcelain vase
- 36 x 40 x 33 cm
- Edition of 3,500
- COA included
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Split-Rocker was unveiled for first time as a monumental, flower-speckled topiary at Avignon, France’s Palais des Papes in 2000.
Detail of Jeff Koons' Split Rocker Vase, glazed porcelain vase, 2013.
"The images on the cigarette packages reminded me of classical paintings and I thought it would be fitting to title the range as ‘Art History: Health Warning’. The easel translates an everyday mundane item into a piece of art, but also elevates an object that is treated with disgust, fear and disdain into something perceived to be a valuable item."
Along the Way set by KAWS, painted vinyl cast resin figures, 2019.
Objects such as figurines are fun to accumulate, with a nostalgic whiff of the collections you compiled as a kid, and can often increase in value.
Did You Know?
KAWS’s iconic Companion Figures, which played a key role in catapulting him to superstardom, were sold for as little as $100 when first produced in the late 1990s – now they can raise well over ten times more.
Along the Way (Set of three)
- Painted vinyl cast resin
- Each stamped on the underside of foot
- 23cm x 27cm
- In original box
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In 2015 KAWS installed the supersized, 18-foot-tall wooden version of Along the Way in the lobby of the Brooklyn Museum, which the institution also acquired for its permanent collection. Other monumental versions have also been exhibited at the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam, Yorkshire Sculpture Park in England, the Yuz Museum in Shanghai, and the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth in Texas. Modelled after these large-scale sculptures, KAWS released 10-inch vinyl toys of Along the Way in 2019 in three different colours.
- Painted resin
- 28 x 24 cm
- Edition of 750
POA | £1,000 – £5,000
Takashi Murakami – Mr. Dob
Mr. Dob is Murakami’s alter ego and first signature character, appearing in his works as early as 1993. By merging inspiration from iconic characters from Eastern and Western pop culture, Murakami has successfully created a Japanese icon.
"Lauren Baker Engages people in a unique and atmospheric way. She’s an artist we’ll definitely be watching out for".
Carey Robinson, Tate Modern & Tate Britain project Manager
INTROVERSION IMMERSION installation at Hang-Up Gallery, 2019.