Two artworks by controversial British artist Damien Hirst are set to make an appearance at Christie's Post-War & Contemporary Art Evening Sale in London on June 25.
Soulful, a 2008 circular piece containing thousands of exotic butterflies, is valued at £650,000-850,000 ($1m-1.3m), while My Way, a fully stocked medicine cabinet produced in 1991, will sell for £700,000-900,000 ($1m-$1.4m)
Also featuring in the sale is Jean-Michel Basquiat's Untitled, a 1982 work that belongs to the same group as Dustheads, which set the world record for the artist at $48.8m in May.
Christie's May Post-War and Contemporary sale was history's highest grossing auction, with sales totalling more than $495m.
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