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  • Gerhard Richter's Green-Blue-Red to see $392,500 in Parkett auction?
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Gerhard Richter's Green-Blue-Red to see $392,500 in Parkett auction?

Gerhard Richter's Green-Blue-Red looks set to lead Christie's Parkett: First Fifty Editions 1984-1997 auction, which will be held on September 26 in London.

Gerhard Richter Parkett
With Richter the world's most valuable living artist (Domplatz - $37.1m), this is a fantastic opportunity to own his work at a more reasonable price

The auction showcases works published in the first 50 editions of Parkett, a Swiss journal of contemporary art that remains highly influential. The artworks all come from one private collection. Many of the editions featured have now sold out, offering a unique opportunity for collectors.

Richter's Green-Blue-Red, an oil on canvas completed in 1993, will sell with a £150,000-250,000 estimate ($235,350-392,250). Signed and dated in black felt-tip pen, the work is numbered 789-90 in an edition of 115 unique works.

Andreas Gursky Centre Georges Pompidou
Gursky's depiction of the famed French building is typical of his work and will undoubtedly sell well given past auction performances



Also featuring is a C-print of Andreas Gursky's Centre Georges Pompidou, a 1995 photograph numbered 12/60, which will sell with a £8,000-12,000 ($12,552-18,828) estimate.

Gursky, who holds the record for the most valuable photograph at auction at $4.3m, proved popular at Sotheby's Contemporary Art evening sale in June, when his Chicago stock exchange photograph made £2.2m ($3.3m) and a 169% increase on estimate.

The second highest bids of the sale are expected from a set of four aquatints by James Turrell, named Squat, Juke, Carn and Alta. Published in Parkett 25 on Zerkall wove paper, each is bound in a separate copy of the magazine and numbered 29/40.

We are currently offering an original signed artwork by Damien Hirst for sale - a drawing of his famous "The Physical Impossibility of Death in the Mind of Someone Living" shark.

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