Sale: 520 / Evening Sale, June 18. 2021 in Munich Lot 120003466

 
120003466
Julian Opie
IKA 4.2011, 2011.
Inkjet on canvas
Estimate:
€ 50,000 - 70,000

 
$ 58,500 - 81,900

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Lot description
IKA 4.2011. 2011.
Inkjet on canvas.
Signed on the folded canvas. Unique work. 192 x 119 cm (75.5 x 46.8 in).

• Wonderful large-size anti-portrait by the British master of de-individualization.
• Julian Opie was part of the legendary first show of "New British Art" at Tate Britain, London in 2000.
• Opie is represented by, among others, Lisson Gallery, London/New York and Opera Gallery, London.
• Works by Opie are part of, among others, the collections of the Museum of Modern Art, New York, the Victoria and Albert Museum, London, and the Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam
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PROVENANCE: Lisson Gallery, London/New York (with the label on the stretcher).
Private collection Rhineland (acquired from above).

"Looking at older art led to collecting it. Not just to contemplate but to learn from, I think learning from art is an essential part of making it. Reynolds said he`d give up everything to own a good Titian."
Julian Opie, quote from: Julian Opie, ex. cat. Lisson Gallery, London, October 15 - November 15, 2008, no p.

 


Buyer's premium, taxation and resale right apportionment for Julian Opie "IKA 4.2011"
This lot can be purchased subject to differential or regular taxation.

Differential taxation:
Hammer prices up to € 500,000: 32 % buyer's premium
Hammer prices above € 500,000: for the share up to € 500,000: 32%, for the share above € 500,000: 27% buyer's premium
The buyer's premium contains VAT, however, it is not shown.

Regular taxation:
Hammer prices up to € 500,000: 25 % buyer's premium plus statutory sales tax Hammer prices above € 500,000: for the share up to € 500,000: 25%, for the share above € 500.000: 20% buyer's premium, each plus statutory sales tax

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Resale right apportionment:
Objects made by artists who have not died at least 70 years ago are subject to a resale right apportionment of 2.4% including statutory sales tax.