March 2, 2020
Just in to the LAMA showroom is a very special “Grandpa Beaver” chair designed by the legendary architect Frank Gehry — the very same chair that was among the 132 lots featured in LAMA’s first-ever auction on October 10, 1992.
Read more about Gehry’s “Grandpa Beaver” chair.
February 13, 2020
Among the many artists who helped define the Light and Space movement, Peter Alexander interpreted his environment through sculpture, painting, drawing, and print. We are honored to present two emblematic works…
Read more about Peter Alexander in advance of our upcoming February 16, 2020 Modern Art & Design Auction…
February 11, 2020
Suites or groups of works have a special way of cheating the time/space constraints imposed by the limits of individual art objects. As a collector, suites offer a succinct way to capture an artist’s process or a particular moment in art history…
Read more about these suites of works in advance of the February 16, 2020 Modern Art & Design Auction…
February 10, 2020
Here at LAMA we are constantly looking for new ways to engage our ever-growing audience. This past October we were thrilled to introduce our first-ever Online Only Auction…
Read more about Online Only highlights in advance of the February 16, 2020 Modern Art & Design Auction.
February 7, 2020
Born in Chicago near the turn of the previous century, Edmund Teske first got his hands on a camera as a young boy. Initially studying music, one of Teske’s teachers granted him access to a darkroom and the budding artist developed his earliest prints.
Read more about Edmund Teske in advance of the February 16, 2020 Modern Art & Design Auction.
February 6, 2020
A California native and key figure in the Black Arts Movement, Betye Saar weaves layers of memory and resistance into her prints, collages, and assemblages.
Read more about Betye Saar in advance of the February 16, 2020 Modern Art & Design Auction.
February 5, 2020
Described by the work’s consigner, Daniel Durning, as demonstrating a “freer… more pure Keith,” Untitled (1982) is a unique copy of Keith Haring’s (1958–1990) first art zine.
Read more about Keith Karing in today’s Auction Spotlight for the February 16, 2020 Modern Art Auction.
February 4, 2020
Over the course of her twenty year-long career, Hilda D. Levy (1908–2001) cultivated a complex vernacular in which textured linear arrangements gave rise to a “spectacle” of “unrest.”
Read more about Hilda D. Levy in today’s Auction Spotlight for the February 16, 2020 Modern Art Auction.