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Andy Warhol @ Christie’s: Andy’s Randy Summer – Online-Only Sale Starts Today Through June 25

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In celebration of International LGBTQ Pride Month 







Christie’s is pleased to announce Andy Warhol @ Christie’s: Andy’s Randy Summer online-only sale to be offered June 16 – 25. Sourced directly from the collection of the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, the Junesale of Andy Warhol @ Christie’s will focus on artworks that offer insight into Warhol’s most exclusive and intimate world. This sale features over 100 photographs, prints and drawings in which the artist focused his unique gaze on the LGBTQ community.  Collectors around the world will have the opportunity to bid online to acquire these exceptional works, the majority of which have never been seen in public. With opening bids starting at $1,600, there is something for both the seasoned collector and new Warhol enthusiast alike. Please visit to learn more about the sale and register to bid.



Lot 55 | Andy Warhol (1928-1987),

Ladies and Gentlemen (E.M.), four unique polaroid prints, executed in 1975, starting bid: $7,500

 Lot 21 | Andy Warhol (1928-1987),

Miguel Bose (F. & S. IIIB.19), screenprint in colors on paper, executed in 1983, starting bid: $6,500

Lot 2 | Andy Warhol (1928-1987),

Reclining Young Male, ink on paper, drawn circa 1956, starting bid: $6,500



Throughout his career, Warhol depicted male nudes through photography or drawing, often using gay underground culture as his backdrop. His visual explorations of the complexity of sexuality and desire chronicle the momentous changes within the gay community in the late 20th century, when many young men were flocking to urban centers such as New York, San Francisco, and New Orleans from their suburban and rural hometowns. With the anonymity of the city came the opportunity for a subculture that was both self-sustaining and self-defining. Warhol himself moved from Pittsburgh to New York in the summer of 1949, and witnessed first-hand both the blossoming of the gay community in the 1970s and the beginnings of the AIDS epidemic that battered the community in the 1980s. 



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