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Robert Berman's auction is coming up Nov. 7th!
It's a great opportunity to add rare, secondary market pieces to your ART collection at accessible prices.
Silkscreen, Edition of 30, Paper size 38 x 38 inches. Signed by Keith Haring & Andy Warhol in pencil on recto; Numbered in pencil on recto; Printer chop mark on recto. Printed by Rupert Jasen Smith; Published by George Mulder Fine Art. Estimate of $200,000-$300,000
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Lot 135
Henry Taylor (Born 1958)
Untitled, 2015, Oil on board
Portrait is of Martin Friedman, former director of Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, MN.
Signed in ink on verso
Provenance: Santa Monica Museum of Art Fundraiser
Image: 10.5 x 7.25 inches; Framed: 14.5 x 12.5 inches
Estimate: $35,000/$45,000
Lot 26
Ed Ruscha (Born 1937)
Made in California, 1971
Lithograph From the numbered edition of 100
Initialed, dated and numbered in pencil on recto, Published by Grunewald Graphic Arts Foundation, University of Ca, Los Angeles; Printed by Cirrus Editions, Los Angeles Sheet: 20 x 28 inches; Framed: 31.25 x 38.75 inches
Estimate: $60,000/$90,000
Lot 156
Steve Roden
(Born 1964)
When Time Equals Space (4’33”), 2011
Oil on Linen
Provenance: Susanne Vielmetter Gallery, Los Angeles
60 x 60 inches
Estimate: $10,000/$12,000
I just previewed some gems in this auction this week!

Lot 124
After Andy Warhol
The Souper Dress, c. 1966-1967, Silkscreen on paper, Dress: 35 x 27.5 inches; Framed: inches, Estimate: $3,400/$3,800

Lot 79
Raymond Pettibon
(Born 1957)
Untitled (Use the Moon), c. 1989
From the numbered edition of 60
Signed and numbered in pencil on recto
Sheet: 30 x 22 inches; Framed: 34 x 26 inches
Estimate: $2,500/$3,500
Lot 21
Ed Ruscha (Born 1937)
Hollywood in the Rain, from Hollywood Collects, 1970
Offset lithograph in colors, on wove paper, From the numbered edition of 220, Signed and numbered in pencil on recto
Published by Otis Art Institute, Los Angeles, with margins, framed.
Image: 8 x 32.5 inches; Sheet: 22. x 35 inches; Framed:  28.125 x 39.25 inches Estimate: $7,000/$9,000
Lot 186
Raymond Pettibon
(Born 1957)
Untitled (I Thought California), 1992, Silkscreen poster
From the exhibition at the Laguna Art Museum
Signed in plate and signed in pencil on recto
Image: 30.5 x 18.25 inches; Sheet: 36 x 24 inches; Framed: 41.25 x 29.25 inches
Estimate: $2,000/$3,000
Lot 184
Raymond Pettibon
(Born 1957)
Untitled (I See The), 2019
Set of 6 Skateboard Decks; Made of 7 ply Grade A Canadian Maple wood; wall mount included From the numbered edition of 50
Hand-signed on deck by Artist, Produced and numbered by the Skateroom in 2020; Courtesy the Artist and David Zwirner
Each deck measures approx. 31 x 8 inches
Estimate: $6,000/$8,000
Lot 185
Raymond Pettibon
(Born 1957)
Untitled (Later He Could) Beach Towel, 2009
100% Cotton, From an edition of unknown size Hand-signed by Artist in ink on recto; around 30-40 were signed as a fundraiser for the Santa Monica Museum of Art circa 2010
From: “Works on Whatever, NYC: 2008 Artist Towel Series”, 70 x 60 inches
Estimate: $800/$1,200
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LISA M. BERMAN is an ART Advocate, Wearable Art expert, curator and consultant with expertise in the fields of jewelry, fashion, design, sculpture and public art. Her professional acumen extends to major markets, museums and corporations in the United States, Canada, Mexico, Asia and Europe. She has co-hosted cultural exchange exhibitions for twelve countries and conducted museum placement into int'l museums. Berman collaborates with Architects to enhance communities through public art experiences. Lisa has served on the Board of Governors for OTIS College of Art and Design, Public Relations Chair for the Fashion Council at Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Museum Collections Board at Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising and the Advisory Board of Pulitzer Prize Photographer Renee C. Byer’s non-profit, Positive Change Can Happen. Known as the Visionary Proprietor, Lisa is a writer, parent, and supports projects intersecting art, children, STEAM and produces documentary films. Photograph by ARTPRIZE 2017 WINNER Daniel Oropeza
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