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Calábria Collection – Online Only

29 January – 14 February 2021

Timed Auction

Calábria goes online – Following the successful sale of selected works from the Calábria Collection as part of our recent Autumn Auctions, we are ready for round two: another 55 artworks from the collection of the former Brazilian ambassador in East Berlin, Mário Calábria, will be auctioned online from 29 January through 14 February. The objects will be on offer online during that time and the highest bidder wins in the end.

The range of the offer stretches from the tapestries of Woty Werner to the informal art of Max Uhlig and Gerda Lepke to the concrete art of Rudolf Kämmer, Ludwig Wilding and Karel Novosad. International artists such as Almir Mavignier, Arcangelo Ianelli and Elisa da Silva Martins are also represented once more. 

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Highlights from the auction

Rudolf Kämmer

Weiße Kugelstruktur. 1962. Relief image on masonite. Approx. 51 × 51 cm. Estimate EUR 2,500–3,000

Karel Novosad

Untitled. 1974. Acrylic on canvas. 100 × 100 cm. Estimate EUR 4,000–6,000

Max Uhlig

Untitled. 1977/78. Oil on canvas. 130 × 97 cm. Estimate EUR 4,000–6,000

Woty Werner

Untitled (Mother with Two Children). 1946. Tapestry made of silk, wool and cotton. 94 × 56 cm. Estimate EUR 2,500–3,000

Theodor Werner

Untitled. 1944. Pastel and pencil on fine cardboard. 39.8 × 49.7 cm. Estimate EUR 2,500–3,000

Ludwig Wilding

Untitled. 1973. Object with illusory movement: object case with 2 silkscreens on paper and plexiglass. 50.7 × 50.7 × 4.8 cm. Estimate EUR 1,000–1,500