Contemporary Art

Specialists

Sarah Miltenberger

Lena Winter

Anne Ganteführer-Trier

Jesco von Puttkamer

Michael Neff

Elena Sánchez y Lorbach

Main Focus

In our Contemporary Art department, we focus on German artists from the generation that worked from the 1960s through the 1990s, such as Albert Oehlen, Martin Kippenberger, Günther Förg or Peter Roehr. In general, however, numerous artistic movements from the 1960s up until the present day are represented in our contemporary art auctions: Zero, Minimalism, Conceptual Art, Pop-Art, and even Bad Painting and Postmodern Realism. The works on offer include outstanding paintings and drawings as well as sculptures and installations by a large number of renowned German and international artists, such as Gerhard Richter, Isa Genzken, Andy Warhol, or Robert Indiana.
 

 

Post auction sale

Works not sold at auction may be purchased at the reserve price for a period of two months – until end of July 2019 – during the post auction sale. These works are displayed in the catalogue view with the selection post auction sale. By selecting all lots, you'll be able to display all results.

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Auction and Consignments

Our next auction takes place in Autumn 2019. We provide valuations for your art – confidentially, non-binding, and free of charge. Please send us a reproduction of the artwork by either post or email, including details such as the medium, date, and size (unframed). You may also use the estimate request form. Please do not hesitate to contact us by telephone – we are always at your disposal.

From our auction “Contemporary Art“

31 May 2019 in Berlin

Catalogue online

Ulrich Erben. “Rot und Blau“. 1988. Acrylic on canvas. 200 x 171 cm. Sold for 75,000 EUR (incl. premium)

Tony Cragg. “Different Points Of View“. Bronze with black patina. 150 × 75 × 66 cm. Sold for 175,000 EUR (incl. premium)

Sigmar Polke. Untitled (Münster 1973). 1973. Gouache and gold paint on paper. 100 × 70 cm. Sold for 100,000 EUR (incl. premium)

Rainer Fetting. “Stürzender II“. 2006. Bronze with brown patina. Height: 99 cm. Sold for 31,250 EUR (incl. premium)

Thomas Scheibitz. “Le Matin“. 2012. Oil, vinyl, marker pen, and lacquer on canvas. 280 × 364 cm. Sold for 68,750 (incl. premium)

Bernd Koberling. Gelbe Wolke. 1965. Emulsion paint on cotton. 141 × 120 cm. Sold for 32,500 (incl. premium)