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Hindman’s September 28, 2021 Post War and Contemporary Art auction comprises a selection of paintings, works on paper, and sculpture from prominent collections. The auction is anchored with fantastic paintings by Martin Wong and Hans Hofmann, and includes highlight works by Harry Bertoia, Larry Poons, Lynn Chadwick and the Chicago Imagists. In addition, the sale includes some of the best examples ever to be offered at auction by Lenore Tawney, Yvonne Thomas, and Charmion Von Wiegand.
American photographer Dawoud Bey chronicles communities and histories that have been largely underrepresented or even unseen. Bey views photography not only as a form of personal expression but as an act of political responsibility. Dawoud Bey: An American Project, is on view at The Whitney through October 3. Included in the exhibition is the Harlem, U.S.A. series-- photographs of Harlem in 1975, when Bey was just twenty-two years of age. Lot 199 | Prints & Multiples sale | September 29.
Though he is best known for his role in Easy Rider (1969) and as a prolific actor, with roles in some of the most iconic films of the 20th century, including Rebel Without a Cause, Apocalypse Now, and Blue Velvet, Dennis Hopper was also an active visual artist. Influenced by a range of actors and artists, including James Dean, Marcel Duchamp, and Andy Warhol, he produced paintings, assemblages, and hundreds of photographs in concentrated periods throughout his career.
Included in this week's Stepping Into Tomorrow sale is an interesting work by American Abstract Expressionist, Lee Hall. Hall was a writer, teacher and painter and authored biographies on the De Koonings and Betty Parsons, the renowned gallerist who represented Hall. Take a moment to view her work and rediscover a marvelous artist who rubbed shoulders with many of the New York School giants. Lot 227 | Lee Hall (American, 1935-2017) | Dusk Jam, 1977