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Art and antiques go under the hammer

Credit: Bangkok Post


Artwork by Takashi Murakami. (Photo: Bangkok Art Auction)

A number of art masterpieces and luxury antiques will go under the hammer during "The Iconic Treasure 2023" at the True Icon Hall, 7th floor of Iconsiam, Charoen Nakhon Road, on Sunday at 3pm.

Said to be the most extravagant art auction of the year on a par with evening sales held by international major auction houses, the event will present a new interpretation of "treasure" as it offers 65 lots of masterworks by local and internation artists, worth over 70 million bath.

Under the stringent selection process, everyone can bid with peace of mind for a chance to become the winning bidder of the selected pieces. They include artworks by the country's old masters and young emerging artists, prints from the world's iconic artists, and high-demand items that go along with the skyrocketing art toy trends.

The artist line-up of Thawan Duchanee, Pratuang Emjaroen, Angkarn Kallayanapong, Suchao Sisganes, Andy Warhol, Takashi Murakami, Yayoi Kusama, Gongkan, Suntur, Mackcha, Crybaby Molly and Alex Face.

A piece by Prauang Emjaroen.

Also available for bidding will be suchy rare items as the Chakrabhand's Puppets; the inlay Buffet with Secrétaire and bronze clock from the Napoleon III period; and the Louis Vuitton monogram secretary desk trunk circa 1925.

Prior to the auction date, all lots will be exhibited for preview at the True Icon Hall, daily from 10.30am to 8.30pm starting tomorrow.

Visit or call 064-828-9394.

A painting by Thawan Duchanee.

Art toy by Mackcha.


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