Raymond Pettibon's Illustrated Works to Fetch Up to $800,000 USD at LA Auction

From the catalogue for the seminal exhibition, “Helter Skelter: L.A. Art in the 1990s.”

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Next month, Los Angeles Modern Auctions (LAMA) will auction off 23 drawings by acclaimed American artist and illustrator Raymond Pettibon. These works were included in the catalog for the L.A. Museum of Contemporary Art’s influential 1992 exhibition “Helter Skelter: L.A. Art in the 1990s.” Pettibon’s work is expected to fetch up to $800,000 USD at auction.

“Helter Skelter” displayed the work of 16 artists and sought to reveal the disruptive undercurrents of society by depicting works that referenced sex, violence and alienation. Created with ink, watercolor and acrylic on paper, Pettibon’s illustrations combine image and text, making use of historical content and consumer culture to provide critiques of contemporary society. Other auction highlights include the work of Keith Haring, Ed Ruscha, Hannah Wilke and more.

The auction will take place on February 16 during Frieze LA. From February 7 to 15, the public is welcome to see all available lots during LAMA’s auction preview. For more information on the featured lot, head over to Los Angeles Modern Auction’s website.

Elsewhere in art, Felipe Pantone will launch his largest exhibition to date at RGR Gallery in Mexico City.

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LAMA is thrilled to announce that our February 16 auction will feature an era-defining group of works by Raymond Pettibon. These works on paper were originally shown as part of Pettibon’s installation for the @moca exhibition “Helter Skelter: L.A. Art of the 1990s,“ Paul Schimmel’s first show as the museum’s chief curator. Of the 24 works reproduced in the exhibition catalog, 23 will be on offer here. Other auction highlights include art and design from Larry Bell, Clare Falkenstein, Keith Haring, Sam Gilliam, Omar Lama, Sam Maloof, Ed Ruscha, Betye Saar, and Hannah Wilke. ⠀ -⠀ The public is warmly invited to see all available lots during our auction preview, open daily February 7 through February 15, 10am to 6pm PST. The auction will begin promptly at 12pm on February 16. ⠀ -⠀ #raymondpettibon #helterskelter #ayarnspuntonomend #onceuponatimeinhollywood #paulschimmel #moca #losangeles #losangelesmodernauctions #larrybell #clarefalkenstein #keithharing #samgilliam #omarlama #sammaloof #edruscha #betyesaar #hannahwilke

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