Kate Moss Artworks Smashed Christie’s Auction – Raised over £1.6 Million

Artworks celebrating Kate Moss raised over £1,6 million ($2,5 million) at legendary Christie’s auction in London. A collection of photographs and artwork of the British supermodel were gathered by Gert Elfering – who is a German photographer, gallery-owner and long term collector of photographic art. The explosive and challenging collection consists mainly of photographic images, since that is the field in which she has made her career. It features 58 pieces, including a glittering sculpture with exaggerated breasts and a photograph of her younger self aggressively punching the camera.

Kate Moss artworks sell for over $2.6 million at Christie’s

It Glittering glass-reinforced composite 2013 sculpture, ‘A model Model’, was the highlight of the event. Created by Allen Jones, this 185 cm tall figurine sold for £133,875 ($215,000). It is signed, dated and numbered ‘no. 1′ in ink on the inside. Only six such sculptures will be made. Jones’s oil painting, ‘Kate in red,’ was the second-highest grossing item and went for £121,875 ($196,000). The sale attracted a crowd of about 100. It was the first auction of a new season of contemporary art market events in the U.K. capital that culminates next month with the Frieze fair.

Kate Moss artworks sell for over $2.6 million at Christie’s


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Aleksandra Arsenovic graduated with a degree in economics and has a master degree in tourism. Since she worked as a travel agent, she has traveled around the world and developed an interest in luxurious hotels and exotic destinations. As a big fashion fan, Aleksandra loves expensive and luxury fashion items. As an editor of Extravaganzi she shares her knowledge about travels, fashion and accessories.


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