The 17th Auction of Today's Art is coming soon

We invite you to familiarize yourself with the catalog of 17 Auctions of Today's Art, which we have just published on our website! The auction will take place on Tuesday, December 1, 2020 at 19:30. We have prepared for you a diverse selection of works by the most interesting artists of the middle generation.

>> Catalog of 17 Auctions of Today's Art

We will conduct the auction remotely, with live broadcast on ours Facebook. However, we encourage you to visit the pre-auction exhibition live. We are available for you unchanged - from Monday to Friday from 12: 00-19: 00 and Saturdays 11: 00-16: 00. We invite you to come to the exhibition individually, as well as to talk - we will be happy to advise you and answer your questions. For those of you who will not be able to visit us in person, we will soon publish a virtual walk around the exhibition.

How will it be possible to participate in the auction?

- Orders and limits can be placed already by our websiteby clicking the "Place an order" button under each item.

- We also accept orders by phone at 503 012 889 or by e-mail to the following address:

- We also recommend especially bidding on the platform Onebid, through which you will be able to bid online in real time.

The Auction of Today's Art takes place only four times a year - we strive to gather a valuable offer of works by respected authors representing primarily the middle generation, whose works will not only enrich your collections, but will also be an investment purchase.

It is worth paying special attention to the watercolor by Edward Dwurnik, the intriguing canvas of Antoni Kowalski, architectural compositions by Joanna Pałys and prof. Ewa Zawadzka, or the large-format work by Wojciech Pukocz. From the abstraction category, we recommend a small but energetic luminous work by Anna Trochim, an organic composition by Agata Czeremuszkin-Chrut, an expressive canvas by Jacek Mirczak, or a minimalist composition by Monika Kopczewska. For those of you who prefer figuration, we can recommend the nudes of Anna Drejas and Kazimierz Drejas, a female portrait of Iza Staręga, or a canvas by Andrzej Folfas. We also recommend a diverse selection of sculptures - Paweł Rubaszewski's work, which will greatly enrich the space of a home or office, a female statuette by Magdalena Karłowicz, a ceramic composition by Wiesław Fijałkowski, or a nude by Kornel Arciszewski.

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