Art Market: Our top picks of inspiring art to buy now

Challenge your perspective and elevate your surroundings with this selection of refined masterpieces. Whether you’re starting from scratch or adding to your cache, these inspiring pieces are sure to be a welcome addition to your walls.

Accord I by Ray Haydon, 2023. $13,900. American white oak, stainless steel base, 2300 x 250 x 250mm. From Sanderson Contemporary

Purple Twist by Simon Lewis Wards, 2023. $8,900. Cast Glass, 230 x 440 x 320mm. From Gallery thirty Three

Pou Sto by Seung Yul Oh, 2022. $17,500. Multi jet fusion printed resin with gold chrome, 60cm tall.
From Starkwhite

Vivace study by Freeman White, 2023. $4,950. Oil on linen, framed, 355 x 450mm.
From Sanderson Contemporary

DIAPIR VIII by Chauncey Flay & Lætitia Jacquetton, 2023. $6,500. Greywacke Stone & Hot Blown Glass 530 x 310 x 290mm. From Föenander Galleries

Te Au series I – VIII by Simon Kaan, 2023. $3,950.
Ink on cotton paper, intaglio woodblock, framed 
800 x 600mm. From Sanderson Contemporary

Iris 7 by Nagy Molnár, 2023. $47,500. Metal body, white metal frame, glass, mirror, changing LED lights (RGBW), controls, transformers, 125 x 125 x 15cm. From Lightworx Gallery

Spur Road West by Karl Maughan, 2023. $26,500.
Oil on canvas, 1000 x 1000mm.From Gow Langsford Gallery 

#75CCA2 – 2 – S/B by Zara Dolan , 2023. $5,100.
Monotype print on wet strength cartridge paper, framed, 1500x 1060mm. From Sanderson Contemporary

Ichneutica Omoplaca by Liam Gerrard, 2023. $9,900. Charcoal and pastel on paper 1405 x 865mm. From Sanderson Contemporary

Waxing Gibbous to Waxing Crescent, November 2022, VI, by Kate van der Drift, 2023. $5,850. Chromogenic Photograph, edition 2 of 5 + 2AP, framed, 1423 x 1100mm. From Sanderson Contemporary
Levi IV by Kate Yesberg, 2023. $6,500. Framed acrylic on canvas, 1200 x 1200mm. From Suite Gallery 


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