Divided World by Ben Young

Art Market: The most in-demand and intoxicating artworks available now

Challenge your perspective and elevate your surroundings with this selection of refined masterpieces. Whether you go for a symphony of colour or pare it back with black, these new artworks are the most sought after from galleries around Auckland. From an evocative Bill Hammond triptych to Mickey Smith’s thought-provoking photographic work, each is unique.

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Still Life by Scott Gardiner

Still Life by Scott Gardiner

Still Life by Scott Gardiner

Still Life by Scott Gardiner

2021
$4,500
Synthetic polymer paint on canvas
1040 x 920mm
From Sanderson Contemporary

TwentyTwentyOne #1 by John Reynolds

TwentyTwentyOne #1 by John Reynolds

TwentyTwentyOne #1 by John Reynolds

TwentyTwentyOne #1 by John Reynolds

2021
$17,500
Acrylic and paint marker on canvas
2100 x 1530mm
From Starkwhite

June loved playing ping pong and table tennis in her bikini with her two step grandsons by Dale Frank

June loved playing ping pong and table tennis in her bikini with her two step grandsons by Dale Frank

June loved playing ping pong and table tennis in her bikini with her two step grandsons by Dale Frank

June loved playing ping pong and table tennis in her bikini with her two step grandsons by Dale Frank

2020
$65,000
Powdered pigment in resin, epoxyglass on perspex
1200 x 2000mm
From Gow Langsford Gallery

‘Pack of Five’ Triptych by Bill Hammond

‘Pack of Five’ Triptych by Bill Hammond

‘Pack of Five’ Triptych by Bill Hammond

‘Pack of Five’ Triptych by Bill Hammond

1999
$85,000
Acrylic on plywood
779 x 1777mm
From FHE Galleries

Cyclopedia by Mickey Smith

Cyclopedia by Mickey Smith

Cyclopedia by Mickey Smith

Cyclopedia by Mickey Smith

2022
$4,250
Archival pigment print on Hahnemühle Photo Rag
Edition 1 of 10
1168 x 762mm, framed
From Sanderson Contemporary

Pou Sto by Seung Yul Oh

Pou Sto by Seung Yul Oh

Pou Sto by Seung Yul Oh

Pou Sto by Seung Yul Oh

2022
$17,500
Epoxy paint on aluminium casting on mirrored plinth
Edition of 10
600mm
From Starkwhite

Hinge by Kāryn Taylor

Hinge by Kāryn Taylor

Hinge by Kāryn Taylor

Hinge by Kāryn Taylor

2018
$5,250
Cast acrylic
550 x 800 x 45mm
From Sanderson Contemporary

Divided World by Ben Young

Divided World by Ben Young

Divided World by Ben Young

Divided World by Ben Young

2022
$30,000
Float Glass and Concrete
700 x 400 x 120mm
From Black Door Gallery

Rhythmic Tensions by Julie Cromwell

Rhythmic Tensions by Julie Cromwell

Rhythmic Tensions by Julie Cromwell

Rhythmic Tensions by Julie Cromwell

2022
$3,750
Black stoneware clay, black crawl glaze
730 x 350mm
From Sanderson Contemporary

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