TAKE PART IN THE GREATEST ART AUCTION OF ALL TIME!

Thirty-six masterpieces are up for auction. Are they bargains to be snapped up or over-hyped drains on your finances? You’ll never know unless you bid! In this board game for up to six players, you travel the world as an art collector scouring the auction houses, visiting art fairs, and making private deals in search of elusive artworks to complete your collection. The winner is the player with the most valuable collection and the most cash in hand at the end of the game.

‘Masterpieces’ available to bid on in Going, Going, Gone!
• Da Vinci’s Mona Leonarda
• Edvard Munch’s The Uncontrollable Giggle
• Andy Warhol’s Lady Gaga
• Frida Kahlo’s Self Portrait with Beehive
• René Magritte’s Ceci est un cigarette
• Claude Monet’s Haystacks
• Vincent Van Gogh’s Ear
• Basquiat’s My Homepage

A concave landscape stabilizes freely quivering chess pieces, creating a lively interaction between chessboard and pieces. A perfect living room showpiece that is a classic modern design that is a work of art in itself. Motion is added with the board’s concave landscape that supports the freely moving, weighted, playing pieces.

This prize-winning design Chess Set is made of beautifully polished maple and walnut wood and detailed with accents of chrome for a modern aesthetic. This set measures 16 x 16 x 3 inches.

The Wobble Chess Set makes a fantastic gift for anyone who loves playing chess or wants to display their set as a decorative accessory for their home

“Everything important that I have done can be put into a little suitcase,” Marcel Duchamp said in 1952: finally that suitcase is available to all.

This collectible art object is the first ever reinterpretation of the legendary book-object, “Boîte-en-valise” (Box in a Valise), which was assembled by Marcel Duchamp between 1935 and 1941. At once a work in and of itself, and a reproduction in the Duchampian spirit, this miniature museum contains 69 reproductions of Duchamp’s most celebrated creations, including the famous “Fountain,” Nude Descending a Staircase” and the “Large Glass.” The design team reproduced the bulk of the contents of Duchamp’s original box in paper form, designing everything to scale. Playful and accessible, the “Boîte” reflects Duchamp’s desire to display his works outside the museum and gallery system.

Boxed, 14.75 X 14.75 inches., 69 replicas and printed reproductions.

The 607 paintings and one sculpture documented in Volume 4 of The Andy Warhol Catalogue Raisonné were produced during a period of less than three years, from late 1974 through early 1977. In September 1974, Warhol changed studios, moving across Union Square from the sixth floor of 33 Union Square West to the third floor of 860 West Broadway. Volume 4 is identified with a new studio, where Warhol continued to work for a decade, until he moved into his last studio at 22 East 33 Street on December 3, 1984. Volume 4 may be seen as the first in a series of books associated with one studio that will document an enormously productive ten-year period in Warhol’s oeuvre from the mid seventies to the mid eighties.

Hardback, 9 7/8 x 11 3/8 inches, 608 pages, 640 illustrations

Stuart Davis (1892–1964) made a mark on the art world early in his career, helping establish American modernism as a force that could rival its European counterpart. Documenting the life’s work of this prolific and highly influential artist is a monumental achievement. In these three volumes, the editors have catalogued 1,749 artworks by the artist, including more than 600 works never previously illustrated, providing extensive documentation and information about each one. A detailed chronology of Davis’s life, as well as an enlightening discussion of the compositional relationship between certain works spanning his oeuvre, rounds out this monumental catalogue. Exquisitely designed and produced, Stuart Davis: A Catalogue Raisonné will be the definitive reference on the artist’s work for many years to come.

Ani Boyajian and Mark Rutkoski are the editors of the Stuart Davis catalogue raisonné project. William C. Agee is Professor of Art History at Hunter College, The City University of New York. Karen Wilkin has written numerous books on 20th-century art, including Color as Field.

3-volume set. 9 1/2 x 12 inches, (vol. 1) 60 b/w + 100 color illus. ; (vol. 2) 950 b/w + 400 color illus.; (vol 3) 210 b/w + 390 color illus.

Part of the Animalia series, Ocelot is a glass sculpture by Kathleen Mitchell.

San Diegan and Master Glass Blower Kathleen Mitchell savors the physical aspect of working and communing with molten glass, which she describes as challenging but earthy.

Kathleen Mitchell was born in Jacksonville, North Carolina in 1958. In 1967 her family settled in the multi-cultural city of San Diego, CA. A love of Mexican folk art complements her proud Celtic heritage in both theme and image throughout her work. In 1984 she learned to blow glass at Kent State. The frozen water pipes of a single winter in Ohio drove her back to Southern California. She currently produces her furnace work at her private studio at the Bread & Salt Center for the Arts in the Barrio Logan neighborhood of San Diego. Kathleen is an instructor of both glassblowing and lamp working at her private studio.

18″ high x 6″ length x 5″ wide. For more information on this piece please email us at store@sdmart.org. Thank you!

Part of the Animalia series, Impala is a glass sculpture by Kathleen Mitchell.

San Diegan and Master Glass Blower Kathleen Mitchell savors the physical aspect of working and communing with molten glass, which she describes as challenging but earthy.

Kathleen Mitchell was born in Jacksonville, North Carolina in 1958. In 1967 her family settled in the multi-cultural city of San Diego, CA. A love of Mexican folk art complements her proud Celtic heritage in both theme and image throughout her work. In 1984 she learned to blow glass at Kent State. The frozen water pipes of a single winter in Ohio drove her back to Southern California. She currently produces her furnace work at her private studio at the Bread & Salt Center for the Arts in the Barrio Logan neighborhood of San Diego. Kathleen is an instructor of both glassblowing and lamp working at her private studio.

19″ high x 13″ long x 9″ wide. For more information on this piece please email us at store@sdmart.org. Thank you!

Part of the Animalia series, Cows (sold individually) are glass sculptures by Kathleen Mitchell.

San Diegan and Master Glass Blower Kathleen Mitchell savors the physical aspect of working and communing with molten glass, which she describes as challenging but earthy.

Kathleen Mitchell was born in Jacksonville, North Carolina in 1958. In 1967 her family settled in the multi-cultural city of San Diego, CA. A love of Mexican folk art complements her proud Celtic heritage in both theme and image throughout her work. In 1984 she learned to blow glass at Kent State. The frozen water pipes of a single winter in Ohio drove her back to Southern California. She currently produces her furnace work at her private studio at the Bread & Salt Center for the Arts in the Barrio Logan neighborhood of San Diego. Kathleen is an instructor of both glassblowing and lamp working at her private studio.

For more information on these pieces please email us at store@sdmart.org. Thank you!

A portable, water-resistant Bluetooth speaker with five multicolor LED light modes to choose from to always set the perfect mood (without having to get up — Bluetooth remote included!)

Acrylic handle. Includes a micro USB charging cable with wall adapter.