YHBHS & LAMA Auction
10 Auction Catalogues up for grabs!

are the best. Period.

LAMA AUCTIONS is giving away 10 free catalogues ($35 retail value) to YHBHS readers. Want one? Simply email your name to davidjohnyhbhs@yahoo.com

At the end of the week, 10 YHBHS enthusiasts will be randomly selected, and the catalogues will be mailed to your home!

Curious to see the works in person? Peter Loughrey, founder of LAMA Auctions, will also personally give 5 YHBHS readers a curated tour (Feb 26, or 27th only). The first 5 emails with, "LAMA TOUR PLEASE!" will be signed up for a tour + catalog.

How cool is that?

Thanks LAMA Auctions, you rock!

Lot 21 Mathias Goeritz, Group of four geometric sculptures
Executed circa 1968 Signed "MG" , $4,000 - 5,000

Philippe Starck, Easy Light designed 1978 , $2500-3500

LAMA catalogues
are the best. Period.

"More than just a compilation of images, LAMA catalogues are invaluable resources for future art and design endeavors. In almost every auction catalog we have the privilege of publishing works for the first time, making each one an excellent reference for documenting artists’ works. We spend about two weeks laying-out and designing each catalogue, which does not include the time it takes to photograph, catalogue, and research each piece. All of time we spend is worth it because the finished LAMA catalogue is an anthology of beautifully shot photographs, complete catalogue listings, and in-depth essays on select works. Subscribers from all around the world continue to receive our catalogues, noting that each one is better than the last. Hurry and get yours today to see for yourself! "

Elizabeth Portanova, Media Contact, LAMA

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The March 6, 2011 LAMA Modern Art & Design auction will feature Ettore Sottsass designs from the Estate of Max Palevsky. Additional highlights will include important sculpture by Harry Bertoia, Reg Butler, Tony Rosenthal, Vasa, and Man Ray. Fine Art offerings include works by Alexander Calder, Saul Steinberg, Andy Warhol, Richard Pettibone, Ed Ruscha, Pablo Picasso, Helen Frankenthaler, Francis Bacon, and Ellsworth Kelly.