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Learn more about our latest sale featuring artists who are newer to the secondary market
 
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Charming Baker, Trouble Rides a Fast Horse, 2008

ALL ABOUT NEWCOMERS

Artnet Auctions's Newcomers sale features work by artists who are newer to the auction market. From emerging rising stars to mid-career and established art world figures, artists represented in this sale are fresh to the auction market––and their work represents a great collecting opportunity. 

 

We used the Artnet Price Database to look at the data behind sales of works by three of the artists in the sale––Charming Baker, Isabella Nazzarri, and Math Bass. Read on to see why you should consider collecting works by these artists right now. 

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Charming Baker, whose 2008 work Trouble Rides a Fast Horse (shown above) is estimated at $10,000–15,000 in our Newcomers sale, first earned his spot as a rising star with a 2011 solo exhibition at Mercer Street Studios in Covent Garden. Since then, he has exhibited work around the world, and seen auction results top $65,000––without the aid of a dealer or traditional gallery representation––and his notable fans include fellow British artist Damien Hirst, gallerist Harry Blain, and collector Tico Mugrabi.

 
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Isabella Nazzarri

Sublimazione di una valle, 2017

Est. $5,000—7,000

Math Bass

Newz! (3 works), 2017

Est. $6,000—8,000

Isabella Nazzarri, another Newcomers artist, is much newer to the market than Baker, and her paintings have hit the auction block only three times before this sale. Nazzarri’s record at auction is $6,373, set in 2018, making the low estimates of $3,000 and $5,000 for her two works in Newcomers very reasonable––especially because both Sublimazione di una valle (2017) and Movimento 2 (2017) are of similar size and period to Nazzarri's top lot.


Artist Math Bass, meanwhile, has had 19 works come to the secondary market. Represented by Cirrus Gallery in Los Angeles and Various Small Fires in Asia, Bass’s market has been consistently strong since the artist's auction record was set at $81,250 back in 2015. Additionally, Bass already has a broad range of institutional support. They had a solo show at MoMA PS1 in 2015, and their work is represented in the collections of the Hammer Museum, the LACMA, and the Yuz Museum in Shanghai. Newz! (3 works) (2017), estimated at $6,000–8,000 in Newcomers, is the first set of prints by Bass to ever hit the auction market––representing a great opportunity to collect Bass’s work at an affordable price.

 

Click below to explore these works and more, live now on Artnet Auctions.

READ MORE WITH ARTNET NEWS

Follow the market alongside our best-in-class team of journalists at Artnet News, and read these stories that feature more artists from Newcomers, including the Haas Brothers, Nicole Eisenman, and Angel Otero:

 
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The Haas Brothers on Their Breakthrough Miami Moment and Tips for Rising Above the Art and Design Divide

 

Learn more about the design duo.

 
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Nicole Eisenman Makes a Dramatic Turn to Sculpture in Her First Solo Institutional Show in Germany

 

See photos of the artist's 2018 show.

 
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‘Act First and Then Think’: Artist Angel Otero on How to Turn Failure Into Fuel for Creativity

 

Read more about the artist from this studio visit.

Be sure to check out the rest of the artists in Artnet Auctions's Newcomers sale, and place your bids before the sale closes on July 1.

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