Now open in West Hollywood.

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Photographed by Eric Staudenmaier

Phillips, the international auction house for coveted art, jewels, watches, design, and photography, is publicly opening a new location on Oct. 25, and its inaugural exhibition is on view until Oct. 27. The outpost, which is a part of Phillip's expansion plan, will be located at 9041 Nemo St. in West Hollywood.

The gallery will be showing pieces like To Repel Ghosts from Jean-Michel Basquiat, work from Ernie Barnes out of actor Richard Roundtree’s personal collection, as well as paintings from Amy Sherald, and Tom Wesselmann’s iconic Mouth #14 (Marilyn), which is coming to auction for the first time since its creation. Timepieces from Rolex, Patek Philippe, and Audemars Piguet, and stools from Claude Lalanne are also in the exhibition.

Tom Wesselmann, Mouth #14 (Marilyn)


Phillips Phillips Auction House West Hollywood Jean-Michel Basquiat To Repel Ghosts Ernie Barnes Richard Roundtree Amy Sherald Tom Wesselmann Mouth #14 (Marilyn) Rolex Patek Philippe Audemars Piguet Claude Lalanne

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