MADE IN BRITAIN: Lorenzo Agius, Ewan, Trainspotting, 1996

Saturday, March 18, 2017
MADE IN BRITAIN: Lorenzo Agius, Ewan, Trainspotting, 1996

MADE IN BRITAIN offers a snapshot into the zeitgeist of a generation of artists, printmakers, sculptors, designers, photographers and ceramicists.

MADE IN BRITAIN: Lorenzo Agius, Ewan, Trainspotting, 1996

MADE IN BRITAIN - A sale dedicated to capturing the diversity and innovative spirit of British art in the twentieth century, Sotheby’s Made in Britain auction on 5 April will offer a snapshot into the zeitgeist of a generation of artists, printmakers, sculptors, designers, photographers and ceramicists. April’s edition will comprise just under 300 lots and with estimates starting at £400, the auction is the perfect opportunity for a new buyer’s first foray into collecting works by some of the most sought-after names in British art. The exhibition opens to the public on Friday 31 March, and will be highlighted by three free gallery talks on Sunday 2 April – with photographer to the stars Terry O’Neill, Pop Art pioneer Patrick Hughes and author Gerard Hastings. 

Lorenzo Agius, Ewan, Trainspotting, 1996 (est. £2,500-3,500) Capturing the spirit of the 1990s, Lorenzo Agius' instantly recognisable photograph of Ewan McGregor staring into the camera as Mark Renton from the film Trainspotting recalls the moment when both figures first shot to fame. 

 

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