Daniel Colen + Nat Lowman, “Holy War,” 2005-2006, Oil on a Nate Lowman silkscreen ink print on canvas. Estimate: $15,000-20,000
It was a whirlwind week for auction houses across the city. After raking in big money from Part I of their Contemporary Art sale, Phillips de Pury is opening its door this morning (10 a.m.) for Part II, aka the much cheaper auction—which by normal people standards—is actually still pretty expensive. There probably won’t be “well dressed women” scouring for sugar daddy’s, but do expect a collection of peculiar pieces by some of the usual suspects: Tom Sachs, Warhol, Basquiat, others. Click below for some more samples including a grade school looking subway map, a reworked cover of the New York Post, a Murakami beach ball and some other primitive art world gems.

Karen Kilimnik, “Drawing for the Armory 9: Manhattan Subway Map,” 2001Conté crayon and pastel on paper. Estimate: $10,000-15,000
Tom Sachs, “Hello Kitty,” 2001, Bondo, acrylic and ink on bronze. Estimate: $25,000-35,000
Andy Warhol, “New York Post, Front Page (Judge Blasts Lynch),” circa 1983, Silkscreen on canvas. Estimate: $50,000-70,000
Jean-Michel Basquiat, “Untitled (Bird),” 1981, Oil, pastel and graphite on paper. Estimate: $100,000-150,000
Takashi Murakami, “Untitled,” 2002, Vinyl chloride. Estimate: $15,000-20,000