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Hong Kong Auction Includes Rare Works by Banksy, Hergé

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For the second year in a row, Paris-based auction house Artcurial is staging an auction that brings comic strip art, panel art, and street art together in one sale.

Taking place in Hong Kong at the Liang Yi Museum on Oct. 3, the auction, entitled “From Paris to Hong Kong,” will feature rare works by Hergé, the Belgian cartoonist behind The Adventures of Tintin (which was turned into a movie by Steven Spielberg in 2011); and hot street artists, such as Shepard Fairey, Jean-Michel Basquiat, and Banksy.

View a sampling from the auction below. To browse all the lots, click here.

Banksy, “Barcode Leopard” (View Lot)
Pre-auction Estimate: $9,000–$13,000

Artcurial Comics and Street Art Auction
(Artcurial)

 

Olivier Ledroit, “Requiem Vampire Knight – Book I” (View Lot)
Pre-auction Estimate: $16,000–$24,000

Comics and Street Art Auction
(Artcurial)

 

Hergé, “Red Rackham’s Treasure” (View Lot)
Pre-auction Estimate: $10,000–$16,000

Comic and Urban Art Auction
(Hergé Moulinsart 2016/Artcurial)

 

Enki Bilal, “Four?” (View Lot)
Pre-auction Estimate: $90,000–$130,000

Comics and Street Art Auction
(Artcurial)

 

 

Invader, “SK8#2” (View Lot)
Pre-auction Estimate: $26,000–$33,000

Comic and Urban Art Auction
(Artcurial)

 

Jean-Michel Basquiat, “Untitled” (View Lot)
Pre-auction Estimate: $88,000–$111,000

Comic and Urban Art Auction
(Artcurial)

 

Kaws, “Jalouse” (View Lot)
Pre-auction Estimate: $7,000–$10,000

Comic and Urban Art Auction
(Artcurial)

 

Moebius (a.k.a. Jean Giraud), “Harzak” (View Lot)
Pre-auction Estimate: $116,000–$168,000

Comic and Urban Art Auction
(Artcurial)