This session is closed for bidding.
Current bid: $900 CAD
Bidding History
Paddle # Date Amount
7139 13-Jun-2020 10:37:32 PM $900 autobid
34634 13-Jun-2020 10:37:32 PM $800
7139 12-Jun-2020 08:14:55 PM $700 autobid
34634 11-Jun-2020 08:37:18 PM $600 autobid
30142 11-Jun-2020 08:37:18 PM $500
34634 10-Jun-2020 10:19:19 PM $450 autobid
7139 10-Jun-2020 10:19:18 PM $400 autobid
34634 10-Jun-2020 10:19:18 PM $350 autobid
7139 10-Jun-2020 08:05:16 PM $300 autobid
1540 10-Jun-2020 08:05:16 PM $275
7139 10-Jun-2020 08:02:08 PM $250 autobid
1540 10-Jun-2020 08:02:08 PM $225
7139 09-Jun-2020 08:22:57 PM $200 autobid

LOT h209

1955 -

Anthropocene (Uralkali Potash #6)
limited edition book, 2018
11 x 14 in, 27.9 x 35.6 cm

Estimate: $400 - $600 CAD

Sold for: $1,125

Preview at: Nicholas Metivier Gallery, Toronto – by appointment only

Nicholas Metivier Gallery, Toronto

This lot includes a limited edition book enclosed in a slip case, and an 11 x 14" print of Uralkali Potash Mine #6, Berezniki, Russia (2017). This book is from an edition of 100.

100% of the sale proceeds from the HO2 auction in partnership with Nicholas Metivier Gallery, including the Buyer’s Premium, will be donated to Canadian food centres who are providing emergency relief to those impacted by the COVID-19 crisis, including Community Food Centres Canada, Greater Vancouver Food Bank, Moisson Montreal, Calgary Food Bank and Ottawa Food Bank. The RBC Foundation will be generously supporting this important cause with an additional donation of $25,000, which will be provided directly to the food centres.

The Buyer is hereby advised to read fully the Terms and Conditions of Business and Catalogue Terms, including our Nicholas Metivier Gallery HO2 Sale Notice and any Addendum or Erratum specific to the Nicholas Metivier Gallery HO2 auction.

All prices are in Canadian Dollars

Although great care has been taken to ensure the accuracy of the information posted, errors and omissions may occur. All bids are subject to our Terms and Conditions of Business. Bidders must ensure they have satisfied themselves with the condition of the Lot prior to bidding. Condition reports are available upon request.