The event will take place at The Fillmore Miami Beach at the Jackie Gleason Theater in Miami on Saturday, August 20 at 7:30pm, Eastern. Online bidding is also available.
Other featured artists include Mel Ramos, Steve Kaufman, Tom Wesselmann, Takashi Murakami, Romero Britto as well as entire suites of film, music and sports memorabilia from Harrods of London and more.
Among the sale's highlights is Andy Warhol's Love You Live collage. Measuring 20 x 16 inches, the original artwork was produced by Warhol for the Rolling Stones' same-titled live LP.
The Stones' released Love You Live in 1977 during the height of punk.
A different section of Warhol's collage appeared on the album's front cover, to which singer Mick Jagger then added pencil smears - much to Warhol's dismay.
Andy Warhol's artwork for the Rolling Stones' 1977 live album, Love
This section of the collage is unmarked by Jagger's 'collaboration'. The photo transfer on acetate and coloured graphic art paper work is estimated at $253,000.
Also starring alongside Warhol and the Stones is the master of the surreal himself, Salvador Dali.
Dali's Ten Commandments is a gold bass-relief signed and numbered by the artist (one of 150). It will sell with a certificate of authenticity and is estimated at $9,000.
Also auctioning with a similar estimate is Dali's Judgement (one of 300), also signed by the artist, from Historia de Don Quichotte de la Mancha or Don Quixote.
Don Quixote remains one of the most outstanding works of Spanish and world literature and was a regular subject of Dali's works. This piece carries an $8,000 estimate and a "suggested retail price" of $8,500.
Considering his status and legacy, Dali works available to collectors with a $20,000 maximum budget appear surprisingly frequently on the collectors markets.
Other examples presently for sale include this stunning sketch (pictured below) of a nude surrounded by various other figures, including a lady's head and what appears to be a hare.
Originating from the collection of Salvador's wife Gala Dali, this piece's provenance is exceptional for its £18,000 price tag.
It's also a great example of how, even if you're not a millionaire, Dali's canon offers plenty of opportunities to own lower-priced works that would otherwise be in museums.
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