Bidding opens 4–7 December 2021

Christie’s collaborates with OpenSea — the world’s leading NFT marketplace — to curate Christie’s first ever on-chain NFT auction.

Christie’s X OpenSea kicks off on 1 December with an on-chain auction hosted on and curated by Christie’s. Through the OpenSea platform collectors can now discover and purchase Christie’s-curated NFTs via the Ethereum blockchain. The auction will be open for browsing on 1 – 3 December, and open for bidding 4 – 7 December.

The sale features a cutting-edge selection of NFTs, a mix of collectibles and new 1/1’s, curated by Christie’s Specialist and Head of Digital and Online Sales Noah Davis, Crypto Collector and Curator Ronnie Pirovino, and nft now, leading web3 digital medial platform for NFT coverage, curation and analysis, and includes highlights such as Forever, by multidisciplinary artist Mad Dog Jones and Miami Vice Rocket by Tom Sachs.

Join us on OpenSea as Christie’s boldly embraces the blockchain channel and journeys into a new era for NFT sales.


  • FriendsWithYou

    fRiENDSiES 00001 (1/1), 2021
    Cast bronze, urethane finish
    36 ¾ x 22 ¾ x 50 in.

  • 3LAU

    WAVEFORM, 2021
    Non-fungible token; master recording with static image.
    Lot includes 3D sculpture of the waveform of the recording.

  • Tom Sachs

    Miami Vice Rocket

  • Mad Dog Jones


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