Banksy (b.1974), Applause, 2006. Screenprint in colours, numbered 402500. Estimate £2500-3500. This work is offered in First Open  Editions on 27 October at Christie’s South Kensington

Prints for collectors of all kinds, from £800 to £20,000

Whether you’re passionate about Pop Art or keen on the work of the YBAs, the First Open | Editions auction on 27 October has something to match all tastes and budgets

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  • For fans of the YBAs

Tracey Emin (b. 1963), Birds 2012, 2011. Lithograph in blue, signed, dated and titled in pencil, numbered 233300. Estimate £3,000-5,000. This work is offered in First Open  Editions on 27 October at Christie’s South Kensington

Tracey Emin (b. 1963), Birds 2012, 2011. Lithograph in blue, signed, dated and titled in pencil, numbered 233/300. Estimate: £3,000-5,000. This work is offered in First Open | Editions on 27 October at Christie’s South Kensington

Damien Hirst (b. 1965), Tyloxapol, 2010. Woodcut in colours, signed in pencil, numbered 1248 on the reverse. Estimate £5,000-7,000. This work is offered in First Open  Editions on 27 October at Christie’s South Kensington

Damien Hirst (b. 1965), Tyloxapol, 2010. Woodcut in colours, signed in pencil, numbered 12/48 on the reverse. Estimate: £5,000-7,000. This work is offered in First Open | Editions on 27 October at Christie’s South Kensington

Damien Hirst and Tracey Emin are arguably the best-known and most controversial figures to have emerged from the Young British Artist movement of the 1990s. They became renowned for their openness to materials and processes, their shock tactics and entrepreneurial attitudes. In promoting and fostering their own celebrity personalities alongside their art they cemented their positions as two of the most recognised British artists of their generation.

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  • You want Street Art?

Banksy (b. 1974), Applause, 2006. Screenprint in colours, numbered 402500. Estimate £2,500-3,500. This work is offered in First Open  Editions on 27 October at Christie’s South Kensington

Banksy (b. 1974), Applause, 2006. Screenprint in colours, numbered 402/500. Estimate: £2,500-3,500. This work is offered in First Open | Editions on 27 October at Christie’s South Kensington

As proponents of Street Art, both Banksy and Stik have gained enormous public popularity through their use of humorous, sometimes subversive and immediately recognisable imagery. Although officially condemned and heavily monitored, Street Art remains hugely popular, with both featured artists continuing to use the urban landscape as a canvas for their artwork.

Stik, Diva, 2009. Screenprint in colours, signed in pencil, numbered 4150. Estimate £3,000-5,000. This work is offered in First Open  Editions on 27 October at Christie’s South Kensington

Stik, Diva, 2009. Screenprint in colours, signed in pencil, numbered 41/50. Estimate: £3,000-5,000. This work is offered in First Open | Editions on 27 October at Christie’s South Kensington

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  • If you prefer American Pop

Jeff Koons (b. 1955), Pink Bow, Celebration Series 1995-1997, 2003. Digital pigment print in colours, signed and dated in pencil, numbered 1250. Estimate £7,000-10,000. This work is offered in First Open  Editions on 27 October at Christie’s South Kensington

Jeff Koons (b. 1955), Pink Bow, Celebration Series 1995-1997, 2003. Digital pigment print in colours, signed and dated in pencil, numbered 12/50. Estimate: £7,000-10,000. This work is offered in First Open | Editions on 27 October at Christie’s South Kensington

The American Pop Art movement which emerged in the late 1950s originated in a desire to return to hard-edged composition and representational art. An attempt to defuse the personal symbolism and painterly looseness of abstract expressionism, Pop Art merges popular and mass culture using instantly recognisable imagery and content, in the process elevating commonplace objects, people and symbols of everyday life to the level of fine art.

Robert Indiana (b. 1928), The Garden of Love (Sheehan 126-131), 1982. The complete set of six screenprints in colours, each signed, dated and titled in pencil, numbered 78100. Estimate £12,000-18,000. This work is offered in First Open  Editions on 27 October at Christie’s South Kensington

Robert Indiana (b. 1928), The Garden of Love (Sheehan 126-131), 1982. The complete set of six screenprints in colours, each signed, dated and titled in pencil, numbered 78/100. Estimate £12,000-18,000. This work is offered in First Open | Editions on 27 October at Christie’s South Kensington