You Could Own A Piece of David Bowie’s Epic Private Art Collection

The late musician’s extensive art collection has been revealed and Sotheby’s is set to sell roughly 400 pieces.

The collection will first be displayed in a public exhibition.

This includes works by Damien Hirst and Jean-Michel Basquiat, British artists Henry Moore, Graham Sutherland and Frank Auerbach, and pieces by African and Italian artists.

The collection also includes more than 100 pieces of furniture. His family says that they’re selling the art because they don’t have the space to house it.

Photo: Sotheby's

Photo: Sotheby’s

The top lot in the collection is Basquiat’s painting “Air Power” (pictured above), valued at between 2.5 million pounds ($4.3 million CAD) and 3.5 million pounds ($6 million).

If you need an excuse to travel, the “Bowie/Collector” exhibition will be at Sotheby’s London showrooms Nov. 1-10.

Beforehand, there will be smaller preview shows in London, Los Angeles, New York and Hong Kong starting Wednesday. The sale will be held Nov. 10-11.

Bowie, who died in January, was a seasoned collector and served on the editorial board of Modern Painters magazine. He reportedly met Andy Warhol many times and played the artist in Julian Schnabel’s 1996 biopic of Basquiat.