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Marlborough Graphics - Sep 30, 2019
Robert Indiana, ONE through ZERO, 1980–2002, presented by Waddington Custot as part of Frieze’s sculpture program. Below is a concise guide to eight fairs coinciding with Frieze London this week. From 1-54 Contemporary African Art Fair to Sunday, an event focused on emerging artists, a range of art events will be taking place across the Britis...
Christie’s - Mar 6, 2019
David Hockney, Henry Geldzahler and Christopher Scott, 1969, sold for $49.5 million.CHRISTIE’S IMAGES LTD. 2019 After a strong night at Sotheby’s on Tuesday, the London contemporary sales continued this week with a £79.3 million ($104.6 million) evening sale at Christie’s that saw 38 of 41 lots sell, for a taut sell-through ra...
Sotheby’s - Mar 5, 2019
Jean-Michel Basquiat’s Apex, 1986, sold for about $10.8 million. Tonight, at Sotheby’s London, the auction house sold £93.3 million (about $122.9 million) worth of contemporary art in an auction that saw 60 of 66 lots sell, yielding a robust 91 percent sell-through rate. Three auction records were set, for artists Rebecca Warren, Ada...
The New York Times - Feb 28, 2019
Caravaggio’s Judith and Holofernes (1607) being revealed at a press conference in London.ANDY RAIN/EPA-EFE/REX/SHUTTERSTOCK At a press conference on Thursday held at London’s Colnaghi gallery, French dealer Marc Labarbe said he will auction off the recently rediscovered painting Judith and Holofernes (ca. 1607). CNN, which f...
Sotheby’s - Feb 26, 2019
Claude Monet, Le Palais Ducal, 1908, sold for $36.4 million.COURTESY SOTHEBY’S At its salesroom on Tuesday evening in London, Sotheby’s sold £87.7 million (about $116.3 million) worth of art in a doubleheader: an Impressionist-modern sale that flowed into one of Surrealism. The auctions offered the first major chance to assess the state o...