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DULL CHRISTIE'S POST WAR AND CONTEMPORARY ART SALE
Christie's postwar and contemporary art auction held in London on February 12 yielded £56.2 million, its lowest total for a winter evening sale in a decade (14.6% down from 2018)
DAVID HOCKNEY'S THE SPLASH SELLS FOR 23 MILLION GBP
"The Splash" (1966)by David Hockey sold for £23.1 million at Sotheby's in London on February 11, 2020, the third highest price paid for a work by the British artist.
325 MILLION USD FOR CHRISTIE'S SALE OF CONTEMPORARY ART
Christie's sale of postwar and contemporary art held on November 12 in New York yielded 325.3 million USD with fees thanks to Ed Ruscha worxd painting « Hurting the word radio # 2 (1964) which soared above estimate to 52.5 million.
CHRISTIE'S SALE OF CONTEMPORARY ART FARED RATHER WELL IN LONDON
Christie4s sale of Contemporary art held on June 25 in London realized 45.2 million GBP with five records broken and only two lots left undold
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