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A RECORD WEEK FOR CHRISTIE'S
Christie's Frieze Week auctions in London concluded on Saturday 7 October with a record breaking total of £179,609,250, the highest figure ever achieved for a week of Post-War and Contemporary Art auctions in Europe.
SUCCESS FOR THE COLLECTION OF PRINCE MARC DE BEAUVAU-CRAON IN PARIS
The success of the sale of the spectacular collection of Prince Marc de Beauvau-Craon soldby Sotheby's in September 2017 in Paris bore witness to the history of this dynasty. It was a tribute to this great patron of the arts: husband to Laure, Président-directeur général of Sotheby's Paris from 1991 to 2003.
MITIGATED RESULTS FOR SOTHEBY'S FIRST SALE OF ITS FRIEZE WEEK AUCTION
Sotheby's inaugurated its Frieze week auctions on October 5, 2017 in London with a £50.3 million sale (including buyers' premium) against an overall estimate of £60 million, its best for an October contemporary art sale in London.
CHRISTIE'S SLIGHTLY SURPASSES SOTHEBY'S
Finding the help of strong Asian biddings and thanks to a record for a Max Beckmann painting during its sale of Impressionist and Modern art held in London on June 28,2017, Christie's edged past Sotheby's with a total of 149.5 million GBP, just above its lower overall estimate.
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