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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
CHRISTIE'S MODERN BRITISH SALE YIELDS ALMOST 17,5 MILLION GBP
Christie's Modern British art sale held in london on June 17 totalled £17,477,500 with sell-through rates of 89% by value and 77% by lot. Registered bidders from 16 countries across 4 continents.
99.9 MILLION USD FOR PHILLIPS CONTEMPORARY ART SALE
Phillips's Contemporary art sale held in New York on May 15 totaled 100 million USD with Kaws's seven foot wide The Walk Home (2012) featuring SpongeBob SquarePants fetching almost 6 million with fees against a high estimate of $800,000.
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