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PHILLIPS FAILED TO MEET EXPECTATIONS IN N Y
Phillips' 20th century and contemporary art sale held on November 15 2018 in New York failed to meet expectations with ten lots unsold including a heavily promoted wood combustion painting by Alberto Burri (est. $10 million—15 million); a “Gray Painting” by Christopher Wool (est. $4 million—6 million); and the catalogue's cover lot, a Jackson Pollock painting once owned by Nelson Rockefeller (estimated in the region of $18 million),
WORLD RECORD FOR DAVID HOCKNEY AT CHRISTIE'S
81-year-old British artist David Hockney became the most expensive living painter when Christie's sold his Portrait of an Artist (Pool with Two Figures) (1972) for $90.3 million at its postwar and contemporary art auction in New York which realized a total of $357.6 million, compared with a revised pre-sale estimate of $323 million to $421.5 million.
THE BARNEY A.EBSWORTH COLLECTION TOTALS 317,8 MILLION USD AT CHRISTIE'S
ne of Christie's sale of An American Place: The Barney A. Ebsworth Collection totaled 317,801,250,USD with 88% sold by lot,and 99% sold by value.
362.6 MILLION USD FOR SOTHEBY'S SALE OF CONTEMPORARY ART IN N.Y
Sotheby's realized a total of 362.6 million USD with 97% of lots sold for its Contemporary art sale held in New York on November 14 though only seven works sold for more than 10 million but this total eclipsed that of last year by 52.2 million.
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