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99.9 MILLION USD FOR PHILLIPS CONTEMPORARY ART SALE
21 May 2019
Category : MARKET

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.

a Willem de Kooning abstraction, Untitled XVI (1976) sold for $10.3 million with fees while  Japanese artist Tomoo Gokita's  black-and-white 2015 painting Just Like Family sold for $1 million against a high estimate of $350,000) and Swiss artist Nicolas Party's candy-colored landscape fetched $608,000, quadrupling its high estimate

Dana Schutz's 2009 dinner-table scene fetched $980,000, nearly quadrupling its low estimate, Roy Lichtenstein's painting Horse and Rider (1976), sold for $5.95 million and a 1967 untitled work by Eva Hesse was hammered at just under $4 million, exceeding its $3.5 million high estimate.

Basquiat's 1983 Self-Portrait sold for  $9.5 million, just above its low estimate of $9 million.while Bradford's Helter Skelter II (2007) (36 feet wide and 12 feet high), created for an exhibition at New York's New Museum.fetched $8.5 million with fees. 

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