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A SUCCESSFUL FRIEZE IN LONDON
The 12th edition of Frieze London due to end on October 19, 2014 was rather a success according to participants who boasted about their sales, such as the White Cube Gallery which sold Damien Hirst's fish in formaldehyde diptych titled "because I Can't have you I Want You" (1993) for 4 million GBP, a price rather not expected at auction.
AVERAGE RESULTS FOR CHRISTIE'S POSTWAR AND CONTEMPORARY ART SALE IN LONDON
Despite a gloomy atmosphere on the Stock market, Christie's sale of postwar and contemporay art held in London on October 16, 2014 fared relatively well after reaping 40.3 million GBP with 41 lots out of 46 sold.
YOUNG ARTISTS FARE WELL AT PHILLIPS IN LONDON
Some promising young artists whose works highlighted the Frieze fair attracted many buyers during a sale held by Phillips at their new London headquarters in Berkeley Square on October 15, 2014.
RECORD BID FOR GERMAN DOLL
Bonhams has set a new record for the world's most expensive doll, selling on September 24 204 in London a rare early 20th Century German Kämmer & Reinhardt character doll for £242,500 ($395,750)
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