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A RARE NYC SUBWAY PLAQUE TAGGED BY KEITH HARING TO BE SOLD IN PARIS
A rare NYC subway plaque tagged with a "Radiant Baby" by Keith Haring will be offered for sale by the Crait-Muller auction group on April 28, 2017 in Paris.
SOTHEBY'S CONTEMPORARY ART SALES FARED WELL
Sotheby's Contemporary Art sales held during the first week in April achieved outstanding performance totaling HK$470 million/ US$60.2 million, a 50% increase from Autumn 2016 with 93% sell-through by lots.
SUCCESS FOR SOTHEBY'S SALE "MADE IN BRITAIN"
Held on April 5, 2017, Sotheby's Made in Britain sale in London went well beyond pre-sale expectations to realize a total of £ 2,605,752 with 90% of lots sold and 74% exceeding their high-estimates.
CHRISTIE'S SALE OF IMPORTANT CHINESE ART YIELDS OVER 262,800,000 USD
Christie's dedicated Evening Sale of Important Chinese Art from the Fujita Museum, held on March 15, 2017 in New York realized a grand total of USD$262,839,500 which alone has surpassed the previous record for any Asian Art Week series in auction history.
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