During the Frieze art fair in London, Christie's 20th/21st Century Evening sale totals $80 million and Phillips's Day sale made $12.4 million
Christie's announced the sale of Roy Lichtenstein's Mirror No. 5, 1970 (estimated at $3.5 million) on November 17th with proceeds going to charity.
Henry Moore's famous Festival of Britain sculpture from 1951, Reclining Figure: Festival, to be sold by Sotheby's on November 14th 2022 with $30 million estimate.
A detailed look at the artists' markets that showed growth, decline and stability through the results of the New York mid-season Contemporary art sales.
Last week’s Latin American Art sale at Christie’s in New York achieved a new record sale for recently “rediscovered” artist Belkis Ayón.
Sotheby's will offer a 1930 Piet Mondrian work with a $50 million estimate in November
Christie's announces Jeff Koons Jim Beam J.B. Turner Train with $15 million estimate for November 17, 2022 sale
Christie's offers "Untitled III" painted between 1977 and 1980 with a $35 million estimate.
Sotheby's Contemporary Curated for September 2002 totals $35 million showing an 8% drop from the last comparable sale.
Christie's Fall Post-War to Present auction made $25.7 million, almost exactly what it made in the Spring despite concerns about the art market in a new macro economic environment.