day evening). I spotted there many of my favorites, but also discovered some new & fascinating artists. I display here just my favorites from the shows, a very subjective selection as usual.
The girl with the bag is admiring Robert Indiana`s "Love" (Estimate $500,000 — $700,000. Lot Sold for $2,052,500) which shared the wall with Tom Wesselmann`s "Smoker 21". The next image shows Joan Mitchell`s abstract "No Room at the End".
driveby) . Above you can see "The second presentation room". The curators explain "inside Adrian Ghenie’s shadowed room, forces of brutality and beauty coexist. There is riveting painterly evidence of Ghenie’s physical assault on the canvas, where he has attacked the surface with loaded pigment using his palette knife to carve sensuous arenas of visual expression". The painting had an estimate of $1 million — $1,5 million and sold for $2,172 million.
Lot Sold 3,132 million.
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