PIFO Dayu Yang
- three small works by Kang Haitao selling for ¥4,000 ($600) each
- a piece by Wang Shilong selling for ¥5,000 ($750)
- two small works by Enrico Bach for ¥55,000 ($8,280) + two larger works
- a large-scale piece by Haitao sold to previous clients.
- two works from the gallery’s solo presentation of Aaron Garber-Maikovska for €35,000 apiece
- two watercolors by Barthélémy Toguo (Love Birds and Blue Man)
- two canvases by Chao Lu (Elsewhere No. 7 and Elsewhere No. 5)
- a mixed media piece by Wang Yi (Overlapping 2017-3).
Hauser & Wirth
- $950,000 for a work by Paul McCarthy
- sold Lisa Yuskavage’s painting Scarecrow (2012) for just under $1 million
- Rose Wylie’s two-part canvas Yellow Man & Liquer Bottle (2017) for $80,000
- four new works by Lucas Arruda for between $45,000 and $55,000
- pieces by Neo Rauch, Marcel Dzama, and Raymond Pettibon.
- an aged mirror work by Su-Mei Tse selling for €18,000
- three paintings from a wall of eye-themed pieces in different media by Laurent Grasso for €28,000 to €80,000
- three paintings by Yuan Yuan for around €60,000 apiece
- a photograph by Jeremy Everett for $8,000
- sold one work each by artists Yang Jiechang, Li Jin, and Huang Zhiyang on opening day for prices on the range of $35,000–$60,000.
Hauser & Wirth
- two sculptures by Louise Bourgeois, each for sums in the “multi-million-dollar” range
- Two Arp bronzes sold for $1.2 million and $500,000, respectively
- multiple works by Fausto Melotti for which prices were not disclosed. All of the works went to mainland Chinese collectors.