Agence France Presse gets some vague sales results from ARCO:
“Sales forecasts were not only met, they were exceeded,” Luis Eduardo Cortes, the director of the sprawling IFEMA exhibition centre in Madrid which hosted the five-day fair. […] One of the works which did find a buyer was a controversial sculpture by Spanish artist Eugenio Merino which depicted a three men dressed in black — a Muslim, a Christian and a Jew — praying on top of one another.
It sold on opening day for 50,000 euros (68,000 US dollars) while another piece by Merino depicting a upright Uzi sub-machine gun supporting a menorah sold for 6,600 euros. […] ARCO attracted around 150,000 visitors this year, down from a record 200,000 last year when the event lasted for an extra day.