Lot 12: withdrawn
Lot 1: Chapman Bros Pylkkanen calls out an American bidder as the price rises steadily to £75k which is 2.5x the high est.
Lot 2: Gormley sells below est. at £150k
Lot 3: Hirst spot painting gets bid up like old times. £600k was the high est. or about $1m but it sells at £750k on the hammer which will be well into the million-dollar range with premium.
Lot 4: Jenny Saville easily goes over £1m high. Late bidder comes in at £1.3m to win it.
Lot 5: Glenn Brown struggles to get over the low est. to sell for £550k
Lot 6: Hirst spin painting lollygags around the low est. of £250 but Pylkkanen coaxes up to the £350k high est.
Lot 7: Ged Quinn at the absurdly low est. of £60k sells for £160k
Lot 8: Richter abstract betters the estimates to get nearly double the high est. £2.8m
Lot 9: Richter again but for only £900k for this one
Lot 10: Basquiat takes a little while to warm up. But this early work from ’81 eventually gets just over the high est. to sell for £1.6m
Lot 11: Warhol self portrait rapid bidding in the high £3m-range then slow steady progress to £9.6m hammer.
Lot 13: Warhol £380k
Lot 14: Martial Raysse charity sale has Pylkkanen milking £5ok increments until it gets serious and breaks out to £2m finally making £3.6m on the hammer.
Lot 15: Sherman film still #34 makes £380k. That will do
Lot 16: Koons Winter Bears £2.6m on the hammer is just getting out alive.
Lot 17: Gursky goes down at the low est. £800k
Lot 18: Fontana is a tennis match of bidding until £1.6m; new bidder at £1.7m drives up to £2m
Lot 19: Fontana gold painting makes an easy £2.4m which is right in the range
Lot 20: Manzoni just above the low at £1.9m
Lot 21: Fontana sells at the low est for £700k
Lot 22: Fontana order book bid drives to high est of £200k–sells for £220k
Lot 23: late de Kooning can’t get to the low and sells at £2.2m
Lot 24: Chillida tops the £800k high with a £1.25m hammer sale
Lot 25: more Chillida and more bids to well over the high est. to sell for £750k
Lot 26: Chillida painting makes £420k
Lot 27: Barceló easily tops the £600k high to sell for £1.1m just missing doubling up.
Lot 28: Munoz doesn’t get much love and passes at £110k
Lot 29: ’84 Basquiat gets the high sign to sell at £1.8m despite £2m low est.
Lot 30: Barceló also tops the est. to sell for £450k
Lot 31: Anselmo tops just to get £140k
Lot 32: Boetti Mappa doesn’t light it up like he used to and makes the low at £720k
Lot 33: Boetti Tutto sells 25% below the low at £230k
Lot 34: Alsoudani £180k
Lot 35: Kiefer makes £820k
Lot 36: Neo Rauch sells just under the low at £330k
Lot 37: Kippenberger at £600k fresh to market
Lot 38: Prince Nurse goes for £850k
Lot 39: Wade Guyton has lots of buzz and shoots up to £155k
Lot 40: Barnaby Furnas and has no problem getting £110k
Lot 41: Matthew Day Jackson Bucky shuffles off at £65k well below the £80k low
Lot 42: Prince de Kooning sells for £380k also well off the estimates
Lot 43: Murakami passes at £220k
Lot 44: Richard Lindner makes £320k, double the high
Lot 45: Warhol Jagger gets to the £750k high
Lot 46: Polke sells once Pylkkanen makes it clear reserve is quite low–then breaks out to the top end of range to sell for £350
Lot 47: Soulanges makes the low with some effort, then goes on to sell well above at £620k
Lot 48: da Silva £380k
Lot 49: da Silva £400k
Lot 50: Dubuffet gets the high end for £420k once commission bid is put away
Lot 51: Richter cityscape has plenty of bids to £820k
Lot 52: Richter Gilbert & George starts at £500k but only makes the low at £620k
Lot 53: Gilbert & George stalls out at £140k and passes
Lot 54: Sugimito passes
Lot 55: Sherman clown doesn’t do much but it makes the est. range with £160k
Lot 56: Noble & Webster sells well below at £40k
Lot 57: Hirst makes £300k
Lot 58: Varejao obliterates the estimates to sell well over triple the high to £950k
Lot 59: Bharti Kher sells a sliver off the low est. at £145k
Lot 60: Kher passes
Lot 61: Raqib Shaw gets £210k
Lot 62: Yan Pei-Ming beats for £440k
Lot 63: Haring sells at £320k
Lot 64: Polke sells below the est for £170k