Sales at Frieze gathered by the team at The Art Newspaper:
Johnen Galerie: Florin Mitroi’s 9.XI.1986 (Green Portrait) sold to a British couple for €10,000.
Pilar Corrias: Charles Avery drawings (£8,000 each) and a tall tree (£75,000)
Javier Peres: two abstracts by Leo Gabin (€7,500 each) and Eddie Martinez’s Untitled, 2011, which went to Charles Saatchi for $40,000.
Max Wigram: Danish artist Fos, Nothing disappears, only our amnesia arises, 2004, around £20,000 sold to a private European.
Michael Werner: two Per Kirkeby paintings priced $100,000.
Emmanuel Perrotin: Takashi Murakami’s Bunbu-ku Carbon-Fiber, 2010, for about $900,000, to a European.
Marian Goodman: Gerhard Richter, Strip (CR921-1), 2011, priced £1.5m.
Stuart Shave/Modern Art:Traps Take Practice, 2011 (£10,000), by Karla Black
Modern Institute: Martin Boyce’s Like Waterfalls, 2011, for around £40,000.
Thomas Dane: Glenn Ligon’s neon Warm Broad Glow, 2011, to an overseas foundation for $200,000.
Lehmann Maupin: Tracey Emin’s And I said I Love You, 2011, selling for £60,000.
Annely Juda: a Hockney painting at £580,000 and a work by Roger Ackling at £3,000 to £5,000
Bischoff/Weiss: sold two of an edition of five videos by Raphaël Zarka (€7,000 each), one to a European museum and the other to David Walsh’s Museum of Old and New Art in Tasmania.
Frieze Sales Report: Playing Safe Pays Off (The Art Newspaper)