The Art Newspaper was the official scorekeeper for the fair:
Sofie Van de Velde sold works to international collectors as well as local collectors at prices up to €19,000.
Martos gallery booth sold out
James Cohan sold Xu Zhen’s painting, Under Heaven – 1136NH1409
Meessen De Clercq sold over 20 works on the preview day and on Saturday sold a painting by Claudio Parmiggiani for €80,000.
Michel Rein sold works by Didier Faustino, Sophie Whettnall and Farah Atass
Almine Rech sold works by artists including, Mark Hagen, Genieve Figgis, and Ida Tursic & Wilfried Mille.
Daniel Templon sold twenty works including a neon sculpture by Ivan Navarro, priced at €150,000.
Kromus & Zink sold a set of handmade glass vessels by Chechen artist Aslan Gaisumov priced at €69,000.
New Art Centre, Salisbury (UK) who represent the estates of Barbara Hepworth and Sir Antony Caro sold important work by Caro for €150,000 along with an iconic Hepworth drawing on the opening day of the fair.
Scott Reyburn recorded these sales:
James Cohan: sold a Bill Viola single-panel video piece, “Fire Martyr,” to a Belgian family foundation for €190,000.
Barbar Gladstone: R.H. Quaytman “O Topico, Chapter 27” to a Belgian collector for $105,000.
Eleven Rivington sold at least three 2015 abstract portraits by the New York painter Jackie Saccoccio, priced from $35,000 to $40,000 each.
Galerie Krinzinger from Vienna sold all nine of its recent abstract paintings by Jannis Varelas, priced at €17,000 or €19,000 each, depending on size.
Georgina Adam had these sales:
Michel Rein sold 10 works by Sophie Whettnall and placed a sculpture by the African-American artist Abigail DeVille with a “major Norwegian collector”
a Finnish collector bought a fine Barthélémy Toguo from Lelong (€55,000)
Daniel Templon sold 20 works, including a Kehinde Wiley for €180,000.
Sterling Ruby collages and mobiles on show at Xavier Hufkens found buyers at prices between $65,000 and $80,000, with the biggest mobile being sold for $300,000.
Colin Gleadell heard about this trove:
Marlborough Contemporary sold a canvas with cut lemons arranged like a portrait by artist Diango Hernández for €6,500; photographs of long dresses standing under water in the Dead Sea by Sigalit Landau for €20,000 each, and an embroidery by Narelle Jubelin that apes a million dollar Christopher Wool word painting which reads “Hole in the Head”, for €12,500.
Differing Fates for Art and Design Cousins (NYTimes.com)