Pace Gallery is opening in Geneva, Switzerland in March. So they’re banging the drum on sales they say they made at Art Geneva last week:
- The gallery quickly sold works by Robert Mangold, Adam Pendleton, Brent Wadden (above), Prabhavathi Meppayil, and Michal Rovner, mainly to Swiss and European private collectors
Meanwhile, a little North of there in Belgium, sales were made at BRAFA and recorded by the Financial Times:
- paintings by Hans Hartung, Jean Metzinger and Jean-Paul Riopelle from Geneva’s Bailly Gallery (up to €250,000).
The Antiques Trade Gazette says these sales took place:
- a plaster model of a puma from c.1911 by Rembrandt Bugatti. One of an edition of just two (it was cast in bronze in an edition of 26)
J Bagot Arqueologia
- sold a number of their antiquities, mostly to existing clients
- sold nine of his wall masks from the Congo ranging in price from €10,000-30,000
Harold t’Kint de Roodenbeke
- sold 40 works ranging from under €1000 up to €150,000.