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On Thursday, Christie’s New York Mid-season Postwar to Present sale which offers an array of variably priced contemporary works saw solid results with an 84% sell-through rate by lot, achieving a total of $22 million. This figure is up slightly from the previous year’s comparable sale, which achieved $20.9 million with a 75% sell-through rate. The auction sustained active bidding across two sale sessions for its vast range of lots with several key works anchoring the sale’s stable outcome.
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