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Running concurrently each year with the New York ADAA Art Fair and the Armory Show, the March contemporary art sales, offer a range of works by emerging and established artists. These sales performed well but on par with the same sales in 2019. The combined total from Sotheby’s, Phillips and Christie’s reached $61.8m, a minor decline from the $63m achieved last year. The figures represent a plateau for this sector of the market over the past two years, maintaining a near $10M net gain from 2018’s $53m combined total.
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