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Hauser & Wirth (Zurich, Hong Kong, London, Los Angeles, New York, Somerset, St. Moritz) sold George Condo’s paintings Blues in A flat (2021) for $1.75 million and Haunted By Demons for $800,000; Rashid Johnson’s Untitled Broken Crowd (2021) for $595,000 to the Long Museum, Shanghai; Paul McCarthy’s WS, White Snow Flower Girl #2 (2016) for $575,000; Jenny Holzer’s oil on linen painting TOP SECRET SLASH (2021) for $350,000; Gary Simmons’s canvas Hangfire (2019) for $175,000; Pipilotti Rist’s video on monitor Wasserschatz (Schwarzlicht) <Water Treasure (Black Light)>, 2019, for $160,000; Matthew Day Jackson’s panel Vase with Flowers (2018) for $100,000; Rita Ackerman oil on canvas Orange Clarity (2018) for $95,000; Keith Tyson’s oil on aluminum work Bedside Flowers (2016) for $65,000.
Lehmann Maupin (New York, Hong Kong, Seoul, London) sold two canvases on titanium and wood panel by Lari Pittman, one to a a private collection in Malaysia for $300,000 and the other for $225,000 to a prominent museum in China; a mixed media work by McArthur Binion from 2021 sold for $160,000 to a private collection in Hong Kong; Shirazeh Houshiary’s Fission (2019) for GBP $150,000 ($212,000) to a private collection in Hong Kong; three mixed media works by Lee Bul for prices between $95,000-$115,000 each to a private collection in Hong Kong; Helen’s Pashigan’s 2019 cast epoxy on resin work for $65,000 to a private collection in Asia.
White Cube (Hong Kong, London) sold Antony Gormley’s cast iron sculpture PROP II (2018) for GBP 400,000 ($565,334); Park Seo-Bo’s Ecriture No. 070607 (2007), a mixed media with Korean Hanji paper on canvas for $300,000; Beatriz Milhazes’s collage Little tree (2014) for $200,000; Christine Ay Tjoe’s oil painting Blue (2021) for $115,000; Isamu Noguchi’s bronze plate Squirrel (1987) for $50,000.
David Zwirner (Paris, Hong Kong, London, New York) sold Liu Ye’s Study for Bamboo Bamboo Broadway, 2011 Graphite for $500,000 to an Asian art museum; Mamma Andersson’s acrylic and oil on panel Only the Nights are New (2005) for $500,000 to an Asian art museum; four canvases from 2020 by Harold Ancart’s each for $300,000 to Asian museum collections
Lévy Gorvy (Paris, Hong Kong, Zurich, London, New York) sold a monumental Joan Mitchell painting titled 12 Hawks at 3 O’Clock (ca. 1962) for a price around $20 million to a private collector and two works by Pat Steir.
Gladstone Gallery (Brussels, New York) sold a painting by Kerstin Brätsch for $85,000; a work by Keith Haring in the range of $1.5 million-$2 million; a painting by Alex Katz for $650,000; 10 paintings by Rirkrit Tiravanija for prices between $25,000-$200,000; A painting by Michael Williams for $100,000.
10 Chancery Lane Gallery (Hong Kong) sold a work by Wang Keping for a price in the range of $100,000; five works by Laurent Martin “Lo” and several by Frog King Kwok each in the region of $10,000.
Kukje (Busan, Seoul) sold Lee Ufan’s canvas Dialogue (2020) for a price in the range of $400,000-$450,000; Park Seo-Bo’s Ecriture No. 970428 (1997) for $250,000-$280,000; Four oil on hemp cloth works by Ha Chong-Hyun each for prices between $143,000-$155,000.
Blindspot Gallery (Hong Kong) sold Lam Tung Pang’s acrylic and charcoal on plywood work titled Meaningless no.12 (2020) for $60,000-$70,000; Jiang Zhi’s oil painting on polyester titled The world is yours, as well as ours No.B 2021-02 (2021) for $45,000-$55,000 and another inkjet on aluminum edition by Jiang titled Foresight No.16, (2017-2018) for $25,000-35,000; Sarah Lai’s oil painting Camille (2018) for $20,000-$30,000; Un Cheng’s oil on canvas diptych Nice to have a night like this (2021) for $20,000-$30,000; two of Trevor Yeung’s night lamp sculptures from 2021 each for $8,000-$15,000; three works by Sin Wai from 2021 at prices between $5,000-$10,000.
Massimodecarlo (Hong Kong, Milan, Paris, London) sold Maurizio Cattelan’s Night (2021) a work made from stainless steel, black paint and bullet holes for around €950,000 ($1.2 million); Josh Smith’s Devil (2019) oil on linen painting for $100,000 to a private collection.
de Sarthe (Hong Kong) sold a work by Double Fly Art Center for $18,000; a work by Andrew Luk from the “Deep Earth Event Horizon” series for $16,000 and work by Mak Ying Tung for $15,000.
Galerie du Monde (Hong Kong) sold two Fong Chung-Ray’s 2020 canvases for a prices in the range of $50,000-$200,000 and three works by Wang Gongyi’s in the price range of $8,000-$110,000.
Gallery Exit (Hong Kong) sold Stephen Wong Chun Hei’s canvas Grand Tour in Google Earth: Machu Picchu for $28,000 to a private collector from Hong Kong.
Gray (Chicago, New York) sold two works by Jaume Plensa’s from 2020 for $125,000 and $125,000.
Liang Gallery (Taipei) sold Lee Chung-Chung’s 2017 ink and color on paper titled Misty Clouds Above the Water for HKD 196,900 ($25,365) to a private collector from China.
Lin & Lin Gallery (Taipei, Beijing) sold several works by Shen Liang at a price range between $3,200-$65,000.
Ota Fine Arts (Shanghai, Singapore, Tokyo) sold Chris Huen Sin-Kan’s oil on canvas Joel and Balltsz (2021) for a price in the range of $40,000–$60,000 and two paintings by Maria Farrar from 2021 for prices in the range of $10,000 – 12,000.
Ora-Ora (Hong Kong) sold Zhang Yanzi’s Mask Series (2020) for $75,000 and two pigmented Polyvinyl Polyurethane works by Juri Markkula’s each for $40,000.
P.P.O.W (New York) sold 11 paintings by Elizabeth Glaessner each for a price in the range of $8,000- $30,000; 7 paintings by Elizabeth Glaessner each for a price in the range of $6,000-$8,000.
Pi Artworks (Istanbul, London) sold Gulay Semercioglu’s Mediterranean (2019) made from Silver core industrial wire and screws for a price in the range of $60,000-$80,000 to a private collection in Hong Kong; Ozer Toraman’s oil on canvas Berlin (2021) for a price in the range of $10,000-$15,000 to a private collector in Taipei.
Almine Rech (Paris, Brussels, London, New York, Shanghai) sold Two paintings by Ha Chong-Hyun
each sold for a price in the range of USD 130,000 to 200,000; a painting by Kenny Scharf Sold for a price in the range of USD 100,000 to 200,000; A painting by Li Qing for a price in the range of USD 45,000 to 100,000
Tang Contemporary Art (Beijing, Hong Kong, Bangkok) sold a work by Qin Qi for RMB 1.26 million ($197,112)
Proyectos Monclova (Mexico City) sold four works by Gabriel de la Mora each for $25,000.
Anat Ebgi (Los Angeles) sold several paintings by Greg Ito each for a price in the range of $15,000-$50,000 to private collections in Hong Kong and Taiwan.