1 July 2014, London
1 July 2014
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Royal Academy curator Edith Devaney discusses the first major UK survey of the American artist’s work in 40 years
A selection of mid-century modern chairs from JF Chen’s collection, offered at Christie’s in February
A collection of 10 works by artists including Braque, Picabia and Schwitters will be on view in London at the end of February
Led by Francis Bacon’s Study for Head of Lucian Freud from the Estate of Roald Dahl at £11,506,500, the Post-War and Contemporary Art Evening Auction achieved £99,413,500 and seven world record prices for artists across generations.
Peter Doig’s Gasthof realized £9,938,500 setting a world record price for the artist at auction in the Post-War & Contemporary Art Evening Auction on 1 July 2014 in London.
Jean Dubuffet’s Le gai savoir realized £4,002,500 setting a world record price for the artist at auction in the Post-War & Contemporary Art Evening Auction on 1 July 2014 in London.