RESULTS: Art Contemporain (Evening Sale)

Paris

Total:

€10.327.800

£8.659.860  

$13.679.171

Lots vendus: 39

Nombre de lots: 41

% par lot: 95%

% en valeur: 98%

Taux de change: € = £ 0.8385 / $ 1.3245

 

Lot

Description

Estimation (€)

 

Prix

Acheteur

12

Jean-Michel Basquiat (1960-1988)
Untitled, 1982

 

1.000.000-1.500.000

€1.465.000

£1.228.403

$1.940.393

Galerie américaine

14

Zao Wou-Ki (Né en 1921)
22-11-63, Hommage à John F. Kennedy, 1963

300.000-400.000

€865.000

£725.303

$1.145.693

Galerie asiatique

17

Maria Elena Vieira Da Silva (1908-1992)
L'issue lumineuse, 1983-1986

 

700.000-1.000.000

€865.000

£725.302

$1.145.692

Anonyme

25

Joan Mitchell (1926-1992)
The lake, 1981

700.000-1.000.000

€697.000

£584.443

$923.177

Galerie américaine

11

Christopher Wool (Né en 1955)
Sans titre (P 93), 1989

250.000-350.000

€601.000

£503.938

$796.025

Galerie européenne

10

Cy  Twombly (Né en 1928)

Sans titre (Scenes from an ideal mariage), 1986

450.000-650.000

€529.000

£443.567

$700.661

Galerie européenne

22

Pierre Soulages (Né en 1919)
Peinture 130 x 81 cm, 12 avril 1989

250.000-350.000

€286.600

£240.314

$379.602

Galerie européenne

7

Roman Opalka (Né en 1931)
OPALKA 1965/1- Detail 5137748-5157846

120.000-180.000

€271.000

£227.234

$358.940

Collectionneur européen

 9

Yves Klein (1928-1962)
Sculpture éponge (SE19), vers 1958-1959

250.000-350.000

€253.000

£212.141

$335.099

Galerie européenne

33

Pierre Soulages (Né en 1919)
Peinture 55 x 38 cm, 6 novembre 1958

220.000-280.000

€247.000

£207.109

$327.151

Collectionneur européen

 

 Commentaires: «Le marché a répondu très positivement à la sélection d’œuvres européennes et internationales proposées lors de cette vente du soir. Les résultats de cette session renouent avec les pourcentages en valeur et de lots vendus d’avant 2008. Ils témoignent également d’un intérêt pour des artistes plus contemporains tels que André Cadere (lot 2), Annette Messager (lot 5) et Thomas Schütte (lot 13) dont les prix obtenus ont permis d’atteindre de nouveaux records du monde en vente. » aclaré Alexandre Carel, directeur du département à Paris.

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