RESULTS: Oeuvres de Pierre et Gilles provenant d’une collection privée

This sale realized €797,900/£692,178/$1.140199, selling 87% by lot and 94% by value, le top selling was LE PETIT JARDINIER – DIDIER which fetched €157,000/£224,000, a world record price at auction.



€  797.900

£  692.178

$ 1.140.199

Lots vendus: 20

Nombre de lots: 23

% par lot: 87%

% en valeur: 94%

Taux de change: € = £0.8675/ $1.4290




Estimation (€)





Pierre et Gilles (actifs depuis 1976)

Le petit jardinier - Didier

Réalisé en 1993, pièce unique






Collectionneur européen


Pierre et Gilles (actifs depuis 1976)

David et Jonathan - Jean-Yves et Moussa

Réalisé en 2005, pièce unique





Galerie européenne


Pierre et Gilles (actifs depuis 1976)

Bouddha - Santi Sudaros

Réalisé en 2004, pièce unique






Collectionneur européen


Commentaires : « Avec près de €800.000, 87% par lot et 94% en valeur,  ces très bons chiffres sont le résultat d’un vif engouement de la part des acheteurs français et internationaux pour les collections et les ventes monographiques mis en place par Christie’s à Paris. Pour la première fois sur le marché, les collectionneurs, présents dans la salle, au téléphone et sur Internet, ont pu enchérir sur un ensemble de 23 œuvres des artistes Pierre&Gilles, permettant notamment d’obtenir un prix record pour une de leurs œuvres aux enchères ; Le Petit Jardinier – Didier a ainsi atteint €157.000/$ 224.000 (lot 2). » a déclaré Matthieu Humery, directeur de la vente.


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