Sales - Galleries - Artists - some Highlights FRIEZE London 2017 -
Lots of TOP Art Galleries and Artist, recommended in the NAANII GLOBAL Art & Quality Lifestyle -Magazin 'en Vogue'- finished a very successful FRIEZE London 2017 Art Fair !
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David Zwirner Gallery (aprox. 30 works sold):
- Jeff Koons’s Gazing Ball (Giotto The Kiss of Judas) (2015–16), aprox. $2.5 million,
- Oscar Murillo (Himalayan streamers) (2017), aprox. $400,000,
- Luc Tuymans (Baroque) (2017) aprox. $890,000,
- Kerry James Marshall, (Untitled (Two Eggs Over Medium, Sausage, Hash Browns, Whole Wheat Toast),
- Carol Bove,
- Yayoi Kusama,
- Kerry James Marshall,
- Luc Tuymans
- Robert Rauschenberg, aprox. $1 million.
- Josef Albers aprox. $2 million
- John McCracken, aprox. $1.5 million,
- Giorgio Morandi paintings, aprox. $1.5 million each,
- Dan Flavin, (first-ever fluorescent sculpture, The diagonal of May 25), 1963, aprox. $4 million
Lisson Gallery, (aprox 25-30 works sold):
- Carmen Herrera, (Blanco y Verde) 1962, aprox. $1.5 million
- Laure Prouvost, (Metal Women), aprox. $22,000
Thaddaeus Ropac Gallery:
- Rauschenberg (Glut in Jest) (1987) , aprox. $1.2 million
- Rauschenberg (Orange Squeeze (Urban Bourbon)), (1992) aprox. $1.4 million;
- Sigmar Polke, (Laterna Magica), (1988/96) aprox. $2.6 million;
- Georg Baselitz, sculpture, aprox. €1.15 million
- Cindy Sherman, aprox.$850,000,
- Yves Klein, aprox. $950,000,
- Martin Barré
Lévy Gorvy Gallery:
- Alexander Calder, a significant work on paper by
- Frank Steller
- Agnes Martin, (Devotion no. 1 (1955))
- Pat Steir, (Distant Mist (1998)), aprox. $565,000
- Daniel Buren (striped canvases, Peinture acrylique blanche sur tissu rayé blanc et bleu), (1974)
- Leon Polk Smith, aprox $250,000
Gallery Victoria Miro:
Victoria Miro participated in Frieze London 2017 with a stand dedicated to the theme of the nocturne. Nocturnal glamour, intrigue and magic, and nighttime as an agent of transaction, transition and transformation are conjured in works by Doug Aitken, Milton Avery, Jules de Balincourt, Hernan Bas, Varda Caivano, Stan Douglas, Christian Holstad, Isaac Julien, Idris Khan, Yayoi Kusama, Chris Ofili, Tal R, Do Ho Suh and Sarah Sze.
Abstraction and its relationship to themes of the nocturne and enveloping darkness are explored in a dark Infinity Net painting by Yayoi Kusama. Kusama has described her Infinity Net paintings as visualisations of hallucinations that have recurred since her childhood. During these episodes, her visual field is obscured by an overlay of nets or dots that appear to cover her surroundings. With their dark palette of blues and blacks, INFINITY-BLACK-NETS, 2015, heightens a sense of being cloaked.
As Kusama has said: ‘…the spell of the dots and the mesh enfolded me in a magical curtain of mysterious, invisible power.’
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