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Wednesday, March 23, 2016

Art Fairs

Live Sales Report: Art Basel in Hong Kong 2016

by Nicholas Forrest • BLOUIN ARTINFO keeps you up to date with running commentary on Art Basel sales as they happen. Check back for regular updates.
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Auctions

Mark Bradford Headlines Phillips’s May Evening Auction of Contemporary Art

by Judd Tully • Amidst grumblings that the art market is entering a sluggish cycle, Phillips has secured a grouping of nine works from an American collector, including three paintings by superstar Mark Bradford, for its May evening sale of contemporary art in New York.
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Auctions

Sotheby’s Hong Kong to Auction Record-Breaking Zhang Daqian Work

by Samuel Spencer • At Sotheby’s Fine Chinese Paintings Spring Sale 2016, the auction house is due to sell “Peach Blossom Spring,” a large hanging scroll estimated at $HK50 million to $HK65 million ($6.4-8.3 million), the highest estimate in the history of that sale.
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Auctions

Mercedes Tops Bonhams Sales; Mountbatten, Evita, Ceausescu Cars Sell

by Mark Beech • A 2009 SLR McLaren “Stirling Moss” Mercedes sold for €2.3 million, or about $2.6 million, at the specialist sale of the marque’s classics held at the manufacturer’s Museum in Stuttgart, Germany, on March 19.
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Auctions

Auctionata Sale Celebrates the Art of Comic Book Superheroes

by Nicholas Forrest • Celebrating the rich history of these iconic superheroes and their illustrators, the March 23 sale comprises more than 60 lots spanning 50 years of comic history, including comic book archives, animation cels, early superhero drawings, and comic and superhero illustrations.
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Asian Market Focus: Hong Kong

by Lily Wong • Hong Kong may be finally realizing an art scene to match its booming art economy, which continues to attract international auction and art fair players even in the face of market contraction on mainland China.
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