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Phillips Posts Heartening Post-Brexit Results

by Judd Tully • The first post-Brexit auction, Phillips London’s 20th Century and Contemporary Art sale managed to earn a reassuring, if modest, £11,873,000 ($15,672,360) on 31 lots offered on June 27.
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Phillips 20th Century & Contemporary Evening Sale: Analyzing the Results

by Meghana Reddy • An in-depth look at the Phillips London sale, held on June 27, and how it measures up against the house’s past results in the category.
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Collectors Kathy and Keith Sachs: Surrounded by Masterworks

by Judith Gura, Art+Auction • The couple give a tour of their Philadelphia home and reflect on their four-plus decades of collecting, now the subject of an exhibition at the Philadelphia Museum of Art opening June 28.
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Lackluster Sales at Sotheby’s 'Boundless: Contemporary Art' in HK

by Darryl Wee • The Sotheby’s Hong Kong auction on June 23 failed to prove itself as an exception to the generally lackluster sales this season, with only 58 out of the 77 lots finding buyers — a 75.3 percent sell-through rate by lot.
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Modern Supercars Led by Ferrari F50 Top $14.2 Million Sale by Auctions America

by Mark Beech • The market for modern supercar models, as opposed to classics, is growing, as evident in the auction total for the June 25 and 26 sale held in Santa Monica.
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