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June Sales End in Style with Christie's Defining British Art Auction

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Christie's Post-War & Contemporary Sale: Analyzing the Results

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Artcurial’s 1st Semester Sales Jump 6% Over Last Year Figures

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Candy Coleman Leaves Gagosian for Sotheby’s

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