Jean-Michel Basquiat’s Untitled from the Collection of Yusaku Maezawa Sold for $85,000,000

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The Phillips “Twentieth Century and Contemporary Art” New York auction officially launched yesterday after a touring preview in London, Los Angeles and Taipei. This auction is hailed as the most successful auction since Phillips was founded, with a 100% transaction rate and a total turnover of nearly $225 million, a 90% increase over the New York Evening Sale in the same period of the previous year. The sale was led by Jean-Michel Basquiat’s Untitled from the Yusaku Maezawa Collection, which sold for $85,000,000 at auction, making it the third-highest price ever paid by Jean-Michel Basquiat. Then Yayoi Kusama’s “Untitled (Nets)”, Robin F. Williams’ “Nude Waiting It Out” and Reggie Burrows Hodges’ “Intersection of Color: Suite” all broke the artist’s previous auction records. Interested readers may check it out on the Phillips official website. Complete exhibit price.

“Twentieth Century and Contemporary Art” New York Evening Sale Top 10 Lots

Jean-Michel Basquiat, “Untitled” $85,000,000
Yves Klein《Untitled Blue Sponge Relief (RE 49)》$19,999,500 美元
Alexander Calder, “39=50” $15,648,500
Yayoi Kusama, Untitled (Nets) $10,496,000
Pablo Picasso《Figures and plants》$10,267,000 美元
Roy Lichtenstein, “Nude” $10,267,000
Andy Warhol, The Star (Greta Garbo as Mata Hari) $9,580,000
Andy Warhol, Flowers $9,351,000
Mark Rothko, “Untitled” $8,435,000
Cy Twombly, “Untitled” $8,206,000

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