Art Fair Report: TEFAF New York Spring 2018

Hauser & Wirth


- sold Philip Guston's Forms on Rock Ledge  from 1979  for  $ 5.5million

David Zwirner 

 - sold two works by Josef Albers  - one for $ 1.8million  and one for $700,000 

- the gallery also sold several works by Giorgio Morandi for undisclosed prices

Peter Freeman Inc.


- had a Roy Lichtenstein from 1973 (Things on a Wall) in his trompe-l'oeil themed booth, for an asking price of $ 6.5million 

Helly Nahmad Gallery


- had a Jean Arp at $ 1.5million, a Max Ernst at $ 12million, a Joan Miró at $ 15million and a Fernand Léger at $ 15million.




- had a booth dedicated to two artists: John Currin and Bride Marden.

No sales were revealed, but the Currin paintings were apparently in high demand and had an asking price of around $ 3million each.    

Lisson Gallery


- sold a ceramic work by Mary Corse for $450,000 and a Carmen Herrera sculpture for $450,000 




- had a Pierre Bonnard landscape priced at $ 18million



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TEFAF New York NY spring 2018