THIS WEBSITE IS A NET ART VISION BOARD.
ITS PURPOSE IS TO HELP ME & THE UNIVERSE & THE INTERNET CLEARLY VISUALIZE AND MANIFEST “CONTEMPORARY ART AUCTION RECORD”
ON THIS SITE I CO-CREATE THE FUTURE WITH THE UNIVERSE…AND WITH THE INTERNET.
THIS “CONTEMPORARY ART AUCTION RECORD NET ART VISION BOARD” INCLUDES IMAGES, PICTURES, AND AFFIRMATIONS OF MY HOPES AND DREAMS
AND IS DESIGNED TO SERVE AS A SOURCE OF INSPIRATION AND MOTIVATION AND TO USE THE LAW OF ATTRACTION TO ATTAIN THIS GOAL.
Someday I really hope that my work sells for a contemporary art auction record! This would mean my work is so valuable and I could buy nice champagne and celebrate with my friends!
Contemporary art auction record in 2021
The contemporary art auction record price is announced. So they have told about inaugural online Sotheby’s contemporary art day auction and has announced the result. The auction record which concluded on Thursday, May 14, netted $13.7 million.
It was the highest total ever for a web sale at the art firm . The sum is quite double the previous record in art; it also helped Sotheby’s surpass its $100 million mark in art auction of contemporary art in global online sales for 2020 and 2021, which is almost five times the entire online sales made during an equivalent period last year.
“Contemporary art auction record” is related with auction contemporary art. The results from Thursday’s sale are a bellwether of the strength of the market immediately and therefore the growing possibilities of online sales,” said Max Moore, Co-Head of Sotheby’s contemporary art day auctions in New York. “We saw active bidding not only at the highest end of the market, but also for younger, up-and-coming artists, including noteworthy results for Matthew Wong and Kengo Takahashi, both of whom made their auction debuts.
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also strong prices achieved far above high estimates for Lucas Arruda, Sanya Kantarovsky, Claire Tabouret, and Julie Curtiss, among others. The sale was a transparent signal that there’s still a healthy appetite for quality works on the market, which consignors trust not only the web format but the market generally immediately. The main highlights of the auction include Christopher Wool’s Untitled, 1988, an exceptional example of 1 of his pattern paintings, and Brice Marden’s Window Study No. 4, 1985, which both exceeded $1 million.
The contemporary art auction record release actually related with Richard Estes’s Broadway and 64th—depicting New York’s Lincoln Center. The piece achieved $860,000, which was quite double its high estimate—and Matthew Wong’s untitled watercolor, which sold for $62,500 after a bidding war between eight interested parties.
Despite the closure of its temporary locations thanks to Covid-19 and therefore the subsequent furloughing of its staff of art is done well. Beside this the auction firm is proving that digital auctions held amid the pandemic can turn a profit.