With eleven auctions over three days, the second half of Sotheby’s autumn sale series in Hong Kong continued to exceed expectations after a wildly successful start to the week. Fierce bidding from new and experienced collectors alike resulted in several artist records as well as the 100%-sold collection of renowned Japanese dealer Sakamoto Gorō. The six sales on 5 October alone achieved HK$603 million (US$77.2 million), proving the market is alive and thriving. To discover more about the auctions and their best-selling lots, click ahead.
A Billionaire Businessman Raises the Bar in Collecting and Philanthropy
Anatomy of an Artwork: ‘The Two Human Beings. The Lonely Ones’ by Edvard Munch
10 Watches by Cartier, Hublot & More Under $10,000
Works on Paper: From 19th Century Classics to Modern Masters
Alicia Keys, Debbie Harry & More Celebrate Basquiat at the Brooklyn Museum
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