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Contemporary Art

Now Accepting Contemporary Art Consignments in Hong Kong

The first half of the year saw Contemporary art auctions at Sotheby’s Hong Kong realise an impressive HK$502 million /US$ 64.4 million. These auctions attracted global participation from close to 20 countries with Asia in particular demonstrating its purchasing power.

The April sales witnessed the debut of Western contemporary art in Sotheby’s Hong Kong’s Evening Sale. The headline lot, Andy Warhol’s Mao, sold for HK$ 98.5 million / US$ 12.6 million – the highest auction price ever paid for a work of Western art in Asia. The Day Sales performed superbly, achieving overall results 28% above the high estimate and a sell-through rate of 91%, while the two specially curated auctions both achieved 100% sold, white-glove status and set new auction records for four artists. The upcoming October Day Sale will include Western Contemporary works for the first time.

Sotheby’s extensive international client network and unrivalled expertise consistently deliver market leading results through our wide-reaching selling platform. We invite you to share our success by consigning with us this Fall in Hong Kong.

Upcoming Sales in Hong Kong:

Contemporary Art                            October 2017

Boundless: Contemporary Art    December 2017

 

Consignments Enquiries:

Evelyn Lin
Head of Contemporary Art, Asia
Evelyn.Lin@sothebys.com
+852 2822 8134

 

Isaure de Viel Castel
Isaure.deVielCastel@sothebys.com
+852 2822 8101


Highlights

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Invitation to Consign—Autumn Sales

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Auction Results: A Strong Start in Hong Kong

 

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