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Some of the highest sale prices at auction

Frans Verbeeck, The Mocking of Human Follies
By Frans Verbeeck
3,035,000 EUR
Zeng Fanzhi, Untitled 06-3
By Zeng Fanzhi
19,470,000 CNY
Christie's Shanghai
Gino Severini, Danseuse
By Gino Severini
2,505,500 EUR
Christie's Paris

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Fine Asian, Australian & European Arts & Design - Sotheby's Australia, Melbourne
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Modern & Contemporary Works of Art - Freeman's
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Impressionist & Modern Art - Bonhams New York
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Impressionist & Modern Art Evening Sale - Sotheby's New York
USA / New York / Upper East Side : Auction
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Bahamian artist Tavares Strachan discusses his piece, Polar Eclipse, from the 2013 Venice Art Biennale with Vernissage TV. Presented in the Bahamas’ first pavilion in history for the 55th biennale, the piece combines sculpture, video, sound, projections and neon to portray the story of the 1909 polar expedition of Robert Peary and Matthew Alexander Henson. Strachan explains insight behind the work, including bringing a children’s choir from the Bahamas to Venice to perform a welcoming song that ties the Bahamas to both Venice and to the North Pole, further exploring the artist’s desire to explore the tie of identity to location.
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