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"In all, 22 lots, or almost a third of the sale, were guaranteed. One was “Apocalypse Now,” a 1988 painting by Wool, who’s the subject of a retrospective at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum. The work spelled “Sell the house sell the car sell the kids” in black on white. It fetched $26.5 million, more than three times Wool’s previous record. Art dealer Christophe van de Weghe bought the work for a client."
Kilgman pollock authenticated. Polar bear hair inclusion clinches it.
JACOB KASSAY Untitled, 2011 84 x 60 in. (213.4 x 152.4 cm.)
Sold for $317,000
Contemporary Art Evening 11 November 2013
anyone familiar with the work of Adrian Ghenie?