Price Check! Here’s What Sold—and For How Much—at Art Basel Miami Beach 2023

Here's what dealers say they sold at the 2023 edition of the fair.

Van de Weghe's presentation at Art Basel Miami Beach.

‘Tis the season for one final “Price Check” of the year! Art Basel Miami Beach officially wrapped on Sunday, marking the end of the official art-world calendar for 2023. Reports on the ground from the fair revealed a more toned-down edition, with nary a piece of produce taped to the wall, or indeed, anyone attempting to eat all $120,000 worth of it. The lack of a “viral” artwork aside, there were plenty of gallery debuts, impressive artist presentations, buzzy ancillary events, and of course, a lot of money changing hands.

After a year marked by a significantly tempered market at both auctions and fairs, it’s no surprise that, as Artnet’s Katya Kazakina reported, “Miami Rewards Dealers Who Bring Works Priced to Sell.” That certainly means different things to different levels of collectors but the reported sales from dealers at the headline event reflected that while many (but not all!) $10 million and $20 million works lingered on booth walls, works priced $100,000 and under were snapped up quickly.

Below, we’ve rounded up a selection of works dealers say they sold at Art Basel Miami Beach (or before), and the asking price they claimed for them. All prices have been converted into USD for ease of reading.


The scene at Hauser & Wirth, ABMB23, Courtesy of Art Basel and Hauser and Wirth.

The scene at Hauser & Wirth, ABMB23, Courtesy of Art Basel and Hauser and Wirth.

$20 million: Philip Guston, Painter at Night (1979) at Hauser & Wirth

$12.5 million: Gerhard Richter, Grün-Rot-Gelb (Green-Red-Yellow) from 1982 at Gagosian

$9 million: Marlene Dumas, The Schoolboys at David Zwirner

$3.2 million: An infinity net painting by Yayoi Kusama at David Zwirner

$3 million: An infinity net painting by Yayoi Kusama at David Zwirner

$2.35 million: George Condo, Smiling Aristocrat (2023) at Hauser & Wirth

$2 million to $3 million each: Three paintings by Robert Ryman at David Zwirner

$2 million: A painting by Alice Neel from 1970 at David Zwirner

$1.7 million: Robert Rauschenberg, Copperhead-Bite IX / ROCI CHILE, (1985) at Thaddeaus Ropac

$1.6 million: A painting by Noah Davis at David Zwirner

$1.6 million: Georg Baselitz, Alles fällt vom Tisch, (2020) at Thaddaeus Ropac

$1.5 million: A painting by Tracey Emin at Xavier Hufkens

$1.5 million: A painting by Ed Ruscha at Gladstone Gallery

$1.4 million: Alex Katz, Leigh (2007) at Kasmin

$1.3 million: A painting by Elizabeth Peyton at David Zwirner

$1.3 million: Georg Baselitz Grüße aus Dinard, (2023) at Thaddaeus Ropac

$1.25 million to $1.35 million: Tom Wesselmann, Upside Down Blue Nude, (2001) at Almine Rech

$1 million: Henry Taylor, MADE IN MEXICO (2016) at Hauser & Wirth

$1 million: Lee Krasner, Untitled (1950) at Kasmin

$850,000: Amy Sherald, The Beauty of Change (A Happy Man) (2023) at Hauser & Wirth

$795,000: Charles Gaines, Numbers and Trees: Arizona Series 1, Tree #5, Thunder, (2023) at Hauser & Wirth

$750,000: Mark Grotjahn, Untitled (Capri 55.43) (2023) at Blum Gallery

$700,000: A new painting by Chris Ofili at David Zwirner

$600,000: A painting by Josef Albers at David Zwirner

$520,000: A painting by Nicolas Party at Xavier Hufkens

$450,000: Amy Sillman, Machine (2023) at Gladstone Gallery

$400,000: Yoshitomo Nara, Rock’n Roll Is Not Dead (2022) at Blum Gallery

$375,000: Rashid Johnson, Untitled Anxious Red Drawing (2020) at David Kordanksy Gallery

$375,000: Teresita Fernández, Dark Earth (Reservoir) (2023) at Lehmann Maupin

$350,000: A painting by Oscar Murillo at David Zwirner

$340,000 to $390,000: Shara Hughes, Giddy (2023) at David Kordansky Gallery

$300,000: A painting by Joan Semmel at Xavier Hufkens

$275,000: Ghada Amer, BECAUSE (2023) at Marianne Boesky Gallery

$275,000: Thornton Dial, Birds See What the Tiger Can’t (1991) at David Lewis

$250,000: Vivan Browne, Ibeji II at Ryan Lee Gallery

$250,000 to $300,000: Adam Pendleton, Untitled (WE ARE NOT) (2023) at David Kordansky Gallery

$250,000: A painting by Peter Saul at Michael Werner

$250,000: A painting by Katherine Bernhardt at David Zwirner

$250,000 to $350,000: Lee Bul, Perdu CLXXXIII (2023) at Lehmann Maupin

$250,000: OSGEMEOS, Luz Própria (Own Light),(2023) at Lehmann Maupin

$250,000: Rashid Johnson, Untitled Anxious Bruise Drawing (2023) at David Kordansky Gallery

$250,000: Hilary Pecis, Lily’s Studio (2023) at David Kordansky

$250,000: Lee Kun-Young, Bodyscape 76-1-2023 (2023) at Pace

$225,000 to $275,000: Lucy Bull, 23:22 (2023) at David Kordansky Gallery

$215,000: A painting by Sayre Gomez at Xavier Hufkens

$200,000: A painting by Florian Krewer at Michael Werner

$185,000: Matthew Day Jackson, Geyser (2023) at Pace

$185,000: Joel Mesler, Untitled (Love People) (2023) at David Kordansky Gallery

$180,000: Tomie Ohtake, Untitled (1980) at Nara Roesler

$180,000: A painting by Lisa Yuskavage at David Zwirner

$175,000: Will Cotton, Slippery Descent (2022-23) at Templon

$175,000: A textile work by Ghada Amer at Marianne Boesky Gallery

$165,000: A painting by Marina Perez Simão at Pace Gallery

$160,000: Odili Donalt Odita, Dusk (Strange Fruit) (2023) at David Kordanksy Gallery

$150,000: Robert Nava, Phoenix Guard Bunny (2023) at Pace Gallery

$150,000: A 3D quilt by Sanford Biggers at Marianne Boesky Gallery

$140,000: Kenjiro Okazaki And so, I was a cat after all. No matter when it came, I was always prepared. The seventh time, the siren sounded down the alley. At first soft, growing louder with each pass. Behind was a yard, bare dirt, with oilslicked boards stacked criss-crossed. More eye-catching was the large tree, thick-armed, with a big family of squirrels living in its tall branches. From there, my house at the end of the block could also be seen, sitting stoutly like a cat loaf., (2023) at Blum Gallery

$138,000: Li Songsong, Red Panda (2023) at Pace Gallery

$135,000: A painting by Matt Connors at Xavier Hufkens

$120,000 Jeffrey Gibson, LOVE ME WITH ALL MY FAULTS (2023), Roberts Projects

$110,000 each: Three paintings by Alex Katz at Gladstone Gallery

$100,000 to $150,000: Three oil and oil bar on canvas paintings by Michaela Yearwood-Dan at Marianne Boesky Gallery

$100,000: Lesley Vance, Untitled (2023) at David Kordanksy Gallery

$100,000: Naudline Pierre, And There You Are (2023) at James Cohan Gallery

$100,000: Nancy Lorenz, Early Moon (2023) at Gavlak Gallery

$100,000: Michael Krebber, Untitled (2023) at Galerie Buchholz

$95,000: Friedrich Kunath, Outside (The World Behind The World) (2023) at Blum Gallery

$90,000: Marisa Adesman, Out From Under (2023) at Anat Ebgi

$85,000 to $135,000: Chico da Silva, Untitled (1976) at David Kordansky Gallery

$85,000 to $100,000: Marc Dennis, Ironman, Batman and Captain America Walk Into a Bar (2023) at Gavlak Gallery

$85,000 each: Eamon Ore-Giron, Talking Shit with Viracocha’s Rainbow (Iteration I) and Talking Shit with Viracocha’s Rainbow (Iteration II) (both 2023) at James Cohan Gallery

$85,000 to $100,000: Nir Hod, Friday Night at the Kibbutz (2023) at Gavlak Gallery

$85,000: Kylie Manning, Yesterday (2023) at Pace Gallery

$85,000: Chris Martin, Incense, Herbs, + Oils, (2022–23) at David Kordanksy Gallery

$80,000: Bosco Sodi, Untitled (2023) at Cardi Gallery

$80,000: A painting by Sayre Gomez at Xavier Hufkens

$80,000: Jordan Nassar, No Thorns Were Mentioned (2023) at Anat Ebgi

$80,000 each: Maia Cruz Palileo, River Crossing at Midnight, (2023) and The Trees Straightened Their Bent Trunks (2023) at David Kordansky Gallery

$80,000: Maysha Mohamedi, Apology Received in Peach (2023) at Pace

$80,000: A new painting by William Monk at Pace Gallery

$75,000: Sam McKinniss, J.Crew Model (self-portrait) (2023) at David Kordansky Gallery

$70,000: A painting by Issy Wood at Michael Werner

$70,000: A painting by Ivy Haldeman at François Ghebaly

$65,000: A painting by Farnk Walter at Xavier Hufkens

$65,000: Jordan Nassar, Nearing The Mists (2023) at Anat Ebgi

$65,000: A painting by Jammie Holmes at Marianne Boesky Gallery

$60,000: Greg Ito, Past Present Future (2023) at Anat Ebgi

$60,000: Carla Accardi, Serie Rosa (1970–79) at Cardi Gallery

$55,000: A painting by Sterling Ruby at Xavier Hufkens

$50,000: A painting by Harold Ancart at Xavier Hufkens

$50,000: A new painting Alejandro Piñeiro Bello at Pace Gallery

$45,000: Joel Mesler, Rabbi Miami (2023) at David Kordansky Gallery

$45,000: Marisa Adesman, By a Thread (2023) at Anat Ebgi

$40,000: Sam McKinniss, Sunset over Penobscot Bay (2023) at David Kordansky Gallery

$35,000: Soumya Netrabile, Steilhang (2023) at Anat Ebgi

$30,000: Caleb Hahne Quintana, The Hand Whispers History, (2023) at Anat Ebgi

$32,000: Greg Ito, A World Revealed, (2023) at Anat Ebgi

$30,000: Tomás Esson, MIMAMI POP #42023 at David Lewis

$30,000 to $50,000: Andrew Brischler, Self Portrait (as Elvira) (2023) at Gavlak Gallery

$30,000: André Griffo, Farm management instructions 9 (2023) at Nara Roesler

$25,000: Elian Almeida, Logradouro II (2023) at Nara Roesler

$24,000: Caleb Hahne Quintana, Poem of the Plains (2023) at Anat Ebgi

$24,000: Caleb Hahne Quintana, How Many Times Have I Given My Hand My Head To Hold? (2023) at Anat Ebgi

$15,000 to $65,000: William E. Jones, Locker Rume Nudes (2023) at David Kordanksy Gallery

$12,000: Jessica Taylor Bellamy, Tonight’s Entertinament (Stormy combination pill pack) (2023) at Anat Ebgi



The scene at Art Basel in Miami Beach, 2023. Courtesy of Art Basel

The scene at Art Basel in Miami Beach, 2023. Courtesy of Art Basel

$1.2 million: Jean Arp, Grand personnage (1957) at Gray

$970,000: Tony Cragg, Points of View (2019) at Thaddaeus Ropac

$850,000: Emilio Vedova, Dal ciclo della natura ‘56 – 1 (Brasile), (1956) at Thaddaeus Ropac

$700,000: Donald Judd, Untitled (stainless steel/yellow) JO 80-66 (1980) at Cardi Gallery

$600,000: Yinka Shonibare, Wind Sculpture in Bronze IV (2023) at James Cohan Gallery

$539,000: Antony Gormley, TREED (2023) at Thaddaeus Ropac

$525,000: Fred Eversley, Untitled (Cylindrical Lens) (2023) at David Kordansky Gallery

$500,000: Alicja Kwade’s large-scale sculpture l’ordre des mondes (Totem) at Pace

$450,000: Isamu Noguchi, Plus Equals Minus (c. 1945-1979) at Pace

Over $200,000 each: Multiple editions of Lynda Benglis’s bronze QT (2023) at Pace

$275,000: Elmgreen & Dragset, This Is How We Play Together, Fig. 2 (2023) at Pace Gallery

$250,000: Yoshitomo Nara, Sheep Head (2021) at Blum Gallery

$175,000: Alison Elizabeth Taylor, The Hotel’s Pool (2023) at James Cohan Gallery

$165,000: Betty Woodman, Balustrade Relief Vase #32 (92-32) (1992) at David Kordansky Gallery

$150,000: Yoshitomo Nara, It’s a Bad Day (2021) at Blum Gallery

$120,000 to $170,000: Valentin Carron, Man with Baby on Arm (2023) at David Kordansky Gallery

$95,000: Two sculptures by Chiharu Shiota at Templon

$90,000: Arlene Schechet, Sister (2023) at Pace Gallery

$90,000: Agostino Bonalumi, Bianco (2013) at Cardi Gallery

$80,000: Gianpietro Carlesso, Iterazione 5 (2021) at Cardi Gallery

$80,000: Alma Allen, Not Yet Titled (2023) at Blum Gallery

$75,000: Lauren Quin, Raspberry (2023) at Blum Gallery

$75,000: Jose Davila, Aporia (2023) at Nara Roesler

$65,000 to $85,000 each: Three sculptures by Thomas Houseago at Xavier Hufkens

$60,000: Martin Wong, Untitled (May 7, 1970) at Galerie Buchholz

$60,000 each: Jennifer Guidi, Meditation Cave (2022) and Tumbled Under Ocean Waves (2022) at David Kordansky Gallery

$50,000: Sebastian Silva, Map 02 (2023) at Blum Gallery

$50,000: Peter Alexander, 2/23/20 Turquoise Bar (2020) at Pace

$50,000: Ruby Neri, On Top (2023) at David Kordansky Gallery

$45,000: Barbara Bloom, Lolita (1999) at David Lewis

$35,000 each: Jennifer Guidi, Rainbow Amulet (2022) and In Perfect Balance (2022) at David Kordansky Gallery

$32,000: Yiroka Yamashita, 《末裔》Descendants, (2023) at Blum Gallery

$30,000 and $60,000 each: Lutz Bacher, REEBOK (2015) at Galerie Buchholz

$20,000: Krzysztof Strzelecki, Gods on the Beach at Anat Ebgi

$7,500: Cosmo Whyte, Punch Drunk Love (2017) at Anat Ebgi


Installation view of Pace's booth at Art Basel Miami Beach. Courtesy of Pace Gallery.

Installation view of Pace’s booth at Art Basel Miami Beach. Courtesy of Pace Gallery.

$950,000: Keith Haring’s Untitled (1983) ink on paper at Gladstone Gallery

$650,000: Keith Haring, Untitled (1988) gouache and ink on paper at Gladstone Gallery

$150,000: Arthur Jafa, Untitled (2023) at Gladstone Gallery

$150,000: Yoshitomo Nara, You’ve gotta love something (2022) at Blum Gallery

$125,000: A photograph by Robert Mapplethrope at Xavier Hufkens

$120,000: Wolfgang Tillmans, Isa with pool of water (1995) at Galerie Buchholz

$90,000: Robert Longo, Study of Swimmer in Motion (2022) at Thaddaeus Ropac

$55,000: A work on paper by George Condo at Xavier Hufkens

$50,000 each: Two editions of Vik Muniz, The Lake, after Tarsila do Amaral (2023) at Nara Roesler

$40,000 to $90,000: Huma Bhabha, Untitled (2023) at David Kordanksy Gallery

$37,000: A watercolor by Tracey Emin at Xavier Hufkens

$35,000: A photograph by Robert Mapplethrope at Xavier Hufkens

$32,000: Torbjørn Rødland, Swimming Pool (2013–23) at David Kordansky Gallery

$22,000: JR, The Chronicles of Miami, Close Up, Work in Progress #2, USA (2022) at Pace Gallery

$19,000: A drawing by Vivian Browne at Ryan Lee Gallery

$17,500 each: Evan Holloway, RII (2019); Shore Skies (2019); ABFMA (2019); and cloud (2019) at David Kordansky Gallery

$12,000 to $100,000 each: Multiple recent works by Wolfgang Tillmans at David Zwirner

$12,000: Peter Schlesinger, Sunbathers at La Piscine Deligny (1975) at David Lewis

$12,000: Peter Schlesinger, Waiting at Honolulu airport, Hawaii (1981) at David Lewis

$11,000: A 2020 work on paper by Torkwase Dyson at Pace Gallery


That’s all folks—see you next time we Price Check!

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