Price Check! Here’s What Sold—and for How Much—at Paris+ 2023

Here's a selection of what dealers say they sold at the event.

Campoli Presti's booth at Paris+ 2023. Courtesy of Paris+ par Art Basel.

The second edition of Art Basel’s newest fair, Paris+ has officially wrapped, and collectors, journalists, and dealers are back at home recuperating after a whirlwind double-header of major art fairs. While the proximity of Frieze London and Paris+ had some drawbacks, including forcing some visitors to decide between one or the other, and keeping others on a breakneck schedule, it’s helpful to have the results of two bellwethers for the art market land back-to-back for comparison’s sake.

Both anecdotal evidence from on-the-ground reports at the fairs as well as the volume of reported sales indicates that Paris+ was the more successful of the two from the dealers’ perspective, with significantly more seven-figure artworks sold, and more artworks sold, period. The outing was so impressive, in fact, that it was drawing comparisons not to FIAC or Frieze London, but to its own sister fair, Art Basel’s flagship event in Switzerland.

Below, see a list of prices from galleries at the sophomore edition of Paris+, with all prices converted to USD for ease of reading.


Robert Rauschenberg, <i>Stake-Out (Urban Bourbon),</i> (1992). © Robert Rauschenberg Foundation. Courtesy of the Robert Rauschenberg Foundation and Gladstone Gallery. Photography by Ron Amstutz.

Robert Rauschenberg, Stake-Out (Urban Bourbon), (1992). © Robert Rauschenberg Foundation. Courtesy of the Robert Rauschenberg Foundation and Gladstone Gallery. Photography by Ron Amstutz.

$6 million: A painting by Kerry James Marshall at David Zwirner

$2.35 million: George Condo, Female Portrait Composition (2023) at Hauser & Wirth

$2 million: Robert Rauschenberg, Untitled (1962) at Thaddaeus Ropac

$1.8 million: Mark Bradford, The Nature of Space (2023) at Hauser & Wirth

$1.3 million: Ed Clark, Untitled (Vétheuil) (1967) at Hauser & Wirth

$1.3 million: Jean Hélion, La Belle Etrusque (ou le porteur de citrouille), (1948) at Applicat-Prazan

$1.27 million: Georg Baselitz, Sommer in Dinard (2023) at Thaddaeus Ropac

$1.2 million: Alex Katz, Christy (2015) at Gladstone Gallery

$1.16 million: Simon Hantaï, Les larmes de Saint Ignace (1958) at Thaddaeus Ropac

$1 million: Robert Rauschenberg, Stake-Out (Urban Bourbon), (1992) at Gladstone

$973,580: Anish Kapoor, As Yet Untitled (2021) at Lisson Gallery

$955,000: Nicolas Party, Landscape (2023) at Hauser & Wirth

$912,690: A painting by Tracey Emin at Xavier Hufkens

$900,000: A painting by Elizabeth Peyton at Gladstone Gallery

$897,000: Adrian Ghenie, Impossible Body 3 (2022) at Thaddaeus Ropac

$850,000: Adolph Gottlieb, Parallels (1973) at Pace

$850,000: ​Rashid Johnson, ​Untitled Broken Men (2023) at Hauser & Wirth

$850,000: Barbara Kruger, Untitled (Sorry Not Sorry) (2023) at Sprüth Magers

$738,363 to $843,844: Lee Ufan, Dialogue (2015) at Mennour

$700,000: Lee Ufan, Response (2023) at Lisson Gallery

$688,000 to $719,770: Jean Hélion, Trois nus et le gisant, (1950) at Applicat-Prazan

$595,000: Charles Gaines, ​Numbers and Trees: Charleston Series 1, Tree #10, Song Bird Court (2022) at Hauser & Wirth

$580,000 to $632,883: Pierre Soulages, 1948-11 (1948) at Mennour

$500,000: Carmen Herrera, Chromatic Discourse (1948) at Lisson Gallery

$450,000: Loie Hollowell, Red-Orange Brain (2023) at Pace

$450,000: Lee Lozano, No title (1962–63) at Hauser & Wirth

$306,000: Martha Jungwirth, Untitled (2023) at Thaddaeus Ropac

$300,000: Rodney Graham, Untitled (2022) at Lisson Gallery

$300,000: A painting by Cecilia Vicuña at Xavier Hufkens

$285,000: Angel Otero, Summer Madness (2023) at Hauser & Wirth

$275,000: Adam Pendleton, Black Dada A (2023) at Pace

$275,000: Takesada Matsutani, Circle-Blue and Black (2022) at Hauser & Wirth

$260,000: Zhang Enli, Literati (2023) at Hauser & Wirth

$250,000: Luchita Hurtado, Untitled (Birthing) (2019) at Hauser & Wirth

$250,000: Lee Ufan, From Point (1980) at Lisson Gallery

$233,000 to $280,000: Javier Calleja, OH.OH! (2023) at Almine Rech

$210,961 to $263,701: Ugo Rondinone, Neunteraugustzweitausenddreiundzwanzig (2023) at Mennour

$200,000: Tony Smith, Untitled (1956) at Pace

$185,000: Anne Imhof, Untitled (Billy) (2023) at Sprüth Magers

$180,000: A painting by Qiu Xiaofei at Xavier Hufkens

$180,000 to $212,000: Ha Chong-Hyun Conjunction 21-58, (2021) at Almine Rech

$168,722: Hélène Delprat, L’apparition (2023) at Hauser & Wirth

$150,000: Li Songsong, History (2023) at Pace

$150,000: Bosco Sodi, Untitled (2019) at Cardi Gallery

$146,000 to $243,384 each: Two paintings by Leon Kossoff at Xavier Hufkens

$140,000 to $160,000: Tomokazu Matsuyama Undo Falling Of Rain, (2023) at Almine Rech

$127,000: Claude Viallat, 1975/145 (1975) at Ceysson & Bénétière

$125,000: David Salle, Tree of Life, Magic Torso (2023) at Gladstone

$120,000 to $160,000: Jennifer Guidi, In Stillness Our Bodies Calmed, Our Minds Cleared and Our Hearts Filled With Hope and Love (Painted Universe Mandala SF #4A, Emerald Green, Dark Green Ground), 2020 at Massimo De Carlo

$105,528: Andro Wekua, Wave Portrait (2023) at Gladstone Gallery

$100,000: Lonnie Holley, Kindness Will Follow Your Tears (2023); It’s Not Always Greener (2023) at Blum

$95,000 to $115,000: Vaughn Spann, Untitled (2023) at Almine Rech

$80,000 to $100,000: Chloe Wise, Over and over the river and out (2023) at Almine Rech

$80,000 to $100,000: Claire Tabouret, Transformation Self-portrait

$80,000 each: Kenjiro Okazaki, The startled moths scurry around the flickering candles…, (2023); A peerless heigh… (2023) at galerie frank elbaz

$79,000 to $185,000 each: Two paintings by Thierry De Cordier

$63,500 to $85,000: Jacqueline de Jong, Final Journey (2023) at Allen

$60,000 to $70,000: Michael Kagan, The Iceman (2023) at Almine Rech

$60,000: Lenz Geerk, Erneaux. le jeune homme (2023) at Massimo de Carlo

$60,000: Henni Alftan, Chin (Déjà-vu), (2023) at Sprüth Magers

$60,000: Lucy Dodd, Shield 5 (2015) at Sprüth Magers

$55,000 to $70,000: Roby Dwi Antono Untuk Anakku Dan Anak Dari Anak-Anakku , (2023) at Almine Rech

$50,000 each: Lonnie Holley, Celebrating the Ones Who Came First; The Eyes Were Always on Us; We Shined the Light (2023) at Blum

$50,000: Davide Balliano, UNTITLED_0261 (2023) at Cardi Gallery

$54,849: Eugene Carriere, Maternité (no date) at Mennour

$48,000: Li Ran, Go Talk to the Shadows (2023) at Lisson Gallery

$45,000: Lonnie Holley, We Shined the Light; The Light at the End of Our Darkness; She Said “Keep Your Heads Up” (2023) at Blum

$42,300: Claudio Verna, Bianco Obliquo II (1976) at Cardi Gallery

$42,100: Laure Prouvost, The Hidden Paintings Grandma Improved, Looking At You Looking At Us (2023) at Lisson Gallery

$42,000 to $53,000: Sam Falls, Bish Bash Spring (2023) at 303 Gallery

$40,000 to $50,000: Brian Calvin, Cool Water (2023) at Almine Rech

$40,000 to $50,000: Daniel Gibson, Moon and sun over lake (2023) at Almine Rech

$35,000: A painting by Sayre Gomez at Xavier Hufkens

$32,000 to $42,000 each: Three large paintings by Elladj Lincy Deloumeaux at Galerie Cécile Fakhoury

$30,424: Rachel Jones, Untitled (2023) at Thaddaeus Ropac

$25,000 to $30,000: John McAllister, haunts hued tarried there (2023) at Massimo de Carlo

$25,000 to $30,000: Jess Valice, Man’s blue and longing (2023) at Almine Rech

$23,000 to $25,000: Daniel Turner, (Cynth) Burnish 2, (2023) at Allen



Installation view of galerie frank elbaz at Paris+. Courtesy of Paris+ par Art Basel.

Installation view of galerie frank elbaz at Paris+. Courtesy of Paris+ par Art Basel.

$1.5 million: Roni Horn, Untitled (“The heart of a blue whale is the size of a car.”) (2021–22) at Hauser & Wirth

$950,000: A steel wire sculpture by Alexander Calder at Peter Freeman, Inc.

$900,000: Donald Judd, Untitled (1979) at Cardi Gallery

$316,441 to $421,922: Camille Henrot, No Message (2016) at Mennour

$295,000: A wall sculpture by Rosemarie Trockel at Gladstone Gallery

$230,000 to $260,000: Niki de Saint Phalle, L’horloge (fond bleu) (1992) at Georges-Philippe & Nathalie Vallois

$211,000: Anri Sala, Surface to Air VIII (Cipollino/Morning), (2023) at Chantal Crousel 


$147,672 to $168,768: Alicja Kwade, Matter-Mind (2023) at Mennour

$132,000: Cyprien Gaillard, Overburden (2020) at Sprüth Magers

$110,000: Sheila Hicks, Esmerelda (2023) at galerie frank elbaz

$110,000: Elmgreen & Dragset, El Cielo Sobre Buenos Aires (2023) at Pace

$100,000: Michal Rovner, Blue Light (2023) at Pace

$100,000: Mungo Thomson, January 11, 2012 (How to Die) (2012) at frank elbaz

$100,206: Ryan Gander, ‘I Be… (Lxv)’ (2023) at Mennour

$85,000 to $95,000 each: Two editions of Alicja Kwade, Continuum (2023) at 303 Gallery

$75,000: Mungo Thomson, Snowman 4 (2020) at galerie frank elbaz

$65,000: Alicja Kwade, Trait Transference (2015) at Pace

$63,500 to $74,000: Alicja Kwade, Entropie (2184 hours) (2022) at 303 Gallery

$63,288: Mohamed Bourouissa, Juliette Wagman (2023) at Mennour

$50,000: Kelly Akashi, Cosmos (2023) at Lisson Gallery

$47,600: Gianpietro Carlesso, Interazione 7 (2022) at Cardi Gallery

$42,000 to $53,000: Jeppe Hein, I SEE THE LIGHT IN YOU (heart speech bubble) (2023) at 303 Gallery

$31,750, to $53,000: Nick Mauss, Dedication (2023) at 303 Gallery

$26,400 to $31,750 each: Jeppe Hein, White Gold Mirror Balloon (pink); (purple); and (navy blue) (2023) at 303 Gallery

$25,000: Arlene Shechet, For Paris (2023) at Pace

$25,000 to $35,000: Nick Mauss, Untitled (2023) at 303 Gallery



Lorna Simpson, <i>Stranger on a train</i> (2023). © Lorna Simpson Courtesy the artist and Hauser & Wirth. Photo: James Wang.

Lorna Simpson, Stranger on a train (2023). © Lorna Simpson. Courtesy the artist and Hauser & Wirth. Photo: James Wang.

$850,000: Ellen Gallagher, Watery Ecstatic (2021) at Hauser & Wirth

$750,000: John Baldessari, Upward Fall (1986) at Sprüth Magers

$400,000: Lorna Simpson, Stranger on a train (2023) at Hauser & Wirth

$175,000: A gouache by Louise Bourgeois at Xavier Hufkens

$150,000: Philip Guston, Untitled (1971) at Hauser & Wirth

$116,000: Georg Baselitz, Volkstanz (2022) at Thaddaeus Ropac

$115,000: Wolfgang Tillmans, Passports (2021) at Chantal Crousel

$90,000: Rodney Graham, Cubo-Automatist Composition #4 (2006) at Lisson Gallery

$90,000: Jean-Luc Moulène, Coupé Coqué (tribord), Le Buisson (2023) at Chantal Crousel

$69,000: Peter Fischli David Weiss, The Apparition (1984) at Sprüth Magers

$44,500: Thomas Demand, Robin (2020) at Sprüth Magers

$42,300 each: Anna Zemánková, réminiscence de Séraphine de Senlis, (1968); sans titre (1960); la fleur électrique, (1960); sans titre, (ca. 1975); and sans titre (Radjastan) (1965) at christian berst

$32,000: David Rappeneau, Untitled (2018) at Gladstone Gallery

$8,900: A work on paper by Elladj Lincy Deloumeaux at Galerie Cécile Fakhoury

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