Price Check! Here’s What Sold—and for How Much—at the 2021 Edition of Frieze and Frieze Masters in London

Here's what dealers say they sold as the art scene returned to Regent's Park last week.

Hauser & Wirth, Frieze London 2021. Photo by Linda Nylind. Courtesy of Linda Nylind/Frieze.
Hauser & Wirth, Frieze London 2021. Photo by Linda Nylind. Courtesy of Linda Nylind/Frieze.

The results are in, and by the look of it, Frieze’s return to Regent’s Park in London was a smash success. Both Frieze London and its more staid great-aunt Frieze Masters proved fertile ground for international VIPs making the trip from around Europe, the U.S., and Asia.

Although sales news trickled in steadily, it was certainly at a slower pace than during last month’s Art Basel or pre-pandemic editions of Frieze. We’ve rounded up sales reported from galleries at the London fairs below. As always, keep in mind that these figures come from dealers directly and are not independently verified. Sales unaccompanied by prices are not included. All prices are converted to USD.

PAINTINGS

Xavier Hufkens, Frieze London 2021. Photo by Linda Nylind. Courtesy of Linda Nylind/Frieze.

$3.75 million: David Hockney, California Interior (1986) at Paul Coulon / Eykyn Maclean

$2.2 million: Kerry James Marshall, Black and Park Black Birds in America (Pigeon and Black Capped Chickadee no 2) (2021) at David Zwirner

$1.7 million: Günther Förg, Untitled (2007) at Hauser & Wirth

$1.4 million: Georg Baselitz, Simmer mit Dusche (2021) at Thaddaeus Ropac

$950,000: Alex Katz, Night House 2 at Thaddaeus Ropac

$581,000: François Morellet, 3 trames et 1 triangle (3 Grids and 1 Triangle) (1971) at Hauser & Wirth

$360,000: Park Seo-Bo No.110222 (2011) at White Cube

$350,000: Each of the paintings by Jennifer Guidi at Gagosian’s booth

$300,000: Each of three paintings by Oscar Murillo at David Zwirner

$250,000: Nigel Cooke Spartans (2021) at Pace

$250,000: Each of two paintings by Rose Wylie at David Zwirner

$250,000: A painting by Anita Steckel at Ortuzar Projects

$200,000: Gary Simmons, Queen of the Night (2019) at Hauser & Wirth

$200,000 to $450,000 each: Paintings by Beauford Delaney at Michael Rosenfeld Gallery

$180,000 to $600,000 each: Five paintings by Michaël Borremans at David Zwirner

$175,000: A painting by Loie Hollowell at Grimm Gallery

$175,000: Loie Hollowell, The breastfeeding talk (Cambria and Loie) (2021) at Pace

$174,000: Latifa Echakhch, Sun Set Down (diptyque 01) (2021) at Pace

$160,00: A new painting by Jadé Fadojutimi at Pippy Houldsworth Gallery

$150,000: A painting by Richard Estes at Waddington Custot

$150,000: A painting by Nicola L. at Alison Jacques Gallery

$145,000 to $170,000: A painting by Walter Swennen at Xavier Hufkens

$125,000 to $150,000: A painting by Ugo Rondinone at Xavier Hufkens

$125,000: Takesada Matsutani, L’arbre-5 (1999) at Hauser & Wirth

$116,00: Georg Baselitz, Ohne Titel (2021) at Thaddaeus Ropac

$104,000 to $130,000 each: Paintings by Sabine Moritz in Pilar Corrias booth

$95,000: A painting by Helen Johnson at Château Shatto

$87,000: Georg Baselitz, Ohne Titel (2021) at Thaddaeus Ropac

$85,000: Keith Coventry, Big Junk I (2021) at Pace

$85,000: Analia Saban, Woven Angle Gradient as Weft, Cadmium Red Medium (Nine O’Clock) (2021) at Spruth Magers

$78,000: A painting by Matthias Weischer at Grimm Gallery

$75,000: Brent Wadden, Untitled (2020) at Pace

$65,000 each: Two works by Torkwase Dyson at Pace

$64,000: Andreas Schulze, Untitled (HOMY DÄLYX XS), (2020) at Spurth Magers

$60,000 to $130,000 each: Several paintings by Karen Kilimnik at Spruth Magers

$60,000 to $70,000: A painting by Jonathan Horowitz at Xavier Hufkens

$52,000: Anne Imhof, Untitled (2021) at Spruth Magers

$50,000: A painting by Huma Bhabha at Xavier Hufkens

$48,000 to $55,000 each: A series of paintings by Roy Oxladew at Alison Jacques Gallery

$45,000: Parker Ito, 100% (2021) at Château Shatto

$37,000: A painting by Matthias Weischer at Grimm Gallery

$33,000: Natacha Donzé, The Atlas Polyptych (2021) at Parliament

$30,000 each: Seven paintings by Ella Walker at Casey Kaplan

$25,000 to $45,000 each: Nine paintings by Honor Titus at Timothy Taylor’s solo presentation of the artist

$22,000 to $60,000 each: 11 paintings by Gina Beavers at Marianne Boesky Gallery

$20,000: Jonny Negron, 2 Sexy at Château Shatto

$17,500 each: Eight paintings by Matthias Franz at Grimm Gallery

$17,000 each: Five paintings by Tjebbe Beekman at Grimm Gallery

$15,000: Van Hanos, Uno/Twin Flames (2021) at Château Shatto

$7,500 to $40,000 each: Four paintings by Louise Giovanelli at Grimm Gallery

$6,500-$22,000 each: 13 works by Joan Nelson at Adams and Ollman gallery

 

SCULPTURES & MIXED MEDIA

Rose Wylie, <i>Pineapple,</i> (2020), presented by David Zwirner. Frieze Sculpture 2021. Photo: Linda Nylind.

Rose Wylie, Pineapple (2020), presented by David Zwirner. Frieze Sculpture 2021. Photo: Linda Nylind.

$1.7 million total: More than 20 works from Do Ho Suh’s “Specimen Series” (2018) at Lehmann Maupin

$1.5 million: David Smith, Untitled (Hanging Sculpture) (1953) at Hauser & Wirth

$500,000: A wall sculpture by Lynda Benglis at Ortuzar Projects

$480,000: A large bronze by Tracey Emin at Xavier Hufkens

$300,000 to $450,000 each: Four sculptures by Carol Bove at David Zwirner

$300,000: A work by Sheila Hicks at Alison Jacques Gallery

$250,000: Rose Wylie, Pineapple (2021) at David Zwirner

$240,000: Mona Hatoum, +=- (2021) at White Cube

$206,000 each: Two editions of Thomas J Price’s Signals (2020) at Hauser & Wirth

$206,000 to $340,000: Christo, Yellow Store Front (Project) (1964) at Colnaghi

$200,000 each: Full edition of three of a bronze sculpture by Thomas Houseago at Xavier Hufkens

$180,000: Dieter Roth, Tischmatte Bali (From Office Table) (ca. 1996-98) at Hauser & Wirth

$140,000: Rosemarie Trockel, Color Assistant (2018) at Spruth Magers

$140,000 each: Two neon works by Tracey Emin at Xavier Hufkens

$104,000: Michail Pirgelis, Paradise Garage (2017) at Spruth Magers

$100,000: A sculpture by Lynda Benglis at Xavier Hufkens

$60,000: Isamu Noguchi, Squirrel (1984) at White Cube

$60,000: Virginia Overton, Untitled (O) (2020) at White Cube

$40,000: Pipilotti Rist, Eden, The Enlightened Granddaughter <Eden, die erleuchtete Enkelin> (Familie Elektrobranche_braun/orange) (2020) at Hauser & Wirth

$30,000 to $35,000: A sculpture by Evan Holloway at Xavier Hufkens

$25,000 t0 $85,000 each: Seven paintings by Lucy Bull at David Kordansky Gallery

$15,000: Aria Dean, ERASER (a new addition to the poets in my ear) (2021) at Château Shatto

 

PHOTOGRAPHS, PRINTS & WORKS ON PAPER

White Cube, Frieze London 2021. Photo by Linda Nylind. Courtesy of Linda Nylind/Frieze.

$650,000: Robert Longo, Untitled (Arctic Wolf) (2019) at Pace

$450,000: Marlene Dumas, Bronze Meryl (1998) at Hauser & Wirth

$350,000: Charles Gaines, Numbers and Trees: Palm Canyon Watercolor Series (2021) at Hauser & Wirth

$200,000: A work on paper by Paul McCarthy at Xavier Hufkens

$125,000: Paul McCarthy, A&E, EVA OWE, Santa Anita Session (2020) at Hauser & Wirth

$100,00 to $250,000 each: Two works on paper by Louise Bourgeois at Xavier Hufkens at Frieze London

$60,000 each: New drawings by Julie Mehretu at White Cube

$40,000 each: All of Jennifer Guidi’s works on paper at Gagosian

$35,00: Alex Prager, Hitchhiker (2019) at Lehmann Maupin

$27,000 to $48,000 each: Five gouaches by Tracey Emin at Xavier Hufkens

$22,000 to $25,000 each: Two photographs by Cao Fei from her “Nova” series (2019) at Spruth Magers

$17,000: Darren Almond, Koyo (Korankei Gorge) (2008) at White Cube

$15,000 each: Two photographs by Peter Campus at Cristin Tierney Gallery

$15,000 to $20,000: A photograph by Robert Mapplethorpe

$15,000: A work on paper by Charles Avery at Grimm Gallery

$12,000 each: Two works on paper by Ella Walker at Casey Kaplan

$4,200: Minoru Nomata, Square Drawing-188 (2014) at White Cube


Follow Artnet News on Facebook:


Want to stay ahead of the art world? Subscribe to our newsletter to get the breaking news, eye-opening interviews, and incisive critical takes that drive the conversation forward.

Share

Article topics