What Sold during Armory Week
- lightbox Vacuuming the Gallery, 1949 (2018) for $750,000, at the booth of New York’s 303 Gallery.
- Untitled (DNA Series) (2017), which Los Angeles gallery Kayne Griffin Corcoran sold for $375,000.
- Two works by Zeno X Gallery: Mud Boy II (2019) for $400,000, and The Mother (2007) for $270,000.
- SMALL WAIT III (2016), which sold for $260,000 at Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac.
- Ropac also sold Figura P (2018) for $225,000.
- Helwaser Gallery, hailing from the Upper East Side, sold Tree (ca. 1967) for a price between $150,000 and $200,000.
- Immersive Integral Midnight (2018), which was sold by David Nolan Gallery for $110,000.
- Eclipse Rainbow (1999), which was sold by London-based dealer Maureen Paley for $100,000.
- Me as Madame and Monsieur Duchamp (2018), also sold at Maureen Paley, for £48,000 ($62,800).
- Four works by Franklin Williams sold by L.A.’s Parker Gallery, for $25,000 to $55,000.
- A large work by the Mexican artist Timothy Taylor for $48,000.
- All of the David Kordansky Gallery, each of which were going for prices between $25,000 and $40,000.
- Over 60 portraits that the dealer-slash-artist
Corrections: A previous version of this article incorrectly referred to The Armory Show’s Platform sector as the “Projects” sector. Additionally, works by Paul Mpagi Sepuya were sold to trustees of the Whitney Museum of American Art and the Guggenheim Museum, not the museums themselves, and the works were not $14,000 a piece, but as a pair. The text has been updated to reflect these changes.