Price Check! Here’s What Sold—and for How Much—at Art Basel Miami Beach 2022

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December in many parts of the world means the official kick off to the yuletide season, when it’s finally acceptable to turn on Mariah Carey and trim the tree. In the art world, of course, December means only one thing: it’s time for Miami Art Week.

This year, the marquee Art Basel fair in Miami celebrated its—count ’em—20th edition. It was an impressive milestone for the fair, which in its infancy attracted just a fraction of the well-heeled art collectors, and very few (if any) of the celebrities, that now consider Art Week a highlight of the social calendar.

Beyond the glitz of the fair, however, the undeniable fact of an impending recession was a main topic of conversation. Outgoing Art Basel director Marc Spiegler touted the event as “the most important fair in the most important market in the world,” and collectors were buying, just at a slower pace and lower price point than in the past three years. Blue-chip galleries like Pace, Hauser & Wirth, Gladstone Gallery, and White Cube still managed to find buyers for seven-figure works, but modestly-priced and sized works were more in-demand.

Perhaps the most-talked about work at the fair was MSCHF’s (2022) at Perrotin, an Instagrammable gimmick to rival the gallery’s 2019 presentation of Maurizio Cattelan’s banana wall-sculpture. The ATM machine ranked visitors based on their bank accounts, and perhaps in a barometer of the state of the art market, celebrity DJ Diplo took his place at the top of the leaderboard this weekend.

Below, as always, is our roundup of reported sales at the fair, converted to USD for ease of reading. And, as always, it’s worth keeping in mind that only galleries who choose to share figures are included in this list, so it’s disproportionately skewed toward those who sold the most stuff.

PAINTINGS

Philip Guston, Studio in Small Town (1979). © The Estate of Philip Guston Courtesy the Estate and Hauser & Wirth. Photo: Genevieve Hanson.

$7 million: Philip Guston,  (1979) at Hauser & Wirth

$7 million: Agnes Martin,  (1998) at Pace

$4.5 million: Keith Haring,  (1981) at Gladstone Gallery

$3.8 million: Andy Warhol,  (1964) at Pace

$3 million to $4 million each: Paintings by Michael Armitage at White Cube

$3 million: George Condo,  (2022) at Hauser & Wirth

$2.8 million: Kerry James Marshall,  (1997) at Jack Shainman Gallery

$2.5 million: Mark Bradford,  (2022) at Hauser & Wirth

$1.4 million: Georg Baselitz,  (2020) at Thaddaeus Ropac

$1.36 million: A work by Günther Förg at White Cube

$1.26 million: A work by Georg Baselitz at White Cube

$1.2 million: Alex Katz,  (2022) at Gladstone Gallery

$1.2 million: Lynne Drexler,  (1964) at Berry Campbell

$1 million: Beatriz Milhaze, (2021) at Pace

$1 million: Robert Rauschenberg, ) (1994-95) at Edward Tyler Nahem

$975,000: Rashid Johnson,  (2022) at David Kordansky

$975,000: Rashid Johnson, (2022) at Hauser & Wirth

$916,000: A painting by Tracey Emin at White Cube

$896,000: A painting by Tracey Emin at Xavier Hufkens

$838,000: Lee Ufan, (1989) at Kamel Mennour

$800,000: Avery Singer,  (2022) at Hauser & Wirth

$790,000: Giorgio De Chirico,  (1955) at Cardi Gallery

$750,000: Henry Taylor, (2020) at Hauser & Wirth

$750,000: A painting by Alex Katz at Gladstone Gallery

$750,000: Jonas Wood,  (2022) at David Kordansky

$750,000: Jean-Michel Basquiat,  (1982) at Cheim & Read

$675,000: Sam Gilliam, Half Circle Cape II (1972) at Cheim & Read

$650,000: Ed Clark,  (2006) at Hauser & Wirth

$650,000: Carroll Dunham,  (2013-15) at Gladstone Gallery

$600,000: Wangechi Mutu, (2022) at Gladstone Gallery

$550,000: Olga de Amaral,  (1988) at Lisson Gallery

$550,000 each: Two works by Theaster Gates at White Cube

$550,000: Wade Guyton,  (2022) at Galerie Chantal Crousel

$550,000: Mary Corse,  (2022) at Pace

$535,000: Lynne Drexler,  (1967) at Berry Campbell

$500,000: Jennifer Guidi, (2022) at David Kordansky

$500,000: Lynne Drexler,  (1963) at Berry Campbell

UNDER $500,000

$450,000 to $550,000: Huang Yuxing, Karman Line (Large)/卡⻔ 线(⼤) (2022) at Almine Rech

$450,000: Hernan Bas,  (2022) at Perrotin

$450,000 to $700,000 each: Two paintings by Joe Bradley at Xavier Hufkens

$450,000 to $500,000: A painting by Nicolas Party at Xavier Hufkens

$450,000: Loie Hollowell, (2022) at Pace

$450,000: Lynne Drexler,  (1966) at Berry Campbell

$420,000: Ha Chong-hyun,  (2022) at Blum & Poe

$405,000: Carlos Cruz-Diez,  (2010) at Galeria Raquel Arnaud

$385,000: Louise Fishman,  (2010) at Cheim & Read

$367,000 to $471,000: Javier Calleja, (2022) at Almine Rech

$350,000: Leon Polk Smith,  (1988) at Lisson Gallery

$350,000 to $400,000: Ha Chong-Hyun, (2021) at Kukje Gallery

$350,000: Hélio Oiticica Untitled (Grupo Frente), (1955) at Lisson Gallery

$325,000: Ron Gorchov,  (1990) at Cheim & Read

$275,000: Eddie Martinez,  (2021) at Blum & Poe

$250,000 to $350,000: Gerald Williams,  (1971) at Kavi Gupta

$250,000: Tavares Strachan,  (2022) at Perrotin

$237,000: Mimmo Paladino,  (2013) at Cardi Gallery

$230,000: Firelei Báez,  (2022) at James Cohan

$225,000: McArthur Binion,  (2022) at Lehmann Maupin

$221,000: Idris Khan,  (2022) at Sean Kelly

$220,000 to $250,000: Ha Chong Hyun,  (2022) at Almine Rech

$209,000: Martha Jungwirth,  (2022) at Thaddaeus Ropac

$200,000: Alvaro Barrington,  (2022) at Sadie Coles HQ

$200,000: Rodney Graham, (2022) at Lisson Gallery

$190,000: Diedrick Brackens,  (2022) at Jack Shainman Gallery

$180,000: Vaughn Spann,  (2022) at David Castillo

#178,000: Maryan S. Maryan,  (1969) at Kamel Mennour

$175,000: Alex Da Corte,  (2022) at Sadie Coles HQ

$175,000: Angel Otero,  (2022) at Hauser & Wirth

$175,000: Rob Pruitt,  (2022) at Massimo de Carlo

$175,000: Joel Mesler,  (2022) at David Kordansky

$157,000: Martha Jungwirth,  (2022) at Thaddaeus Ropac

$150,000 to $400,000 each: Three paintings by McArthur Binion at Xavier Hufkens

$150,000 to $200,000: Larry Poons,  (2019) at Almine Rech

$150,000 to $200,000: Leelee Kimmel,  (2020-21) at Almine Rech

$150,000: A painting by McArthur Binion at Xavier Hufkens

$140,000: Bosco Sodi,  (2019) at Cardi Gallery

$140,000: Tomoo Gokita, (2022) at Blum & Poe

$140,000: A painting by Liu Wei at White Cube

$140,000: Ron Gorchov,  (1992) at Cheim & Read

$140,000: Eddy Kamauanga Ilunga,  (2022) at Edward Tyler Nahem

$120,000: Rirkrit Tiravanija,  (2022) at Galerie Chantal Crousel

$120,000: Jenna Gribbon,  (2022) at David Kordansky

$120,000: Abraham Palatnik,  (2019) at Almine Rech

$110,000: A work by Sayre Gomez at Xavier Hufkens

$110,000: Cheyney Thompson,  (2022) at Lisson Gallery

$110,000: Alex Katz,  (2021) at Thaddaeus Ropac

$100,000 each: Devin B. Johnson,  (2022) and  (2022) at Nicodim Gallery

$100,000: Michael Williams,  (2022) at David Kordansky

$100,000: Allison Katz,  (2022) at Hauser & Wirth

UNDER $100,000

Installation view, Anat Ebgi Gallery booth at Art Basel Miami Beach, 2022. Works by Greg Ito and Faith Wilding.

$95,000: Hugo McCloud,  (2014) at Sean Kelly

$90,000: Aaron Garber-Maikovska,  (2022) at Massimo de Carlo

$90,000: Lauren Quin,  (2022) at Blum & Poe

$85,000: Caroline Kent,  (2022) at Casey Kaplan

$85,000: Jesse Mockrin,  (2022) at James Cohan Gallery

$85,000: Mimi Lauter,  (2021) at Blum & Poe

$80,000: Trenton Doyle Hancock,  (2020) at James Cohan Gallery

$80,000: Xaveria Simmons,  (2018) at David Castillo

$80,000: Ferrari Sheppard,  (2022) at Massimo de Carlo

$80,000: Shinique Smith,  (2022) at David Castillo

$75,000: Umar Rashid, On the beach of the Storm King, any day can be your last. He-No†and his wife, the rainbow put a definitive end to the Dutch river raiders of the Venus in Furs Company. The amphibious rescue was also a disaster. A moment of chaos and quiet. 1795.†, (2022) at Blum & Poe

$75,000: Nir Hod,  (2022) at Kohn Gallery

$75,000: Maysha Mohamedi,  (2022) at Pace

$75,000: Friedrich Kunath,  (2022) at Blum & Poe

$75,000: March Avery,  (1989) at Blum & Poe

$70,000: Greg Ito, (2022) at Anat Ebgi Gallery

$70,000: Austyn Weiner,  (2022) at Massimo de Carlo

$70,000: Lily Stockman,  (2022) at Massimo de Carlo

$70,000: Jenna Gribbon,  (2022) at Massimo de Carlo

$70,000: Marco Pariani,  (2022) at Cheim & Read

$70,000 each: Two works by Julia Wachtel at Super Dakota

$67,352: Andreas Eriksson,  (2021) at Stephen Friedman Gallery

$65,000: Sam Moyer,  (2022) at Sean Kelly

$60,000: Solange Pessoa, (2021-21) at Blum & Poe

$60,000: Naudline Pierre,  (2022) at James Cohan Gallery

$60,000 each: Austyn Weiner,  and  both (2022) at Massimo de Carlo

$58,000: Cheyney Thompson,  (2019) at Lisson Gallery

$55,000: Bill Jensen,  (2022) at Cheim & Read

$55,000: Rachel Maclean, (2022) at Josh Lilley

$55,000: Celeste Rapone,  (2022) at Josh Lilley

$55,000: Fabrice Gygi,  (2022) at Galerie Chantal Crousel

$50,000 to $80,000: Lucy Bull,  (2022) at David Kordansky

$50,000: Greg Ito,  (2022) at Anat Ebgi Gallery

$45,000: Nikki Maloof,  (2022) at Perrotin

$45,000: Raúl Cordero,  (2022) at Mai 36 Galerie

$42,000: Caroline Kent,  (2022) at Patron

$42,000: Owen Fu,  (2022) at Balice Hertling

$40,000: Kyle Thurman,  (2022) at David Lewis

$40,000: Ser Serpas, (2022) at Balice Hertling

$40,000 each: Reginald O’Neal,  and  both (2022) at Spinello Projects

$36,000: Greg Ito,  (2022) at Anat Ebgi Gallery

$35,000: Raul Guerrero,  (2022) at David Kordansky

$35,000: Davide Baliano,  (2022) at Cardi Gallery

$35,000: Yesiyu Zhao,  (2022) at David Castillo

$32,000: Greg Ito,  (2022) at Anat Ebgi Gallery

$30,000 to $70,000 each: Three paintings by Cassi Namoda at Xavier Hufkens

$30,000: Van Hanos, (2022) at Lisson Gallery

$30,000: Blair Thurman,  (2022) at Galerie Frank Elbaz

$25,000: Judith Eisler,  (2022) at Casey Kaplan

$16,000: Mercedes Llanos,  (2022) at Balice Hertling

$15,000: Autumn Wallace, (2022) at Josh Lilley

SCULPTURES & INSTALLATIONS & VIDEOS

Sameer Khosla add his bank account balance to MSCHF's ATM Leaderboard (2022) at Perrotin's booth at Art Basel Miami Beach. Photo by Sarah Cascone.

Sameer Khosla add his bank account balance to MSCHF’s (2022) at Perrotin’s booth at Art Basel Miami Beach. Photo by Sarah Cascone.

$950,000: Anish Kapoor,  (2022) at Lisson Gallery

$850,000: Isamu Noguchi, (ca. 1943) at Pace

$675,000: Robert Rauschenberg,  (1985) at Thaddaeus Ropac

$650,000: Carmen Herrera,  (1967/2016) at Lisson Gallery

$650,000: Glenn Ligon, (2022) at Hauser & Wirth

$600,000: A sculpture by Louise Bourgeois at Xavier Hufkens

$550,000: Yoshitomo Nara,  (2020) at Blum & Poe

$525,000: Tom Sachs,  (2021) at Thaddaeus Ropac

$500,000: Fred Eversley,  (2022) at David Kordansky

$450,000: Urs Fischer,  (2022) at Sadie Coles HQ

$450,000: Alex Katz,  (2021) at Edward Tyler Nahem

$425,000: Nari Ward’s (2022) at Lehmann Maupin

$375,000: Nicole Eisenman,  (2021) at Hauser & Wirth

$375,000: A sculpture by Thomas Houseago at Xavier Hufkens

$350,000: Ugo Rondinone,  (2022) at Gladstone Gallery

$350,000: Ugo Rondinone,  (2022) at Gladstone Gallery

$300,000: Six tapestries titled  by Calida Rawles at Lehmann Maupin

$250,000: Dan Flavin, (1995) at Cardi Gallery

$220,000: Kevin Beasley, (2022) at Casey Kaplan

$200,000: A bronze sculpture by Rose B. Simpson at Jessica Silverman

$180,000: Nick Cave,  (2022) at Jack Shainman Gallery

$175,000: Kehinde Wiley, (2020) at Sean Kelly

$175,000: Tom Friedman,  (2022) at Stephen Friedman Gallery

$168,000: Jannis Kounellis, (2013) at Cardi Gallery

$165,000: Fred Wilson (2009) at Pace

$150,000: Raul Mourão,  (2021) at Nara Roesler

$150,000: Michal Rovner,  (2021) at Pace

$150,000: Betty Woodman, (1990) at David Kordansky

$145,000: Alvaro Barrington,  (2022) at Blum & Poe

$130,000: A bronze sculpture by Joel Shapiro at Pace

$125,000: Daniel Arsham,  (2022) at Perrotin

$120,000: Richard Aldrich,  (2021-22) at Gladstone Gallery

$110,000 each: Alex Katz,  (2010) and  (2022) at Gladstone Gallery

$110,000: Maureen Gallace,  (2022) at Gladstone Gallery

$95,000: Emanoel Araújo,  (2015) at Jack Shainman Gallery

$90,000: Igshaan Adams, 2022) at Casey Kaplan

$87,500: Kader Attia,  (2021) at Lehmann Maupin

$80,000: Hugh Hayden,  (2022) at Lisson Gallery

$76,000: A ceramic sculpture by Woody De Othello at Jessica Silverman

$75,000: MSCHF, (2022) at Perrotin

$75,000: Alison Elizabeth Taylor,  (2022) at James Cohan Gallery

$74,000: A small bronze by Tracey Emin

$72,000 each: Four small bronzes by Tracey Emin at Xavier Hufkens

$70,000: Awol Erizku  (2022) at Sean Kelly 

$65,000: Loló Soldevilla, (1956) at Sean Kelly

$60,000: Pepe Mar,  (2022) at David Castillo

$60,000: A small ceramic by Rose B. Simpson at Jessica Silverman

$50,000: Jennifer Guidi,  (2022) at David Kordansky

$50,000: Tuan Andrew Nguyen,  (2022) at James Cohan Gallery

$45,000 to $50,000: Gimhongsok,  (2015) at Kukje Gallery

$45,000: Guan Xiao, (2022) at David Kordansky

$45,000: Mimosa Echard,  (2022) at Galerie Chantal Crousel

$40,000: Kaniel Knorr,  (2022) at Galerie nächst St. Stephan Rosemarie Schwarzwälder

$35,000 to $100,000 each: Three sculptures by Jean-Michel Othoniel at Perrotin

$35,000: Kathy Butterly,  (2022) at James Cohan Gallery

$22,000 each: Rirkrit Tiravanija, (2022);  (2022); and (2022) at Gladstone Gallery

$19,000: David Douard,  (2022) at Galerie Chantal Crousel

$18,000: Martine Syms,  (2022) at Sadie Coles HQ

$10,000 each: Faith Wilding, 2022) and  (2021) at Anat Ebgi Gallery

PHOTOGRAPHS, PRINTS, & WORKS ON PAPER

Robert Longo, Untitled (Ghost Stadium) (2022). ©
Robert Longo / Artist Rights Society (ARS), New York.

$800,000: Robert Longo,  (2022) at Pace

$700,000: Robert Longo,  (2022) at Thaddaeus Ropac

$525,000: Three editions of Tom Friedman’s (2022) at Lehmann Maupin

$500,000 Toyin Ojih Odutola,  (2021-22) at Jack Shainman Gallery

$300,000: Cindy Sherman, (2017/2018) at Hauser & Wirth

$275,000: Joan Mitchell,  (1991) at Cheim & Read

$250,000: A work on paper by Milton Avery at Xavier Hufkens

$225,000: Adrian Ghenie,  (2022) at Pace

$140,000: Yoshitomo Nara,  (2021) at Blum & Poe

$105,000: Georg Baselitz,  (2022) at Thaddaeus Ropac

$95,000: Camille Henrot,  (2022) at Hauser & Wirth

$95,000 each: Two gouaches on paper by Lynne Drexler at Berry Campbell

$90,000: Jonas Wood,  (2007) at Edward Tyler Nahem

$90,000: Thomas Ruff, (2007) at Mai 36 Galerie

$65,000 each: Two photographs by Robert Mapplethorpe at Gladstone Gallery

$60,000: A large-scale photograph honoring Frederick Douglass by Isaac Julien at Jessica Silverman

$50,000: Awol Erizku,  (2018-22) at Sean Kelly

$50,000 to $100,000: Deana Lawson,  (2022) at David Kordansky

$50,000: Ángeles Agrela,  (2022) at Nicodim Gallery

$48,000: Sarah Ball,  (2022) at Stephen Friedman Gallery

$35,000 to $50,000 each: Three works by Vik Muniz at Nara Roesler

$34,000: Bethany Collins,  (2022) at Patron

$32,000:  Torbjørn Rødland, , (2019-22) at David Kordansky

$25,000: Phyllida Barlow,(2021) at Hauser & Wirth

$20,000: Robert Mapplethorpe photograph at Gladstone Gallery

$20,000: Siji Krishnan, (2020) at Kohn Gallery

$8,000: Nikita Kadan, (2022) at Galerie Jérôme Poggi

$7,000 each: Nikita Kadan,  (2022) and  (2022) at Galerie Jérôme Poggi

$6,500: Carla Chaim,  (2021) at Galeria Raquel Arnaud

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