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June 20, 2016

Live Sales Report: Art Basel 2016 (Day 4)

Artinfo By Nicholas Forrest

Fergus McCaffrey (New York, St. Barth, Tokyo) reports the sale of works in a broad price range of $60,000 to $550,000 from their booth featuring pieces by Carol Rama, Sigmar Polke, Toshio Yoshida, and Jiro Yoshihara to clients from the US, Japan, Hong Kong, France, Norway, Lebanon, and Greece.

“After a quiet first quarter of the year in the art market, Art Basel has once again proven to be the rallying point for great art and art collectors. Basel has always been a strong fair for us, and our four-artist presentation of Carol Rama, Sigmar Polke, Toshio Yoshida, and Jiro Yoshihara has been a magnet for serious collectors. On the first two days of the fair we sold 14 works [...] Given the scope of these new and existing clients and the geographical diversity of the work we are showing (an Italian, a German, and two Japanese [artists]), it suggests an ever-globalizing art market and a growing sophistication for rigorous and thoughtful art. It has been a most rewarding beginning to our week in Basel,” commented Fergus McCaffrey.
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May 13, 2016

What to See in New York Art Galleries This Week

The New York Times By Ken Johnson

The American artist Marcia Hafif is highly regarded for the subtly sensuous monochrome paintings she began making in the early 1970s. Her fans are likely to be surprised, as I was, by her exhilarating exhibition of nearly 50 paintings and works on paper at Fergus McCaffrey. Created in Rome from 1961 to 1969, they are being presented for the first time in the United States. Read More