Andreas Gursky exhibition, New York

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Andreas Gursky exhibition, New York – Art – – International Design Interiors Fashion Travel
While art cannot be fairly judged on the basis of commercial standing alone, it’s difficult not to be captivated by a photograph with a $3.34 million price tag. Andreas Gursky’s ’99 Cent II Diptychon’ – a two-part, digitally-altered image depicting crammed supermarket aisles – set the record at Sotheby’s in February, 2007, for the highest price ever paid at auction for a single photograph. It was the third from the series of six identical prints to fetch above $2 million.

It’s always a question of timing. Would it fetch that much this year, now?

Gursky at the Matthew Marks Gallery in Manhattan.


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