ART MARKET WATCH
Nov. 11, 2010Christie’s New York
evening sale of post-war and contemporary art on Nov. 10, 2010, included so many Andy Warhol
works that you’d think the factory was still turning them out. Of the 75 lots in the sale, 15 were by Warhol, or 20 percent, and all of them sold. "The more there is, the more the market wants," said Christie’s specialist Amy Cappellazzo
, creating a new Warhol koan. It made the sale feel especially glamorous, and very attuned to Pop culture.