Hauser and Wirth sold a Louise Bourgeois work in the range of $1 million, a work by Ed Clark for $650,000, a George Condo painting for $800,000, a Rashid Johnson work for $750,000, a work by Simone Leigh at $300,000, Gary Simmons at $200,000, and a Günther Förg at $560,000.
James Cohen sold a number of mixed media canvases by Trenton Doyle Hancock for prices ranging between $38,000-$60,000.
David Zwirner sold out their booth of new Dana Schutz paintings at prices ranging $700,000-$900,000, and sculptures for $160,000-$250,000.
Kasmin sold numerous works priced from $8,000–$350,000 by artists including Cynthia Daignault, Liam Everett, Jan-Ole Schiemann, Elliott Puckette, Tina Barney, Walton Ford, JB Blunk, and Matvey Levenstein.
Lehmann Maupin sold out of works by Dominic Chambers for prices ranging from $35,000 to $40,000 and work by Hernan Bas for between $350,000 and $400,000. Goodman Gallery sold a William Kentridge drawing at $700,000 and two quilt tapestries by Hank Willis Thomas at $120,000 and $84,000.