- In addition to the $2.6-million Marlene Dumas and $2-million Tuymans, David Zwirner sold a Liu Ye painting for $500,000, the Noah Davis painting Untitled (Man on Couch) (2009) for $360,000, Josh Smith's 2019 painting Karma Palms #4 for $250,000, and a Lucas Arruda painting for $100,000.
- Blum & Poe, which is headquartered in Los Angeles with outposts in New York and Tokyo, sold a 2018 charcoal-on-canvas work by Yoshitomo Nara for $275,000, as well as a 1997 watercolor by the artist for $150,000. The gallery also sold a Friedrich Kunath painting, The Last Perfect Day (2019), for $55,000; a new painting by Asuka Anastacia Ogawa, Walking (2020), for $48,000; and a Tony Lewis drawing, Notion (2019), for $45,000.
- Almine Rech sold a work by George Condo priced between $500,000 and $1 million, a Rudolf Polanszky piece for a figure between $50,000 and $100,000, and a Kim Tschang-Yeul piece for a figure between $10,000 and $25,000.
- Galleria Continua, which has locations in Italy, France, Cuba, and China, sold a metal sculpture by Antony Gormley for $482,000.
- New York's Paula Cooper Gallery sold a recent Cecily Brown painting, In the sort of a kind of a something mapped (2019-20), for a price in the range of $500,000 to $600,000.
- Gagosian sold Mary Weatherford's large neon painting Splendor in the Grass (2019) for $750,000. It also sold Tetsuya Ishida's grimly comic painting Derelict Building Worker's Chair (1996) for $500,000; an untitled 2019 painting by Zeng Fanzhi for $450,000; a bright yellow painting by rising star Jennifer Guidi, An Instance of Becoming (2019), for $300,000; and Jia Aili's 2019 painting Youth and Ultramarine for $260,000.
- Hauser & Wirth sold a Josef Albers painting, Study for Homage to the Square: Late Silence (1960), for $600,000. The gallery also sold Jenny Holzer's 2015 painting XX 8 for $350,000, and the riotous Pipilotti Rist video sculpture Wasserschatz (Schwarzlicht) or Water Treasure (Black Light) (2019) for $140,000.
- Lisson, which has spaces in Shanghai, London, and New York, sold a work by the 104-year-old hard-edge painter Carmen Herrera, Camino Negro (2017), for $850,000.