The hammer has just stopped pounding on the first day of the Saint Laurent auction in Paris and the news is better than expected. WSJ:By KELLY CROW and MAX COLCHESTER
"Not everything valuable plunges. Despite the grim economic environment, the art market let out a collective sigh of relief as Christie's in Paris successfully auctioned €206 million ($266.7 million) of Impressionist and modern artworks collected by the late designer Yves Saint Laurent and his partner, Pierre Berge." Full story here, Wall Street. Journal
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