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Courtesy the artist and Lehmann Maupin, New York, Hong Kong, and Seoul

Art Basel

Here's what has sold so far from Art Basel's Online Viewing Rooms

From a tribute to a guerrilla soldier and priest to an exploration of black female beauty, collectors snap up pictures on fair's VIP day

White Cube has sold Michael Armitage's Account of an Illiterate Man (2020), an oil on Lubugo bark cloth, for £225,000. The gallery will hold an online exhibition of new works on paper by Armitage from 6 July to 16 August
Copyright the artist. Courtesy White Cube

White Cube has sold Michael Armitage's Account of an Illiterate Man (2020), an oil on Lubugo bark cloth, for £225,000. The gallery will hold an online exhibition of new works on paper by Armitage from 6 July to 16 August

David Zwirner sold Jeff Koons's ​Balloon Venus Lespugue (Red,​ 2013–2019 ) for $8m to a collector in Europe, the most expensive work ever sold online by the gallery
© Jeff Koons

David Zwirner sold Jeff Koons's ​Balloon Venus Lespugue (Red,​ 2013–2019 ) for $8m to a collector in Europe, the most expensive work ever sold online by the gallery

An oil on panel by Jules de Balincourt, Park People Versus Forrest People (2020), sold by Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac for $45,000
© the artist. Courtesy of the artist and Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, London • Paris • Salzburg. Photo: Jason Mandella

An oil on panel by Jules de Balincourt, Park People Versus Forrest People (2020), sold by Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac for $45,000

Lee Krasner's Untitled (around 1979-1980), a mixed media on paper work, sold by Kasmin Gallery for $240,000
Courtesy of Kasmin Gallery

Lee Krasner's Untitled (around 1979-1980), a mixed media on paper work, sold by Kasmin Gallery for $240,000

 Di Donna Galleries sold this painting, titled Galanteig (1952), by Antoni Tàpies for between $300,000 and $400,000
© 2020 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / ADAGP, Paris

Di Donna Galleries sold this painting, titled Galanteig (1952), by Antoni Tàpies for between $300,000 and $400,000

Mark Bradford, The Press of Democracy (2020): this new multi-layered work sold to "a highly respected collection", by Hauser & Wirth or $5m

Mark Bradford, The Press of Democracy (2020): this new multi-layered work was sold to "a highly respected collection" by Hauser & Wirth for $5m

Mickalene Thomas, Sugar Baby (2004): this lovely exploration female black beauty, priced at $240,000, was sold by Lévy Gorvy
© Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York

Mickalene Thomas, Sugar Baby (2004): this exploration black female beauty, priced at $240,000, was sold by Lévy Gorvy

Cecilia Vicuña, Camilo Torres (1978): a Korean collector snapped up this early painting of the Colombian guerrilla soldier and priest Camilo Torres for $375,000 at Lehmann Maupin. The picture will appear in the forthcoming Gwangju Biennale, which is due to open in February 2021
Courtesy the artist and Lehmann Maupin, New York, Hong Kong, and Seoul

Cecilia Vicuña, Camilo Torres (1978): a Korean collector snapped up this early painting of the Colombian guerrilla soldier and priest Camilo Torres for $375,000 at Lehmann Maupin. The picture will appear in the forthcoming Gwangju Biennale, which is due to open in February 2021

Detail of Keith Haring's Untitled (1982): a VIP picked up this lively day-glo painting by the late US artist from Gladstone Gallery for $4.75m
© Keith Haring Foundation, Photo © Yannick Sas

Detail of Keith Haring's Untitled (1982): a VIP picked up this lively day-glo painting by the late US artist from Gladstone Gallery for $4.75m