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    Alix De Saint-Hilaire

     +33 (0)1 45 44 12 71
    a.desainthilaire@piasa.fr

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    Martin Jalabert

     +33 (0)1 53 34 10 06
    m.jalabert@piasa.fr

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    Alix De Saint-Hilaire

     +33 (0)1 45 44 12 71
    a.desainthilaire@piasa.fr

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    Martin Jalabert

     +33 (0)1 53 34 10 06
    m.jalabert@piasa.fr

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    Dora Blary
     +33 (0)1 53 34 13 30
    d.blary@piasa.fr
  • A lot to come for the end of this year

  • Ecole ITALIENNE du XIXème siècle 
    Adoration des mages 
    Panneau doublé 
    49 x 34 cm 
    Restaurations anciennes

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    Isabelle  MILSZTEIN
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    i.milsztein@piasa.fr

RESULTS: HELLENIC ART I WEDNESDAY 25 NOVEMBER 2015

Greek art was in the spotlight at PIASA on Wednesday 25 November, when a sale of high-quality 20th and 21st century works attracted French and international connoisseurs.

Highlight was a rare Eolienne by Takis (lot 33) – displayed in the PIASA courtyard for several weeks ahead of the auction – that brought €95,400, setting a new record for a monumental work by the artist. As Daniel Abadie wrote in Takis dans la Forêt de Signes, ‘what really matters in Takis’ œuvre (is) what cannot be seen: the movement of air….’ 

A 1970 Triple Signal (lot 13) by Takis – important evidence of his research about the materialization of invisible forces – made €39,928.

There was also great success for Nelly’s silver prints from the 1930s, with her view of Santorini (lot 65) soaring to €4,894 against an estimate of just €500-700; and for bronzes –  a pair of sculptures by Memos Makris (lot 52) took €39,928 (est. €18,000-25,000) and a contemporary work by Vana Xenou brought €20,608.  

*All prices include buyer’s premium