About € 26 million – that’s the all-time record result of Ketterer Kunst‘s auctions in the first half-year of 2015. Accordingly, Germany’s top selling auction house did not only excel its best semi-annual record so far from 2014 by almost € 6 million, it also realized the highest individual prices in Germany, as well as new records, for instance for works by Lucio Fontana, Enrico Castellani, Johannes Jan Schoonhoven and Günther Uecker. Last weekend’s summer auctions made for numerous top results and records at the traditional Munich auction house. Günther Uecker’s nail object “Hommage à Paul Scheerbart (Scheerbartwesen)” soared from a calling price of € 300,000 to the new record price of € 1,875,000. Thus Ketterer Kunst now occupies the first three positions of auction results for works by Günther Uecker world-wide, additionally, all three results established the artist’s price level beyond the mill

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