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Art Basel bounces back as galleries report brisk sales in the 'sweet spot of £500,000 to £5m'

Swiss billionaire Maja Hoffmann, private museum founder Udo Brandhorst from Munich, Robbie and Daniella Antonio from Manila, Freda and Izak Uziyel from London, Slovenian millionaire investor Igor Lah, and Brussels private museum owner Walter Vanhaerents. The fair was also teeming with museum directors and curators.Art Basel is the kind of place where you would expect to find $20m plus artworks, but this year, they were few and far between.

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Swiss billionaire Maja Hoffmann, private museum founder Udo Brandhorst from Munich, Robbie and Daniella Antonio from Manila, Freda and Izak Uziyel from London, Slovenian millionaire investor Igor Lah, and Brussels private museum owner Walter Vanhaerents. The fair was also teeming with museum directors and curators.Art Basel is the kind of place where you would expect to find $20m plus artworks, but this year, they were few and far between.
Marta Balaga Discussing her career at Zurich Film Festival, Sharon Stone also commented on the referendum taking place on the same day in Switzerland, with nearly two-thirds of Swiss voters backing the introduction of same-sex marriage. “It should be more because when is anyone else’s sex life your business? You may not like it, you may not understand it, but it doesn’t belong to you,” she said.

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