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As part of its long-term plan to deaccession works to generate funds for the care of its collection, the Brooklyn Museum has announced a second round of works it plans to deaccession. These blue-chip works will head to sale at Sotheby’s New York modern and contemporary evening sale on October 28.

Sotheby’s has secured a remaining portion of works from the Brooklyn Museum’s collection to sell throughout the year across various sales, though it has yet to confirm an estimated total for the entire consignment. Together, the group of seven works scheduled to sell in the upcoming evening sale have a pre-sale low estimate of $12 million.

Sotheby’s has secured a remaining portion of works from the Brooklyn Museum’s collection to sell throughout the year across various sales, though it has yet to confirm an estimated total for the entire consignment. Together, the group of seven works scheduled to sell in the upcoming evening sale have a pre-sale low estimate of $12 million.

Read more on Art Market Monitor:

https://www.artmarketmonitor.com/2020/10/16/brooklyn-museum-to-sell-monet-miro-degas-and-more-at-sothebys-in-second-deaccesioning-round/

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