The 10 most expensive works by living women artists in 2015

Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama inside her Infinity Mirrored Room installation titled "The Souls of Millions of Light Years Away." (REUTERS/Mike Segar)

Artnet has compiled a list of the top ten most expensive living female artists, introducing some fresh faces in the list. According to their own price database, Cady Noland continues — since an earlier, midyear assessment — to hold the top spot with her May sale of “Bluewald” (1989)  for close to $9.8 million, and Yayoi Kusama comes in second with the sale of “RED B” (1960), for $7 million. The site deems 2015 “Yayoi Kusama’s year,” with the artist selling an impressive 488 lots at auction, with a sum total of $58 million. Artnet bills itself as the leading resource for the international art market, and the principal platform for art auctions on the Internet.

See the full list of works at Artnet.


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