Phillips London Contemporary Sale Totals $18.8 M.

Rudolf Stingel, "Untitled (Bolego)", 2007. (Courtesy Artnet.com)

Rudolf Stingel, “Untitled (Bolego)”, 2007. (Courtesy Artnet.com)

The contemporary art evening sale at Phillips London last night scored a total of £12,330,000 ($18,864,900). The top lot was Glenn Brown’s Oscillate Wildly (after ‘Autumnal Cannibalism’ 1936 by Salvador Dali), which sold for £2,882,500 ($4,410,225). Rudolf Stingel’s 2007 Untitled (Bolego) also did well, selling for £782,500 ($1,197,225) and setting an auction record for a self-portrait by the artist, according to Phillips. (That’s a pretty esoteric record, but uh, who am I to judge?)

Oscar Murillo, something of a break out star in this round of auctions, continued his winning streak, selling for £146,500 ($224,145). Get your own today, I guess.

Phillips London Contemporary Sale Totals $18.8 M.