Slow Day At Sotheby's Auction

David D'Arcy reports on a large art auction held last night at Sotheby's in New York. New price records were set for a Modigliani painting and a Giacometti sculpture, but half of the art put up for auction did not sell. Analysts believe the sale was slow because many Asian collectors were absent.

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