At the Tuesday auction “Contemporary Art: The classics of the avant-garde after 1945” at DESA Unicum, another record was set in the history of the Polish art market. The painting Two Married Women by Andrzej Wróblewski was sold for a record price of PLN 13.44 million (including the auction fee), becoming not only the highest-selling painting in Poland, but also the highest-selling work of art on the Polish market. Previous records in both categories also belonged to DESA Unicum—before, the most expensive painting was M22 by Wojciech Fangor, sold for PLN 7.4 million in December 2020, and the most expensive work of art was Crowd III, consisting of 50 figures by Magdalena Abakanowicz, sold for PLN 13.2 million in October of this year. Last year’s painting value record was broken twice at the Tuesday auction: Detail 407817–434714 from the series 1965/1–∞ by Roman Opałka was sold for a record price of PLN 8.64 million (including the auction fee). It is the highest-selling work by this artist in the world. The total turnover from the auction was nearly PLN 32 million, which means that it was the top art auction in the history of the Polish market in terms of turnover.