The artist’s record-breaking sale this past September corresponds with two big breakthroughs in Biggers’s career. This past May, Biggers took over New York’s Rockefeller Center with a campus-wide installation. Organized and presented by the nonprofit Art Production Fund in partnership with Marianne Boesky Gallery, the installation’s centerpiece was a colossal 25-foot-tall bronze sculpture entitled Oracle. Around the same time, the Bronx Museum of the Arts was exhibiting the artist’s first museum retrospective. The show subsequently traveled to the California African American Museum, where it is currently on view through January of next year. With Biggers’s recent high-profile public installations and institutional support, collectors can expect the demand for the artist’s work on the primary and secondary markets to continue to soar.