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Flash News: NFT sales in Hong Kong – Macklowe Collection and Cox Collection [17/09/2021]

No return to business after the summer recess without NFTs!… Last week, from just two lots created by Yuga Labs in its online session “Ape In!” Sotheby’s generated $26.2 million, setting its latest record for an NFT sale. Of these two lots, a set of 101 YUGA LABS NFTs depicting monkeys sold for $24.4 million (101 […]

France’s place on the global art market six months after Brexit [15/06/2021]

In March earlier this year, Vincent Van Gogh’s Scène de rue Montmartre (Street scene in Montmartre) (1887) allowed France to reconnect with the very high-end of market. It generated the best French fine art auction result since the sale in October 2019 of Cimabue’s Christ Mocked. Sotheby’s and Mirabaud-Mercier chose Paris to sell this very […]

Eli Broad: the unreasonable collector [25/05/2021]

“The reasonable man adapts himself to the world; the unreasonable one persists in trying to adapt the world to himself. Therefore, all progress depends on the unreasonable man » George Bernard Shaw. Eli Broad made this maxim his own; he even alluded to it in the title of his autobiography / success manual published in 2012, […]

Over a billion dollars worth of art sold in New York this week [14/05/2021]

The high-end art market appears to have regained its full strength with sales totalling $691 million at Christie’s and $677 million at Sotheby’s. This week’s activity clearly signals a return to pre-pandemic dynamism. The two auction majors have just dispersed nearly $1.4 billion worth of Impressionist, Modern and Contemporary works (11 – 13 May). We […]

1958… when Sotheby’s took a decisive leap into the future [27/04/2021]

In the era of NFTs and the crypto-monetization of the art market, Artprice looks back to the 1950s when the first wave of auction modernization was largely initiated by Sotheby’s bold and dynamic chairman, Peter Wilson. It has often been said that the modern art market was born at 9:30 pm on 15 October 1958, […]

Historic volume of transactions in the first quarter [20/04/2021]

Despite all the restrictions art market professionals have faced, Q1 2021 ended with a historic record in terms of the number of lots sold on the auction market. During the first quarter of 2021, more than 112,000 artworks changed hands in auction sales around the world. This remarkable figure illustrates the strong growth dynamic of […]

A stimulating end of quarter at Sotheby’s [06/04/2021]

Having hosted Paris-London cross-geography and cross-category sales with a catalogue combining Giulio Romano and Gilbert & George, as well as Impressionist and Contemporary Art online sessions that elicited strong demand, Sotheby’s ended its first quarter on a high note with a total turnover of $208 million for 25 and 26 March alone. Van Gogh’s « Street […]

News in brief: from Van Gogh… to Beeple [05/03/2021]

Beeple drives interest in non-fungible tokens (NFTs) market Will it end up being the most expensive digital artwork of all time? The First 5000 Days (2021) by Mike Winkelmann, aka ‘BEEPLE’, is currently skyrocketing in a Christie’s online auction. On Monday 1 March, four days after the start of the sale, this unique digital collage […]

A look back over the major October art sales [03/11/2020]

Works by Old Masters, Impressionists, Modern artists and Contemporary artists were all on offer in prestige sales that ended a few days ago most of which defiantly ignored traditional  classifications. Christie’s had a Tyrannosaurus Rex skeleton and a painting by Monet, while Sotheby’s offered three sculptural Alfa-Romeos by Franco Scaglione alongside a work by Richard […]

Flash News: El Greco – Pandolfini masterpieces – Da Vinci at the Louvre [13/09/2019]

A major El Greco exhibition Grand Palais, Paris: 16 October 2019 – 10 February 2020 Spectacular, colorful and sensual, the paintings of El Greco (Domenikos EL GRECO, 1541-1614) represent – according to Charlotte Chastel-Rousseau, curator of Spanish and Portuguese painting at the Louvre Museum – the “final bloom” of the Renaissance. And yet, neither the […]

Top 10 beach scenes [28/06/2019]

As the summer season kicks in, Artprice takes a look at the Top 10 most-expensive beach paintings. Some of the art market’s most famous artists painted beach scenes… and some of these works are particularly appreciated by collectors. These week’s auction ranking takes a look at the market’s Top 10 most expensive beach scenes. At […]

Flash news: Foujita & Sanyu at Phillips’ – Aristophil… Chapter 3 [12/04/2019]

Phillips Exhibition in Paris: Foujita / Sanyu: Muses & Models, Phillips, which has not yet organized any public sales at its Paris office on Rue du Bac, recently organised an exceptional exhibition of works by the Japanese artist Tsuguharu FOUJITA (1886-1968) and the Chinese artist Chinese SAN Yu (1895-1966) at the Grand Palais. The show’s dates, […]

Top-selling drawings in Paris [05/04/2019]

In Artprice’s fortnightly series of auction rankings designed to help you identify the Art Market’s primary trends – this week’s Friday Top! article picks out the top 10 results during the intense week of drawing shows, fairs and auctions as part of Paris Drawing Week. Every year – for the past 13 years – Drawing […]

19th Century art – Top 10 sales [25/01/2019]

This week our fortnightly series of auction rankings – highlighting key trends in the art market – takes a look at 2018’s best results for 19th century masterpieces. In 2018 Christie’s was the clear leader on the highly lucrative segment of 19th century masterpieces, hammering 9 of the year’s top 10 auction results. Half of […]

New York’s ’s upcoming trophies [08/05/2018]

A Matisse “Odalisque” and a Fernand Léger “Grand déjeuner” both expected to fetch over $15 million, a Van Gogh likely to exceed $50 million, a museum-worthy Malevitch Suprematist composition – major works by some of history’s most sought-after artists. This year, New York’s May sales are taking the prestige factor to an impressive new level. […]

The 2017 Top 10 [22/12/2017]

It’s Top 10 Friday! Every other Friday, Artprice posts a theme-based auction ranking. For the last Top 10 of 2017 we look back at the highest sales in the world this year. More than 1 billion dollars The last Top 10 of the year is also the most impressive ever in the auction world, thanks […]

The London Top 10 [08/12/2017]

It’s Top 10 Friday! Every other Friday, Artprice posts a theme-based auction ranking. The Top 10 this week focuses on London, where the best sales of Impressionism and Modern art take place. The London art market is one of the most active in the world. Not only do tens of thousands of artworks change hands […]

Flash News! Records at Christie’s – Kirkeby – Gurlitt [17/11/2017]

A night of records at Christie’s In New York on 13 November 2017, the Christie’s Impressionist and Modern Art sale made an extraordinary impact, with sales totalling $491 million, the second-best result in Christie’s long history in this sales category. Monet, Vuillard, Van Gogh, Léger, Picasso and Magritte have, among other great artists, caused a […]

Price evolution of a Polynesian painting by Paul Gauguin, since 1895 [24/10/2017]

Paul GAUGUIN’s paintings from his first stay in Polynesia (1891 to 1893) have nearly all become prestige masterpieces in the world’s major museums, and those still in the hands of private collectors easily fetch millions of dollars. During the 1980s these paintings were at the heart of a speculative rush primarily focused on Impressionist and […]

Christie’s Impressionist & Modern Art sale: up +485% yoy [04/07/2017]

One week after Sotheby’s Impressionist & Modern Art sale in London, it was Christie’s turn to test the same market at its 27 June sale in King Street. And like its rival, the event produced a resoundingly positive result… The latest auction results from London are very encouraging after the sharp falls in turnover last […]

Flash News: Van Gogh at Christie’s – Basquiat and Warhol in the spotlight [16/06/2017]

Van Gogh at Christie’s There are artists whose name alone creates a stir in the whole art market. Vincent VAN GOGH is one of those rare iconic artists, even more so as his Portrait du Docteur Gachet has been for many years the most expensive painting ever sold at auction. On May 5th, 1990, the Japanese […]

Flash News: Vincent Van Gogh – Francis Bacon – Monaco [08/07/2016]

Every fortnight, Artprice provides a short round up of art market news: Vincent Van Gogh: finally, a retrospective in Arles. Francis Bacon in Monaco.

Top results for portrait paintings [01/07/2016]

In Artprice’s fortnightly series of auction rankings, today’s Friday Top article looks at the most expensive portraits in auction history.

The Top 10 Still Lifes [18/06/2015]

Fridays are the Best! Every other Friday, Artprice offers you a themed auction ranking. This week the ranking reveals the world’s 10 most popular Still Lifes and recognizes Western modern art as the most valued period.

Artprice: the all-time highest-grossing Fine Art auction sets new world records (updated with the results of yesterday evening’s auction) [12/05/2015]

All of Artprice’s econometrics department’s forecasts and statistics -published in its press releases prior to the auction- have been confirmed by the results of yesterday evening’s historic auction,

Artprice: the most impressive art sale ever to be held? [11/05/2015]

In its latest Global Art Market Annual Report, Artprice, the world leader in Art Market information, highlighted the exceptional growth of the global art market.

Artprice: the most impressive art sale ever to be held? [06/05/2015]

In its latest Global Art Market Annual Report, Artprice, the world leader in Art Market information, highlighted the exceptional growth of the global art market.

Top 10 unsold [16/01/2015]

Friday is Top day!Every other Friday, Artprice publishes a theme-based auction ranking. This week, the leaders in art market information take a look at 10 lots with such over-ambitious estimates that

Flash News: Sotheby’s Top 3 of Modern Art – Christie’s Top 3 of Modern Art – Latin American art – watch this space! [14/11/2014]

Every fortnight, Artprice provides a short round up of art market news: Sotheby’s Top 3 of Modern Art – Christie’s Top 3 of Modern Art – Latin American art – watch this space!

Top Tens in Europe. Chapter 4: Switzerland [24/10/2014]

Friday is Top day! Every other Friday, Artprice publishes a theme-based auction ranking. This week, we reveal the most outstanding bids in the Swiss market.

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