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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.

London posts vigorous start to year… [11/02/2014]

After a week of New York sales dedicated to Old Masters, London’s auction market emerged from hibernation with Impressionist, Modern and Surrealist sales posting solid results. Both Juan GRIS and Camille PISSARRO buried their previous auction records by several million.

Flash News [28/11/2013]

Every fortnight, Artprice provides a short round up of art market news.

Top 10: The world’s most expensive works of art [11/10/2013]

Friday is Top day! Every other Friday, Artprice publishes a theme-based auction ranking. This week: the world’s ten most expensive works of art.

Living Japanese artists in 2012 [15/02/2013]

Friday is Top day! Every alternate Friday Artprice publishes a theme-based auction ranking. This week: the ten highest bids for living Japanese artists in 2012.

Art Market News in Brief! [05/10/2012]

Every fortnight, Artprice provides a short round up of art market news.

The major London sales [19/06/2012]

Impressionist and Modern

On 19 and 20 June 2012, Christie’s and Sotheby’s will be holding their evening sales of Impressionist and Modern Art, followed, the day after, by sales of more affordable works from the same periods.

Munch’s The Scream raises market ceiling and overturns art media hierarchy [04/05/2012]

Wednesday, May 2, the art market acquired a new all-time record for the sale of an artwork at a public auction when Sotheby’s New York sold of MUNCH’s The Scream for $107m ($119.9m including fees).

Antoni Tàpies – Poet of materials [21/02/2012]

Considered one of the last great artists of his generation, Antoni Tàpies died aged 88 on 6 February 2012.

The price of the self [02/09/2011]

Every fortnight Artprice provides you with a new or updated ranking in its Alternate-Friday Top Series. Today’s TOP article looks at the ten best auction results for self-portraits.

Auction records at Christie’s [12/12/2010]

Every fortnight Artprice posts a new or updated ranking in its Alternate-Friday Top Series. The theme of today’s TOP article is the 10 best-ever auction results generated by Christie’s.

Paris / London – forthcoming Impressionist & Modern Art sales [15/06/2010]

Before the art world settles down to a quiet summer, we can look forward to some profitable auction results in London at the sale of the Polaroid collection (to pay its debts) on 21 and 22 June, the Impressionist & Modern Art sales of 23 and 24 June and the Contemporary Art sales of 28 and 29 June.

The New York sales at new highs [28/10/2007]

On 6 and 7 November the two key sales of the auction season will take place in New York. Sotheby’s and Christie’s have assembled for the occasion a selection of important works by Paul Gauguin, Vincent Van Gogh, Claude Monet, Cézanne and even Franz Marc. To date, pre-sale estimates from the two auction houses have never been so high.

Artprice Top 5 [06/09/2004]

Each artist makes his/her own, large or small, contribution to the total market. And ranking them by auction turnover gives a good indication of the markets conditions, preferences and trends. Each year Artprice ranks artists by this criterion.

Sotheby’s sets historic record at auction [10/05/2004]

Sotheby’s has just made art market history. As we have been predicting since January (see AMI, 26 January 2004), we now have a new all-time record price for an artwork at auction: USD 93 million thanks to Pablo Picasso. Once taxes and commission are included, this was also the first time a painting has broken USD 100 million.

Gloomy times for impressionists while modernists triumph [16/11/2003]

The US art market was in fine form at the Impressionism and Modern Art evening sales. Thanks to a number of wealthy American bidders, several major lots went for more than their high estimates. A healthy 75 of 102 lots put up found buyers on the evenings of 4 and 5 November, and total turnover was USD 216 million.

New York under the spotlight [22/10/2003]

The evenings of 4 and 5 November see two of the biggest media events of the year: the eagerly awaited New York Impressionist & Modern Art sales. The art market is generally having a thin time, but is the same true at the very top end? We will find out when we see how the world’s wealthiest collectors receive the exceptional pieces on the stands in New York.

Art Market Alert III [08/10/2003]

Finding a niche in a declining market.

Collectors are being bombarded with offers aimed at reviving the current sluggish market. But the figures tell a different story. The buy-in ratio over the last six months has averaged 37% and auction houses are increasingly struggling to fill their catalogues. By 23 September, only 185 fine art sales had been announced for October 2003 compared to 263 a year earlier.

The top artists from the London summer auctions [21/07/2003]

Sotheby’s and Christie’s held their London Impressionist and Modern Art auctions on 23-24 June. With over 80% lots sold and a turnover of GBP 63 million at two evening sessions, the auctions were encouraging without being spectacular.

How do the art market heavyweights measure up? [15/06/2003]

The world’s top ten artists by turnover (see rankings) generated USD506 million at auction in 2002. With only 1.7% of total transaction volumes they represent 20% of the art market.

Star turns at the Impressionism & Modern Art auctions in New York [16/04/2003]

Sotheby’s and Christie’s are taking similar approaches to the evening auctions to be held on 6 and 7 May. Both are banking on Renoir and Degas from the impressionists, dropping Picasso, and hoping to continue selling Giacometti sculptures in bulk. Some of the works on offer may seem oddly familiar…

Vincent Van Gogh (1853 – 1890) [01/04/2003]

The market’s highest priced artist, Vincent Van Gogh, was perfect for the speculative frenzy of the late eighties. Now, his major pieces have all but vanished from the market. But this has not stopped investors speculating on his canvases.

As the world’s stock markets plunge Rubens’ "Massacre of the Innocents" drives the art market through the roof [15/07/2002]

On Wednesday 10 July 2002, "The Massacre of the Innocents" by Peter Paul RUBENS became the most expensive old master painting ever sold at auction. It was only recently identified as a Rubens having previously been attributed to the lesser-known Jan van den Hoecke. Once the painting’s authorship was clarified a record price was clearly on the cards, particularly as Peter Paul RUBENS’ index has been in stunning form lately: +540% since 1997.

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