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Contemporary African Art… a growing segment [03/10/2017]

Evidence of the ‘emergence’ of African-origin artists is currently palpable, particularly in France where several major dedicated exhibitions have been organised in recent years. Beauty Congo at the Cartier Foundation (2015) and Art / Africa at the Vuitton Foundation (2017) both managed to show the extraordinary diversity of African art and expand its audience. Carried […]

The African art Top 10 [23/06/2017]

Discover the best sales every Friday! Every other Friday, Artprice posts a theme-based auction ranking. At a time when African contemporary art is making its mark internationally, our Top 10 focuses on African artists and notably on a young female artist who has achieved top sales in just a few months… Rank Artist Hammer Price […]

Flash News: Yoko Ono – Adrian Villar Rojas – Marian Goodman – Ancient art and Art Nouveau – the past and the future [11/09/2015]

Every fortnight, Artprice provides a short round up of art market news: Yoko Ono: “The world’s most famous unknown artist” – Adrian Villar Rojas, Marian Goodman’s rising star – Ancient art and Art Nouveau – the past and the future

Flash News: Beauty in the Congo at Fondation Cartier – Doris Salcedo – Alexander Calder [17/07/2015]

Every fortnight, Artprice provides a short round up of art market news: Beauty in the Congo at Fondation Cartier – Major Doris Salcedo retrospective – Alexander Calder large-scale.

Contemporary African art, in France and elsewhere [14/10/2014]

African art has enjoyed major exhibitions since the late 80s, a higher level of exposure since the early 2000s, the constitution of a number of important collections, the development of local institutions in Africa…

Flash News [31/05/2013]

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

Contemporary African art – mixed auction results [23/11/2010]

In 2010, contemporary African art has been the theme of numerous sales. However, despite new records for certain African artists, the high unsold rates made for only partially successful results.

African art in New York [21/05/2010]

Phillips de Pury & Company’s New York Africa sale on 15 May 2010 confirmed the rising price trend for African art and not just for the internationally recognized headline artists whose works already enjoy “global” demand. However, with total income from the sale at $1.1m and a bought-in rate of 38.4%, the sale was only partially successful, even in the less than $10,000 price bracket.

Contemporary African art [11/01/2010]

The first decade of the new millennium saw the emergence on the global art market of contemporary art from Latin-America, China, Korea, Japan, Russia, Turkey and the Middle-East. By comparison, African art has been very slow to emerge… but for how long?

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