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Hong Kong opens up to Western Contemporary art [23/06/2015]

Sotheby’s is pleased with its Hong Kong sales, especially after the latest (June 11, 2015) entitled Boundless: Contemporary Art, which saw nearly 60% of the lots fetch above their high estimates.

Flash News: Sarkis in Venice – Gold in Miami – Franck Gerhy [21/08/2014]

Every fortnight, Artprice provides a short round up of art market news: Sarkis in Venice – Gold in Miami – Franck Gerhy

Paris – Hong Kong [18/12/2012]

On 3 December 2012 Christie’s Paris held a Contemporary Art sale with works ranging from the 1950s to the early 2000s.

Art Market News in Brief ! [13/07/2012]

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

Contemporary artists from west to east [16/03/2012]

For this week’s alternate Friday TOP article, Artprice has compiled a ranking of the top ten results in 2011 for Contemporary Western artists in Asian auction rooms.

KIAF 2011 – Overview [27/09/2011]

The tenth KIAF having just ended, Artprice takes a retrospective look at one of the most constant Asian fairs, that of South Korea, the world’s 13th market for Contemporary art.

Hong Kong Art Fair – East and West [31/05/2011]

The ArtHK fair is impressive both in terms of size and diversity (260 galleries on three levels of the Convention & Exhibition Center and 38 countries represented)

Contemporary Korean art [21/09/2010]

A strong symbol of the dynamism of Contemporary Korean art, the 9th edition of the Korean International Art Fair (KIAF) came to an end last week.

YBA 2003: are the Young British Artists still creating a sensation in the auction rooms? [04/04/2004]

When Damien HIRST curated the Young British Artists’ first group exhibition, « Freeze », in London back in 1988, his own work, along with that of Gary HUME, Sarah LUCAS and Fiona RAE, had little market value. At the time, the Young British Artists’ reputation was confined to an inner circle of the London art scene. However, with the group’s main mentors—gallery owner (and advertising mogul) Charles Saatchi, and Jay Jopling, founder of the White Cube Gallery—spreading the faith, global recognition was swift to come.

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