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Switch to online – part 2: Sotheby’s has a head start [05/05/2020]

An online“Hong Kong” sale that generated much better results than expected… a good level of transaction fluidity… new buyers… and online bids on the up – the switch to ‘online only’ is bearing its first fruits. Forging ahead of their competitors in the online sphere, Sotheby’s strategy and (good) results deserve a closer look.   […]

How to objectively define Contemporary Art in 2020? [24/01/2020]

For the sake of coherence, clarity and transparency, Artprice’s editorial team has always divided Art History into five main periods with artworks being classified according to a simple and indisputable criterion… the birth year of their creators: Old Masters’ … artists born up until 1760 ‘19th century’ … artists born from 1760 to 1860 ‘Modern’ […]

Top Chinese Contemporary Artists [17/08/2018]

It’s Top 10 Friday! Every other Friday Artprice posts a theme-based auction ranking. This week we pick out the Top 10 performing Contemporary Chinese artists, ten years after the extraordinary peaks reached by some of the country’s most fashionable artists. Last year (end-June 2017 to end-June 2018) two Chinese Contemporary artists, Chen Yifei and Zhou […]

Hong Kong sales marathon continues [23/08/2016]

Compared with the deceleration of mainland China’s art market, Hong Kong is still looking buoyant. In 2015, it was the only Chinese city to post an increase in annual auction turnover on Fine Art and this year the city has consolidated its status as an international platform — a strategic crossroad — resisting the current […]

Latest New York summits [17/05/2016]

Traditionally a crucial month for big auction houses, May sees the art market’s major dealers and collectors converge on New York for the Frieze (5-8 May 2016), which acts as a prelude to the much anticipated prestige sales of Modern and Contemporary art

Upcoming Contemporary masterpieces in New York [03/05/2016]

All regular stars of the Contemporary art market’s top bracket, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Mark Rothko, Clyfford Still, Peter Doig, Christopher Wool, Andy Warhol, Mike Kelley, Robert Gober, Cy Twombly, Joan Mitchell are just some of the signatures in New York’s spring Contemporary art sales

The Top10 in Hong Kong [06/11/2015]

Fridays are the Best! Every other Friday, Artprice offers you a themed auction ranking. The ranking this week reveals the 10 best performing artists during the recent auctions in Hong Kong.

Flash News: My Buenos Aires – Sigg Collection – Gagosian – Nam June Paik [28/08/2015]

Every fortnight, Artprice provides a short round up of art market news: My Buenos Aires – Sigg Collection – Gagosian – Nam June Paik

Excellent results in Hong Kong [15/04/2014]

In the first week of April, Sotheby’s, global no. 2 and Poly, global no. 3 (established in Hong Kong since 2012) held a series of major sales devoted to Modern and Contemporary Asian art. The sales featured lots of works by charismatic artists whose prices are still on an ascending path. Below, some of the highlights of the two days of sales entirely dedicated to Asian art.

Top 10 ups and downs of Chinese artists [31/01/2014]

Friday is Top day! Every other Friday, Artprice publishes a theme-based auction ranking. This week: resales of contemporary Chinese artists who sold for more than $100,000 in 2008.

Sotheby’s: 40 years in Asia [08/10/2013]

An auction house – even one that has existed for 200 years – celebrates its birthday like everyone else, with irrational spending, a big party, compulsive shopping, and lots of alcohol!

Contemporary Art in Hong Kong [30/08/2013]

Friday is Top day! Every other Friday, Artprice publishes a theme-based auction ranking. This week: the 10 best auction results for works of Contemporary art in Hong Kong between July 2012 and June 2013.

Art Basel lands in Hong Kong. [30/05/2013]

The first edition of Art Basel Hong Kong proved to be a great success with public and dealers alike, attracting 60,000 visitors.

The best of Hong Kong [24/05/2013]

Friday is Top day! Every other Friday, Artprice publishes a theme-based auction ranking. This week: the top ten hammer prices in Hong Kong!

The Hong Kong’s marathon [27/11/2012]

The official Hong Kong marathon is not until February… but the week of sales that just ended in the former British Colony has left art collectors and market players exhausted after some twenty auctions and at least as many exhibitions.

Art Market News in Brief ! [15/06/2012]

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

Hong Kong … [05/06/2012]

With the spring auctions at Christie’s and Sotheby’s and the HK Art Fair, May has become one of the most active months of the years for the Hong Kong art market.

The global art market – an overview of 2011 [03/01/2012]

Following our summaries of the performance of the Art Market Confidence Index and of the French art market in 2011, we are closing the series with a round-up of the global art auction market in 2011.

Repeat sales in Contemporary Chinese art… [29/11/2011]

Nearly two months after Sotheby’s, it was Christie’s turn to organise a major sale of Contemporary Asian art in Hong Kong.

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)

The sale of the Ullens collection confirms the strength of Chinese art [12/04/2011]

Two weeks after the news of China’s domination of the global art market, all eyes were focused on the sale of the famous Ullens Collection at Sotheby’s in Hong Kong on 3 April 2011.

The highs and lows of contemporary artists [19/01/2010]

As expected, auction revenue figures for contemporary artists in 2009 contracted quite substantially (divided by 14 in the case of Damien Hirst, and by 3 in the case of Jeff Koons). However, for all that, the market is not in bad condition. The loss of the speculative element has essentially allowed prices to settle back to 2004 levels.

Chinese Contemporary Art today [26/10/2009]

Over the last five years, Asian and particularly Chinese art has been one of the most dynamic segments on the secondary art market. Alongside the discovery and value appreciation of artists now recognised as the leading lights of Asian art, the phenomenal success of Chinese art at auctions as of 2004 generated wild expectations amongst artists from the region and prompted speculators and investment funds to snap up works by unknown signatures in the hope of riding the next auction rocket.

Hong Kong stirs from slumber [28/09/2009]

Sotheby’s kicks off its Modern and Contemporary Asian Art sales in Hong Kong on 6 October 2009. The day will be divided into three sessions: 20th Century Chinese Art, Modern and Contemporary Southeast Asian Paintings and Contemporary Asian Art. The catalogues are ambitious with more than 380 works by Chinese, Japanese, Indian, Indonesian and Korean artists, and a total revenue estimate of close to $25m.

Contemporary Art in convalescence [06/07/2009]

While London’s auctioneers congratulate themselves on the healthy sold rates at their June Contemporary Art sales (92.5% at Sotheby’s, 88% at Christie’s and 75% at Phillips de Pury & Company), bidders are continuing on a path of caution and sobriety.

London sales: second round [22/06/2009]

On 23 June, Christie’s will be offering 45 Impressionist & Modern works in London and the following day Sotheby’s will present just 27 pieces. The catalogues feature works by Picasso, Claude Monet and Giacometti. On 25 and 30 June, the two auctioneers will open their Contemporary Art sales

Mixed results in New York [26/05/2009]

At the end of the first quarter of 2009, the global art market price index showed a 10% contraction. But in New York City, host to some of the world’s most prestigious art sales, the crisis is being felt particularly hard: the same index shows a 35% local contraction since January 2008.

Christie’s and Sotheby’s prepare their prestige May sales in New York [04/05/2009]

The market is holding its breath ahead of the critical May sales in New York that will inevitably gauge the health of the Impressionist, Modern and Contemporary segments.As expected, the price tags are substantially lower than a year earlier in all three segments

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