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Bonhams and Sotheby’s, two auction houses determined to support African art [10/01/2020]

The auction houses have not found it an easy task to bring Modern and Contemporary African art to the eyes of international collectors, but some of them have shown remarkable tenacity, giving the works time to find their audience. After several years of disappointment, demand is clearly on the ascent with their turnover from African […]

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 Best Selling Golden Lion winners [05/05/2017]

Discover the best sales every Friday! Every other Friday, Artprice posts a theme-based auction ranking. To coincide with the opening of the Venice Biennale, our weekly ranking reveals the world’s best auction sales by the last 10 artists to win the famous Golden Lion… Rank Artist Hammer Price ($) Artwork Sale 1 STURTEVANT (1930-2014) 5,093,000 […]

Flash News: Penone, Goldsworthy, El Anatsui, Wang Keping, Lee Bae, Chaumont-sur-Loire – Louise Bourgeois, Bilbao – Damien Hirst [04/05/2016]

Penone, Goldsworthy, El Anatsui, Wang Keping, Lee Bae… at Chaumont-sur-Loire. Louise Bourgeois in Bilbao. Damien Hirst comeback…

Flash News: El Anatsui – Miquel Barcelo – Fabio Mauri [30/04/2015]

Every fortnight, Artprice provides a short round up of art market news: El Anatsui, Golden Lion award at Venice Biennale – Barcelo exhibiting at Taddhaus Ropac –

In the land of black gold [28/04/2015]

The extravagant wealth of the Arabian Peninsula States is almost impossible to ignore. The flourishing cities are full of glitzy hotels, flashy sports cars and literally tons of precious stones and jewelry.

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…

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

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

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?

New markets and the crisis [01/02/2009]

The most speculative and volatile markets over the last four years, emerging art markets have propelled a number of Chinese, Indian, Russian and Middle-Eastern contemporary artists into the global limelight with extraordinary speed. But with so many young artists fetching such big figures at auctions, some kind of meltdown was inevitable.

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