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A couple of Parisian art fairs resist: Galeristes and ASIA NOW! [20/10/2020]

Although all the major Parisian art events have been hastily cancelled (the Fiac, Paris photo and even Art & Museum) other fairs such as Galeristes and Asia Now have confirmed they will be taking place, highlighting the rarity of such events in this very difficult period. Galeristes 2020 The 5th edition of the Galeristes art […]

Phillips, a reference vendor for Latin American art [31/05/2016]

The auction company Phillips has become a leading specialist in the sale of Latin American art. Today considered a reference in the field, it provides strong competition to Christie’s and Sotheby’s for control of this lucrative segment which regularly throws up important works by major artists

After London, Contemporary art sales in New York [23/02/2016]

After the year’s first major sales in London – with a number of new auction records – New York is currently preparing its prestigious Post-War & Contemporary Art sales

Mixed results at London’s first major sales of the year [09/02/2016]

Christie’s and Sotheby’s kicked off their 2016 London programmes with sales of Surrealist, Impressionist and Modern art on 2 and 3 February 2016.

Latin American Autumn [03/11/2015]

New York’s sales of Latin American art are an important part of the annual auction calendar and are faithfully orchestrated by Phillips, Sotheby’s and Christie’s every year.

From the FIAC to the auction rooms [27/10/2015]

Each year, the FIAC (Paris’s International Contemporary Art Fair) is becoming denser. With its Officielle, Art Elysées, Slick, Cutlog, Yia, Outsider Art Fair, Asia Now and the Zurcher Salon among others,

Latin American Art: after Diego and Frida? [03/06/2013]

Twice a year, Christie’s and Sotheby’s hold specialised art sales in New York dedicated exclusively to Latin American artists.

Flash News [30/11/2012]

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

Latin American art [30/11/2009]

In 2009, Sotheby’s celebrated its 30th year of Latin American art sales. Its first sale of Latin American art took place in New York on 17 October 1979. Sotheby’s recent sales on 18 and 19 November 2009 generated a total of $13.8m for (with 68% of lots sold) vs. $7.,5m from its previous Latam sales on 27 and 28 May 2009.

Roberto Matta: prices up 165% in five years [18/12/2002]

Roberto Matta, one of the last of the Surrealists, has just died in Italy. The top surrealist painters have long been stars on the auction floor, but enthusiasm for the Chilean artist took a while to materialise.

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