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Beeple, from crypto-success to mega-stardom [13/04/2021]

To see Mike Winkelmann – shirt & sweater, small glasses and greying temples – you would have no idea that this ‘normal family man’ appearance hides the imagination of Beeple, a hallucinated world, populated by Hillary Clinton cyborgs, Mark Zuckerberg zombies and futuristic starships in vertical robotic cities. So… apart from being the most bankable […]

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 […]

Top Modern art [08/03/2019]

Every other Friday, Artprice compiles a “Top” ranking providing insight into the Art market’s major trends. This week we look back at the 10 most highly valued Modern works in 2018. Generally speaking, the Modern segment generates the Art Market’s most spectacular auction results, including two results above the $100 million threshold last year. In […]

Joan Miro show at the Grand Palais [04/09/2018]

3 October 2018 – 4 February 2019 The Grand Palais in Paris is the superb location for an ambitious Joan MIRO (1893-1983) retrospective lasting four months. It’s not the first because back in 1974 the National Galleries of the Grand Palais hosted an exhibition of work by the Catalan artist to mark his 80th birthday. […]

Flash News: Ai WeiWei – Palazzo Strozzi – AKAA – Paris – Abstract Expressionism – Rembrandt [20/10/2016]

Ai Weiwei reframes the Palazzo Strozzi AI Weiwei’s first solo exhibition in Italy will surely not go unnoticed. Entitled ‘Ai Weiwei Libero’ as a tribute to the refugees criss-crossing Europe, it is the largest retrospective of his work to date and runs until 22 January 2017 at the Palazzo Strozzi in Florence. Arturo Galansino, who […]

Contemporary abstract art: Rothko, and company [02/08/2016]

Today’s prices of American Abstract Expressionist art illustrate the country’s dominance of the global market, with works by Mark ROTHKO, Clyfford STILL, Jackson POLLOCK and Sam FRANCIS easily fetching more than $50 million at auction.

New York: a city with a real appetite for art [12/05/2015]

This Tuesday, May 12, is the kick-off date for New York’s major spring sales of Contemporary and Post-War Art.

Contemporary Art in New York: the star lots [06/05/2014]

For Christie’s and Sotheby’s, the May sales represent one of the high points of the calendar year. The two market giants generate at least $500 million in two days of sales and usually post increasingly spectacular auction records. In May 2012, their prestige Contemporary Art sales generated $578.3 million from 102 adjudications – a new record at the time – but quickly buried the following year when the two companies’ combined turnover from the same sales reached $691.7 million, with the

The Top Ten of the 1940s [28/03/2014]

Friday is Top day! Every other Friday, Artprice publishes a theme-based auction ranking. This week: the top ten sales of works from the 1940s.

THE TOP TEN OF THE 50s [14/03/2014]

Friday is Top day! Every other Friday, Artprice publishes a theme-based auction ranking. This week: the top ten sales of works from the 1950s.

Top Ten American Abstract Expressionists [03/01/2014]

Friday is Top day! Every other Friday, Artprice publishes a theme-based auction ranking. This week: the Top Ten bids for American Abstract Expressionists

Christie’s, 12 November: best auction total ever recorded! [19/11/2013]

November 12, 2013 will go down in auction history. Christie’s prestige sale of Post-War and Contemporary art already posted an unusual ambition before the auction took place, with an overall estimate exceeding $500 million … a figure far beyond any previous sales total.

Philip Guston [10/09/2013]

Philip Guston (born 27 June 1913 – died 7 June 1980) was one of the great American artists associated with the New York School that included Jackson Pollock, Willem de Kooning, Mark Rothko, Franz Kline and Barnett Newman.

Best results in 2013: China versus the United States [27/08/2013]

Over the first six months of 2013, the U.S. art market generated some of the best auction results in its history, primarily through Post-War & Contemporary art sales. New York stands out as the absolute capital of the global high-end art market.

New York: high-end Contemporary results explode [21/05/2013]

Like last year, New York’s Contemporary sales have generated larger figures than the Impressionist & Modern sales in the same month.

Major fairs and prestige sales in New York [07/05/2013]

The calendar of New York’s big art fairs is pegged to that of city’s prestige sales.

The star works in the upcoming NY May sales [09/04/2013]

Veritable pulse of the Western art market, New York, accounting for 95% of total U.S. art auction revenue, is preparing its major May 2013 sales with a great deal of media attention.

New York: historical records for sales of Post-War and Contemporary art [20/11/2012]

Flouting the generally unfavorable economic mood, this year’s autumn sales in New York managed to post a new all-time high. Far more buoyant than the Impressionist and Modern Art sales a week earlier, the Post-War & Contemporary segment once again posted the better results: proof that nothing seems capable of undermining the vitality of this safe-haven market.

The best Abstract Art results this year [06/11/2012]

Finding museum quality paintings by the historical masters of abstract art such as Frantisek Kupka, Robert Delaunay, Wassily Kandinsky, Piet Mondrian and Kasimir Malevich is a major challenge. The best pieces are in museums or private collections from which they rarely depart.

Top 10: Modern abstract Paintings [14/09/2012]

Friday is Top day! Every other Friday, Artprice posts a theme-based auction ranking. This week: the ten highest bids for modern Abstract painting over the past twelve months.

Georges Mathieu – The aesthetics of speed [17/07/2012]

Inventor of extraordinary geometric shapes inspired by calligraphy and oriental arts, Georges Mathieu, who died in June 2012 at the age of 91, was arguably one of the great masters of the second half of the 20th century.

Art Market News in Brief ! [29/06/2012]

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

Vik Muniz – The Illusionist [26/06/2012]

For twenty years, Vik Muniz’s use of jam, chocolate, confetti, diamonds, garbage (and other surprising materials) to reproduce major artworks has questioned the nature of artistic representation and fascinated collectors worldwide.

American artists under 40 (June 2011 – May 2012) [22/06/2012]

Friday is Top day! Every alternate Friday, Artprice posts a theme-based auction ranking. This week’s topic is the Top 10 results for American artists under 40 in 2011.

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

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

The New York sales can be summarized in one word: Record! [15/05/2012]

A new record for Post-War & Contemporary Art sales has been set.If we just take Christie’s and Sotheby’s prestige sales of 8 and 9 May 2012, the 102 masterpieces sold generated roughly $578.3 million in revenue and 18 new artist’s records.

Contemporary & Post-War Art sales, key info…. [02/05/2012]

Christie’s and Sotheby’s will be hosting their evening sales of Contemporary & Post-War Art on 7 and 8 May in New York.

Return of market effervescence [17/05/2010]

With a large number of major collectors clearly back in acquisitive mode, the results of the big sales in New York during May amply covered the price expectations and were a far cry from those posted in May 2009.

Mark Rothko [30/11/2008]

London’s Tate Modern is currently holding an exhibition of Mark Rothko’s later works through to 1st February 2009. The collection plunges the viewer into his deep « colorfields » – chromatic spaces for meditation.

The New York School [26/06/2008]

The European artists who sought refuge in New York during the Second World War helped stoke up a simmering US art scene. A resurgence in US painting was in the making. A resurgence that would be abstract and manifest in two key movements: Action painting, consisting of gestural painting that emphasised the physical act of painting, and Color Field painting, characterised by large, flat areas of vibrant colour conducive to meditation.

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