HUANG Yan (1966)



Speculation is showing no signs of slowing and auction sales are ever stronger, and prices ever higher. The price appreciation has been staggering for the generation of young Chinese artists and the number of investors continues to grow. It often takes only a few years for a Chinese artist to see a tenfold price increase, as with ZHANG Xiaogang or CAI Guoqiang to cite just a couple of examples. Symbolic of the price increases: the ten most successful auctions of contemporary Chinese art have been recorded over the past twelve months. In the end, in 2006, 31.3% of the Chinese contemporary artworks sold at auction achieved more than $100,000. Given such price levels, the proceeds on Chinese contemporary art sales increased by a factor of ten in 2006.

Para HUANG Yan (1966) , el remate más antiguo catalogado es un(a) cerámica vendido/a en 2004 en Cornette de Saint-Cyr (S.V.V.), el más reciente siendo un(a) pintura vendido/a en 2022. Los análisis y gráficos establecidas por se basan en 315 remates. Especialmente: fotografia, pintura, grabado, cerámica, dibujo acuarela, escultura. El Marketplace de le propone 5 obras(s) del artista , vendidas por 1 Artprice store(s).