Las cookies de su navegador deben estar habilitadas para poder utilizar esta página web.

Lo último del Mercado del Arte sobre Farhad MOSHIRI (1963)

El último informe de Artprice

Índice ArtMarket® Insight

The Top Results in Dubai… [01/04/2016]

As Christie’s celebrates its 10th anniversary in the city, Artprice rounds up the top-10 auction results ever hammered in Dubai, a free-zone with lots of extravagant projects, fuelled by a constant inflow of cash.

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.

Top 10 : Auction results in the Middle East [09/11/2012]

Every fortnight Artprice presents a theme-based auction ranking. This week: the ten best auction results in the Middle East.

Contemporary Iranian Artists [03/08/2012]

Friday is Top day! Every alternate Friday, Artprice posts a theme-based auction ranking. This week’s topic is the 10 best auction results for contemporary Iranian artists.

Middle-Eastern artists [16/09/2011]

Our Friday TOP! Every other Friday Artprice posts a theme-based auction ranking. This week we present the Top 10 auction results for works by Contemporary Middle-Eastern artists.

The Middle Eastern market – Sotheby’s arrives in Doha [22/02/2009]

In August 2008, the Art Market Insight published an overview of the boom in Iranian art. The United Arab Emirates, the new eldorado of cultural tourism, is building its Louvre in Abu Dhabi and its Guggenheim in Dubai, the city that has established itself, in two years, as the new capital of the Middle Eastern art market. In 2008, auction revenues in Dubai amounted to USD 34.9 million, a +70% increase on 2007.

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.

Iranian art boom – 2006-2008: “progress report” [04/08/2008]

In two years, Dubai has clearly affirmed itself on the global art market with the first edition of Art Dubai in 2007 – inviting some 30 galleries from around the globe – and with the establishment of both Christie’s (2006) and Bonhams (2008) in the city. Since their arrival, the two action houses have been selling works by modern and contemporary artists from Tunisia, Egypt, Morocco, Lebanon and Iran and they have succeeded in fostering growing demand as well as significant price inflation. The Dubai prices represented his record.

Colaboradores

Al consultar esta página web, autoriza el uso de cookies a fines de análisis y pertinencia. Para saber más, Declaración de confidencialidad y de protección de los datos personales OK