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The photography market’s top sales… from Paris to New York [22/11/2019]

Every November Paris hosts a multitude of special events dedicated to photography. This year the core fair, Paris Photo, was accompanied by numerous “off” fairs and auction sales, as well as a whole series of special exhibitions at Parisian cultural institutions. The result was a rich and highly diverse program attracting a record number of […]

New York: capital of photography. [23/09/2014]

After its Asian week, the Big Apple is preparing for a week of photography sales with more than 1,400 lots being offered between late September and early October.For three days, the “classics” of the photography medium will

Upcoming auctions of photographs [25/03/2014]

Sales of photographs are attracting an ever-growing population of collectors and the rise in demand was reflected in last year’s auction prices with twelve 7-digit results, a general price index up 25% and an auction turnover ten times higher than 10 years ago.

Photography: New York – Los Angeles – Paris [30/04/2013]

Photography fans had four days to choose between some 900 photographs, mostly modern, at the New York sales … A veritable marathon (2 – 6 April 2013).

Photographs [17/04/2012]

Sotheby’s photography sale on 6 April last year (2011) was particularly successful, generating a sales revenue of $4.5 million (excluding fees) and 82% of the works sold.

Photography market: Paris rivals with New York and London [02/11/2010]

Strong demand and an abundant offer: having earned a legitimate place in the history of art, photography has become a dynamic medium with a rapidly maturing and increasingly demanding market.

The top 10 best auction results for Photography [22/07/2010]

Every fortnight Artprice provides you with a new or updated ranking in its Alternate-Friday Top Series.The theme of today’s TOP article is the Top 10 auction results recorded in photography.

Photojournalism – Collective memory and photography [14/02/2007]

The photojournalism market is booming. Turnover at auction has risen by more than 250% in 10 years, and the trend is strong in the USA, France and the UK.For many years photojournalism was considered a secondary form of art, much like scientific or ethnographic photography. Since the 1950s however it has become well established, partly thanks to World Press Photo, with its annual contest celebrating the year’s best journalistic photographs, and a number of exhibitions underlining the news photo’s dual role as documentary testimony and aesthetic artefact.

PHOTOJOURNALISM – Collective memory and photography [16/01/2006]

Edward STEICHEN, Cecil BEATON, Henri CARTIER-BRESSON, Robert CAPA, Raymond DEPARDON, Robert DOISNEAU, Walker EVANS, Dorothea LANGE, Marc RIBOUD are some of the biggest names in photojournalism, which for many years was considered a secondary form of art, much like scientific or ethnographic photography. Photojournalists bear witness to their time, using the camera to capture the real. Their photos have an important impact culturally as they become part of our collective memory, mainly through dissemination by the media.

Modern photography in the spotlight 22-23 October [09/10/2002]

On 22-23 October, Sotheby’s New York will be auctioning a selection of photographs from the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York. Following on from the success of its last auction of photographs in April 2001, which generated sales of USD2.15m, Sotheby’s is hoping to raise over USD2m from the 212 lots.

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