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The Indian art market [29/01/2019]

Despite Christie’s suspension of sales in Mumbai, the Indian Art Market is still dynamic with strong domestic demand and the India Art Fair, whose 11th edition opens this week in Delhi, is taking lots of new initiatives. Remarkable domestic growth The Indian Art Market has posted strong growth in recent months. Its 2018 annual auction […]

New York’s Asia Week catalogues suggest upward price trends [11/03/2014]

Ten days after the 16th edition of the Armory Show with its special focus on China, it is now the turn of the major auction houses to address the Asian art market in New York. Asia Week is an annual event and its catalogues include art and artefacts from all over Asia including Japan, Korea, India and South Asia. The week begins on 18 March 2014.

Christie’s in Bombay: first sale… [24/12/2013]

On 19 December 2013, Christie’s opened a new chapter in its history with its first auction sale in India (Bombay). Although the Indian market is clearly promising, the multinational auction firm has made bold move by being the first international auction company to organise a sale in the country, paving the way the way for future high-end art sales.

Asia Week in New York [24/09/2013]

A meeting between the two great powers of the global art market, Asia Week New York is an annual event in two parts. The first part took place in March and the second kicks off the

Asian art sales in New York: Indian art in the limelight [26/03/2013]

The Asia week kick starts spring in New York with works spanning right through the centuries.

Could the art market resist another crisis? [19/09/2011]

On 15 September 2008, just as Lehman Brothers was collapsing, Sotheby’s London sold more than $120 million dollars worth of Contemporary art works by Damien Hirst, generating three of his best five results to date.

Another year begins… [06/09/2011]

After the Art Taipei fair at the end of August, the art market is gradually awakening from its summertime slumber.