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Top-selling drawings in Paris [05/04/2019]

In Artprice’s fortnightly series of auction rankings designed to help you identify the Art Market’s primary trends – this week’s Friday Top! article picks out the top 10 results during the intense week of drawing shows, fairs and auctions as part of Paris Drawing Week. Every year – for the past 13 years – Drawing […]

Maurice de Vlaminck: 60 years on… [02/01/2018]

Will 2018 be as dynamic as 2017? Only time will tell… In the meantime, here is the last in our mini-series covering 2017’s highlights. The last two months of 2017 generated some major auction results, including some of the most impressive world records the art market has ever seen. Artprice’s twentieth birthday Artprice celebrated its […]

The top 10 from Artcurial auction house [27/03/2015]

Fridays are the best! Every other Friday, Artprice offers you a themed auction ranking. This week, the leader of information on the Art Market discusses the most costly auctions of 2014 at the Artcurial auction house.

Flash News: The Schieles of November – Christie’s in Shanghai – A Giacometti masterpiece at Sotheby’s [31/10/2014]

Every fortnight, Artprice provides a short round up of art market news: The Schieles of November – Christie’s in Shanghai – A Giacometti masterpiece at Sotheby’s

Top Tens in Europe. Chapter 4: Switzerland [24/10/2014]

Friday is Top day! Every other Friday, Artprice publishes a theme-based auction ranking. This week, we reveal the most outstanding bids in the Swiss market.

Munch’s The Scream raises market ceiling and overturns art media hierarchy [04/05/2012]

Wednesday, May 2, the art market acquired a new all-time record for the sale of an artwork at a public auction when Sotheby’s New York sold of MUNCH’s The Scream for $107m ($119.9m including fees).

10th anniversary of Art Basel Miami Beach [06/12/2011]

Created in 2002, Art Basel Miami Beach (Florida, USA) has just celebrated its 10th anniversary.

Russian artists [11/11/2011]

Every fortnight Artprice provides you with a new or updated ranking in its Alternate-Friday Top Series. This week we present the 10 best auction results generated by Russian artists in 2010 – June 2011..

KIAF 2011 – Overview [27/09/2011]

The tenth KIAF having just ended, Artprice takes a retrospective look at one of the most constant Asian fairs, that of South Korea, the world’s 13th market for Contemporary art.

Impressionist & Modern sales in London: the right balance? [15/02/2011]

The results of the Impressionist & Modern February sales in London were respectable compared with the results of the same sales a year earlier, although somewhat less spectacular.

Impressionist & Modern Art sales in London: maintained confidence [31/01/2011]

As usual, the first major dates in the global auction calendar are the prestigious sales organised by Christie’s and Sotheby’s in London.

Paris / London – forthcoming Impressionist & Modern Art sales [15/06/2010]

Before the art world settles down to a quiet summer, we can look forward to some profitable auction results in London at the sale of the Polaroid collection (to pay its debts) on 21 and 22 June, the Impressionist & Modern Art sales of 23 and 24 June and the Contemporary Art sales of 28 and 29 June.

Russian art: a tidal wave in April [12/04/2010]

Between 2005 and 2008 the number of Russian artists generating 7-figure USD sums at auctions dramatically increased as wealthy collectors exercised a new appetite for a body of work that was relatively cheap compared with the stratospheric prices being fetched by European art. In price terms, the primary beneficiary of this new focus on Russian art during the last decade was 19th century Russian art.

The TOP 10 artists [13/03/2008]

Every year Artprice compiles a ranking of artists based on the total revenue generated by public sales of each artist’s work, with Pablo Picasso invariably taking the number one position on the market podium. Not so in 2007: after nearly 10 years, the champion of modern art has been dethroned by the guru of Pop art, Andy Warhol. Second in 2006, Warhol became the global market leader in 2007.More than just one name replacing another, this ‘event’ reflects a veritable sea-change in the auction world. While in the 1990s the very pinnacle of the art market belonged to the impressionists, particularly Auguste Renoir and Claude Monet, and then, after 2000, to the moderns with Pablo Picasso and Gustave Klimt, today, and possibly for some time to come, the market has hoisted contemporary art to the summit of the pyramid.

Russians at the first Paris School [25/02/2008]

At the start of the 20th century, Paris was a veritable artistic capital and its momentum attracted artists from all over Europe and beyond. Art history tends to group these artists together in what is known as the First Paris School. Between 1900 and 1920 the group included a number of Russians living in the Montparnasse district, an area that was a hive of creative activity.

Top 10 artists [13/03/2007]

Each artist makes their own, large or small, contribution to the total market. And ranking them by auction turnover gives a good indication of market conditions, preferences and trends. Every year Artprice ranks artists by this criterion.

TOP 10 ARTISTS [05/02/2006]

The Top 10 artists grossed USD 576 million in 2005, compared to USD 393 million in 2003, a figure that represents 13.6% of the total art auction market. Unusually, a contemporary artist, Jean-Michel Basquiat, and an old master, Canaletto, were among the top sellers. The top three names however are unchanged…

Performance of Artprice’s standardised art market place [01/08/2005]

By 31 July 2005, just five months after its launch, Artprice’s standardised marketplace had hosted a total of 26,701 works of art offered for sale. Their value, excluding a very large number of major pieces offered by sellers at undisclosed prices, totalled EUR 521,754,069.

The Top 10 Artists by turnover [25/07/2005]

The first half of 2005 proved very eventful for the art market. After several months of high bidding (251 works breached the USD 1 million mark) and a rise in global Fine Art sales turnover of more than 5%, there has been a major change in Artprice’s Top 10 ranking of artists by revenue.

5,000 works of art permanently on offer on the new standardised marketplace [06/04/2005]

After only two months since its launch, Artprice’s new marketplace for artwork continues to boom. In March, Artprice’s Classified Ads section counted 450,000 visitors. At the beginning of April 2005, over 5,000 works by almost 4,000 artists were up for sale every day on this marketplace! By way of comparison, Art Basel and the FIAC each exhibit 1,500 artists.

Marc Chagall (1887 – 1985): works on paper [18/01/2004]

Thanks to his massive output, Marc Chagall has more works sold at auction than any artist except Pablo Picasso. The most developed segment remains his works on paper representing almost 95% of the lots sold.

How do the art market heavyweights measure up? [15/06/2003]

The world’s top ten artists by turnover (see rankings) generated USD506 million at auction in 2002. With only 1.7% of total transaction volumes they represent 20% of the art market.

Marc Chagall [17/03/2003]

Marc Chagall was one of the most prolofic artists of the 20th Century. Prices are still under those recorded in 1990 but started rising 3 years ago. The major 2003 retrospectives are very likely to boost the market.

The Pop Art as its Pop Star [19/08/2002]

Barely half a century after they were created, the works of Andy WARHOL, Roy LICHTENSTEIN, Jasper JOHNS and Robert RAUSCHENBERG are already seen as collectors’ masterpieces.

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