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Flash News: Robert Ryman – A female Old Master worth 7 million – George Michael’s collection [15/02/2019]

Robert Ryman… the possibilities of white A square canvas … with white paint: in fact, Robert RYMAN’s radical minimalism is far more subtle than that… but it nevertheless became his trademark. The American artist, who died on 8 February at the age of 88, leaves behind an essential work whose humility is only matched by […]

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Japan’s dynamic art market – and – Art Fair Tokyo [12/02/2019]

A number of Japanese collectors are highly active on the world’s major art marketplaces. Cultured and informed, they are interested in Western Art’s key historical figures (especially the Impressionists and Moderns) but also provide strong support for their compatriots. And, although these collectors spend a lot on Western masterpieces (acquired in London, New York or […]

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Street art in Mexico City [05/02/2019]

On a global scale, Mexico city – a sprawling megacity with more than 20 million inhabitants – represents a relatively tiny marketplace for art. However, a lot of Mexican art (and there is much) escapes commoditization since it is created in public spaces… for the public… often profoundly transforming the shared moral and cultural values […]

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Flash News: Art Geneva – Asia and its fairs – Nahon’s art collection [01/02/2019]

Art Geneva is growing This year Art Geneva will host 90 galleries versus 86 in 2018. The fair is expanding, but according to its director Thomas Hug, who has steered the fair towards a solid reputation in seven years of existence, the fair wishes to maintain a ‘reasonable’ format. The fair’s good reputation is primarily […]

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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 […]

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19th Century art – Top 10 sales [25/01/2019]

This week our fortnightly series of auction rankings – highlighting key trends in the art market – takes a look at 2018’s best results for 19th century masterpieces. In 2018 Christie’s was the clear leader on the highly lucrative segment of 19th century masterpieces, hammering 9 of the year’s top 10 auction results. Half of […]

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The Top 20 female artists in the global Art Market during 2018 [22/01/2019]

Although women account for half of the world’s population (and therefore half of the world’s intelligence, sensitivity and inspiration…), they are still substantially under-represented on the global Art Market. Looking back, women did not become a regular part of art history’s narrative until the end of the 19th century. However, today’s secondary art market is […]

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Flash News : Women also painted – Persona grata [18/01/2019]

Pliny the Elder famously noted: Pinxere et mulieres (women also painted…) “It’s an exhibition in tune with our times” says Alain Tapié, curator alongside Francesco Solinas and Valentine De Beir, of the exhibition Les Dames du Baroque. Femmes Peintres dans l’Italie du XVIe et XVIIe siècles (The Ladies of the Baroque. Women painters in 16th […]

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Hans Hartung appears to have caught the wind [15/01/2019]

After decades of inertia, the market for the great abstract artist Hans Hartung is gaining momentum thanks to support from leading galleries and museums. A major adept of ‘gestural’ painting in the 1920s and 30s (i.e. well before the great American ‘action’ paintings of Pollock, de Kooning, Kline, Motherwell…), Hans HARTUNG (1904-1989) played a key […]

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Artists under forty – Top 10 ranking [11/01/2019]

In our fortnightly series of art market rankings designed to highlight some of its key trends, today’s Friday Top takes a look at the new generation of artists emerging on the secondary market. One conclusion stands out above the rest: you don’t have to be over forty to fetch over a million dollars! There are […]

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Balthus the unclassifiable [08/01/2019]

Earl Balthusz Klossowski de Rola (1908-2001), known as BALTHUS, built an œuvre that reflected his complex  personality, both implicit and explicit, eccentric and reserved. Balthus was raised in admiration of Cezanne by his father, Erich Klossowski, an artist and art historian. He was however totally self-taught, drawing his inspiration from a rich pictorial tradition based […]

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Top bracket artworks for sale at the beginning of 2019 [01/01/2019]

Focus on three rare works on offer in January… No respite for art lovers! The new year begins today for collectors, with two drawings by Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres presented on 1 January 2019 in a municipal auction in Normandy (Bruno Roquigny in Saint-Valéry-en-Caux). The two portraits, one of Ferdinand-Philippe, Duke of Orleans (1841), the other of […]

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Encouraging figures for Cuban Art [25/12/2018]

Cuban art is increasingly diversified, especially since 2014 when La Fábrica was inaugurated and Cuban artist Kcho opened his Art Laboratory in the district of Romerillo. 2014 was also the year US President Barack Obama made his famous speech announcing a thaw in diplomatic relations between the United States and Cuba and, of course, encouraging […]

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Flash News! Oskar Kokoschka – Grayson Perry – Charles White [21/12/2018]

Oskar Kokoschka in Zürich He stared at you with slightly irregular sky-blue eyes. The index finger pointed, he seemed to be poised to speak. Joseph de Montesquiou-Fezensac had so much to tell us. In January 1910 the young Oskar KOKOSCHKA (1886-1980) met Joseph and his wife Victoria at the luxurious Mont Blanc sanatorium in Leysin […]

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Paul Cézanne, the Father of Modern art [18/12/2018]

Cézanne occupies a special place in the history of Modern art. Rejected by the art world at the beginning of his career, he had a major influence on numerous artists. Mocked during his lifetime, his paintings are today among the most expensive on the global market. The story of Paul CÉZANNE’s accession to this special […]

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Top selling sculptures [14/12/2018]

Every other Friday Artprice offers you an auction ranking that brings to light some of the Art Market’s primary trends. This week, we take another look at the best auction results for three-dimensional artworks in 2018. The year’s best global auction results for three-dimensional artworks have – above all – rewarded 20th century French artists: […]

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Artprice: Artprice100©’s “blue-chip artists” index shows a 4.3% increase in a fragile economic context [13/12/2018]

Since the beginning of 2018, the S&P 500 index has been oscillating without really finding a stable growth path. Over the first 11 months of the year, the American benchmark index has posted an increase of just +2.4%, a gain that could well diminish over the next few days. Compared with this performance, the Art […]

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Christie’s Paris. Latest market trends [11/12/2018]

In the insurrectional context that has affected the French capital in recent weeks, Christie’s exhibition rooms were closed the weekend before their Contemporary Art sales on 4 and 5 December. However the results of the sales were generally positive. Christie’s is not afraid of dense sales: on 4 and 5 December it offered a decidedly […]

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Flash News ! Pierre Soulages – Fernand Léger – Christie’s Hong Kong [07/12/2018]

Pierre Soulages, exponential value potential On 15 November, Christie’s in New York hammered a superb new record for Pierre SOULAGES – famous for his outre-noir (beyond-black) – at $10.6 million for a work entitled Peinture 186 x 143 cm, 23 décembre 1959 (a date corresponding to the eve of his 40th birthday). Acquired by an anonymous […]

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Günther Uecker’s bristling œuvre [04/12/2018]

“We need images to communicate the unspeakable” In some ways, the work of German artist Günther Uecker seems like a synthesis of Lucio Fontana’s logic with that of Yves Klein, who he knew well. The purpose of art? To go beyond words… to open the door to immateriality and transcendence while remaining rooted in everyday […]

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The Top10 of Surrealism [30/11/2018]

Every other Friday Artprice posts an auction ranking to help you apprehend the Art Market’s leading trends. This week, Artprice takes a look at the 10 most expensive Surrealist artworks ever sold at auction… A ranking very clearly dominated by Miro. The Catalan Surrealist artist Joan Miro, currently the subject of a major retrospective at […]

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Focus on Francis Picabia [27/11/2018]

Enigmatic, paradoxical, unclassifiable, the work of Picabia was a key element in the strong wind of change that emerged in the early 20th century, especially through the Dada movement. A mainstay of the Western art market, Picabia’s work has never been subject to any major price hikes, but his prices have been progressing at a […]

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Flash News: Mad about Magritte – Pierre Bergé collection – Photography [23/11/2018]

Mad about Magritte Four new records in less than two years! René MAGRITTE (1898 – 1967), one of Surrealism’s central figures, keeps breaking new ground on the secondary market, with a strong acceleration this past year. His auction record has more than doubled in 10 years and on 12 November in New York it reached […]

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New York sales: key figures [19/11/2018]

After the records hammered at New York’s prestige Impressionist and Modern Art sales (including records for René Magritte, Oskar Kokoschka, Jean Arp and Tamara de Lempicka), the city’s prestige Contemporary Art sales have just generated even stronger results, with two works close to the 100 million threshold at Christie’s. Christie’s announces a turnover total of […]

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Top 10 works of abstract art [16/11/2018]

Every other Friday Artprice posts an auction ranking to help you apprehend the Art Market’s leading trends. This week, Artprice takes a look at the 10 most expensive abstract artworks on the auction market and overviews the general value accretion currently affecting the entire genre. Abstraction is now over a century old. The genre was […]

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Evening dress at Christie’s [13/11/2018]

At a time when rivalry between collectors seems to have reached an unprecedented high, Christie’s is poised to raise prices to exceptional levels. Tonight the Art Market’s most powerful players will be present at an exceptional event: a prestige sale organised by Christie’s in New York (13 November 2018). Under the title An American Place, […]

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Flash News: Middle Eastern Art – Art Düsseldorf [09/11/2018]

White Glove sale for Middle Eastern Art On 24 October, Bonhams of London offered the Abraaj collection for sale. A Dubai-based private equity firm and former sponsor of the Dubai Art Fair, Abraaj was known for its collection of Middle Eastern and Asian art. With its founder and CEO Arif Naqvi currently under investigation for […]

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22nd edition of Paris Photo [06/11/2018]

8-11 November 2018, at the Grand Palais in Paris thierry Ehrmann, Artprice’s founder and CEO: « Artprice is proud to have contributed to keeping Paris Photo afloat in 2000 and we are very pleased to see how the fair has established itself as the largest annual event dedicated to photography on the Art Market. It’s an […]

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Top 10 self-portraits [02/11/2018]

Every other Friday Artprice offers you an auction ranking to help you apprehend some of the primary trends in the Art Market. This week, Artprice takes another look at self-portraiture, one of Art History’s primary subjects. By definition, a self-portrait is an image of oneself created by oneself. It is also a way of figuratively […]

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The multitude of art fairs highlights a multi-speed market [30/10/2018]

The global figures show phenomenal Art Market growth: +1,700% since the year 2000 in terms of Fine Art auction turnover, with Contemporary art as the market’s principal driver. However, the extraordinary expansion is not evenly spread across the market… as we saw at the various different art fairs recently hosted in Paris. The FIAC’s results […]

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