贝歇夫妇 (1959)的艺术市场新闻

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艺术市场观察目录

GERMAN PHOTOGRAPHY – From reality to fiction [2006年05月10日]

Bernd and Hilla Becher are the leading lights of « objective » photography in Germany. Their approach refutes the anecdotal and focuses on inventorying anonymous « industrial sculptures » that appear throughout our environment. The radicalism of their documentary work had a strong impact on their students including Andreas Gursky, Thomas Ruff, Thomas STRUTH and Candida HÖFER. This later generation of photographers assimilated much of the Becher’s approach, although sometimes freeing itself from the « objective » view of reality by altering their images. From an auction and museum preference point of view, the later generation seems to have become more popular than the objective purism of the Becher period.

Contemporary photography: +35% in 2004 [2005年03月21日]

In the mid-1990s, paintings were the only medium in the art market that investors considered of any speculative interest. But recently, with growing demand and a wave of artistic renewal, other creative formats have proved as, or more, lucrative than paintings. The photography market has been expanding rapidly for the past five years and is today one of the art world’s fastest-growth segments.

Highly attractive photography auctions [2004年10月10日]

After a sluggish 2003, the photography market is now booming once again. With prestigious sales to take place at Sotheby’s, Christie’s and Phillips in the next few weeks, Artprice has taken stock of one of the art world’s most dynamic segments.

Contemporary photographers rise in the east [2003年08月03日]

A wave of enthusiasm among younger generation collectors has driven contemporary photography prices up by 92% in less than six years, an annual growth rate of more than 12.7%. This kind of speculative rally used to be the preserve of big name German and US photographers, but in the last few months the market seems to have been led by less renowned artists of other nationalities.

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