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Our favorites of the week #5 [2020年04月24日]

During the lockdown Artmarket’s teams have decided to select their favorites on Artprice’s online marketplace and share them with you. For this fifth weekly rendezvous we have picked out a selection of conceptual and minimalist works that could even be – why not – part of the same collection! The first is a ‘Theospacial Sphere […]

The switch to online – no.1: Focus on French results [2020年04月21日]

The art market has never experienced such a sharp crisis. Within a matter of days, auctioneers around the world have been forced to postpone or even cancel their physical sales in order to comply with the health emergency restrictions. However, the art auction market is not at a complete standstill. Although very slow, activity continues […]

Our favorites of the week #4 [2020年04月17日]

During the confinement, Artmarket is proposing a weekly selection of ‘favorites’ from the works available on its online marketplace. For this fourth selection, we are happy to point you towards a harmonious and ascetic piece by the great lady of ‘constructed’ art, Aurélie Nemours; a superbly efficient nod to the roaring twenties with a man […]

Kawsmania in the art market [2020年04月14日]

Brian Donelly, aka “Kaws”, was born in New York in 1974. Now in his forties, the American artist started his career in graffiti and ‘subvertising’, the unlawful détournement of commercial advertisements. However, such was his style that the targets of his subvertising – brands like Marc Jacobs, Nike, Dior and the Disney Studios – offered […]

Our favorites of the week #3 [2020年04月10日]

For the third consecutive week, Artmarket’s teams have selected their ‘favorite’ works currently being offered by our partner galleries. We are happy to bring to your attention a superb bronze by Manolo Valdès, a poetic and graphic work in India ink by Henri Michaux, a dense and dynamic ‘lyrical abstraction’ by John Cluysenaar and an […]

The new art fairs calendar [2020年04月07日]

The Covid 19 health crisis has completely upset the global art fair calendar. Since the beginning of the year, cancellations and postponements have followed one another from Asia to Latin America. Dozens of fairs around the world and thousands of exhibitors have been affected. To help you plan ahead, here is a calendar specifying all […]

Our favorites of the week #2 [2020年04月03日]

During this period of confinement, Artmarket’s teams have decided to share with you, every week, their “favorites” among the works promoted by our partner galleries. Bring art into your home by discovering a superb marine by Raoul Dufy, a young woman reading art sales catalogs by Norbert Briar, a large photograph by Raymond Depardon and […]

Afro-British artists… brief history of their market emergence [2020年03月31日]

In 1980s London, “Black art” moved from the margins to the center of British culture thanks to personalities like Eddie Chambers, Lubaina Himid and Keith Piper, whose campaign for a greater representation of black art in Great Britain culminated with the historical exhibition The Other Story organized at the Hayward Gallery in 1989. At the […]

Drawing… the Guerlain prize… a growing market [2020年03月27日]

The Guerlain prize… an important award The coronavirus hasn’t stopped everything. The 13th edition of the prestigious Guerlain prize for drawing has been awarded as planned, albeit subject to the safety restriction measures currently in place in France. The jurors voted from their individual places of confinement to elect the artist whose work they most […]

Our favorites of the week [2020年03月26日]

During this period of confinement, Artmarket’s teams have decided to share with you, every week, their “favorites” among the works promoted by our partner galleries. Bring art into your home by discovering a canvas by Auguste HERBIN, a watercolor by Mel RAMOS, an engraving by Piero DORAZIO and an acrylic by Vladimir SEMENSKIY. Want more? […]

Contemporary art in Chile… [2020年03月23日]

Elodie Fulton, Director of the Ch.ACO art fair – announced as postponed on March 12 to counter the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic – explains how evolved the Contemporary art in Chile. The idea of organizing an art fair in Chile was born in 2007. A small group of people from the art world, familiar with […]

The art market reacts to Covid-19 [2020年03月19日]

Although confinement measures are clearly a curse for an entire ecosystem dependent on the circulation of art fans and collectors, art market professionals intend to keep themselves active by adapting to the new situation, or even by reinventing themselves. In most cases this will involve some degree of federation as well as a significant expansion […]

5 views of Tefaf [2020年03月13日]

The gallery owners below were interviewed on March 10, 2020. The next day, Tefaf Maastricht announced the premature closure of the fair, five days before the scheduled date.  » In close consultation with the city of Maastricht, the health authorities, and MECC Maastricht, TEFAF has decided to shorten the fair and to close by the […]

Cancellation of Art fair Tokyo and the Japanese market [2020年03月10日]

As part of the effort to prevent the spread of Covid-19, the Art Tokyo association has been forced to cancel its 14th edition of Art fair Tokyo – the oldest trade fair in the country – as well as World Art Tokyo 2020. The announcement was posted unexpectedly on March 9, just ten days before […]

Top results during Armory week [2020年03月10日]

New York’s Armory week attracted large crowds last week, generating a satisfactory start to 2020’s global calendar of ‘arty’ events. In the framework of New York’s much anticipated Armory Week, all the fairs, exhibitions, auctions, conferences and private tours attracted good audiences. The enthusiasm was generally reassuring for the global Art Market after the cancellation […]

Artprice at the Sotheby’s Institute of Art in New York: the Art Market might have reached a turning point [2020年03月04日]

Art history has traditionally analysed the evolution of artistic trends by reference to precise criteria such as dates, places, movements and techniques. Nowadays, however, a far more flexible and interconnective approach seems to prevail, most likely driven by the dynamic links between ideas, exhibitions, artists and works resulting from the proliferation of the Internet and […]

Hans Arp – market data [2020年03月03日]

Dadaism, Surrealism, Abstraction… Jean (Hans) Arp was closely involved with some of the most famous developments in fine art during the first half of the 20th century. Ahead of an exceptional sale of works previously belonging to Greta Stroeh, Artprice takes a close look at the market for creations by this pioneer. From the birth […]

Coronavirus… impact on the art market [2020年02月28日]

Cancelled fairs, postponed or relocated sales… the measures taken in response to the possibility of a coronavirus pandemic are causing severe turbulence on the Art Market. Hong Kong and Art Basel under strain Hard hit by the coronavirus epidemic, Hong Kong has closed almost all its borders with mainland China. This decision has dealt a […]

Dorothea Lange… making images speak [2020年02月25日]

New York’s Museum of Modern Art developed strong links with photographer Dorothea LANGE (1895-1965) at a very early stage. She contributed to the Museum’s very first photography exhibition in 1940 and participated in the preparation of her first retrospective, which opened in 1966, three months after her death. Today, her work still looks extremely modern and […]

David Hockney makes the biggest splash in London… [2020年02月17日]

On 11 February David Hockney’s The Splash sold for £23 million ($31.2 million) in London – at more than eight times its 2006 price – taking Sotheby’s total revenue from its prestige Contemporary Art sale to $120 million, substantially ahead of Christie’s $72.7 million total from its equivalent session the following day (12 February). Before […]

Opening now… Art Karlsruhe 2020 [2020年02月13日]

Kicking off the season of German art fairs, Art Karlsruhe (13-16 February 2020) will be opening the doors of the city’s vast exhibition center for the 17th time since 2004. The fair, which focuses on artistic creation from the 20th century, has stabilized its position in Europe, with over 50,000 visitors to each of the […]

London, weaker performances [2020年02月10日]

London’s prestige art sales last week opened the 2020 auction season with less impressive results than in previous years. The turnover figures were clearly down on 2019 and together Christie’s and Sotheby’s Imp/Mod + Surrealist sales on 4 and 5 February last week took $202.4 million versus $326 million a year earlier (more than $124 […]

Surrealist mood… [2020年02月07日]

The market data is clear: René MAGRITTE (1898-1967)  is currently the top-selling painter of the Surrealist movement. In the last three years, demand for works by the Belgian artist has been unprecedented with record after record in the auction rooms, and 2019 was a historic year for his market with more than $128 million hammered […]

London kicks off the 2020 calendar [2020年02月04日]

With the UK’s divorce from the EU having just been formalised, the Art Market is in full swing in London with the first prestige sales of the year. This Tuesday (4 Feb) and tomorrow (5 Feb), Sotheby’s and Christie’s will be hosting the first major Impressionist, Modern and Surrealist sales of 2020, proposing works by […]

What records might we expect? [2020年01月31日]

As 2020’s first major art auction sales loom into sight, we have taken a look at what Christie’s and Sotheby’s will be offering on 4 and 5 February in London: a total of 58 Impressionist, Modern and Surrealist works. Combining some of the best signatures from the 19th and the beginning of the 20th century, […]

Dora Maar at the Tate Modern [2020年01月28日]

A committed artist and intellectual, Dora Maar was recognized during her lifetime, signing commission contracts, publishing in numerous magazines, and exhibiting works alongside the 1930s avant-garde. After her relationship with Picasso ended, her distress and deep depression cut her off from others. She voluntarily isolated herself, but her activity remained intense and she devoted over […]

How to objectively define Contemporary Art in 2020? [2020年01月24日]

For the sake of coherence, clarity and transparency, Artprice’s editorial team has always divided Art History into five main periods with artworks being classified according to a simple and indisputable criterion… the birth year of their creators: Old Masters’ … artists born up until 1760 ‘19th century’ … artists born from 1760 to 1860 ‘Modern’ […]

Artgenève, interview with Thomas Hug [2020年01月21日]

Although Artgenève has continued to grow over the decade, it is still a fair on a human scale compared with the Basel juggernaut. Created in 2012 by Thomas Hug, this event opens its ninth edition on 30 January with just under 90 exhibitors. The return of major galleries (including Gagosian, Hauser & Wirth, Tornabuoni) and […]

Inside Outsider Art [2020年01月17日]

It’s almost a textbook case: when a movement, disconnected from any existing networks, begins to gain visibility – often via self-funded exhibitions – and brings together a small community of artists, connoisseurs and collectors, it already has a reasonable chance of sticking. Then galleries get involved… public recognition starts to pick up… the artists’ works […]

Kiki Smith in Paris… last chance! [2020年01月14日]

Curator Camille Morineau organised the vast retrospective of Kiki Smith’s work that is currently showing in the 10,600 ft² of the Monnaie de Paris until 9 February 2020. It’s the first solo show by this American artist in a French institution and it represents a unique opportunity to discover her singular, poetic and powerful universe, […]

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