L'attualità del mercato dell'arte di Tracey EMIN (1963)

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The year’s first Contemporary Art Market indications [19/03/2019]

In London, the year’s first major results in Post-War & Contemporary Art were encouraging. Christie’s and Sotheby’s both posted excellent totals, doubling their combined 2018 sales turnover. Sotheby’s posted $145 million from its sales on 5 and 6 March while Christie’s generated 140 million (including the total from the much anticipated Georges Michael collection), and […]

Flash News: Damien Hirst’s manager to sell collection – The Pinault Collection – Stand up! [24/08/2018]

Damien Hirst’s manager to sell collection via Sotheby’s It’s the sale of the new season: on 21 September Sotheby’s will host a sale entitled Yellow Ball: The Franck and Lorna Dunphy Collection that will offer more than 200 works by Damien HIRST and other YBAs (Young British Artists) emblematic of the iconoclastic arts scene of the […]

British locomotives [31/03/2015]

Bansky and Damien Hirst – two locomotives of the British Contemporary art scene – pushed the art auction world into new territory with impressive records back in 2008.

Turner Prize – never say never [02/12/2014]

The name of the winner of the Turner Prize will be announced on Monday, 1 December. The four shortlisted artists, whose works are currently on show at the Tate Britain, are two video-makers, a performance artist and a multi-media artist.

Flash News : On Kawara – Jean Dubuffet – Anna-Eva Bergman [18/07/2014]

Every fortnight, Artprice provides a short round up of art market news: On Kawara – Jean Dubuffet – Anna-Eva Bergman

Art Basel lands in Hong Kong. [30/05/2013]

The first edition of Art Basel Hong Kong proved to be a great success with public and dealers alike, attracting 60,000 visitors.

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.

Tracey Emin / Desire and anxiety [28/02/2011]

Since the 1990s, Tracey EMIN has explored the fundamental themes of human relations – sexuality, desire, communication, incommunicability, tenderness, violence, etc. – without limiting herself to any particular medium: her works have a strong symbolic and cathartic power.

YBA 2003: are the Young British Artists still creating a sensation in the auction rooms? [04/04/2004]

When Damien HIRST curated the Young British Artists’ first group exhibition, « Freeze », in London back in 1988, his own work, along with that of Gary HUME, Sarah LUCAS and Fiona RAE, had little market value. At the time, the Young British Artists’ reputation was confined to an inner circle of the London art scene. However, with the group’s main mentors—gallery owner (and advertising mogul) Charles Saatchi, and Jay Jopling, founder of the White Cube Gallery—spreading the faith, global recognition was swift to come.

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