L'attualità del mercato dell'arte di Jasper JOHNS (1930)

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Flash News: Beirut Art Fair – The David Teiger Collection [21/09/2018]

Beirut Art Fair 2018 Art will be everywhere… art is light, it’s peace and it’s a celebration. This quote from Laure d’Hauteville, founder of Beirut Art fair, sounds like a definition of Lebanon itself. A major artistic rendez-vous for the Middle East, the Lebanese fair has been showcasing creativity from the ME.NA.SA region (Middle East, […]

Flash News! Far too big for a house – A focus on POP ART – Frieze art fair [06/10/2017]

Far too big for a house! It’s his birthday and it’s him who is giving us a gift. And what a gift! For David HOCKNEY’s 80th birthday, the Pompidou Centre, in collaboration with the Tate Britain and the MET, presents the most complete retrospective devoted to his work. The Paris exhibition, open until 23 October, […]

Top Prints [24/02/2017]

Discover the best sales every Friday! Every other Friday, Artprice posts a theme-based auction ranking. This week, our rankings reveal the best print sales at auction recorded in just over a year. Picasso dominates First insight: Picasso prints account for half of our world ranking! Not surprising for the most sought after and most emblematic […]

Zeng Fanzhi, twenty years after his debut in Beijing [27/09/2016]

Zeng Fanzhi, twenty years after his debut in Beijing Beijing’s Ullens Center for Contemporary Art has opened a retrospective show for one of the most country’s most famous Contemporary artists, ZENG Fanzhi. The exhibition will run until 19 November 2016 and covers around 25 years of work, including his Hospital and Masks series that made […]

Mixed results for the first part of the Taubman sales [10/11/2015]

The room was packed for this historic sale and the atmosphere was electric…at least, at the start of the bidding, which often lost its momentum somewhat prematurely, leading to a certain amount of anxiety.

New York: a city with a real appetite for art [12/05/2015]

This Tuesday, May 12, is the kick-off date for New York’s major spring sales of Contemporary and Post-War Art.

Roy Lichtenstein [18/02/2014]

Prices soar for works by the big names of twentieth century American art. In 2013 Andy WARHOL was confirmed as the planet’s most profitable artist and his disciple Roy LICHTENSTEIN followed the movement with his best-ever annual auction total.

Sotheby’s: 40 years in Asia [08/10/2013]

An auction house – even one that has existed for 200 years – celebrates its birthday like everyone else, with irrational spending, a big party, compulsive shopping, and lots of alcohol!

Living artists [21/06/2013]

Friday is Top day! Every other Friday, Artprice publishes a theme-based auction ranking. This week: the decade’s top 10 auction results for living artists.

Flash News [17/05/2013]

Every fortnight, Artprice provides a short round up of art market news.

Living artists British vs. American [15/04/2011]

Every other Friday Artprice posts a theme-based auction ranking. This week’s ranking focuses on the 10 best auction results for living artists.

Prints: a very broad price range… [20/12/2010]

A personal art collection often begins with some kind of ‘multiple’ work like a photograph or a print. These formats – which usually change hands at very affordable prices – represent a low-risk way of participating in the art market.

Post-war drawings [01/10/2010]

Every fortnight Artprice provides you with a new or updated ranking in its Alternate-Friday Top Series. The theme of today’s TOP article is the Top10 auction results generated by Post-war drawings.

May 2010: Top 10 auction results [11/06/2010]

Every other Friday, Artprice publishes a ranking of auction records. This week, discover the highest prices recorded in May 2010.

Return of market effervescence [17/05/2010]

With a large number of major collectors clearly back in acquisitive mode, the results of the big sales in New York during May amply covered the price expectations and were a far cry from those posted in May 2009.

Christie’s and Sotheby’s anticipate price increases [03/05/2010]

For their Contemporary Art sales on 11 and 12 May 2010, Christie’s and Sotheby’s are betting on high prices for masterpieces signed Warhol, Klein and Rothko. But above all, the catalogues contain a number of major works that the crisis has withheld from the market.

Venice Biennial Art Fair: the Golden Lion prize [08/06/2009]

The 53rd Venice Biennial Art Fair opens to the public on 7 June 2009. For six months it presents a panorama of global contemporary art in pavilions representing the artists and countries invited. Launched in 1895, the Venice biennial has a long tradition of selecting a handful of artists to receive its prestigious prizes. Do the Golden Lions – awarded parsimoniously over the years – constitute an accelerator for the price indices of the artists that receive them?

American Pop Art – the bubble is leaking air… [21/09/2008]

The general price index for American Pop Art – the epicentre of art market speculation since the beginning of the decade – is showing signs of waning. Although Andy Warhol is the third most expensive post-war artist, along with Francis Bacon and Mark Rothko, auction sales of his works since the start of 2008 have been less successful… Could this be a first sign of market saturation?

Booming contemporary art auctions [24/05/2004]

The New York contemporary art market has posted strong growth over the last five years. Turnover at Sotheby’s and Christie’s evening auctions has climbed steadily to reach a total of USD 168 million in 2004 compared with USD 100 million in 1999.

International contemporary art driven by Phillips, De Pury & Luxembourg [23/11/2003]

The contemporary art market has been doing fairly well of late, and the last big auctions of the year have reaffirmed the trend. The wealthiest US investors are continuing to support new art. Record after record has been falling in New York, and not only for American artists.

AMERICAN POP ART: +160% in 10 years [12/08/2003]

Pop art blurred the lines between fine art and its commercial cousin — an astute business move, apparently, as prices at auction now spiral beyond the reach of many collectors.

Contemporary art auctions in New York reassure the market with 34 records in three days [24/11/2002]

In a tense economic climate, contemporary art auctions in New York are proving stronger than modern art and impressionist art sales. The evening auctions may have been unexceptional. But Sotheby’s and Christie’s still managed some reassuring surprises, generally in the less prestigious later sessions, when prices for some artists showed real growth and some of them turned out to be impressive records.

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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