L'attualità del mercato dell'arte di Frida KAHLO (1907-1954)

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Buoyant Latin American art Sales [29/11/2016]

Just a few weeks back Phillips in New York celebrated two new records at $970,000 for Carmen Herrera and Mira Schendel reflecting a Latin American art market that seems to have the wind in its sails. This positive signal came just a few days before the major Latin American Art sales in New York on […]

Latest New York summits [17/05/2016]

Traditionally a crucial month for big auction houses, May sees the art market’s major dealers and collectors converge on New York for the Frieze (5-8 May 2016), which acts as a prelude to the much anticipated prestige sales of Modern and Contemporary art

Flash News: PhotoEspana – Anish Kapoor – M C Escher – Madrid – Versailles – London [12/06/2015]

Every fortnight, Artprice provides a short round up of art market news: PhotoEspana – Anish Kapoor – M.C. Escher – Madrid – Versailles – Londres

Female artists and big money results… [22/07/2014]

Women artists and the art market… Now there’s a difficult subject! For years art critics, historians, art market specialists, museum curators and even art fair directors have denounced the huge gap between the values of artworks produced by women and men.

Highlights of New York sales of Latin American art [04/06/2014]

The two days of sales on May 28 and 29 offered a total of 464 lots of Modern and Contemporary Latin American artworks. The signatures included Botero, Wifredo Lam, Jesús Rafael Soto, Carlos Cruz-Diez, Milhazes and Meireles.

Henri Matisse [27/05/2014]

Matisse went through Impressionism, Fauvism and Cubism with an overriding leitmotiv that underpinned the limpidity and power of one of the most important oeuvres of the 20th century: “see life through the eyes of a child”.

Latin American Art: after Diego and Frida? [03/06/2013]

Twice a year, Christie’s and Sotheby’s hold specialised art sales in New York dedicated exclusively to Latin American artists.

Latin American art [30/11/2009]

In 2009, Sotheby’s celebrated its 30th year of Latin American art sales. Its first sale of Latin American art took place in New York on 17 October 1979. Sotheby’s recent sales on 18 and 19 November 2009 generated a total of $13.8m for (with 68% of lots sold) vs. $7.,5m from its previous Latam sales on 27 and 28 May 2009.

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