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L'attualità del mercato dell'arte di Robert RAUSCHENBERG (1925-2008)

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From Monet to Koons… records beaten and stunning results [21/05/2019]

In New York last week buyers were for the most part in a strongly acquisitional mood faced with some 1,700 lots in the catalogues of Impressionist, Modern and Contemporary art. The most outstanding records – $110.7 million for Claude MONET, $91 million for Jeff KOONS and $88.8 million for Robert RAUSCHENBERG – illustrate the extent […]

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Flash News: Art Geneva – Asia and its fairs – Nahon’s art collection [01/02/2019]

Art Geneva is growing This year Art Geneva will host 90 galleries versus 86 in 2018. The fair is expanding, but according to its director Thomas Hug, who has steered the fair towards a solid reputation in seven years of existence, the fair wishes to maintain a ‘reasonable’ format. The fair’s good reputation is primarily […]

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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, […]

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Flash News: Zona Maco – London banks on America – Drawings – BRAFA [03/02/2017]

Zona Maco 2017 Mexico is still poorly represented in the international art market with only two artists in the Artprice 2016 Contemporary Art Top 500 (Gabriel Orozco and Bosco Sodi) and auction proceeds of less than $6m. But the situation is changing quickly and the Mexican art market is becoming more and more dynamic. The […]

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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.

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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.

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New York: historical records for sales of Post-War and Contemporary art [20/11/2012]

Flouting the generally unfavorable economic mood, this year’s autumn sales in New York managed to post a new all-time high. Far more buoyant than the Impressionist and Modern Art sales a week earlier, the Post-War & Contemporary segment once again posted the better results: proof that nothing seems capable of undermining the vitality of this safe-haven market.

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Antoni Tàpies – Poet of materials [21/02/2012]

Considered one of the last great artists of his generation, Antoni Tàpies died aged 88 on 6 February 2012.

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Art Paris Just Art: 31 March – 3 April 2011 [22/03/2011]

Art Paris returns to its usual venue, the impressive Nave of the Grand Palais, where it will welcome around 48,000 visitors over four days. Doors will open to the general public on 31 March.

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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.

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Christie’s and Sotheby’s prepare their prestige May sales in New York [04/05/2009]

The market is holding its breath ahead of the critical May sales in New York that will inevitably gauge the health of the Impressionist, Modern and Contemporary segments.As expected, the price tags are substantially lower than a year earlier in all three segments

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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?

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Robert Rauschenberg (1925-2008) [20/05/2008]

Robert Raushcenberg died on Monday 12 May at the age of 82.Recognised as an heir to Dada and precursor of Pop Art, he glued, assembled and happily combined all sorts of images and materials from his era, playing on their interaction in terms of shape, texture and colour.In 1958, Léo Castelli took him under his wing and organised an exhibition for him. At the time, his technique of Combine-Painting or Combineswas already well developed and he started to explore the transfer technique using solvents in his drawings.

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Christie’s confirms its leading position in contemporary art [21/05/2007]

The thrill of the New York contemporary art auctions is no longer the thousand dollar sale but those achieving millions of dollars. At the height of the May sales, a work by Mark ROTHKO went for 65 million dollars, becoming the most expensive post-war work in the market. These days the Sotheby’s and Christie’s contemporary art auctions are raising proceeds in excess of those on “Impressionist & Modern Art”. In 138 lots, the 15 and 16 May sales generated, all costs included, 639,528,400 million dollars, compared with 515,012,000 million dollars on 123 lots the previous week in the “Impressionist & Modern Art” sales.

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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.

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Robert Rauschenberg (1925) [15/05/2003]

After a decade of stagnation the prices of the first American artist to win the Venice Biennale are finally rising again

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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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