L'attualità del mercato dell'arte di Diego RIVERA (1886-1957)

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Street art in Mexico City [05/02/2019]

On a global scale, Mexico city – a sprawling megacity with more than 20 million inhabitants – represents a relatively tiny marketplace for art. However, a lot of Mexican art (and there is much) escapes commoditization since it is created in public spaces… for the public… often profoundly transforming the shared moral and cultural values […]

Flash News! Oskar Kokoschka – Grayson Perry – Charles White [21/12/2018]

Oskar Kokoschka in Zürich He stared at you with slightly irregular sky-blue eyes. The index finger pointed, he seemed to be poised to speak. Joseph de Montesquiou-Fezensac had so much to tell us. In January 1910 the young Oskar KOKOSCHKA (1886-1980) met Joseph and his wife Victoria at the luxurious Mont Blanc sanatorium in Leysin […]

What records might we expect from the sale of the century? [24/04/2018]

Make no mistake… this has to be the sale of the century. Generously relayed by the media and masterfully orchestrated by Christie’s for months (world tour of the sale’s principal masterpieces with 14,000 visitors in in Hong Kong), the David and Peggy Rockefeller collection is expected to generate over $600 million. Promoted in no less […]

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 […]

Phillips, a reference vendor for Latin American art [31/05/2016]

The auction company Phillips has become a leading specialist in the sale of Latin American art. Today considered a reference in the field, it provides strong competition to Christie’s and Sotheby’s for control of this lucrative segment which regularly throws up important works by major artists

Flash News: Sotheby’s Top 3 of Modern Art – Christie’s Top 3 of Modern Art – Latin American art – watch this space! [14/11/2014]

Every fortnight, Artprice provides a short round up of art market news: Sotheby’s Top 3 of Modern Art – Christie’s Top 3 of Modern Art – Latin American art – watch this space!

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.

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.

Diego Rivera – “I never believed in God, but I believe in Picasso” [22/03/2007]

Diego RIVERA was a friend of many of the great modern artists, not only Pablo PICASSO but also Amedeo MODIGLIANI, who painted his portrait, Piet MONDRIAAN and André BRETON. In 1913, Rivera experimented with analytical cubism before developing a mature style with simplified forms and bright colours, christened “naif”. His career took off in his home country of Mexico with the painting of mural frescos whose overt political commitment had a massive impact in the spirit of the times.

New York’s Latin American Art auctions are short on spice [01/12/2002]

Although more lucrative than in 2001, November’s auctions of Latin American art nevertheless produced mixed results. The price index for the Latin American movement had looked promising, rising by 5% between January and June 2002.

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