L'attualità del mercato dell'arte di Nan GOLDIN (1953)

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After London, Contemporary art sales in New York [23/02/2016]

After the year’s first major sales in London – with a number of new auction records – New York is currently preparing its prestigious Post-War & Contemporary Art sales

30 under 30: photography [24/07/2012]

This summer Artprice will be presenting the future stars of the art market in the form of a weekly ranking of the thirty top-selling artists aged under 30 in each artistic medium: this week we focus on photography.

The New York sales can be summarized in one word: Record! [15/05/2012]

A new record for Post-War & Contemporary Art sales has been set.If we just take Christie’s and Sotheby’s prestige sales of 8 and 9 May 2012, the 102 masterpieces sold generated roughly $578.3 million in revenue and 18 new artist’s records.

Art Paris Art Fair – 29 March / 1 April 2012 [27/03/2012]

The first rendez-vous of the Parisian art calendar in 2012 is Art Paris Art Fair which will open its doors to the public on March 29 with a number refreshing new features. Nearly 48,000 visitors are expected during the 4-day event.

Ahead of the May sales [06/04/2010]

Ahead of the major Impressionist, Modern and Contemporary art sales in May, collectors have been making their annual pilgrimages to art fairs around the world. During March and April, those interested in Contemporary art have been particularly attracted to the Armory Show, Art Paris, Art Tokyo, Art Brussels, Cige, etc.

Focus on the photography market [10/08/2009]

The list of this summer’s photography exhibitions has three big names: Diane ARBUS at the National Museum in Cardiff until 31 August, Richard AVEDON with a retrospective at the International Center of Photography in New York until 6 September and Henri CARTIER-BRESSON, (who was born 100 years ago) at the European House of Photography in Paris (Henri Cartier-Bresson à vue d’œil) until 30 August.

The Boston Five [10/12/2006]

Also known as the Boston Five, David ARMSTRONG, Nan GOLDIN, Mark MORRISROE, Jack PIERSON and Philip-Lorca DICORCIA are five artists who work independently, but who all explore roughly comparable types of « intimate » photography. The similarity of their work and their common origins (they met at Massachusetts College of Art in Boston) has led certain critics to consider them as one and the same entity dubbed the Boston Five or the Boston School.

Contemporary photography: +35% in 2004 [21/03/2005]

In the mid-1990s, paintings were the only medium in the art market that investors considered of any speculative interest. But recently, with growing demand and a wave of artistic renewal, other creative formats have proved as, or more, lucrative than paintings. The photography market has been expanding rapidly for the past five years and is today one of the art world’s fastest-growth segments.

Contemporary photographers rise in the east [03/08/2003]

A wave of enthusiasm among younger generation collectors has driven contemporary photography prices up by 92% in less than six years, an annual growth rate of more than 12.7%. This kind of speculative rally used to be the preserve of big name German and US photographers, but in the last few months the market seems to have been led by less renowned artists of other nationalities.

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