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Focus on Oskar Kokoschka [07/05/2019]

A powerful force in Expressionism, Oskar Kokoschka was a prolific and complex artist. Known above all for his paintings, he was also an engraver, an author and a set designer. Today his work is enjoying plenty of exposure Vienna at the beginning of the 20th century… the 18 year-old Oskar KOKOSCHKA (1886-1980) was admitted to the […]

Christie’s Top 10 results in Q1 [03/05/2019]

In Artprice’s fortnightly series of auction rankings identifying the Art Market’s primary trends, this week’s Friday Top looks at Christie’s best results in the first quarter of 2019. The world’s most powerful art auctioneer (with a global turnover of nearly $5 billion from Fine Art in 2018) just keeps on generating extraordinary results. Two years […]

Matisse engravings [30/04/2019]

“It’s a question of learning and relearning the language of lines”. Matisse to Raymond Escholier Henri MATISSE (1869-1954) is of course known and appreciated for his use of colour, but he was also a master of line, with a freedom of hand that is perfectly visible in the large number of lithographs and engravings he […]

Flash News: Munch at the Bristish Museum – Claude Lalanne – Lee Ufan [26/04/2019]

Edvard Munch at the British Museum With The Scream (a series of 5 works made between 1893 and 1917), Norwegian artist Edvard MUNCH created one of art history’s most iconic images, an image that has been copied many times and appropriated through the generations. In 2012, his pastel version of The Scream – beautifully capturing […]

Old Masters in New York… [23/04/2019]

Italian Baroque, Nordic Renaissance and 18th century English landscapes… Old Master connoisseurs will be this week studying the rarities soon to be offered in New York. Carracci, Guercino, Fra Bartolomeo, de Ribera, Constable, among others… Christie’s Old Masters exhibition opens on 25 April, leaving less than a week for potential bidders to approach the works […]

Phillips’ Top Results in Q1 [19/04/2019]

In Artprice’s fortnightly series of auction rankings identifying the Art Market’s primary trends – this week’s Friday Top article looks at the top 10 results hammered by Phillips during the first quarter of 2019. Richter, Lichtenstein, Kippenberger, Basquiat, Brown, Wool and Kaws … Phillips is increasingly taking a leading position on the Contemporary Art market […]

Beijing: market transformation and Art Beijing’s strategy [16/04/2019]

In less than ten years, China has imposed itself on the global Art Market and now represents the planet’s second largest marketplace. In 2018, China generated $4.5 billion in Fine Art auction turnover behind the United States’ $5.9 billion. But whereas the US total increased 18% last year, China’s total shrank by 12%, suggesting that […]

Flash news: Foujita & Sanyu at Phillips’ – Aristophil… Chapter 3 [12/04/2019]

Phillips Exhibition in Paris: Foujita / Sanyu: Muses & Models, Phillips, which has not yet organized any public sales at its Paris office on Rue du Bac, recently organised an exceptional exhibition of works by the Japanese artist Tsuguharu FOUJITA (1886-1968) and the Chinese artist Chinese SAN Yu (1895-1966) at the Grand Palais. The show’s dates, […]

Hong Kong… Outstanding performance at Sotheby’s [09/04/2019]

The recent series of auction sales in Hong Kong – organised to coincide with Art Basel Hong Kong – generated more than satisfactory results, especially for Sotheby’s, which took its second best-ever sales total in its history. During the latest round of major prestige sales in Hong Kong, competition between bidders was particularly intense and […]

Top-selling drawings in Paris [05/04/2019]

In Artprice’s fortnightly series of auction rankings designed to help you identify the Art Market’s primary trends – this week’s Friday Top! article picks out the top 10 results during the intense week of drawing shows, fairs and auctions as part of Paris Drawing Week. Every year – for the past 13 years – Drawing […]

Fernand Léger – a perfect example of Modernism [02/04/2019]

Fernand Léger’s creations were highly unique and his spirit of independence and ‘avant-gardism’ continue to inspire to this day. Frequently shown by museums, his works are also popular with the market. Fernand LÉGER’s discovery of Cézanne’s work in 1907 acted as an electro-shock: Cézanne was delving into Cubism and Abstraction. Taking up quarters in the […]

Flash News: Upcoming auction sales in New York – Thomas Houseago in Paris [29/03/2019]

Monet, Modigliani, Bouguereau… the best works on offer in May New York’s prestige sales in May look set to generate plenty of spirited bidding battles. We take a look at some of the top lots in the catalogues. A long row of stacks of wheat in a field at sunset, painted with Claude MONET’s classic pastel […]

Art Paris 2019 [26/03/2019]

Grand Palais, Paris, 4 – 7 April 2019. After an intense week of drawing shows and fairs in Paris – Salon du Dessin (27 March-1 April) at the Palais Brongniart, Drawing Now (28-31 March) at the Carreau du Temple, and DDESSIN (29-31 March) at the Atelier Richelieu – the French capital will host the 21st […]

Top 10 results so far in Post-War and Contemporary Art [22/03/2019]

Every other Friday, Artprice posts a “Top” ranking that provides insight into the Art market’s major trends. This week, we look at the artists who have generated the best auction results in Post-War and Contemporary Art so far this year. The prestige sales held during February and March this year highlight four works which each […]

The year’s first Contemporary Art Market indications [19/03/2019]

In London, the year’s first major results in Post-War & Contemporary Art were encouraging. Christie’s and Sotheby’s both posted excellent totals, doubling their combined 2018 sales turnover. Sotheby’s posted $145 million from its sales on 5 and 6 March while Christie’s generated 140 million (including the total from the much anticipated Georges Michael collection), and […]

Flash News: DRAWING NOW and DDESSIN are coming soon in Paris [15/03/2019]

DRAWING NOW art fair 2019 28 – 31 March. Le Carreau du Temple, Paris 3rd arrondissement Drawing Now has been a reference in Contemporary drawings for 12 years. The Fair has successfully resisted intense competitive pressure from newer fairs dedicated to Contemporary drawing such as Art on Paper (Brussels), Paper Positions (Basel, Berlin and Munich) […]

Artprice’s 2018 Annual Art Market Report: record number of global Fine Art auction transactions since 1945 and greater buyer selectivity… [12/03/2019]

Fruit of the alliance between Artprice, world leader in Art Market information (founded and directed by thierry Ehrmann), and Artron, its powerful Chinese institutional partner (directed by Wan Jie), our 21st Annual Art Market Report* allows a truly balanced perspective of the global market that covers both the West and the East. thierry Ehrmann: “By […]

Top Modern art [08/03/2019]

Every other Friday, Artprice compiles a “Top” ranking providing insight into the Art market’s major trends. This week we look back at the 10 most highly valued Modern works in 2018. Generally speaking, the Modern segment generates the Art Market’s most spectacular auction results, including two results above the $100 million threshold last year. In […]

London. Year’s first results… and upcoming sales [05/03/2019]

With the value of sterling contracting against the dollar over the last two years in reaction to Brexit, buying art in London has become slightly more attractive for a market whose principal language is the dollar. While Sotheby’s is claiming that its latest Impressionist & Modern Art sale attracted the most international list of registered […]

Flash News. Arco and Madrid highlight Latin American art – A double-sided Gauguin [01/03/2019]

ARCO and Madrid highlight Latin American art A high point in the European art fair calendar, ARCO opens its doors from 27 February to 3 March 2019 in Madrid with 203 galleries from 30 countries. As every year, one country in particular is given the spotlight, and this time it’s Peru, a country whose creative […]

The « Toulouse Caravaggio » on show in London [28/02/2019]

“If I could have chosen to discover just one work among all those that have been lost in history… I would have chosen this one, without hesitation”. Such is the conviction and fascination of art expert Eric Turquin for the painting known as the “Toulouse Caravaggio” he has been entrusted to sell by auctioneer Marc […]

Upcoming Impressionist and Modern Art sales [26/02/2019]

Over to London for the first series of prestige Impressionist & Modern Art sales of the year… with catalogues promising a number of superb treasures for major dealers and collectors. The hammer starts falling today, 26 February 2019, with two sales at Sotheby’s: the first dedicated to the great Impressionist and Modern artists, with works […]

Top Old Masters [22/02/2019]

Every other Friday Artprice draws up an auction ranking to help you apprehend the Art Market’s major trends. This week we look at the top 10 auction results for Old Master artworks in 2018. Rembrandt, Brueghel, Cranach, Canova, Rubens… museum-worthy names, some of whose works are still circulating today on the auction market. In the […]

An interview with Ewald Karl Schrade, Art Karlsruhe’s curator [19/02/2019]

Last year the 15th edition of the Art Karlsruhe attracted 50,000 visitors, a figure that makes it one of the most visited art fairs in Europe. According to Britta Wirtz, director of Messe Karlsruhe, the “region has a relatively wealthy population” and the fair “attracts many new as well as experienced collectors”. The 16th edition […]

Flash News: Robert Ryman – A female Old Master worth 7 million – George Michael’s collection [15/02/2019]

Robert Ryman… the possibilities of white A square canvas … with white paint: in fact, Robert RYMAN’s radical minimalism is far more subtle than that… but it nevertheless became his trademark. The American artist, who died on 8 February at the age of 88, leaves behind an essential work whose humility is only matched by […]

Japan’s dynamic art market – and – Art Fair Tokyo [12/02/2019]

A number of Japanese collectors are highly active on the world’s major art marketplaces. Cultured and informed, they are interested in Western Art’s key historical figures (especially the Impressionists and Moderns) but also provide strong support for their compatriots. And, although these collectors spend a lot on Western masterpieces (acquired in London, New York or […]

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: 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 […]

The Indian art market [29/01/2019]

Despite Christie’s suspension of sales in Mumbai, the Indian Art Market is still dynamic with strong domestic demand and the India Art Fair, whose 11th edition opens this week in Delhi, is taking lots of new initiatives. Remarkable domestic growth The Indian Art Market has posted strong growth in recent months. Its 2018 annual auction […]

19th Century art – Top 10 sales [25/01/2019]

This week our fortnightly series of auction rankings – highlighting key trends in the art market – takes a look at 2018’s best results for 19th century masterpieces. In 2018 Christie’s was the clear leader on the highly lucrative segment of 19th century masterpieces, hammering 9 of the year’s top 10 auction results. Half of […]

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