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Flash news about NFT [28.05.2021]

Results of the first NFT sale in Europe It was a first for the “old continent’: on 20 May, the European auction house Millon offered 13 NFTs for prices ranging between 400 and 20,000 euros in Brussels. The sale’s final tally was consistent with the overall estimate of 70,000 euros (approximately $85,000), without any of […]

Phillips hammers record after record in Ultra-Contemporary art [17.03.2021]

In the U-C market – that Philips has made a strategic priority – the thirst for novelty seems unquenchable. The success of its New Now sales, mixing established signatures with young artists on auction debuts, just keeps unfolding… Hosted on 3 March last, Phillips’ latest New Now session elicited enthusiasm from all over the globe […]

Works collected by Christo and Jeanne-Claude arrive at Sotheby’s [05.02.2021]

Like all artists, CHRISTO (1935-2020) and Jean-Claude fraternized with other artists and in some cases became very close friends. And like most artists, they also acquired and surrounded themselves with artworks they particularly liked. Christo and Jeanne Claude together acquired some exceptional pieces during their lives including works by Andy WARHOL, Marcel DUCHAMP, Lucio FONTANA […]

Top results in Korea [05.10.2018]

Every fortnight Artprice offers you a theme-based auction ranking that provides insight into the principal trends in the global Art Market. This week’s ranking looks at the most sought-after artists in Seoul. There is only one non-Korean artist in this Special Seoul ranking: the wonderfully obsessive Yayoi KUSAMA. It is not surprising to see this […]

Art, in augmented reality [25.09.2018]

“I must not hurt humans”… The repeated written sentence as punishment… for a robot! The installation Punishment (2017) by Filipe Vilas-Boas and Paul Coudamy features a large articulated arm “sitting” at a desk, busy copying the first fundamental law of robotics, as formulated by science fiction writer Isaac Asimov. However, artificial ‘intelligence’ in the field […]

Flash News: My Buenos Aires – Sigg Collection – Gagosian – Nam June Paik [28.08.2015]

Every fortnight, Artprice provides a short round up of art market news: My Buenos Aires – Sigg Collection – Gagosian – Nam June Paik

Overview of South Korea’s art market [22.04.2014]

The breakthrough of South Korea onto the international art market dates back to the 80s with the presence of Korean galleries at the Paris International Contemporary Art Fair (FIAC) in 1984 and of Korean artists at the Venice Biennale in 1986.

Flash News: #ARTVIDEO – Serge Poliakoff – Jean Rustin [10.01.2014]

Every fortnight, Artprice provides a short round up of art market news: #ARTVIDEO – Serge Poliakoff – Jean Rustin

Focus on Video art between June 2010 and May 2012 [25.05.2012]

Every second Friday, Artprice provides an auction results ranking. This week our focus is on video art and the ten best auction results in this segment between June 2010 and May 2012.

Video Art [04.10.2011]

Unlike the photography segment, the other New Media are not yet proposed in specialised sales or followed by specialised art departments at the auction houses.

Post-War and Contemporary Korean artists [30.09.2011]

Every fortnight Artprice provides you with a new or updated ranking in its Alternate-Friday Top Series. This week we present the ten best results for Korean Post-War and Contemporary artists during the first half of 2011.

KIAF 2011 – Overview [27.09.2011]

The tenth KIAF having just ended, Artprice takes a retrospective look at one of the most constant Asian fairs, that of South Korea, the world’s 13th market for Contemporary art.

Contemporary Korean art [21.09.2010]

A strong symbol of the dynamism of Contemporary Korean art, the 9th edition of the Korean International Art Fair (KIAF) came to an end last week.

Video art: Top 10 auction results [24.06.2010]

Every fortnight Artprice provides you with a new or updated ranking in its Alternate-Friday Top Series.The theme of today’s TOP article is the Top 10 auction results recorded in video art.

Contemporary Korean Art [23.10.2008]

On the one hand, Korean art is being driven by changes within the country that started 20 years ago with the Olympic Games in Seoul and the first fully democratic elections, and on the other hand, by the remarkable success of contemporary Chinese and Indian artists.While Asian auction houses, such as Borobudur Singapore and Seoul Auction Center, are driving the market there, the global majors, Christie’s and Sotheby’s, recently integrated Korean art into their Contemporary Asian Art sales. Korea also has its own art fair, the KIAF, whose seventh edition ended in September.

Video art – the moving image [19.09.2007]

The artist, according to Wassily Kandinsky’s time-honored expression, is ‘the child of his time’. So what could be more normal than to appropriate contemporary technologies, in addition to the images and ideas of one’s era. The boom of television during the 1960s awakened artists, in the United States as in Europe, to the possibilities of a ‘video art’. For nearly fifty years, artists have been exploring the many qualities video has to offer in terms of manipulating the image, narrative power and the temporal dimension.

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