Daniel SPOERRI (1930)

Daniel Isaak FEINSTEIN

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During their lifetimes, several New Realists gained considerable recognition in the United States. Their participation in the artistic maelstrom of New York during the 1960-80s partly explains their success at American and British auctions. Pierre Restany, a travelling art critic and polyglot involved in the emergence of the movement, worked towards their promotion in the USA; artist Niki de Saint Phalle, a French-Americain, frequently crossed the Atlantic; Jean Tinguely gained notoriety with his Homage to New-York, a cacaphonic happening at the MOMA in 1960 whose apotheosis was its intended self-destruction. The following year, Arman exposed for the first time in New-York, while Leo Castelli, a dealer of Warhol, Lichtenstein and Rauschenberg, opened his gallery to Yves Klein.

New Realism is in favour this year: following the tribute to Yves Klein at the Georges Pompidou centre which closed last February, the whole movement is the subject of an exhibition in the Paris Grand Palais, running until 2 July, 2007. Prices for the New Realists have risen by more than 120% since 2000. However, these artists’s works are still valued some 30% below the price levels achieved in 1989-1990.

From 6 to 10 October, Paris will celebrate the 32nd edition of the FIAC (Foire Internationale d’Art Contemporain). The giant Porte de Versailles exhibition complex will house 227 gallery stands, 99 of which are due to be French. In addition, a number of Parisian auctions houses have organised sales of excellent selections of contemporary art to coincide with the event. The day after the Fiac’s opening celebrations, Sotheby’s will be offering part of a collection belonging to the Durand-Dessert gallery. On 8 October, the auction house Cornette de Saint-Cyr will be selling 179 works, including an important selection from the Fondation Veranneman Collection.

On 19 April, the auction house Cornette de Saint Cyr well be the venue for a major auction of contemporary art dedicated to the New Realists and entitled « The ‘New Realists’, Contemporary Art, Banque Worms Collection ». This is not the first time.

Der Künstler Daniel SPOERRI (1930) (Rumänien) wurde im Jahr 1930 geboren Das älteste auf der Webseite registrierte Auktionsergebnis ist ein(e) skulptur volumen verkauft im Jahr 1986 bei Charbonneaux; das neueste ist ein(e) gemälde, verkauft im Jahr 2021. Die für diesen Künstler von Artprice erstellten Kennzahlen und Markttrends basieren auf 2.064 Versteigerungen. Insbesondere: skulptur volumen, druckgrafik-multiple, gemälde, zeichnung aquarell, fotografie, teppiche, gegenstände, lampen. 17 Werke des Künstlers/der Künstlerin Daniel SPOERRI (1930) werden demnächst auf Auktionen zu finden sein. Auf dem Artprice Kunstmarktplatz werden 8 Werk(e) des Künstlers/der Künstlerin angeboten. , in 8 Artprice-Store(s) erhältlich sind.