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The new MoMA: bigger… more rotation… and greater diversification [29.10.2019]

One of the world’s most important artistic institutions, the MoMA, came into being at the end of the 1920s after a small group of rich New York benefactors, the famous Daring Ladies (Lillie Bliss, Mary Quinn Sullivan and Abby Aldrich Rockefeller), made an initial gift of eight prints and a drawing… almost nothing. Nevertheless that […]

Christie’s and Sotheby’s kick off Paris sales [25.10.2019]

Now well established in the Parisian sales calendar, Christie’s and Sotheby’s both took advantage of the FIAC’s power of attraction with international collectors to organize, during the same week, their Impressionist & Modern Art sessions in Paris, offering catalogues that celebrate the influence of the French avant-garde. For the past four years, Christie’s has presented […]

Anselm Kiefer: success from Lyon to Beijing [22.10.2019]

There is plenty to see by German artist Anselm Kiefer at the Lyon Biennale. Having lived and worked in France since 1993, Kiefer is particularly appreciated in his country of adoption and has received numerous French awards for his work over the years. His work has been the subject of major exhibitions, including Monumenta at […]

Flash News: $12.2m for Banksy – New records at Christie’s – Nara, Japan’s most expensive living artist [18.10.2019]

As Artprice by Art Market has just released it Annual Contemporary Art Market Report, we take a look at the first auction records of the new season. $12.2 million for Banksy’s political parody  Devolved Parliament is a huge painting (250 x 420 cm) completed 10 years ago, the biggest known canvas by Britain’s most popular living […]

Boltanski in the “recomposed past” [15.10.2019]

  Signs reading “START” at the entrance to the exhibition and “FINISH” at the exit somewhat enigmatically suggest that visitors should experience the show as a voyage from one place to another (possibly, even, from birth to death… also suggested by the show’s title “Faire son temps”). Gallery 1 of the Pompidou Center in Paris […]

The Gagosian’s grand projects for the late Simon Hantaï (1922-2008) [14.10.2019]

Yesterday, 13 October 2019, the Gagosian Gallery inaugurated in its wide space at Le Bourget, on the outskirts of Paris, a first exhibition dedicated to Simon HANTAÏ, whose estate the international gallery now represents worldwide. Titled LES NOIRS DU BLANC, LES BLANCS DU NOIR, the exhibition focuses on canvases and prints made between 1969 and 1997, […]

Flash News : Munich: Paper Positions expands and Highlights celebrates 10 years – Olafur ELIASSON at the Tate Modern [11.10.2019]

Munich: Paper Positions expands and Highlights celebrates 10 years The first edition of the new POSITIONS Munich Art Fair will be held from 17 to 20 October 2019 at Reithalle Munich. Victim of its success, the fair has expanded to include works of Modern and Contemporary Art (all mediums combined) and a smaller section will […]

The Contemporary Art Market Report 2019 [07.10.2019]

The Contemporary Art Market Report 2019 Editorial by thierry Ehrmann, Founder/CEO of Artprice by Art Market In commercial terms, the trade in Contemporary artworks is today a veritable market within a market. Our 21st Contemporary Art Market Report focuses on the over 70,000 Contemporary works now bought and sold annually at auctions around the world. […]

Flash News: Cimabue discovery – Zao Wou Ki and Sanyu masterpieces – A major de Staël to be offered [04.10.2019]

Extraordinary Cimabue discovery… “Proud as the century in which he lived, he (Cimabue) perfectly depicted the faces of the people that populate his works, especially those of the elderly, portraying them in a strong and sublime manner that later artists were unable to capture”. (L. Lanzi, Storia pittorica della Italia). CIMABUE (c.1240/50-c.1302) on sale at […]

Frieze London week [01.10.2019]

The first major international art fair of the season, Frieze London opens this week in Regent’s Park. More than 50,000 visitors are expected from 3 to 6 October in London for this 17th edition, mixing the most promising galleries with the most famous dealers, including Tanya Bonakdar, Sadie Coles, Hauser & Wirth, Gagosian, Blum & […]

Flash News: The “last” Botticelli – Jérémy Gobé & Andrea Mastrovito at the Bullukian Foundation – Degas at the Opera [27.09.2019]

The “last” Botticelli A painting by Sandro BOTTICELLI (1445-1510) belonging to the Guardans-Cambó family of Barcelona and declared “an asset of cultural interest” in 1988 will leave Spain to be sold by the Trinity Fine Art Gallery during the Frieze Masters (4-6 October). According to the London gallery responsible for its sale, the portrait was […]

Sam Szafran’s unclassifiable work [24.09.2019]

Sam SZAFRAN died on Saturday, 14 September 2019 at the age of 84. Born in Paris in 1934 to Polish-Jewish parents, he was one of the most important but least known French artists of his generation. Painter, drawer, pastellist, engraver, he described himself as “lucky” having escaped the mass arrest of Parisian Jews (Vél d’Hiv) in […]

Flash News: Peter Lindbergh – Antony Gormley at the Royal Academy – A work by Daniel Buren vandalised [20.09.2019]

Phographer Peter Lindbergh (1944 – 2019) The German photographer Peter LINDBERGH – who died aged 74 on 3 September last – was among those – like Richard AVEDON and Helmut NEWTON – who made an impact on the history of images. A true master of his art, he forever changed the evolution of fashion photography and […]

Tribute to Vladimir Velickovic [17.09.2019]

Vladimir Velickovic, who died of a heart attack on August 29, had just reached a new price level on the auction market and was preparing a major exhibition in France. Considered the most important Serbian painter of our time, Vladimir VELICKOVIC was also a significant figure in French painting as both countries contributed much to […]

Flash News: El Greco – Pandolfini masterpieces – Da Vinci at the Louvre [13.09.2019]

A major El Greco exhibition Grand Palais, Paris: 16 October 2019 – 10 February 2020 Spectacular, colorful and sensual, the paintings of El Greco (Domenikos EL GRECO, 1541-1614) represent – according to Charlotte Chastel-Rousseau, curator of Spanish and Portuguese painting at the Louvre Museum – the “final bloom” of the Renaissance. And yet, neither the […]

15th Lyon Contemporary Art Biennale… in 8 days! [10.09.2019]

This year the Lyon Biennale will be centered on the old Fagor factories in the Gerland district for the first time. Scheduled to open on 18 September and close on 5 January 2020, the Biennale has been titled “Where Water Comes Together With Other Water”, a reference to the geographical location of Lyon (confluence of […]

Takis the magician – The Eileen and I.M. Pei collection – Bouguereau for sale in Lyon [06.09.2019]

Takis the magician (1925-2019) The art world lost two of its most illustrious representatives this summer: Carlos CRUZ-DIEZ (1923-2019) and then Vassilakis TAKIS (1925-2019)  who died at the age of 93. A nail floating motionless in space; a cylinder and a ball that seem to dance to the sound of a dreamlike music… works that seem to […]

The gender (im)balance in the art world: key figures [03.09.2019]

In the fast-evolving segment of the Contemporary Art market, the relative value of works by female artists vs. male artists is growing rapidly. Several important women artists recently refreshed their personal auction records, including Lee Krasner (The Eye Is the First Circle, $11.6 million, at Sothebys on 16 May 2019) and Louise Bourgeois (Spider, $32 […]

Competition over Banksy – POSITIONS Berlin Art Fair [30.08.2019]

Christie’s and Sotheby’s competing for Banksy The world’s two most powerful auction companies are now clearly surfing the banksymania wave! In the coming autumn season, each firm will be organizing an online sale dedicated to the art world’s most famous anonymous person, a year after the theatrical self-destruction stunt involving his Girl With Balloon getting half-shredded […]

The Zwirner Gallery in Paris, with Raymond Pettibon [27.08.2019]

France generates around 2% of global secondary market turnover on Contemporary Art. That’s not much… but the French capital has lots of cultural assets which attract a constant stream of international tourists and collectors, as well as some major international galleries. The Thaddaeus Ropac gallery – already present in Salzburg and London – has now […]

Banksymania [20.08.2019]

The most famous ‘street art graffiti artist’ of our era… and the British public’s favourite living artist… Banksy’s popularity has been confirmed on the Art Market.   According to a YouGov poll, the British prefer BANKSY to Picasso. The Street Art supremo has been named as Britain’s fourth favourite artist in art history… after Leonardo […]

Luc Tuymans… without appearing to be [13.08.2019]

Luc Tuymans is enjoying good visibility this summer with a major exhibition at François Pinault’s Venetian Palace and his market has already reacted, bringing him into the top 100 most successful artists on the global secondary market. Although Luc TUYMANS’ starting point is often some kind of traumatic memory, he refuses to draw on easily […]

Semi-annual Art Market Report (H1 2019) [06.08.2019]

Risks and strategies on the secondary art market – the balance of supply and demand – the profitability of investment in works by the market’s leading artists – the rapid development of Hong Kong – and the mid- and long-term outlook… With the collaboration of its Chinese State partner AMMA (Art Market Monitor of Artron), […]

New Perspectives for South African Artists [30.07.2019]

In auction terms, the bulk of the African art market is focused on the continent’s southern tip in Cape Town and Johannesburg via local sales companies such as Aspire Art Auction, Stephan Welz & Co., Strauss & Co. and Russell Kaplan Auctioneers. Although there is talk of a “boom” in activity, it is worth remembering […]

Robert Combas – ascension of one of France’s enfant terrible painters [23.07.2019]

A leading light of the French ‘Figuration libre’ movement, Robert Combas began his artistic adventure in the Mediterranean coastal town of Sète in the 1970s. Forty years later, his latest auction record has confirmed him as one of the primary representatives of French painting on the Contemporary Art Market. Born in Lyon in 1957, Robert […]

Expressionism au féminin [16.07.2019]

Less famous than Jackson Pollock or Mark Rothko, women artists like Joan Mitchell and Helen Frankenthaler made major contributions to American Abstract Expressionism. Their work is currently enjoying a significant revaluation on the art market. Who are the most sought-after (and the most expensive) American artists on the market? Names like Warhol and Basquiat immediately […]

The Art Market’s Blue-chip Artists Yield Nearly as Much as the Top Performing Companies in the American Economy [15.07.2019]

thierry Ehrmann, Artprice’s founder/CEO, highlights the art market’s excellent performance in H1 2019: « A collector who, at the start of this year, invested in the 100 most successful artists of the last five years (2014-2018), would already be looking at a value accretion of almost a sixth in the value of his/her portfolio. » Artprice100(C) versus […]

Artprice.com is changing its name to Artmarket.com to become a global player in the Art Market [10.07.2019]

thierry Ehrmann: “Artprice recently celebrated its 20th anniversary. It took twenty years to establish Artprice as the Global Leader in Art Market Information, its declared ambition in its 1999 IPO prospectus.” Today, Artprice is unanimously recognized by press agencies, the media (printed and audio-visual), the financial sector, art market professionals, museums and States around the […]

Francis Bacon at the Pompidou Centre: the big autumn event in Paris [09.07.2019]

Due to open on 11 September 2019, the Pompidou Centre has all summer to prepare one of the most anticipated exhibitions of the autumn: Francis BACON (1909-1992). A very singular creator (as his great friend Michel Leiris so aptly wrote, “Bacon painted the scream rather than the horror”), Francis Bacon is one of the most […]

Flash News: Wols “the mysterious” at Sotheby’s – Cindy Sherman in London [05.07.2019]

Wols “the mysterious” at Sotheby’s Among the 42 lots in Sotheby’s London sale of Post-War & Contemporary Art on 26 June last, there was a painting by Otto WOLS (1913-1951) titled Vert Strié Noir Rouge (Green Stripe Black Red) (1946-47). Little is known about this German artist who worked in France and who died at […]

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