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Focus on Bernar Venet [28 Aug 2018]

As preparations for the new art world calendar (September – June, at least in the northern hemisphere) start to emerge, one of the most interesting upcoming cultural events in France is a Bernar Venet retrospective to open on 21 September at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Lyon. The Lyon Museum of Contemporary Art has […]

Top Tens in Europe. Chapter 2: Belgium [26 Sep 2014]

Friday is Top day! Every other Friday, Artprice publishes a theme-based auction ranking. This week: the top ten Belgian bids.

Flash News: Erro in Lyon – Sao Paulo – Phillips and London [18 Sep 2014]

Every fortnight, Artprice provides a short round up of art market news: Erro in Lyon – Sao Paulo – Phillips and London

Sculpture in 2012 [21 Dec 2012]

Friday Top! Every alternate Friday Artprice publishes a theme-based auction ranking. This week: the ten best results for sculpture this year.

New York: historical records for sales of Post-War and Contemporary art [20 Nov 2012]

Flouting the generally unfavorable economic mood, this year’s autumn sales in New York managed to post a new all-time high. Far more buoyant than the Impressionist and Modern Art sales a week earlier, the Post-War & Contemporary segment once again posted the better results: proof that nothing seems capable of undermining the vitality of this safe-haven market.

10th anniversary of Art Basel Miami Beach [06 Dec 2011]

Created in 2002, Art Basel Miami Beach (Florida, USA) has just celebrated its 10th anniversary.

FIAC 2011 – Notes from the fair [25 Oct 2011]

The 38th edition of the FIAC just ended. Nearly 21 countries represented, 168 galleries, close to 70 000 visitors… the 2011 FIAC was a tremendous success.

CONCEPTUAL ART – The mind to the fore! [11 Oct 2007]

As Leonard de Vinci was already affirming, back in the XVth century, art is ‘Cosa mentale’, a thing of the mind. Five centuries after this premise, artists gave the concept precedence over the realisation of the work and the skill of the artist. The work became witness to an idea. Officially born in the 1960s, the conceptual trend is still around today, its tone neutral and the message clearly to the fore.

Great expectations for New York’s May auctions [02 May 2007]

On 8 November last year, Christie’s New York managed to far outstrip its principal competitor Sotheby’s with a record sale that generated USD 491 million from 78 lots!This year Sotheby’s is planning a spectacular response with its New York sales of ‘Impressionist and Modern Art’ and ‘Contemporary Art’ that it estimates will generate between 416 and 561 millions dollars.

MINIMALISM [02 Jan 2006]

Strong demand on the US market has pushed prices for the centre-pieces of 1960s Minimal Art to record highs.

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