Pascale Marthine TAYOU (1967)

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In Miami traces of damage caused by Hurricane Irma have been erased. The city looks like it’s had a face-lift and the galleries and museums have reopened in preparation for a massive inflow of art lovers from all over the planet. Thousands of artists, tens of thousands of works … This week marks the opening […]

Evidence of the ‘emergence’ of African-origin artists is currently palpable, particularly in France where several major dedicated exhibitions have been organised in recent years. Beauty Congo at the Cartier Foundation (2015) and Art / Africa at the Vuitton Foundation (2017) both managed to show the extraordinary diversity of African art and expand its audience. Carried […]

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With more than ninety galleries from eighteen countries in attendance, the sixth edition of SH Contemporary came to a close this Sunday, 9 September.

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For Pascale Marthine TAYOU (1967) (Cameroon), the oldest auction result ever registered for an artwork by this artist is a sculpture-volume sold in 2007, at Phillips de Pury & Company , and the most recent auction result is a painting sold in 2022. Artprice.com's Advanced Analytics are based on 67 auction results. Especially: drawing-watercolor, painting, sculpture-volume, print-multiple, photography. 2 art works by artist Pascale Marthine TAYOU (1967) will soon be available in auction rooms. , sold by 1 Artprice store(s).