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What the Art Market has to say about Serge POLIAKOFF (1900-1969)

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London / Paris [16 Oct 2018]

An astonishing start to the new auction season in London has brought the vibrant Contemporary Art market back into the limelight. During the first fifteen days of October, London was the centre of the art world, with top-level events including Frieze London, Frieze Masters and the high-quality and eclectic Design fair, PAD. The city also […]

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Flash News: #ARTVIDEO – Serge Poliakoff – Jean Rustin [10 Jan 2014]

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

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The best Abstract Art results this year [06 Nov 2012]

Finding museum quality paintings by the historical masters of abstract art such as Frantisek Kupka, Robert Delaunay, Wassily Kandinsky, Piet Mondrian and Kasimir Malevich is a major challenge. The best pieces are in museums or private collections from which they rarely depart.

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The largest paintings (January 2011 – May 2012) [11 Jun 2012]

Friday is Top! Every alternate Friday Artprice also posts a theme-based auction ranking. This week we focus on the Top 10 largest paintings sold at auction between January 2011 and May 2012 (ranked by size).

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Nicolas De Staël [09 Aug 2010]

For the second time in fifteen years, the Swiss Pierre Gianadda Foundation has put on a major retrospective exhibition of the painter Nicolas de Staël (18 June – 21 November 2010).

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The Second School of Paris – or informal art after WWII [11 Oct 2006]

Over the last ten years, the price index for the second School of Paris has risen 130%; but it has not yet overtaken the level it reached at the height of the art market bubble in 1990/1991.The term second School of Paris refers to abstract artists working in France between 1940 and 1965. Like the Nice School, the Paris School is not a school as such, but rather a label that allows the art world to lump together a mixed bag of French and foreign artists living in France including the Russian Serge POLIAKOFF, Hans HARTUNG from Germany, Gustave SINGIER from Belgium, JJean-Michel ATLAN from Algeria, and Maria Elena VIEIRA DA SILVA from Portugal, among others. According to a number of art critics, these artists had interests in common with other “informals” like Pierre SOULAGES, Jean FAUTRIER, Maurice ESTEVE, Gustave SINGIER, Roger Bissière and Jean Bertholle.

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European art collection to be sold at Christie’s Paris [10 Apr 2005]

On 14 April, Christie’s Paris will sell 46 post-WWII works belonging to two European collectors.The sale is expected to generate close to EUR 1.5 million in turnover. Most of the artistic movements featured are French: New Realism, Figuration Libre, Figuration Narrative and a large selection of French post-war abstract art.

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The second School of Paris at the forefront of modern art sales [07 Apr 2003]

Paris, 2 April 2003 – Christie’s scores a hit with a lively modern art sale: 100% of lots sold, turnover of EUR2.6 million.

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