What the Art Market has to say about Subodh GUPTA (1964)

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Sale of Claude Berri’s collection… Part 1 announced [20 Sep 2016]

The art market news this autumn 2016 is dominated by sales of collections. These include works acquired by David Bowie, the presidential couple Ronald and Nancy Reagan, Daniel and Eliane Brollo and Prince Yusupov. There will also be a series of five sales to disperse the works of French film director and producer Claude Berri […]

French artists and professionals in Brussels [28 Jul 2015]

Brussels attracts artists and galleries from neighbouring countries. Its ideal location between France, the Netherlands, the UK and Germany (Paris can be reached in just over an hour, London, Cologne and Amsterdam in about two hours) is not its only asset …

Flash News: William Wegman – Pascale Marthine Tayou – Marlène Dumas [10 Jul 2015]

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New York’s Asia Week catalogues suggest upward price trends [11 Mar 2014]

Ten days after the 16th edition of the Armory Show with its special focus on China, it is now the turn of the major auction houses to address the Asian art market in New York. Asia Week is an annual event and its catalogues include art and artefacts from all over Asia including Japan, Korea, India and South Asia. The week begins on 18 March 2014.

Art Basel lands in Hong Kong. [30 May 2013]

The first edition of Art Basel Hong Kong proved to be a great success with public and dealers alike, attracting 60,000 visitors.

Asian art sales in New York: Indian art in the limelight [26 Mar 2013]

The Asia week kick starts spring in New York with works spanning right through the centuries.

Indian Contemporary Artists under 40 [01 Mar 2013]

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Art Market News in Brief ! [29 Jun 2012]

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Art Paris Art Fair – 29 March / 1 April 2012 [27 Mar 2012]

The first rendez-vous of the Parisian art calendar in 2012 is Art Paris Art Fair which will open its doors to the public on March 29 with a number refreshing new features. Nearly 48,000 visitors are expected during the 4-day event.

Contemporary Indian art [22 Nov 2011]

Long considered as just one of the emerging movements in the BRIC countries (Brazil, Russia, India and China), Indian Contemporary art has managed to carve out a distinct place in the global art market with its own independent identity.

Contemporary Indian artists [18 Mar 2011]

Every Friday fortnight Artprice posts a theme-based auction ranking. This week, the ten best auction results in 2010 for works by Contemporary Indian artists.

Top 10: Women Power! [18 Feb 2011]

Every fortnight Artprice posts a theme-based auction ranking. This week, the focus is on women artists. The ten best auction results in 2010 for works by Contemporary female artists.

The FIAC opens on Thursday 21 October 2010 [11 Oct 2010]

According to Thierry Ehrmann, founder and CEO of Artprice, against a backdrop of economic crisis and uncertainty, the forthcoming 37th edition of the FIAC (21-24 October 2010) will re-affirm the Parisian fair’s stature as the veritable reference in European Contemporary art, particularly now that the Frieze Art Fair seems to be losing momentum.

The highs and lows of contemporary artists [19 Jan 2010]

As expected, auction revenue figures for contemporary artists in 2009 contracted quite substantially (divided by 14 in the case of Damien Hirst, and by 3 in the case of Jeff Koons). However, for all that, the market is not in bad condition. The loss of the speculative element has essentially allowed prices to settle back to 2004 levels.

Indian contemporary art : the podium [14 Sep 2009]

In the 1990s there was virtually no secondary art market in India. Between 2000 and 2008, the price index of Contemporary Art multiplied by seven!While Anish KAPOOR and Subodh GUPTA are among the world’s fifteen top-selling Contemporary artists with auction revenues of €11.2m and €10.7m respectively, the third top-selling Indian artist, TV SANTOSH, had a revenue total only one tenth of his peers’ (€1.2m).

New markets and the crisis [01 Feb 2009]

The most speculative and volatile markets over the last four years, emerging art markets have propelled a number of Chinese, Indian, Russian and Middle-Eastern contemporary artists into the global limelight with extraordinary speed. But with so many young artists fetching such big figures at auctions, some kind of meltdown was inevitable.

India, the new Himalaya of the market? [15 Sep 2008]

Behind China, the other significant emerging force on the international art market is India. In the mid 1990s, India’s strong economic growth produced a new generation of patrons and sponsors willing to invest in the art of their fellow-countrymen. Today, the demand is global and fast-growing, substantially fuelled by the speculative incentive to earn attractive gains on quick turnarounds. The works produced by the new stars of Indian art are exchanged in auction houses in Hong-Kong and Dubai, London and New-York, New Delhi and Paris. After China, India looks like a new Eldorado for collectors / buyers attracted to the speculative potential.

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