What the Art Market has to say about Joseph BEUYS (1921-1986)

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Works collected by Christo and Jeanne-Claude arrive at Sotheby’s [05 Feb 2021]

Like all artists, CHRISTO (1935-2020) and Jean-Claude fraternized with other artists and in some cases became very close friends. And like most artists, they also acquired and surrounded themselves with artworks they particularly liked. Christo and Jeanne Claude together acquired some exceptional pieces during their lives including works by Andy WARHOL, Marcel DUCHAMP, Lucio FONTANA […]

Flash News: Middle Eastern Art – Art Düsseldorf [09 Nov 2018]

White Glove sale for Middle Eastern Art On 24 October, Bonhams of London offered the Abraaj collection for sale. A Dubai-based private equity firm and former sponsor of the Dubai Art Fair, Abraaj was known for its collection of Middle Eastern and Asian art. With its founder and CEO Arif Naqvi currently under investigation for […]

Flash News: Yoko Ono – Adrian Villar Rojas – Marian Goodman – Ancient art and Art Nouveau – the past and the future [11 Sep 2015]

Every fortnight, Artprice provides a short round up of art market news: Yoko Ono: “The world’s most famous unknown artist” – Adrian Villar Rojas, Marian Goodman’s rising star – Ancient art and Art Nouveau – the past and the future

2012 in review : Artprice’s Choices. [26 Dec 2012]

While the year 2012 is coming to an end, Artprice looks into the rear view mirror and delivers the point of view of the art market key players.

Jörg Immendorf [05 Aug 2007]

Jörg Immendorff started out in landscape painting, studying with Theo OTTO, before joining the Art Academy in Düsseldorf under Joseph BEUYS. He launched the LIDL movement in 1968, which was censored by the Ministry of Culture the following year. He was thrown out of the academy as a result of the controversy. This incident propelled Immendorf into the big league, and by the time he was featured in documenta 5 in 1972 he was already considered a major artist.

Anselm Kiefer [10 Jun 2007]

Born in Germany six months before the end of the Second World War Anselm KIEFER began by studying law and romance languages in 1965 at Freiburg in Breisgau, before switching to follow the art courses taught by Peter DREHER and Horst ANTES. He held his first exhibition at the age of 24. In 1970, he went to study under Joseph BEUYS.

Joseph Beuys at the Tate Modern [14 Mar 2005]

The new exhibition « Actions, Vitrines, Environment » at the Tate Modern in London features the work of Joseph Beuys and runs until 2 May 2005.

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