What the Art Market has to say about James ROSENQUIST (1933-2017)

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Flash News! dOCUMENTA 14 – Brussels’ art fairs – James Rosenquist [14 Apr 2017]

dOCUMENTA 14. Between North and South Every five years, Kassel becomes the centre of the contemporary art world. 100 days of retrospectives and avant-garde art, scandals and surprises, existential lightheartedness and heated artistic debates. For this 14th edition, Kassel once again surprises and even creates controversy locally, as, for the first time since its creation […]

The Art Basel effect [09 Dec 2014]

Riddled with private and institutional side-shows, the Miami Beach edition of Art Basel now has a whole collection of parallel fairs, turning the week into a veritable marathon for tens of thousands of art lovers from all over the world.

Art Market News in Brief ! [19 Oct 2012]

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Art Market News in Brief ! [13 Jul 2012]

Every fortnight, Artprice provides a short round up of art market news.

Contemporary art market: Christie’s beats the record for an art auction with USD 133.7 million [12 May 2005]

On 12 May 2005, Christie’s set a new record for a contemporary art auction, generating USD 31.7 million more than the existing record of USD 102.7 million also set by Christie’s last year. It only took 65 lots to reach USD 133.7 million. As spectacular, 17 records were beaten during this evening session alone. The record-breakers include notably Franz Kline, Edward Hopper, James Rosenquist, Elizabeth Peyton, Richard Prince and Peter Doig.

James Rosenquist (1933) [29 Oct 2003]

Rosenquist has one of the lowest price indexes among pop artists. The retrospective at the Guggenheim Museum might create renewed interest.

The Pop Art as its Pop Star [19 Aug 2002]

Barely half a century after they were created, the works of Andy WARHOL, Roy LICHTENSTEIN, Jasper JOHNS and Robert RAUSCHENBERG are already seen as collectors’ masterpieces.

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