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What the Art Market has to say about Bernar VENET (1941)

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Focus on Bernar Venet [28 Aug 2018]

As preparations for the new art world calendar (September – June, at least in the northern hemisphere) start to emerge, one of the most interesting upcoming cultural events in France is a Bernar Venet retrospective to open on 21 September at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Lyon. The Lyon Museum of Contemporary Art has […]

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Giuseppe Penone – Sculptor of time [28 May 2013]

I went into the wood forest and began a slow, thoughtful and astonishing journey in time. Giuseppe Penone, 1969

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Art Market News in Brief! [05 Apr 2013]

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

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Art Market News in Brief ! [20 Apr 2012]

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

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Art market news in brief… [09 Mar 2012]

Every fortnight, Artprice offers a round-up of the latest art market news in words and figures.

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Bernar Venet – a giant of steel [06 Mar 2012]

Bernar Venet is one of the rare French artists to have achieved international recognition. The fact that he has settled in New York since 1966 is one of the keys to his success. Not long before he moved there, his work was close to conceptual art and radical objectivity, based on mathematics and science.

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KIAF 2011 – Overview [27 Sep 2011]

The tenth KIAF having just ended, Artprice takes a retrospective look at one of the most constant Asian fairs, that of South Korea, the world’s 13th market for Contemporary art.

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La Force de l’Art at the Grand Palais [03 May 2006]

“La Force de l’Art” opens to the public from 9 May to 25 June, bringing together fifteen exhibitions for the first of a new triennial series of shows intended to restore France to the forefront of the international art scene.

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Is France’s contemporary art market in crisis? [07 Jun 2005]

On 9 May 2005, François Pinault abandoned his plans to turn Renault’s old factory site in Boulogne-Billancourt into a contemporary art foundation. Worn down by bureaucratic obstructions, he opted instead to take his collection to Venice’s Grassi Palace. It was one of precious few cultural projects in France not to rely on public subsidy and would have created a rival for London’s Saatchi gallery and a great opportunity to promote French contemporary art.

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French contemporary art market under pressure [10 Sep 2003]

FIAC, France’s biggest contemporary art fair, runs from 9-13 October 2003, with 174 galleries and an estimated 70,000 collectors expected to attend. With doors due to open in a few days, Artprice takes the pulse of one of the market’s most volatile segments.

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How does the French contemporary art market measure up today? [30 Jun 2003]

Since it reformed its auctioneers, France has increased its share of the auction market from 7% of worldwide turnover in 2001, to 8.6% in 2002. Yet growth in the wider sector has done little for the contemporary art market. France only generated 4.5% of the proceeds from contemporary artworks in 2002.

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