Vieillot et radin, le marché de l'art à Paris ? Non, mais... Art Report - art, exhibition, gallery, museum, fair, for artists, collectors. Art Market. You are here: Home / Art Market HONG KONG.- Sotheby’s Hong Kong presents 187 lots of Modern and Contemporary Southeast Asian Art estimated in excess of HK$77 million / US$9.9 million* in two sales on 5 and 6 April during its Spring 2014 Sale Series.
At Modern and Contemporary Asian Art – Evening Sale on 5 April, sixteen exceptional works by the region’s most iconic artists will be offered, including works by modern masters S. Sudjojono, Sudjana Kerton, Affandi, Cheong Soo Pieng, Romauldo F. Locatelli as well as leading [...] GENESO, NY.- On March 29th, Cottone Auctions will be holding their annual Winter Fine Art and Antiques Auction offering 500+ lots in Cottone’s 6000 square foot gallery at 120 Court Street, Geneseo, NY. HONG KONG.- Following the success of its 40th Anniversary Evening Sale last October which established auction records for 12 modern and contemporary Asian artists, Sotheby’s Hong Kong presents Modern and Contemporary Asian Art – Evening Sale on Saturday, 5 April 2014. FT Arts Extra - Arts culture and events, news and reviews from the Financial times plus videos, podcasts and slideshows.
Arts / Visual Arts - Latin American art is on the up. Last month, hundreds of foreign collectors, museum curators and dealers made the long trip to São Paulo in Brazil to attend the opening of the city’s 51st Biennial.
Among them were leading art world figures: Sir Nicholas Serota, director of Tate; Catherine Grenier, deputy director of the Pompidou Centre; Hans Ulrich Obrist, roving curator and co-director of the Serpentine Gallery; collector Estrellita Brodsky, who endowed the curator of Latin American art at the Museum of Modern Art in New York. Their presence reflected the rapidly rising level of interest in Latin American art. Tate’s Latin American art acquisitions committee is now eight years old; Pompidou is creating a Latin American project; the Lyon Biennale has just named an Argentinean curator for next year’s edition.
Culturally, fiscal incentives since the 1980s have led to a proliferation of museums and non-profit contemporary art centres. AMR2010-key-findings.pdf (Objet application/pdf) World Wealth Report 2010. Interactive Chart: Cost Of Living Extremely Well Index - Forbes.com. Price Index Of Luxury Goods Keeps Pace With Inflation - Scott DeCarlo - Running The Numbers. The 53 Art Museum Opens in Guangdong. On May 29, the 53 Art Museum, the first nonprofit private art museum of China, opened in Guangzhou.
Meanwhile, a large scale contemporary art exhibition--“Do My Stuff” is showcasing at the 53 Art Museum. The concept of the 53 Art Museum shows that the owner and the director have a well understanding about the signification of action art and its relation to Chinese tradition and art history. It is reconstructed by old architects. Some former hangars of China rail has been transformed into a new space. It is a site that preserves the old while creating something new. Beside exhibition spaces, museum offices, and offices for the art magazine Gallery, as well as for the Guangzhou Live staff, the 53 Art Museum also features a party lounge and 5 artist-in-residence studios, an event space for hire, and much more.
“Do My Stuff—Contemporary Art at Guangdong” is organized by the well-known critic Yang Xiaoyan. 36 local contemporary artists from different generations join this exhibition. Shi Lei. The Ten Priciest Chinese Artworks at Auction in 2010. Amid a global recession, 2010 was the year that mainland Chinese collectors really began to make their presence felt in auction houses around the world.
The prices they were willing to pay for prized symbols of their patrimony — not incidentally showing off the super-wealth generated by their country's charging economy — showed what a game-changer this relatively new pool of buyers has become. ARTINFO China looks back on a momentous year in the salerooms to bring you our picks for the top ten lots of the year. 1. The Qianlong-era porcelain vase that sold for $85.9 million at provincial British auction house Bainbridges on November 11, setting a new record for a Chinese work of art at auction BACK STORY: It was a collector's fairy tale come true. NEXT ACT: Private collections in the West are crammed with imperial-era treasures. 2. 3. 4. 5. Artnet - The Art World Online. Best Art News Around the World » A record year for Christie’s. Two North Italian style tables with opposing winged griffins reputedly sold for a fraction of their construction price.
Christie’s will announce record global sales of £3.2 billion ($5 billion) for 2010 next month. The figure includes both auction sales and private sales, and just nudges ahead of the company’s previous high of £3.1 billion in 2007. Sotheby’s will announce its figures in dollars, and its website indicates that its global auction sales have almost doubled last years, reaching $4.3 billion, not including private sales. Sotheby’s shares opened at $47.25 in New York yesterday, more than double the $21.76 low earlier in the year. Dreweatts auctioneers held a sale in Newbury last week of stock from furniture dealer John Hobbs.
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