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26 articles taggés "auction"
Auction houses: the year at a glance
Gauguin: historical sales
The Latin American wave
Though with a lower profile and fewer record prices than the English-speaking and European markets, Latin American art market is still a major showcase…
Art loans: already in decline?
The flagship product of the second half of the 2010s, the art secured loan, has been increasingly beleaguered since the start of the year, raising…
"Turquin Caravaggio": Not Toulouse, but Fifth Avenue
In the end, the "Turquin Caravaggio" was not put on sale at the Toulouse Corn Exchange on Thursday as planned. In the late afternoon of Tuesday 25…
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The Odiot company
Part of the silversmith aristocracy, Odiot was supplier to the Europe's leading courts, and its most outstanding achievements sometimes top the €200,000…
Brexit: wait and see
After almost half a century of living "together", the United Kingdom stopped being part of the European Union on 1 February. London and Brussels have…
Buffet’s porcelains, or Riopelle’s materials
Modern and contemporary art were feted in Lille, where France was represented by illustrious figures from Survage to Riopelle, not to mention Bernard…
Photographs and drawings from across the Atlantic
Cindy Sherman, Salvador Dali and Thierry Cohen have one thing in common: they created on both American continents.
Childhood Visions of Vietnamese Painters
Two of the greatest artists from the Hanoi College of Fine Arts painted intimate, poetic works.
Art Market Overview: the Richter market brightens
After dipping slightly, Gerhard Richter's prices seem to be bouncing back, at least according to the Artnet website.
Amélie Marcilhac: Art Deco as a cultural heritage
Daughter of the illustrious 20th-century decorative arts expert, she established herself in her own right through her knowledge and rigorous standards.…
Art Market Overview: The rise of urban art
Artprice looked into the urban art market, which has been booming for around 10 years, successfully moving from the street to galleries and auction…
Artprice: Analyzing 20 Years of Contemporary Art
The French database attests to contemporary art’s encroachment on the auction market over two decades.
Historic Decisions for the Drouot Group
Covid-19 has forced Drouot to shut down for the second time this year, but that must not overshadow the decisions made at the September 30 shareholders’…
Jean-Luc Martinez: Bid for the Louvre!
The chairman and director of the world's largest museum takes us behind the scenes of an "online only" auction designed to finance "projects to support…
The Art Market: Champion of the Circular Economy?
Between global climate and health threats, the explosion of online practices and changing consumption patterns, the long-established view of the economy…
Benefiting the science of tomorrow
Gearing up for the future, the Palais de la Découverte in Paris reached for the stars with an auction of items telling its story.
Art Market Overview: the Chinese Market in Decline
Artnet's report on the Chinese art market, published last month in partnership with the China Association of Auctioneers, highlighted a notable change…
2021: A Fresh Start for Drouot
Drouot is ringing in the New Year with key changes in its organization.
Alexandre Giquello and Brice Pescheteau Badin: Drouot Shifts into High Gear
Alexandre Giquello and Brice Pescheteau Badin, president and director of Drouot Patrimoine and Drouot Enchère, respectively, spelled out the Paris…
Art Market Overview: the Highest Prices in 2020
Every year, Artprice ranks the most expensive artworks sold at auction. The website posted very positive results for 2020, but scales of values decreased.…
Art Market Overview: The Internet and Auction Houses
On February 7, the Conseil des Ventes, France’s public auction watchdog, released the findings of a survey on French auction houses’ online bidding…
Farewell to Jean-Pierre Camard, the First 20th-century Decorative Arts Expert
The expert Jean-Pierre Camard passed away in February. He was the first to specialize in Art Nouveau and Art Deco, fields that have soared in popularity.…
1891-2021: The Gazette Celebrates Its 130th Anniversary
This magazine, which has been surfing the web since 1996, certainly doesn't look its age. We look back at the birth and history of a flagship title…
A Collection of Furniture by Gabriel Viardot, Master of Japanism
"Œuvres Choisies": An Imaginary Menagerie and More
Jean Royère: Naturally Original
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