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43 articles taggés "collector"
As head of the Strategic Board of the Richemont Group and President of the Fondation Cartier Foundation for Contemporary Art and the Jeu de Paume in…
Art Basel Miami in 2017
With 268 galleries and a new-look exhibition area, the 16th edition of Art Basel Miami Beach holds the perfect conditions to take over the American…
Leon Amitai, a Latin American art lover
Leon Amitai is a collector and member of Art Basel’s Global Patrons Council. He says that Art Basel Miami Beach is a must for Latin American collectors.…
Lin Han: pushing art’s boundaries
1858 Ltd: high-end consulting
Founders of one of the most prominent consulting agencies, Viola Raikhel-Bolot and Harvey Mendelson advise clients on art assets worth hundreds of…
Three questions for Uli Sigg
Diane Barbier-Mueller lacks neither passion nor ideas to carry on the collection of the museum created in 1977 by her late grandfather.
"Collecting should be fun"
"Collecting should be fun" goes the mantra of the star make-up artist and collector Terry de Gunzburg, who is opening a new store in Paris.
Emmanuel de Bayser’s design
Descending from a long line of experts and dealers in Old Master drawings, Emmanuel de Bayser tracks down famous names in French post-war design.
Karl Lagerfeld: the colour of the 18th century
To pay tribute to the couturier who died on 19 February, La Gazette has decided to focus on the collector, particularly his love for the French 18th…
The new TEFAF report
The new TEFAF report on the Chinese market is a curious animal… At first glance, without any apparent connection with the concerns of the European…
Kejia Wu: an art market emerging before our eyes…
The author of the latest TEFAF report, Kejia Wu, has seen the birth of the world's most important secondary market from the inside. She reveals her…
Alexandre Ivanov: a passion for Fabergé
Collector of the jeweller's pieces and founder of two private museums, this Russian lawyer who made a fortune in IT talks about his passion for art,…
Eric Booth, herald of the Thai scene
Managing director of the Jim Thomson silk company, the smiling collector and his stepfather, Jean-Michel Beurdeley, opened Thailand's Maiiam Museum,…
Biennale Paris, 2019 version
Let’s take a look at the next edition of Biennale Paris – now less than four months away – with Mathias Ary Jan, Chairman of the Syndicat National…
An overview of the Hamilton collection
The sale of several libraries provided a chance to rediscover a remarkable first edition compiling Sir William Hamilton's entire collection of antiquities.…
Karl-Friedrich Scheufele: time is on his side
The owner and vice-president of Chopard, the collector welcomed us to an 18 th -century patrician house at the heart of his manufacturing fief in Fleurier,…
Paul Smith, gentleman collector
The most stylish of English fashion designers is also an art lover who visits exhibitions, takes countless pictures, admires architects, and collects…
Jean-François Dubos: the man who gave Paris Photo a chance
Over the decades, the former president of the French media group Vivendi has assembled a miscellaneous collection dominated by photography. President…
Pedro Corrêa do Lago, the manuscript magician
The Brazilian publisher has assembled one of the world’s largest private collections of autograph letters and manuscripts, to which the book The Magic…
Staffan Ahrenberg, a Scandinavian saga
Sweden's Theodor Ahrenberg was one of the 20 th century’s greatest art collectors. We interviewed his son Staffan, the publisher of Cahiers d'Art .…
Hubert Looser: a daring and intuitive collection
With rigorous standards and determination, the collector and philanthropist has built up one of Switzerland's most important private art collections…
Collectors in the Covid-19 era
Even if all the market players were to go digital to cope with the crisis created by Covid-19, the recovery of business remains highly uncertain, and…
Covid-19, the moment the art world was forced to go digital
The COVID-19 pandemic acutely impacted art galleries traditionally reliant on physical interaction prodding them into the digital realm. As galleries…
César and Arman’s dealer died on 10 September aged 84. Faced with the American juggernaut, he defended the French scene.
Charles Riva and the art of scaling down
The former dealer and collector goes against the flow. While most others accumulate, he is thinking of trimming his collection down to fewer than 100…
The gallery owner and collector, born in Paris in 1936, died quietly on 16 September at 84, to the relative indifference of the media.
Vanessa Guo moves to Paris to open the Marguo gallery
Braving the health crisis, on 19 October Vanessa Guo and her partner Jean-Mathieu Martini will open a new gallery, Marguo, on rue des Minimes. A promising…
Shining a spotlight on the ADIAF, the group behind the Marcel-Duchamp Award
ADIAF created the Marcel Duchamp Award to shine a spotlight on France’s art scene. To celebrate its 20 th anniversary, here’s a look back at this adventure…
The Oscar Kokoschka Collection: an all-encompassing curiosity
This cosmopolitan artist traveled the world in search of art, as the 300 objects in his collection attest. The foundation illustrates all the painter’s…
The New Realists collector Jean Hamon has died
The former real estate developer and collector passed away on October 18 at the age of 85.
Death of Sindika Dokolo, A Leading Collector of African Art
The businessman and leading collector of African art died suddenly on October 29, following an accident in Dubai. He was 48.
Herman Daled: Conceptual Art Loses its Greatest Supporter
The outstanding Belgian collector of contemporary art died on November 8, aged 90.
André-François Petit: a Passion for Surrealism
The Stéphane Petit estate sale boasts precious Surrealist works passed down from his father, providing an opportunity to pay tribute to a discrete…
The Credit Suisse Report on Collector's Items
The Credit Suisse Research Institute, the Swiss bank's research laboratory, has released a report carried out in collaboration with Deloitte Luxembourg,…
Art Market Overview: New York, No. 1 in the Marketplace for Collectors
According to the New York Art Market Report , a study carried out by Clare McAndrew published on November 18, New York remains the epicenter of the…
A Paris Collector’s Very Chinese Tastes
Heeding René Grog’s advice, in the 1960s a Frenchman collected Chinese artworks that went against the grain, especially imperial porcelain.
A discovery & record for Lazzaro Bastiani
The Venetian artist’s Madonna was eagerly anticipated, due to its unprecedented nature and, quite simply, its beauty.
Hollywood Arensberg: Avant-Garde Collecting in Midcentury L.A.
We spoke with Mark Nelson, William H. Sherman, and Ellen Hoobler, the authors of the recent book Hollywood Arensberg: Avant-Garde Collecting in Midcentury…
Hollywood Arensberg: Retracing the Life of a Singular Collection
A new book, published by the Getty Research Institute, reconstructs the Los Angeles home of Louise and Walter Arensberg, offering an intimate portrait…
Alain Servais and His Collection: A "Platonic" Relationship
The Belgian banker has been collecting art for art’s sake since the mid-1990s. Part of his collection is on display in his old Brussels loft twice…
Pierre Rosenberg the Collector
The collections of the leading art historian, which he recently donated to the Hauts-de-Seine département for the future Musée du Grand Siècle in Saint-Cloud,…
Marcel Sztejnberg: A Collection that Reads like an Encyclopedia of French Silverwork
This collection devotedly assembled over many years has a wealth of assets in terms of the range of pieces and jurisdictions, the legibility and identification…
2021 Opens with "Drouot Déco"
Artsy and the myth of Sisyphus
Jean Dunand and the Normandie: A Temple of Art Deco
Pierre Rosenberg the Collector
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25 January 2021 - 10:14
€133,350 for a Porcelain Milk Jug, Attributed to Charles-Nicolas Dodin at Drouot
25 January 2021 - 09:09
Portrait of Antoine Crozat Preempted by the Fabre Museum at Drouot
25 January 2021 - 08:06
Sold for 1.5 M€.! A Painting by Soulages that belonged to Senghor
25 January 2021 - 07:09
The Hotel Solvay, an Art Nouveau Jewel, Opens to the Public in Brussels.
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