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PAD London: a good harvest
Art Basel 2018: still in!
What does the TEFAF report reveal about how galleries work?
$63.8 M for the art market
London: future prospects
As the panic over Brexit grows ever more frenetic, two London art fairs, ArtRooms and the London Art Fair, provide a glimpse of a more positive future.…
Auction houses: the year at a glance
FIAC lifts its exhibitors’ spirits
This year looked complicated for FIAC because "intermediary" galleries are dying in France in 2018. But foreign players who were questioned after the…
TEFAF Maastricht holds its own
Despite slightly lower attendance, the 2018 edition of TEFAF Maastricht was an upbeat experience for many art dealers.
Paris Photo: a decided success
Frieze plays the star in Los Angeles
Although many a fair (like Paris Photo from 2013 to 2015) has come a cropper there, the indomitable British Frieze, with its golden touch, has now…
2019: a vintage TEFAF in Maastricht
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…
Anders Petterson, the number cruncher
He is certainly, with Clare McAndrew, the person who has done the most for the recognition of data’s importance in the art world. An analysis, as the…
Art Brussels, fair weather in the aisles
Although facing competition from Berlin Gallery weekend and, to a lesser extent, Art Monte Carlo, the Brussels Fair closed its doors on a rather cheerful…
A Fair Share in New York
With the TEFAF gaining more and more momentum and "stealing" exhibitors from Frieze, and with 1-54 putting down ever-firmer roots, other fairs are…
Masterpiece 2019: ending the season on a high note
Many exhibitors at Masterpiece, the last international fair before the summer break, are likely to go on holiday with a song in their hearts.
Unseen 2019: good vibes on the Amstel
Half-fair, half-festival, Unseen has been a favourite with new photography lovers since its inception. In 2019, how is the event viewed now that it…
Deloitte publishes 6th Art & Finance Report
At a conference in Monaco last week, Deloitte's Art & Finance group unveiled the sixth edition of its report on art as a financial asset.
Cologne Fine Art: a successful new-look edition
Under the leadership of Daniel Hug, the COFAD had a decidedly more colourful feel in this late autumn period. After fifty years, Cologne Fine Art may…
Can Taipei Dangdai compete with Art Basel on the Eastern front?
Unrest in Hong Kong benefits the new Taiwanese fair, which has strengthened its ambition and, with around 100 high-end galleries, is becoming a key…
Zona Maco: a beacon of art in Latin America
The 14 th edition of the Mexican fair took place from 5 to 9 February in the country's capital. Despite a tough economic context, high-quality exhibitors…
The Art Market 2020: a bit of a mixed bag
Despite a certain rebound, the art market has been seesawing between happy surprises and severe slumps. This is what emerges from the (fascinating)…
The Art Basel report on the impact of Covid-19
The art market is known to be particularly sensitive to the global economic and social context. Galleries are known to have suffered from the health…
Art Paris: an unexpected success
This 22 nd edition will go down as a red-letter day, when the event's weak point, in being essentially a French affair, became a strength in the context…
Artprice: analyzing 20 years of contemporary art
The French database attests to contemporary art’s encroachment on the auction market over two decades.
Small Fairs in Paris: A Determined Resistance
Despite the cancelation of the FIAC , several Paris fairs were held in the capital between October 15 and 25. While not always successful in terms…
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…
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…
With a Digital Miami, Art Basel Achieves Sales
The 2020 international trade fair season is ending on a positive note, achieving a slew of sales with the digital edition of Art Basel Miami Beach,…
Fine Arts Paris 2020: "Online Only"
After four years of brisk growth, Fine Arts Paris , like other fairs, went online due to Covid-19. Here is an assessment.
2021 Opens with "Drouot Déco"
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Jean Dunand and the Normandie: A Temple of Art Deco
Pierre Rosenberg the Collector
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