Olympic Sized Results for London Contemporary Art Auctions – artmarketblog.com The London round of contemporary art sales produced some fantastic results that suggest a strong market. Sotheby’s, Christie’s and Phillips de Pury all had great works on offer although most were by the same big names that appear in most major contemporary art sales. Still, [...]
The Coming Out of Private Art Sales – artmarketblog.com As I am writing this post I receive an email from Bonhams with the headline “BONHAMS OFFERS UNIQUE 17th CENTURY “MUGHAL MIRROR DIAMOND” NECKLACE FOR PRIVATE SALE – NECKLACE HAS ASKING PRICE OF US $20 MILLION”. According to the email “One of the most important and [...]
Contemporary Art Market Karma at Phillips de Pury Pt. 3 – artmarketblog.com My last two posts, parts one and two of ‘Contemporary Art Market Karma at Phillips de Pury’, provided an insight into the way auction house Phillips de Pury approach the contemporary art market niche that they have chosen to pursue. With this post, [...]
On the 3rd of June auction house Phillips de Pury held their third ever sale of Modern and Contemporary Editions in New York after achieving good results for both auctions dedicated to Modern and Contemporary Editions in 2008.