1. Alle Posts mit dem Tag "art market"

  2. Arts Conference in Luxembourg

    We’re delighted to to be a sponsor of the annual Deloitte Art & Finance Conference in picturesque Luxembourg. Happening on September 18 this year, the conference takes place in a different major cultural city annually. Covering a range of topics, from the Tax aspects of the Luxembourg Freeport to the transformation of the global art market, we’re excited to be in attendance again this year. 

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  3. We asked 20 women in the art world, "Is the art world biased?"

    Here’s what they said.

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  4. Now that Leon Black’s art publishing business Phaidon has absorbed online art seller Artspace: Time for some honest talk about the untested business models of online art sellers.

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  5. Sotheby’s, eBay, and the online art market: Is the junger generation comfortable with spending large amounts of money online? 

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  6. Berlin’s Fine Art Conference

    Artfi – The Fine Art & Finance Conference, is coming to art world hot spot Berlin on September 17. Don’t miss your chance to be part of this year’s global art market gathering.

    The conference is part of the Berlin Art Week, seven days full of incredible art events in the coolest city in the world, so it’s definitely a reason to join us!

    Register now

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  7. "When people who come here and want to make an investment, I send them to the bank. That’s not my profession.”
    Legendary gallerist Yvon Lambert slammed the speculative art market and bemoaned art advisors’ ever-larger roles within the market in an interview.

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  8. Is this the end of an era? Sotheby’s and eBay are launching a new online partnership to make the historic auction house’s offerings available to a much wider web-based public..

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  9. London, New York, Dubai, Hong Kong .. what are the “ingredients” necessary to turn a city into a global art hub—one which nurtures and serves a homegrown scene as well as attract the international jet set?

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  10. Not A Bubble

    By Hendrik Hansson, Follow the author on Twitter @hendrikhansson

    Recently, a sale of postwar and contemporary art at Christie’s New York generated a sum of $744 million, with many pieces selling substantially over their high estimate. Two Andy Warhol works sold for over $100 million, an incredible $30 million more than the high estimate; this included White Marilyn, 1962 a portrait completed shortly after the actresses death. Barnett Newman’s Black Fire I sold for $84.2 million, a record that almost doubled his previous best auction result.

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  11. Who are the most influential women of the European art world? 

    Take a look 

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  12. If Don Draper were an art collector, what would he buy?

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  13. Art World Jailbirds

    Art dealer Mary Boon’s illegal gun possession, billionaire collector Peter Brandt’s tax violations, Knoedler Gallery’s $80 Million forgery scandal .. 

    We recall 13 top art world figures who did time for crime 

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  14. The art world on Instagram - this week’s best-of. 

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  15. The top 25 women in the art world, from Dasha Zhukova to Yoko Ono

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  16. The top 25 women in the art world, from Dasha Zhukova to Yoko Ono

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