No Brexit fear at London auctions!
Overall solid results dismiss speculations that UK art market would be badly affected…will it last?!?
It’s already joyous Spring time for the international art market!
Following on the results of the Impressionist & Modern Art auction, March wrapped up a highly successful week for Contemporary Art as well. Results were even more impressive, showing how the international art market is in full recovery – at least for the above segments – after a string of depressing outcomes marking most of […]
TEFAF Maastricht 2018 – our video with the fair highlights
Being now a consolidated tradition, please have a look at our latest video showcasing some of the highlights included in the 2018 edition of TEFAF, The European Fine Art Fair, which took place in Maastricht (Holland) from March 9th to 18th.
Picasso is still the man to beat…
If you were of the impression that heavy snow and Siberian weather conditions or financial turmoil can stop the appetite of big collectors, well think twice… Last week the Impressionist & Modern Art evening sales put on display by the big auction houses in London managed to amass an overall £285m (with fees). No records […]
Impressionist/Modern & Post War/Contemporary Art frenzy in NYC – May 2017
New York was once more the ideal scenario of a pyrotechnic series of auctions which in the end wrapped up a new memorable week for the global art market.
Modern & Contemporary Art in Milan – Christie’s & Sotheby’s auctions
The international auction calendar recently stopped in Milan, where Christie’s first and then Sotheby’s put together their respective two-day sales, entirely dedicated to 20th Century Italian art. In both cases, and as it has become customary since the introduction of the new themed format a few years ago, the efforts of the local teams produced […]
Impressionist and Modern Art & Surrealist Art Evening Auctions, London – Christie’s on February 28th, Sotheby’s on March 1st and Bonhams on 2nd
As part of the changes in the international calendar undertaken by the major auction houses (changes initially led by Christie’s, with Sotheby’s and Bonhams ‘forced’ to adapt their schedule accordingly), earlier this week London hosted a series of high-profile sales, focussing on Impressionism, Modern Art and Surrealism.
Impressionist & Modern Art evening auctions, NYC – Sotheby’s on November 14th and Christie’s on November 16th
If a reassuring response to the gloomy performances of the past few months – globally speaking and across several categories – and to the more recent uncertainties risen after the US presidential campaign was expected from the international art market, this definitely arrived and did not leave the (anxious?) expectations of many unattended.