Pablo Picasso’s 1932 painting “Femme à la montre” sold for more than $139 million earlier this month at a Sotheby’s New York auction.
Jussi Pylkkännen declares “what a night for Christie’s and what night for the art market!”
Frieze London 2023 presented a captivating mix of artistry, from the safe bets to daring presentations that stirred conversations.
Sotheby’s recently won the bid to present the astounding collection of American Art Collector Emily Fisher Landau who recently passed away at the age of 102. She is revered as an icon for her patronage of the arts and the gift her collection is to coming generations.
The blankets of haze that have settled over the Northeastern United States this year have had both an air of apocalyptic doom, as well as the poetic beauty of filtered light, hearkening to our love of artists who capturing delicate light.
Across the auction houses the effects of inflation, low inventory, and world changes were felt. Collectors continue to pay top dollar for high performing artists, but the overall temperature has cooled on speculative buying. With master works being rare as they migrate to museums and collectors who plan to hold for many years, there were…
Art Basel 2023 offered a glimpse into the current state of the art market, offering valuable insights for discerning art collectors.
Christie’s Contemporary Art sale showcased a vibrant market for women artists, signaling a growing preference for fresh voices and perspectives.
There is much to explore in the intersection of creativity and artificial intelligence, comparing AI art with Human art is a great place to start.
Art Basel’s 2023 Hong Kong show celebrates 10-year anniversary and brisk sales across all levels of the market.