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The performance of art in 2012 and 2013. ArtTactic’s and Mei Moses’ analysis

posted by on 2013.02.23, under Art Market Report
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How is the art market in 2013 going to be? The analysis of English research institute ArtTactic and American economists Mei Moses in comparison. Read the article on ArtEconomy24, the issue about the art market of Italian financial newspaper Il Sole 24 ORE.

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Come sarà il mercato dell’arte nel 2013? Le analisi dell’istituto di ricerca inglese ArtTactic e degli economisti americani Mei Moses a confronto. Leggi l’articolo su ArtEconomy24, Il Sole 24 ORE.

Brazil’s Art Market

posted by on 2013.01.05, under Art Market Report
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The special issue about the Brazilian art market by ArtEconomy24-Il Sole 24 ORE is out today.

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L’approfondimento sul mercato dell’arte in Brasile di ArtEconomy24-Il Sole 24 ORE è in edicola oggi.

2012 in review: Influential art market columnists

posted by on 2012.12.26, under Art Market Report
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My personal impressions of the year 2012 in the art world on Artprice.com.

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Le mie impressioni dell’anno 2012 nel mondo dell’arte su Artprice.com.

 

Basquiat dominates the market

posted by on 2012.10.20, under Art Market Report
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French institute Artprice has published the latest report about the market for contemporary art in 2011-12. Jean-Michel Basquiat dominates the market, with an auction turnover of €79,9 million, which is the same amount as the top ten European artists together. More data and information are collected in my commentary on ArtEconomy24.IlSole24ORE.com.

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L’istituto francese Artprice ha pubblicato l’ultimo report sul mercato dell’arte contemporanea nel 2011-12. Jean-Michel Basquiat domina il mercato con un fatturato all’asta pari a 79,9 milioni di euro, la stessa cifra dei dieci artisti top europei insieme. Ulteriori dati e informazioni sono raccolti nel mio commento su ArtEconomy24.IlSole24ORE.com.

 

 

Australian art market

posted by on 2012.09.01, under Art Market Report
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The Australian art market was not on holiday in August. An in-depth analysis by ArtEconomy24 reports about the last sale of Important Australian Art at Sotheby’s Australia, featuring also an interview with Simon Mordant, collector and commissioner of the Australian  Pavilion at the next Venice Biennial, and with Anna Schwartz, prominent art dealer in Melbourne. Today at the newsstand with Il Sole 24 ORE (PDF on request, Italian only).

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Oggi in edicola con Il Sole 24 ORE, l’approfondimento di ArtEconomy24 sul mercato dell’arte australiana, con un’intervista a Simon Mordant, collezionista e commissario del Padiglione australiano alla prossima Biennale di Venezia, e ad Anna Schwartz, storica gallerista di Melbourne (PDF su richiesta).

 

Focus Lebanon

posted by on 2012.06.05, under Art Market Report, Collecting art
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In the last years Lebanese art has experienced a growing exposure at the international level. Artists like Walid Raad and Akram Zaatari have been exhibiting in international institutions; Zaatari, for example, will have a solo show at MoMA next year. Also emergent artists like Ayman Baalbaki (1975) and Tagreed Darghouth (1979) have seen their prices growing exponentially. A Baalbaki’s painting of 2 x 1.5 m that used to cost €10,000 to €12,000 three years ago, now costs €45,000, and there is a waiting list to acquire his works.

For the June issue of ArtEconomy24-Il Sole 24 ORE, which is entirely dedicated to the Lebanese art market, I have interviewed London-based curator and art dealer Rose Issa; Beirut-based art dealer Saleh M. Barakat, founder of Agial Art Gallery; Christie’s Dubai Specialist Hala Khayat; and Beirut-based collectors Johnny e Nadine Mokbel. Pdf on request (Italian only).

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Negli ultimi anni l’arte libanese ha vissuto una crescente esposizione internazionale. Artisti come Walid Raad e Akram Zaatari sono stati esposti in istituzioni internazionali; Zaatari, per esempio, avrà una personale al MoMA l’anno prossimo. Anche artisti emergenti come Ayman Baalbaki (1975) e Tagreed Darghouth (1979) hanno visto i loro prezzi salire in modo esponenziale. Un dipinto di Baalbaki di 2 x 1,5 metri che tre anni fa costava 10mila-12mila euro, ora costa 45mila euro, e c’è una lista d’attesa per acquistare i suoi lavori.

Per il numero di ArtEconomy24-Il Sole 24 ORE di giugno, che è interamente dedicato al mercato dell’arte libanese, ho intervistato Rose Issa, curatrice e gallerista di Londra; Saleh M. Barakat, gallerista di Beirut e fondatore della Agial Art Gallery; Hala Khayat, specialista da Christie’s a Dubai; e Johnny e Nadine Mokbel, collezionisti di Beirut. Pdf su richiesta.

The primary market and the “Bricks and Clicks” strategy

posted by on 2011.08.20, under Art Market Report, Galleries
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According to the first report on the primary market, written by Clare McAndrew and published by the gallery association CINOA, the winning strategy for the gallery of the future is the so-called “Bricks and Clicks” strategy, which combines offline and online presence. My commentary on the report was published today in Il Sole 24 ORE – ArtEconomy24 (Pdf on request).

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Secondo il primo report sul mercato dell’arte primario, scritto da Clare McAndrew e pubblicato dall’associazione di gallerie CINOA, la strategie vincente per le gallerie è la cosiddetta strategia “Bricks and Clicks” (mattoni e click), che unisce contatto diretto e presenza online. Il mio commento sul report è stato pubblicato oggi su Il Sole 24 ORE – ArtEconomy24 (Pdf su richiesta).

Economic uncertainty affects the art market

posted by on 2011.08.06, under Art Market Report
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Economic uncertainty in Europe and US could stop the growth of the global art market. On the basis of the US & European Contemporary Art Market Confidence Survey by ArtTactic of July 2011, my article analyzes the development of the art market in the first semester of the year. Published today in Il Sole 24 ORE – ArtEconomy24 (Pdf on request).

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