Christie’s released its first half of 2022 results today. There were total sales of £3.3 billion or $4.1 billion in sales.
The usual suspects—Monet, Warhol and Picasso—dominated the overall market share for the May sales in New York. But when we segment the market into Impressionist & Modern, Post-War & Contemporary and 21st Century art, many more artists begin to appear center stage.
Detailed results from tonight's evening sale at Phillips including the monumental sale of Basquiat's Untitled from 1982, plus ultra contemporary stars Lauren Quin, Anna Weyant, and Shara Hughes.
A breakdown of the second half of the Macklowe Collection at Sotheby's plus need-to-know lots from Rothko to Koons and the state of global bidding
It's fun to guess who might spend $200 million—or much more—on Marilyn. But what impact will a new Warhol record have on the art market? LiveArt Market Monitor tries to answer the question.
The first quarter of the art market calendar lacks major sales but that doesn’t mean there isn’t plenty of action. Here are 17 artists to watch from Q1 sales performance.
Swann Auction Galleries semi-annual sale of African American art, an auction category pioneered by the house, totaled $3.6 million with 214 lots sold of the 241 lots offered. That total is a strong hammer ratio of 1.52—indicating strong interest from bidders—and a sell-through rate of 89%.
Clare McAndrew's annual report for UBS & Art Basel sees strong performance for auction houses and US market
London’s Winter auction cycle, the first market feedback of 2022, tells us that despite the deeply unsettled global economic environment the art market remains a place where a lot of money is being spent. With a few lots auctioned in Shanghai and the remaining 810 or so going on the block in London, the sales had a com
Just before her death last year at 96, her work reached a new high of $494,010. Two sales this week will tell the market more.