Month: May 2021

In detail: How Young Money is changing the art market in Hong Kong

Sotheby’s senior auctioneer Ian McGinlay drew the attention of the sparsely populated downtown Hong Kong room, calling “Going once.” I go there twice! before slaughtering his hammer on “Sheng Shi Xue” by Franco-Chinese artist Chu Teh-Chun. After more than 70 bids and more than 20 minutes of deadlocked bidding, thunderous applause resounded in the auction […]

Pollsters betray green values ​​by participating in NFT art sale

MLS plans to enter the world of non-fungible tokens this weekend, with two live art battles taking place on Friday afternoon – one between artists representing the Timbers and Galaxy, and the other between artists representing the Sounders and Atlanta United. The resulting digital artworks will then be auctioned off as NFTs. Whatever you think […]

Mansfield Rising: City Council to Discuss Creation of Public Art Commission | News

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$ 103 million. Picasso leads Christie’s new 20th century art auction – ARTnews.com

Christie’s follow-up to its new 21st century art sale, which grossed $ 211 million on Tuesday, was a slightly larger 20th century art auction with 50 lots and a pre-sale estimate of over 345. millions of dollars. Covering works made between 1880 and 1980, the auction totaled $ 481.1 million, with just one lot unsold. […]

The Recorder – After a successful fall season, Makers and Art Market in Shelburne Falls returns for a spring event

Posted: 7/5/2021 15:20:20 PM SHELBURNE FALLS – Following a successful fall 2020 season, the outdoor Makers and Art Market located at The Mill in Shelburne Falls will be back on Saturday, May 15. Held from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., the market will feature works of artisans and resident artists in the wood, glass, pottery, […]

Working and traveling in Europe – support for the visual arts, the art market and museums

This checklist is designed for museum professionals, artists (or those involved in art trade or exhibition) who wish to work, travel between art fairs or visit an EU country, the Switzerland, Norway, Iceland or Liechtenstein. Further information and support is available through the Export Helpdesk, accessible online or by calling the hotline on 0300 303 […]

Can the London art market rebound?

Excerpt from the May 2021 issue of Apollo. Preview and subscribe here. With fairs canceled and galleries closed over the past year, London’s art market is a shadow of its former self. Will the city experience high attendance again, or are virtual viewings and dwindling sales here to stay? Below, art dealers Stephen Ongpin and […]

How the Chinese art market embraced NFTs

Despite China’s readiness for new technology, which encompasses the ubiquitous use of QR code, mobile payment, and live streaming, cryptocurrencies remain a gray area in the Chinese regulatory environment. In 2017, China ruled crypto-based fundraising processes involving initial coin offerings (or ICOs) illegal, and crypto-related companies have been operating on tiptoes ever since. But in […]

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