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Art & Art Market

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Art Market Overview: Adrian Ghenie Rocks the Salerooms

Ten years after his first work was sold at auction, Romanian artist Adrian Ghenie (1977) is rising to the top of the contemporary art market. Things are looking up for Adrian Ghenie, who earned $24 million at auction in just six months this year, placing him 51st in Artprice’s 2021...

M is for Mother-of-Pearl

In the sixth century, its iridescent nuances were already enlivening the mosaics at Ravenna’s Basilica of Saint Apollonia. Fragile and long inimitable, mother-of-pearl, also known as nacre, was used as a precious material to decorate cabinets of curiosities, jewelry and even garments....

Binoche et Giquello Present a Giant Triceratops Called Big John

Thrusting out its emblematic skirted skull and sharp horns, this fearsomeTriceratops is coming to Paris, where its unusual size is sure to cause a stir. The impressive Triceratops Horridus skull sold at Binoche et Giquello  (€177,800) on March 7, 2017, is still a fresh memory. This...

An International Rare Book Fair: Beautiful Books on the Champ-de-Mars, in Paris

In association with objets d’art experts, the 33rd Paris Rare Book Fair promises to whet our curiosity—a welcome antidote to the ongoing health crisis. For the second consecutive year, Covid-19 has compelled the Paris Rare Book Fair (Salon du Livre Rare) to open in September. This time, it is...

Nazy Vassegh: Reinventing the Traditional Art Fair with Eye of the Collector

We spoke to Nazy Vassegh in advance of the opening of the inaugural Eye of the Collector at the historic Two Temple Place in the middle of London. From auction house to advisor to art fair CEO, she has created a new model for collectors, where the artworks take center stage. What were the reasons...

Chanel in the Age of Art Deco

The famous French luxury brand returns to its classics, with a jewelry collection inspired by the year 1932. A pair of 18 ct white-gold contemporary earrings featuring three round-cut diamonds in a closed setting with ornate filaments, signed and numbered by Chanel , will be up for sale...

Art Paris Is First In Line

Art Paris is opening the art fair season in France, attracting a rising number of galleries. Art Paris will be the first art fair at the Grand Palais Ephémère on the Champ de Mars with features stunning views of the Eiffel Tower. Wilmotte & Associates designed the spectacular building,...

Rethinking Art History with Rembrandt Specialist Ernst van de Wetering

Ernst van de Wetering’s death at 83 is one piece of sad news in a summer that unfortunately had many. “A monument of art history" is what Old Masters consultant Étienne Bréton calls Ernst van de Wetering, who spent nearly half a century studying Rembrandt ’s work. Gunnar Heydenreich, who, with...

Parcours des Mondes Celebrates Its 20th Anniversary in Paris

An open-air art fair dedicated to Non-Western arts, which has become a major event since its creation in 2002, Parcours des Mondes is celebrating its 20th anniversary, and is as eagerly awaited as ever by art lovers seeking gems unearthed by galleries. Despite the Delta variant, a...

Paris: A September Jammed Packed with Art Fairs and Shows

September will be packed with an unprecedented concentration of fairs and shows, starting with Art Basel, whose parent event has been postponed until late September. Paris is no exception. The 23rd Art Paris  fair will kill two birds with one stone: inaugurating the 'Pop-Up' Grand...
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