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Market Analysis | 31 August 2017

Mapping the Murakami Market

A Reevaluation of the Japanese Artist Is Underway

 

By Joe Dunning, director at AAP

An avatar for the art world boom-time, the Japanese artist Takashi Murakami is closely connected…

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Other Insights | 6 July 2017

Hello, Dollar

The Greatest American Object in Art History

By Felix Salmon, senior editor at Fusion

I have never spent as much time in an art exhibition as I did at…

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Podcast | 18 April 2017

Episode 6: Hypercapitalization, with Gavin Brown and Allan Schwartzman

By Charlotte Burns, editor of In Other Words

For the sixth episode of “In Other Words”, we welcome Gavin Brown, who founded his…

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Market Analysis | 28 February 2017

Part of the Furniture?

Richard Artschwager’s Work Is Seriously Undervalued

By Meredith Kirk, director of collections development at AAP

Critically appreciated yet commercially undervalued, “people have never known what to do with Richard Artschwager”,…

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Market Analysis | 14 February 2017

20 Postwar Artists Who Deserve Greater Recognition

Some Are Obscure, Others Are Known—but All Should Be More Celebrated

By Allan Schwartzman, co-founder of AAP & chairman of Sotheby's Global Fine Arts

The art market is both well-ordered and strange, having become so efficient over the past…

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Market Analysis | 31 January 2017

The German Miracle

Critics Love Sigmar Polke, but the Market Remains Confused

By Charlotte Burns, editor of In Other Words

Sigmar Polke (1941-2010) is one of the great artists of the 20th century, yet his…

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