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Once again, Artprice is changing the way the art market functions by launching free and paid dashboards and indexes as of September 2, 2014

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Now, within seconds, a buyer or seller using a smartphone, phablet, tablet or pc can access graphic displays of an artist's price index, the number of works sold per year, his/her annual auction turnover, his unsold rate, the geographic distribution of his sales per country, per price segment or per artistic medium, not to mention an array of more advanced options.

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Global auction market: figures for first half of 2014

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Global total turnover for the art auction market stood at USD 7.1 billion (excluding fees) after the first six months of 2014. This figure represents a new record for the art market and is a billion more than for the same period a year earlier (H1 2013), and 5.2 billion more than 10 years earlier. So the art auction market has grown 17% in one year and 275% in a decade!

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The Top Ten Nudes

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Friday is Top day! Every other Friday, Artprice publishes a theme-based auction ranking. This week: the top ten bids for nudes.

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Art is not always expensive

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Nowadays, competition is very much a part of the art market; the major auction houses compete, countries compete to remain or became the global market’s key poles, and artists compete with each other for the limelight and the best results. Hand in hand with this competition, There is intense marketing, the impact of fashions, and hyper-media exposure for certain artists. So where does this leave art prices?

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Flash News: Sarkis in Venice - Gold in Miami - Franck Gerhy

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Every fortnight, Artprice provides a short round up of art market news: Sarkis in Venice - Gold in Miami - Franck Gerhy

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Focus on Hans Bellmer

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When Hitler came to power, the German artist Hans BELLMER (born March 13, 1902 in Katowice, [part of the then German Federal Empire] and died February 23, 1975 in Paris) engaged in a subversive process that aimed to undermine the myth of anatomical perfection extolled by the Third Reich. He dismembered the body of his doll and rebuilt it in incongruous combinations that evoked a feeling of “uncanny strangeness” described by Freud.

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The Top Ten Duos

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Friday is Top day! Every other Friday, Artprice publishes a theme-based auction ranking. This week: the top ten auction results for artistic duos.

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Focus on Yayoi Kusama

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The work of the Japanese queen of polka dots, who is now 85, has never been so much in demand. Yayoi Kusama is in fact the most expensive living female artist in the world, and the third highest ranked Japanese artist behind Takashi Murakami and Tsuguharu Fujita. Born in Matsumoto (Nagano) in 1929, Yayoi Kusama has managed to promote her eccentric and psychedelic universe all over the world.

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Christopher Wool - an explosive market

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$23.5 million for the canvas Apocalypse Now in November 2013 and $21 million for If You in May 2014, Christopher WOOL is today one of the essential signatures in Contemporary art sales, on the same level as Jeff KOONS and Gerhard RICHTER.

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Flash news: Jeff Koons - Takashi Murakami - Sigmar Polke

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Every fortnight, Artprice provides a short round up of art market news: Jeff Koons – Takashi Murakami - Sigmar Polke

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