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The 2016 TEFAF Art Market Report, South Asian Art at Sotheby's, and More



2016 TEFAF Art Market Report Shows US Increase, Global Drop

by Nicholas Forrest • The statistics reveal the emergence of a polarized market in 2015 dominated by sales of the very highest levels in the Postwar and Contemporary and Modern art sectors. The report also reveals that the Chinese market experienced a significant decline.

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Modern and Contemporary South Asian Art at Sotheby's on March 15

by Liza Muhlfeld • More than 100 lots will be sold, including works by leading Indian artists, such as Francis Newton Souza, George Keyt, Nandalal Bose, and Jamini Roy. The sale will be led by a monumental painting by Vasudeo S. Gaitonde: “Untitled,” 1960.


Maison & Objet Asia: A Luxury Supermarket for Developers and Designers

by Sonia Kolesnikov-Jessop • While its well-established Paris sister fair is primarily catering to distributors and retailers, the Singapore fair is looking to attract the attention of property developers, architects, and interior designers, offering them “ideas and solutions, as well as a networking platform,” says Regina Chan, M&O’s Asia-Pacific director.


African American Fine Art at Swann Auction Galleries on April 7

by Liza Muhlfeld • Swann Auction Galleries in New York will feature an array of works by modern and contemporary artists of the category, including Norman Lewis, Carrie Mae Weems, Ernie Barnes, and others.


National Spotlight: State of the Art Scene in South Korea

by Art+Auction • In a multi-part series, various prominent art market players talk to Art+Auction about recent developments in their respective regions. Here, we spotlight Youn-Seok Chey, managing director of Seoul Auction.


Bonhams to Hold First-Ever Sale of Lebanese Modern Art

by Nicholas Forrest • According to Bonhams, the works in the sale provide a comprehensive account of Lebanon’s artistic heritage from turn-of-the-century works by artists such as Daoud Corm, Khalil Saleeby, and Kahlil Gibran to works by modern masters such as Saloua Choucair and Etel Adnan.

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