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Art Basel Sales Report, London Auction Week Previews, and More

Art Market News and Analysis
Wednesday, June 15, 2016

Art Fairs

Sales Report: Art Basel 47 Gives No Cause for Concern

by Judd Tully • Despite premonitions of a faltering art market, the fair opened to a long line of VIPs who quickly scooped up a broad range of offerings.


Design Sales: Mid-Century European Continues to Lead

by Jana Perkovic • Jean Royère and Ingrid Donat were the star performers in the latest design auctions in New York, on June 8 at Christie’s and June 9 at Phillips. The strong sales results indicate that mid-century European design continues to lead in the category’s market.


London Auctions Preview, Part 1: Sotheby's June 21 Impressionist & Modern Sale

by Judd Tully, Art+Auction • The first installment in a multi-part series that gives a sneak peak of what to expect at London's upcoming June auctions, beginning with Sotheby's Imp/mod sale, along with graphic analyses of artist records.


London Auctions Preview, Part 2: Christie's June 22 Impressionist & Modern Sale

by Judd Tully, Art+Auction • Part 2 of the ongoing series exploring London's June auction week; here, Christie's Imp/mod highlights with graphic analyses.


John Rubeli: Of Artists and Repertoires

by Michael Slenske, Art+Auction • Los Angeles-based Rubeli, the former vice president of A&R at Atlantic Records and current label manager for Chop Shop Records, gives a tour of his personal art collection, which includes pieces by artists such as Mark Ryden, Sharon Lockhart, and KAWS.


Christie’s Sells The Cullinan Dream for $25.4M, Verdura Buys Back 1935 Cuff Bracelet

by Michelle Tay • Nine of the top 10 lots at Christie’s Magnificent Jewels and the Cullinan Dream sale, held in New York on June 9, were diamonds; another prize was a cuff bracelet made by Duke Fulco di Verdura, circa 1935.

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