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Wednesday, September 28, 2016

Features

25 Most Collectible Conceptual Artists

by Art+Auction • For Art+Auction’s annual list of most-collectible artists in the market now, the focus was on conceptualists. In the introduction to the series, which Blouinartinfo.com will be posting installments of throughout the week, the editors describe the meaning of conceptual art and what factors went in to selecting this year’s list.
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Art Fairs

Healthy Sales but Less Chest Thumping at Expo Chicago

by Judd Tully • In the midst of a growing perception of a softening global art market, the fifth Expo Chicago art fair, held at that city’s lakefront Navy Pier from September 22 to 25, realized a fair number of sales among the 145 exhibiting dealers.
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Art Fairs

Highlights of Christie’s 2016 London Frieze Week Sales

by Nicholas Forrest • Christie’s will present three major auctions in London this October to coincide with the 2016 Frieze London and Frieze Masters fairs, held from October 6 through the 9. They include the Leslie Waddington Collection; a postwar, contemporary, and Italian art evening sale; and a postwar and contemporary art day sale.
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Auctions

New Porsche 911 R May Fetch $390,000 at Bonhams

by Mark Beech • On October 7 in Belgium, Bonhams offers a brand-new, 2016 Porsche. The first of its kind to come to auction, it is one of only 991 examples made and is supremely rare to come across.
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News

Auctions Transformed as Millennials Buying Online Overtake Traditional Buyers, Barnebys Says

by Mark Beech • According to a report released by Barnebys, new young entrants into the art market are worth more than traditional wealthy clients. It is another sign that the auction industry is being transformed by Millennials, the majority of whom are bidding online, according to their research.
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