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Georgia O’Keeffe's 'Jimson Weed' sells for $44,4 million - Sotheby's has sold Georgia O’Keeffe's 'Jimson Weed/White Flower No. 1' for $44,405,000 – more than three times the previous world auction record for any female artist...


Warhol leads contemporary art sales, November 2014 - Andy Warhol was the star at Christie's $852,9 million auction on November 12, 2014, with his 'Triple Elvis [Ferus Type]' and 'Four Marlons' selling for $81,9 million and...


$101 million Giacometti tops Sotheby's auction - Sotheby's auction of Impressionist & Modern Art in New York on 4 November 2014 totalled $422.1 million / £263.9 million, highlighted by Giacometti's 'Chariot', sold...


Historic sale of Latin American Art at Sotheby’s - On 24 November 2014 Sotheby’s New York will present the most important collection of Latin American Art ever to appear at auction with 'A Vision Of Grandeur...


Sotheby's to sell Turner's 'Rome, from Mount Aventine' - 'Rome, from Mount Aventine' -one of the last great Turner masterpieces remaining in private hands- will be the highlight of Sotheby’s London Evening sale of...




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Giacomentti - Chariot

Alberto Giacomentti: "Chariot"
Sold for $101 Million / £63.1 Million
Sotheby's New York, November 2014



Art Auctions

Art auctions are the most thrilling battlefield for the Art market. Art auctions attract thousands of buyers every year, as prices range from a few hundreds dollars for ceramics or prints, to the $120 million paid for a Munch in May 2012.

But Art auctions could be also a good way either to discover previously unknown artists or to know a bit more about the masters. In fact, the most important auctions houses often exhibit a selection of artworks that is comparable to the most important exhibitions held by the most respected Art museums.

The two most important auction houses in the world are Sotheby's (founded 1744) and Christie's (founded 1766), both having offices in Europe, America, Asia and Australia. Today, Sotheby's and Christie's control more than 90% of the world's art auctions.



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Art Market 2012ART AUCTIONS 2012 REVIEW - Highlighted by Edvard Munch's The Scream, which sold for a record $120 million at Sotheby's. Also, two works by Rothko... - read more

Art Market 2011ART AUCTIONS 2011 REVIEW - A brief review of the Art market for year 2011. Highlighted by Chinese Art, the art auctions season featured several masterworks... - read more

Art Market 2010ART AUCTIONS 2010 REVIEW - Highlighted by Picasso and Giacometti, the art auctions season featured several surprising antiquities and a few... - read more

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