06 Nov Art Market News and Realized Prices (5/11/2019): Tefaf 2019, Doris Salcedo, Fall auction sales in the Spanish market
Short news and previews and views about the art market and art auctions.
Tefaf New York (Fall Edition) In its autumnal edition, between November 1-5, more than 90 companies from the Art World, antiques and design exhibited in the Armory “museum quality” pieces, decorative arts as well as jewelry, manuscripts, books and much more. The main difference with previous editions was the commitment to “cross collecting”: or juxtapose works of antiquity with contemporary ones.
Doris Salcedo won the Nomura Art Prize
The Colombian artist Doris Salcedo has won the inaugural $1m Nomura Art Award, the largest cash prize for contemporary art in the world. In comparison, this year’s UK Turner Prize winner, due to be announced 3 December, will receive £25,000; the French artist Éric Baudelaire won €35,000 earlier this month after bagging the Prix Marcel Duchamp, France’s biggest art prize. (See more at The Art Newspaper)
Spanish Art Auctions Preview
Next auction dates of the Madrid house will be on November 5, 6 and 7 and the catalog is already published
Sala Retiro (Online Only Art & Jewellery Auction). Bids ends November 7th. See catalog here
Original Poster Barcelona (14th November). More info and bids: Original Poster Barcelona
Preview International Auctions
Lefebre (Colombia) Art Auction. November 27th. See Catalog