If you are a dealer, artist, collector, auctioneer or adviser OR
………………………if you are selling or buying art this year then this offer will be of interest to you.
The renowned London-based art market research provider ArtTactic has been in operation for over a dozen years and their research is used by funds and major collectors like the Rubell family. This summer it has combined with Art Radar, the art news and trends site to create a special summer time-limited offer for you.
But it is only up until the 13th August. So be sure to act now.
Here are the details:
If you buy one of the following reports by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org you can choose any other absolutely free PLUS you can also receive the China Auction Analysis report as an extra bonus.
That is three reports for the price of the cheapest. This is an enormous discount on the usual prices – a great way to try out the ArtTactic research service cheaply.
How will you benefit….?
Knowledge is power. Well the Rothschilds certainly thought so – did you know that they valued the power of fast reliable information so highly that they developed their own privately-owned system of horseback couriers which raced back from various corners of the world to bring them information first… they built a fortune using this information.
Knowledge is just as powerful today. Knowledge of the art market can benefit you in profound ways too.
You are going to learn QUICKLY in an easily digestible format, what the market is doing and this will help you
- Set prices for art – feel more confident about whether to adjust prices up or down. You will know the most up to date information about how confident buyers are which helps you to know whether it is time to raise or discount prices
- Negotiate better – you will have up to date facts to support your negotiating position when buying or selling art– by knowing important changes and trends for example whether your section of the market is trending up or down sharply or flattening off – you can justify your price more convincingly helping you to squeeze extra profits from a transaction.
- Gain valuable knowledge “at a glance” – although it has taken substantial resources for ArtTactic to collate the data and their considerable experience to analyse it, it is brought to you in easy-to-digest format of simple-to-read graphs and highlighted facts and headings saving you time and energy.
- Advise others better – your new understanding and insights will give you knowledge useful for advisory work
- Network and attract valuable contacts – clients, curators, collectors will naturally come to you to hear your valuable expertise and will refer others to you as someone who has reliable trustworthy insights.
- Maximise profits – by understanding where the market is and where it is heading you will be able to know when to raise or lower prices helping you to make sure that you don’t miss out on a sale by over-pricing or miss out on profits by under-pricing. You will have relevant information at your fingertips helping you set prices which will maximize profits.
SELECT ONE BELOW AND GET ONE FREE
Here are reports you can choose from. Simply choose one report and select another for free. Email email@example.com by 13 August with your selection and you will receive the latest “China Auction Analysis” absolutely free.
Contemporary Design Report – July 2010 – For the first time, ArtTactic offers an overview of the contemporary design sector. ArtTactic also presents its ArtTactic Contemporary Design Index, which will track the performance in the Contemporary Design market going forward. The report includes specific analysis of both the auction market for Marc Newson and Ron Arad. 13 pages GBP75
Middle Eastern Art Market Report 2010 – June 2010 – This in-depth report offers the reader an overview of the main art markets in the region. It includes overall auction market analysis, trends for the region, as well as analysis for the individual regional markets. 16 pages – only GBP75
Indian Auction Analysis – June 2010 – An analysis of the Indian Summer Auctions which included the very successful FN Souza Estate sale at Christie’s. Average auction prices for Modern Indian art, exceeds the pre-crisis level. – Covers Christies, Sothebys and Saffronart, 4 pages, GBP37.50
London Auction Analysis – June 2010 – None of the three auction houses reached their low estimates. A sign that the market it levelling out. The market uncertainty highlighted in our Confidence Survey (see below) is putting a lid on the market. Christies, Sothebys, Philips de Pury – 5 pages GBP37.50
US & European Confidence Survey – June 2010 – This survey shows a market that continues its recovery, but at a slower pace. The respondents are nervous about the economic outlook. This makes interesting reading as it was published the day before the London Contemporary sales. Content:– Price-Segment Analysis- Risk & Speculation Barometer- ArtTactic® Four-Quarant Sentiment Evaluation- Artist Confidence Indicator (Short-term Outlook)- Individual Artist Confidence Indicators- Artist Longevity Indicator (Long-term Outlook)- Artist Rankings June 2010
Artists Confidence Indicators & Survival Ratings included in the report: Contemporary Artists: Andreas Gursky, Bill Viola, Cindy Sherman, Damien Hirst, Elisabeth Peyton, Franz Ackermann, Glenn Brown, Jake & Dinos Chapmans, Jeff Koons, Jeff Wall, Kai Althoff, Luc Tuymans, Marlene Dumas, Matthew Barney, Maurizio Cattelan, Mike Kelley, Neo Rauch, Olafur Eliasson, Paul McCarthy, Peter Doig, Richard Prince, Rosemarie Trockel, Takashi Murakami, William Kentridge, John Baldessari, David Salle, Fischli & Weiss, Cecily Brown, George Condo, Franz West, Gerhard Richter, Gilbert & George, Anish Kapoor, Vik Muniz, Chris Ofili, Yoshitomo Nara, Sol Le Witt, Dan Flavin, Ellsworth Kelly, Robert Rauschenberg, Luican Freud, Keith Haring, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Piero Manzoni, Cy Twombly, Yves Klein, Donald Judd, Anselm Kiefer, Willem de Kooning, Mark Rothko, Tom Wesselmann, Joan Mitchell, Roy Lichtenstein, Philip Guston, Robert Smithson, Francis Bacon, John Chamberlain, Clyfford Still, Andy Warhol, Hans Hofmann, Claes Oldenburg, Joseph Buys, Alexander Calder, Lee Krasner, Jean Dubuffet, George Segal, Robert Indiana 9 pages – only GBP 75
New York Auction Analysis – May 2010 – The auction houses went to sale hoping to emulate the strong results of the London sales in February. The results were indeed positive and this report analyses the sales in detail. – 5 pages – GBP25
Auction Analysis – Christie’s HK, May 2010 – Christie’s Asian Contemporary and Chinese 20th Century sales confirmed that the market has moved from a period of recovery to a market that has started to experience strong pick-up in demand and accelerating growth.3 pages GBP25
Indian Art Market Confidence Survey – May 2010 – This report provides unique analysis of many aspects of the Indian Market, including market sentiment, individual artist market confidence and probability of survival and the market’s view on speculation and risk. Market and Artist confidence and survival ratings
F.N.Souza, M.F.Husain, Ram Kumar, S.H.Raza, Akbar Padamsee, Himmat Shah, Jogen Chowdhury,Arpita Singh, Krishen Khanna, Rameshwar Broota, KG Subramanyan, Vasudeo S. Gaitonde, Zarina Hashmi, Tyeb Mehta, Anju Dodiya, Atul Dodiya, Shibu Natesan, Sudarshan Shetty, Ravinder Reddy, Nataraj Sharma, Surendran Nair, Subodh Gupta, Bharti Kher, Jitish Kallat, Thukral & Tagra, Rashid Rana, N.S. Harsha, T.V. Santhosh, Justin Ponmany, Riyas Komu, Nasreen Mohammedi, Bhupen Kakkar, Chitra Ganesh, Dayanita Singh, A. Balasubramaniam. 9 pages just GBP75
Chinese Auction Analysis – April 2010 – The Chinese art market continues to recover. This report analyses the Sotheby’s Hong Kong sales in April 3 pages GBP25
Turkish Auction Analysis – April 2010 – Sotheby’s has carved out a niche for Contemporary Turkish art. This is an analysis of their second Contemporary Turkish sale in April 2010. 2 pages – GBP25
BRIC: Auction Analysis – April 2010 – This is the first time ArtTactic reviewed one of Phillips de Pury’s themed sales. The auction results and analysis make an interesting comparison, and says a lot about the state of these individual markets. 5 pages – only GBP 25
Indian Auction Analysis – March 2010 – Overall the Indian art market has started to recover, but the recovery was fuelled almost entirely by Modern Indian artworks. This report delves into the polarised Indian art market. 5 pages GBP25
Chinese Art Market Update – March 2010 – The report includes the first analysis of Chinese domestic auction houses. Other aspects of the report include an overview of the Contemporary Chinese Art Market, ArtTactic Confidence analysis and overall trends both in the secondary market and the overall market. 10 pages only GBP75
Auction Analysis – London February 2010 – The first contemporary art auctions of 2010 yielded results so strong that one may be mistaken that it was 2007. This report charts the successful rebound in the US and European Contemporary market in the beginning of 2010. 5 pages GBP37.50
Art Market Outlook 2010 – February 2010 – In this new report, ArtTactic looks at global modern and contemporary art market trends in US and Europe, India, China, Middle-East, Latin America and Russia for 2010. 8 pages GBP75
Art Radar has known Anders Petterson at ArtTactic since our inception two years ago. We have read the work of his team on many occasions and we are pleased to endorse the high quality of the ArtTactic research.
Buy now – time limited special offer
HOW TO BUY…….
Simply choose one report and select another for free. Email firstname.lastname@example.org with your selection. Remember that if you email by 13 August your selection email@example.com you will receive a third report – the latest China auction analysis – absolutely free.
PS…….this might suit you more……. if you are already convinced and don’t need the try-out offer above why not just sign up for the full package. For just GBP395 per year you will receive all the reports above, all reports produced over the next 12 months AND full access to all reports in the archive.
To feel confident that you are on top of the latest developments in the market in the most efficient time-saving way email firstname.lastname@example.org now.